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

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    Took my GPU out to clean out it's heatsink and figured I snap a photo afterwards. Used my Surefire G2LED for extra lighting in the bottom of my case.

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    For the most part. I need to redo the cable management a bit but I've been pretty lazy about it.
     
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    my Mini itx SB rig, 2500K and GTX570 oc :)

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    Got the cruncher out today and install 2x2GB Mushkin sticks!

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    Just got my new case coolermaster 690 II Advanced, just finished the cable management last night and card, waiting on second card!

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    I am thinking about switching to 3/8"-1/2" tubing, just because the larger tubing buries everything.
     
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    What case is that o_O I have never seen an ax1200 top mounted like that?
     
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    Inverted Cubitek Magic Cube. I had to make the PSU brackets to help offset the weight of the AX1200 (the paint isn't great, I know).
     
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    What are you running that requires that much power? You should edit your System Specs and make them viewable so everyone can see your system :)
     
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    Won't get its battery back until it's fully leak tested. Which means, after new tubing. ;)

    I don't require the power of the AX1200. It was bought with the future in mind. The loss of efficiency below 50% doesn't concern me that much, as the costs are minimal.

    I'm not happy with the PSU brackets. Got to make new ones. They just aren't appealing. The bare aluminum pumptop brackets are also going bye-bye. Already cut new ones from clear acrylic, just been lazy about swapping them.
     
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    Just some good spirited teasing, good to see you went right along with it. :D
    I typically don't plug the board in and just add a jumper to the 24-pin. I guess pulling the battery would accomplish the same thing:toast:
     
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    I use a neutered OCZ ModXtreme for loop testing, completely external. Pulling the battery is just a symptom of habitual paranoia.
     
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    im doing some mods on my rigg atm, going with white theme instead of black,sick of black everything ,im going to spray the windforce cooler cover white too just for the hell of it,may make my own front panel out of perspex some time too,heres a few pics anyhow.
     

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    ok,heres the case with the window fitted,the beginning of the project,waiting on fan controller this week,and a 140 ml +120 mil fans to come in post.
    i have an idea for a perspex front panel too,with an all white interior and exterior,
    i think its starting to look ok.will use clear coat for last coat but not until it cures better first,still i got a pretty even coat by hand,guess all those years building sculptures helps.
     

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    Slick setup, nice modding!
    So many wicked modded PCs in this thread.
     
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    got to have the old "hobbies" to stave of senility/alzheimers say what haha.:laugh:
     
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    Got my side mesh from Corsair today and added the 200mm fan on it.

    It helps my temps for both my GTX 480's at least.

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    That would be so much nice if Corsair added a mess filter in there too. That's really keeping me from moving from my HAF to the 600t.
     
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    thats a huge fan! what size is it? 200ml?
     
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    Just got my new Asus 570 today! ...and just in time for some BF3 woooohoooooo!:toast:

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