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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. LifeOnMars

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    Here's a few of whats laying about at the moment :)

    A few older bits of hardware...
    939 Rig:
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    Socket A rigs:
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    Socket 939 rigs:
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    Some of my new and much awaited builds... Been waiting two years to finish these off, still not completed yet!! Awaiting more hardware sadly :( Hope you like the pics tho :)
    Something in the box....

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    Where will it go??
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    Oh but wait... I forgot to mention....

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    There's twins :)

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    Side by side...
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    As I said more to come and some are old pictures, I'll try and update as soon as I can for you :) I hope they are ok :)
     
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    Awesome stuff :rockout:
     
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    I'm hoping to get the two big ones tubed tomorrow and the DFI Nforce 4 finished as well, but after what happened today with testing the loop (stupid me for buying 1/2" tubing for 1/2" barbs rather than the 7/16" I normally use!) it popped off and went everywhere!! Glad I tested it as long as I did!! :)
     
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    get some zipties and put them on real tight over the tubing on the barb, or clamps.
     
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    And i thought I wasted a lot of money. God damn bro
     
  7. Lionheart

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    You crazy bro:eek::eek: Crazy good:laugh::toast::slap:

    Thats an epic setup you got there:rockout::rolleyes:
     
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    It doesn't get kind of loud.... it gets REALLY loud :roll:. But this is coming from an Antec 1200 user who had 2x reference 4890's inside em so I've heard louder ;).


    lol I will post one... so far for the unigine compilation thread I was only able to get 148FPS with a mild OC 880/1350 .. so it is scaling almost 100% for that benchmark anyway.
     
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    Finally done!
    Except cleaning, I now see... :slap:
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    Alas it works/moves more than I thought. Despite me being careful, there is now a fine line showing under top plate. :wtf:
    Should have followed first idea to make a tiny gap under plate, too late now.

    But next time! :D

    And who cares anyway when the thing is in it's final resting place? Here with my modified desk with "draft-shield":
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    Temps idle/load: cpu 31/52, gpu 30/47 according to CPUID HW Monitor. Amb. temp is +20.
    Measured running Heaven DX11 Benchmark 2.5.

    Radiator fans are only running 800 RPM and maybe these will have to be upgraded to some 1350 RPM, as I intend to OC the i7-930 to ~3.6 GHz and all cards to 825/1200MHz...
    When looking in CCC cards are now running 725/1000MHz as default 5970 speed.

    Great source! Thanks!
     
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    Beautiful! Hardcore components and a minimalist look. Nice rug too :cool:

    Are they the NZXT sleeved cable extensions? ;) Nice and clean in there.
     
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    Yes, all cables...;)
     
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    My forever changing setup and rig, I ended up buying a new LED monitor 27" which I am very pleased with and I also removed my reference 6950 in this picture.

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    Now, fix that stand and you'll be set!

    Can't keep stuff all natural

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    It's a Mac. The only thing I like is the rustic shelf. :laugh:

    Just kidding Don .... :toast:
     
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    I think it's quite a provocative picture; kind of an obscure representation of recycling/going green, or "minimalist while at one with nature". I like it.

    I reckon it needs a photo from a different angle to compliment it fully...
     
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    Every time Don posts Apple pics I want to make comments about gay porn...
     
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    I see societal subconcious emotional programming has worked.



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    i dont have windows on it just yet, got it yesterday

    but imo, you wont find anything like this anywhere with the same overall quality feel.

    i WILL build a new gaming rig soon, but for the moment ive just had it with building rigs

    and no, i wouldnt buy a dell or something because i was tired of building them

    i just wanted something that was nice, good looking, and easy to use.

    i can play cod4 on it with l4d and such, and that is all i play anyways

    and those of you who hate mac's probably havent used one for real yet ;)
     
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    I use the OS, I dont hate macs, it's just their hardware is an over priced joke, you can build twice the power for half the price, I dont hate the OS I have nothing against Unix. ;)
     
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    The only reasons I don't like them is because I haven't taken the time to get used to them; and I've fixed a few (hardware problems - not software) and didn't like the cramped insides.

    I hear that the most expensive part is the screen so I can't really say I hate them for the price anymore lol
     
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    You Mean Darwin.

    I know MAC OS is Unix/Linux, But to me which is better is just like Netscape vs Mozilla

    I prefer Unix/Linux and Mozilla...
     

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