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temps are much much better. 52c while playing games. it used to get to about 68c with the 800d. ambient droppd abit too since theres now 2 intakes.










 
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Got bored and wanted to mock it up. I still plan to add the chipset block and get the rest of the loop in the case, but this is fine for now;)

 
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that 24pin is just stunning alongside that GB board imo

but that SLI bridge should be black instead:D
 

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I have a gold flexy one, just threw this one on to help with spacing. If you have a black one I'd gladly install it;)

and yes Crys1s Gamer did a very quality job on that 24-pin for me, well worth the price IMHO:D
 
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you just need this :p
 

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Even tho it is a simple solution, I dont see myself painting it.
 
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oh well :D

is that the UD7 or 6 your using there?

is it only the UD7 that has NF200 chip on it?
 

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UD7
my UD6 does not have the NF200, AFAIK the UD7 is the only one.
 

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I really like this and I'm not a fan or red. Looks really nice man! :toast:

Those are some great shots man! :cool: Keep'em coming!


Got bored and wanted to mock it up. I still plan to add the chipset block and get the rest of the loop in the case, but this is fine for now;)

http://img.techpowerup.org/100706/DSC03819.jpg
Keep up the work man!


Small upgrade, no components but just as worthy upgrade. The PC chair!



Upgraded from the wooden plank put together by geppetto himself.
 

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I really like this and I'm not a fan or red. Looks really nice man! :toast:



Those are some great shots man! :cool: Keep'em coming!




Keep up the work man!


Small upgrade, no components but just as worthy upgrade. The PC chair!

http://img.techpowerup.org/100707/102_1860.jpg

Upgraded from the wooden plank put together by geppetto himself.
Nice chair.;)

Chairs are as important as any other component, cause if your ass ain't comfortable...you're not gonna have a good time.:laugh:
 

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I love the deal staples offers. If you have one local, go plant ur bum in the chairs.

I got a nice chair last month, $200 and leather;) Plus they offer an unconditional warranty...for like $25 you can call a number is anything goes wrong in like 2 to 3 years. SO say the strut goes bad, or the chair begins to annoy you with squeeking, just call em up, they send a giftcard for the amount spent, less the waranty, and you go get a new chair. Plus you get to keep the old one and pass it on to someone with a worse chair than yours.
 
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I love my chair. Got it for free from a friend who got a $400 one that's constantly falling apart. Mine to this day only has wear and tear from my old desk, which some tape fixed in a jiffy. :D
 
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My cable management is always an improvement, but the end result is never that good, I'm blaming the DVD drive, I really need to get a SATA one. Man my PC was all over the place, both side panels were kept off, bottom front and the rear fans were off and the CPU fan was off, and still is. Later I might add it back and am going to put my cathodes back in. I can't wait to build a new rig later in the year.

Before:


After:
 

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Yeah man IDE kills cable management. However there are ways to make IDE cables look better :)
 
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My cable management is always an improvement, but the end result is never that good, I'm blaming the DVD drive, I really need to get a SATA one. Man my PC was all over the place, both side panels were kept off, bottom front and the rear fans were off and the CPU fan was off, and still is. Later I might add it back and am going to put my cathodes back in. I can't wait to build a new rig later in the year.

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WTF @ 24-pin placement on the mobo:eek:
 
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nice dave!! It looks really good.
Not really :p

Yeah man IDE kills cable management. However there are ways to make IDE cables look better :)
Yeah, I've seen sleeved IDE cables but I'm just gonna get a SATA drive as this drive acts dodgy sometimes.

WTF @ 24-pin placement on the mobo:eek:
What, the mobo or the cable going out the back? I figured since the wires at the back don't matter I'd just put it there :p
 
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Not really :p



Yeah, I've seen sleeved IDE cables but I'm just gonna get a SATA drive as this drive acts dodgy sometimes.



What, the mobo or the cable going out the back? I figured since the wires at the back don't matter I'd just put it there :p
I mean the placement on the motherboard is awkward since it's impossible to hide the cable this way. I like my 24-pins on the right side of the board.
 
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I mean the placement on the motherboard is awkward since it's impossible to hide the cable this way. I like my 24-pins on the right side of the board.
My last mobo was like that too. I think it's just older and cheaper mobos. It's also a pain in the ass because the CPU fan plug is between the 24-pin and video card so I have to take the video card out to plug it back in.
 

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I use an IDE DVD ROM drive to, but for me i have it tucked in the back of the case pretty good so you can't see it very much.

I personally don't see any point in getting my drive upgraded though, as i don't use it a whole lot(use steam for most of my games),and the speed doesn't bother me when i do use it.
 

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Davek how expensive is a SATA CD drive there?
 
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Davek how expensive is a SATA CD drive there?
The cheapest a SATA drive is €25.75. I'm gonna need a new drive for my new build anyway, my current one is too long and it would mean less parts to take from the secondary rig. Not too expensive but I'm not gonna pick one up until I'm buying something else.
 
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