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Sladesurfers various cooling Method

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by sladesurfer, Aug 25, 2007.

  1. sladesurfer

    sladesurfer New Member

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    Sladesurfers various cases and cooling Method

    Cooler master centurion 5 case

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    Antec Solo case

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    Hiper Anubis case

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    Lian li look alike case

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    Damn bro I swear you are insane when it comes to builds. Can you post the case/psu/fan count also?
     
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    Im adding more pics from previous build including a lian li v1200 with TEC cooled by quad heater core from a while back :)
     
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    You, my friend, are a beast.:respect:
     
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    i hate you for making it so clean inside. grrrrrrr
     
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    You are a:pimp: :respect:
     
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    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    TK has noting on you!!!!
     
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    some sweet stuff! if you can ask. hows that OCZ cooler for the ram? I need to get one for my ram, but need to know...
     
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    The ram cooler is kinda loud. I suggest just getting a 80mm or 120mm fan :)
     
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    The corsair version isn't that noisy, granted it doesn't look as cool as the OCZ 2-fan version, but it does a great job IMO. If you are going with a black theme, you should give one of them a shot!

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    This man is the master of cable management.
     
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    I think i pretty much tried every cooling solution (air,water,TEC and phase). Wait, i havent tired cascade or LN2 or water chiller :shadedshu
     
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    woow,these are insanely clean inside..Congrats!!I'm making my new rig and I'm hoping to coe closer to you with it.(Hopefully)
     
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    I second it.
     
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    Right now im working on the antec 900 :rockout:
     
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    Cool, then you can show us some tips and tricks to that case! I don't think I did too horribly with mine, but it's definately not up to your standards! But as-far-as airflow, I'm not worried about the cables there. I look forward to that build! I enjoy my 900, granted I know a lot of people have em' now, but they're a great Air Cooling case.

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    *Jawdrop*

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    Kurash... don't kill antec but slade's going to have it easy. Antec updated the 900 to have cable management holes...

    This thread makes me cry :cry:.

    *Wishes he spent a bit more on a P5K-E WIFI*
     
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    respect! :respect: sladesurfer
     
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    I have the older version of the 900. No holes but its ok ;)
     
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    whats that thing on top?
     
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    tec cooler.. right?
     
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    Thats the waterchill xternal cooler that i bought 2 years ago :) Really good performer

    Nah, just regular water cooler
     
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    all right... it still looks awesome!
     

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