Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
Your cable managing skills are about as bad as mine, don't feel bad
AND IT NEEDS MORE XIGMATEK!!!!! I will cry if you keep that stock cooler on the DFI board, it's too good of a clocker to have stock cooling
Fluoride is the chemical ion of Fluorine(F on the periodic table). And it's a negative charge which makes Fluoride-> F-
And nice build Pabloc74 love that True Sittin Sidewayz
but my name is "Flyordie"...
Im surprised no one asked why a HDD is sitting at the bottom of the case. lolz.
Ahw wow, my bad I'm dislecsick at this hour. I just saw Fluoride not Flyordie...
heres my PC at the moment
well same as above, just more recent with UV green coolant
Project Log here: http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?t=82607
thanks my friend
Powered by Corsair, managed by DFI
Binge you got a DFI as well?
new ninja 2 cpu cooler came in!!
cant wait to put my rig into my CM690 maybe tommrow...
BTW binge sick dfi
Yeah, the power behind it is amazing. The multi-meter is rock solid.... no heat/TDP throttling. Stable. I'm glad DFI took their time making boards that would work.
yes i agree i just got a DFI and its the shit! wayy better than gigabyte in my opinion
I can't swear by the name, but they hit a home run with this board.
ya i plan on sticking with DFI for a while
Current setup. Getting a new desk soon. Also going to replace my Tuniq Tower with a XIGMATEK HDT-S1284EE and do some re-cabling. Will get some pics of the inside soon.
i get my DFI for my amd rig tomorrow , hopefully its as good!
you will love it what board you get?
^^hey man, that looks nice. UV green for the win
If only I had a desk as big as computertechy's, Id still have my H20 loop right now. *sigh* dont half miss getting temps of under 10 degrees C across all 4 cores.
shadow fold, slightly better cable management and its a winner, looks really clean.
lol, i would say a little more than slightly better. That thing is a mess, it would drive me crazy. You can hardly even see any wires in my PC.
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