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[Case Gallery] *S939 // Aircooling* xnox202's rig

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  1. xnox202

    xnox202 New Member

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    Specs:
    AMD Opteron 146 (CAB2E 0640, Lapped)
    DFI Lanparty NF3 Ultra-D (C19-Bios)
    Powercolor ATI Radeon X1950PRO 256MB VGA AGP Card
    Corsair TwinXMS PC-3200PRO 2GB Kit
    2x Sony DVD-RAM 18x IDE-Optical Drive
    2x Maxtor Diamondmax 9 120GB SATA-HD Drive
    1x WD Caviar SE16 (16Mb Cache) 320GB IDE-HD Drive
    Enermax Liberty 500W Modular PSU
    Gigabyte G-Power Pro CPU Cooler (Lapped)
    Linksys PCI Wireless Card
    Vantec Nexus NX-305 F&L Controller
    Antec 900 Gaming Case

    Mods:
    Performed some drilling for cable management. Vantec Iceberg4 Pro mounted half-assed on chipset. Installed a copper heatsink over the Rialto Chip. Lapped the processor and heatsink. I guess that's it.

    UPDATE: New IDE Harddrive and RAM Update. Flashy LEDs from RAM, yeah.. kinda distract me for a moment. I'll get use to it. More updates to follow.
     
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  2. xnox202

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    Temps (Not overclocked, Lapped):

    Ambient: 28c
    AMD Opteron 146 @ 200x10 (1.40v):
    Idle: 31c
    Load: 42c

    Temps (Overclocked, Lapped):
    Ambient: 28c
    AMD Opteron 146 @ 260x10 (1.30v):
    Idle: 32c
    Load: 44c

    All with Gigabyte G-Power Cooler (Lapped) @ 2,200RPM.
     
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    Very nice. 9/10

    Great cable management, especially for that case. Great work.
     
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    Nice. 9/10 :)
     
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    What's in your pci slot under the video card? It looks like a stick of RAM, but I don't think it is. Nice set up though. 7.
     
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    You did a good job on the wire management. Antec900 is probably one of the hardest highend midtower cases to manage cables. You should remove that black tape and either get like rubber weather stripping or just round out the corners with a dremel and file it smooth.
    Other then that looks clean, organized and presentable
     
  8. xnox202

    xnox202 New Member

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    Thanks for the vote! ;)

    Hello. Well yeah, unfortunately I'm not sure where to get those. Probarbly at the hardware stores, yeah I'll look for it sometime soon. Thanks for the vote. I voted yours too. ;)

    Thanks for the vote. :p

    Wops, I forgot to mention that in my specs. It's actually my Linksys PCI Wireless card. Thanks for the vote too. :D

    Yeah, anyone has a Antec 900 knows how heck of the pain trying to hide the cables or make it look good. Actually I was considering to get another case, but well.. if I did, then this case would be a waste, so I didn't went to get for another one. I'll look out for the rubber strips once I go downtown or something. Thanks for your comments too :D
     
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    My HDD died today! ARGH.
     
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    Can you post pics of the back panel (other side panel) to see how the cables were routed?
     
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    will do on my next update, yeah? :D
     
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    Opty 146 FTW!
     
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