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looking very good!

nice and neat!
 
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I need to get some shots of my rig now, did a few things to it.


I cleaned up the wiring by the bottom towards the back of the case. I also removed my bottom intake fan. I put it inside the drive bays :D.

The front 140mm LED fan is now in front of the HDD cage between the cage and the reservoir, down low. I put a high flow 120mm intake in the front of the case where the 140mm was. Overall I think it looks much better and the airflow should be better.

I also finally routed my 24 pin PSU cable behind the reservoir :toast:
 
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I need to get some shots of my rig now, did a few things to it.


I cleaned up the wiring by the bottom towards the back of the case. I also removed my bottom intake fan. I put it inside the drive bays :D.

The front 140mm LED fan is now in front of the HDD cage between the cage and the reservoir, down low. I put a high flow 120mm intake in the front of the case where the 140mm was. Overall I think it looks much better and the airflow should be better.

I also finally routed my 24 pin PSU cable behind the reservoir :toast:


hurry up and post your pics then u human butt plug! :laugh::laugh::laugh:
 
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I can't imagine using an 8800GTS any longer.. What res you at? Because mine sucks balls at 1920x1080.
 
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Ah ok. I can see it doing well at that. Left 4 Dead struggles, I need to have the settings on medium. Stalker with any sort of dynamic lighting = fail. Plus you got the 640mb. I like the looks of the card and I can imagine it was a beast of a card for its time. I had Crossfire 2900XT's when these were out :laugh:
 
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Loving the sock as anti vibration device ha ha
 
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looks good pagalms :toast:
 
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lolers @ teh sock :D, sock mounted hdds is the way forward :D
my pc is just sitting in parts on my desk, dumped the case and sold it for my i7 fund :D
 

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kyle2020

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:eek:

Woop woop woop woop woop woop woop!

*mario mushroom growing sound* :D

Do want those little mushrooms.

Also, your 900 looks nice. :)
 

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:eek:

Woop woop woop woop woop woop woop!

*mario mushroom growing sound* :D

Do want those little mushrooms.

Also, your 900 looks nice. :)


Thanks so much!! :rockout:
 

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mines in the box right now:laugh:
i have an antec900 too.laying on its side.:rolleyes:

 
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I have been a lurker on here for a while and I am trying to get caught up on this thread. So far I am only on page 29 but a few things I have noticed-

1) Some of you have machines that cost more than I make in a month.

2) Wire management-either you have it or you don't, doesn't seem to be an inbetween.

3) The desk with the comp mounted inside was the best idea I believe I have ever seen.

4) Cyberdruid's post make me green with envy.

5) Most computer geeks seem to work better with messy rooms and unlimited quantities of Muntain Dew.

6) When I actually recieve my computer, friend ordered me one from cyberpower (don't laugh it's free) I will post pictures and ask tons of questions.

Alright, now I'm off to get back to my drooling.

Geo
 

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disregard the red sata cable that was temporary and is longer there
 
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1. Personally, my rig has been an ongoing upgrade, and has set me back nearly £2000 so far.

2. Your 100% correct - I have chronic OCD when it comes to cable management, I can spend 4 - 5 hours routing cables, it either looks neat or it doesnt, like you said, theres no inbetween.

3. Moonpigs desk mod is great, and a fantastic space saver too, Im jealous of that.

4.Cyber makes everyone envious :D

5. Looking forward to it! We are here to help, so ask as many questions as you'd like!
 
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I have been a lurker on here for a while and I am trying to get caught up on this thread. So far I am only on page 29 but a few things I have noticed-

1) Some of you have machines that cost more than I make in a month.

2) Wire management-either you have it or you don't, doesn't seem to be an inbetween.

3) The desk with the comp mounted inside was the best idea I believe I have ever seen.

4) Cyberdruid's post make me green with envy.

5) Most computer geeks seem to work better with messy rooms and unlimited quantities of Muntain Dew.

6) When I actually recieve my computer, friend ordered me one from cyberpower (don't laugh it's free) I will post pictures and ask tons of questions.

Alright, now I'm off to get back to my drooling.

Geo

1. Yup. Can't say I bought it in one month though :p
2. Well, I tend to be an in-between kind of guy. I tuck some wires in until I get fed up with it.
3. Undeniably so, yes :D
4. See 3.
5. Messy room, check. Mountain Dew, I'd probably have it if I could get it.
6. ETA? PICS! Specs?
 
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