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

  1. renq

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    Temp setup, just sold the Shinobi, searching for a new case ATM.
     
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    ouch looks like some bad flex on your video card. :( A previous poster put some LEGO blocks together to hold his up. You might want to consider this as an option. :)
     
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    Hi guys, very nice cases.

    here is mine. Enjoy

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    Would you like to test in what sense? Maybe in BF3 or games that use more memory you would do better.

    Not so dark, I have the light .... hehehe.
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    Thought I might post a picture of my machine in it's current state.
    comments and critique are welcome.
    Please excuse the phone images.
     

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    Here's the pics :)

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    I actually really like the blue, so I think I might have to see if I can source some lights or something.. I'm thinking of trying to get the two 120mm fans mounted somehow, but I'm not sure how.. I'd like to get the sides put on but with the Adaptec cards in the system and how hot they get without a fan I need something there to push air over it.. I might also try and invest in a ram fan as well like I have on the 762 build :)
    I've also managed to get the rig stable with less Vcore and VTT which I'm really pleased with :) Here's a pic:

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    But for now, its gaming time :D
     
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    Needs more fans.
     
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    I agree :D :lol:

    I don't know how many there are, but 2 quad rads and a triple, so that's 11, then two more on the side, one by the card, that's 14, one above the fan controller, 15 oh and one on the rear of the case, so that's 16.. Bloody hell :lol: :toast:

    Where do you think I need to put some more :D
     
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    Get an extra case just for your fans. :D

    sorry, kinda being a smart ass. :roll:
     
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    The atx mount holes on the right of atx boards line up with the mount holes on 80mm fansyou need to raid the hardwarestore for various bits though..otherwise go animal with cable ties...
    like the temp display readouts, clean PC
     
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    One of these on the top will be plenty :laugh: :roll:

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    j/k :D
     
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    I know I'm just playing along with ya :D :toast: Extra case eh?? Well I have no worries of it floating if I add any more fans in it.. Bloody thing weighs a sodding ton!! :roll:

    I would like to get the fans by the side of the Adaptec card and the GPU to be sleeved and threaded somewhere and even mounted, but I'm unsure how I could do it.. I might have to ask one of the guys I buy my water cooling bits from and see if he might be able to suggest something :D

    Cable ties aren't a problem :D :toast: I just don't know what it'll look like with 3 GPU's in there and another pump/res combo!! :roll:
     
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    Almost done with this. Just have a fan controller to solder in

    (just ignore the ant trap underneath)

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    Ants suck. Oh nice system.
     
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    No, it's not an extra case for the fans, it's a case made OUT of fans:

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    Yo Dawg!

    I heard you like case fans, so we made a case out of fans so you can case while you fan!!

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    FedEx lied, said it would be delivered today but then changed it to tomorrow.

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    aww my bad:(
     
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    I did a CPU upgrade. Moved from my 920 to a 970.

    Anyone know how good, bad, average the voltage is for this one? Voltage for the 24 multiplier is ~1.1v and as you can see voltage for single bin turbo is between 1.15 and 1.16.

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