Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
Sure, except the fingers...it eats them!
Thats what you get for going AIO.
Go Custom or GO HOME!!!
What Da fuq is a Choco Moon?
Same thing as coco puffs, just a knock off brand
I finally got around to installing the new mounting hardware the Thermaltake rep sent me...
And the after...
My case has seen better days lol.
I also cleaned out the dust while I was at it. Between the two, the cpu now runs about 10F cooler. The cpu is a Phenom II X4 920 overclocked to 3.2ghz. Right now its running the cpu client for Folding@home and the temp is at 110F. According to CPUID Hardware Monitor, the fans are running at 50%.
I really wish phone cameras were better with lighting, and manual focus would be nice.
Which doms you got? Might want to trade you those doms for a kit of my doms
How old is that case? I really dig using old style cases for new builds. I have three rigs running in Cheiftec Dragons. And I will not change them. I will use these cases for as long as I possibly can.
:O Just had a nerdgasm
What a great idea for the mounting the h100 though. Never thought of something like that.
Just a bit of what I game with at night:
I have no idea exactly what model... last time I tried to find it I found a few cases that had parts of mine, same vents on one, same glass on another, same front on yet another... I guess mine is an oddball. I think its early 2000s. I got the thing from dumpster diving a while back, same place I got my 8800GT
oh and the side 80mm fan is actually on the outside of the case due to clearance issues with the cpu cooler. I prefer cases that have open fan ports, I'd rather use the metal grilles on the fans. Seems to be the best in terms of airflow, though dusting from time to time is needed. I had planned to get a 80x160mm rad for the back of the case and watercool the cpu but the cooler I have now just works so well I don't see the point atm.
I'll probably keep this case as long as I possibly can. I've got a few plans for it later on but for now I like it, and its fairly quiet considering I have eight 80mm fans in it lol
cereals xd from a discout named LIDL xd
so i posted a teaser of my L.O.P.R.(well, the psu is new....)
besides paint drying on the back panel(cables managed tho) i think im done....
keep in mind this is just for kiks....seeing if i could really combine 3x LCS pump/plates and the temps that ensued
the stats are a few posts back ( http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showpost.php?p=2741648&postcount=22031 )
the green came out grey"er" in the pics than it really is...its a much deeper satin green
:COMING SOON: Temp. results....o/cd bulldozer+560tisli
A) What video cards are those? Sparkle I presume, but why no purple?
B) What blocks are on them?
C) Why 3 separate 120mm rads?
I just remembered that 3Dmark11 is on steam. Going to buy it.
yeah I was going to say, those multiple radiaters are just restricting the flow.
lil background.....a lopr is an acronym for left over parts rig....i hit up a going out of buisness best buy and bought 2 h70s 2h60s and an antec 620 for just over $100....this rig is just me f'n around....
so the blocks are the pumps as well...1h70 and 1h60....and the 4 120mm rads.....its what i had laying around....
those cards are sparkle calibre edition 560ti...i haven't run them with water yet....but on air i had them up to 1042MHz(both) and hit P10400 on 3d11...
so im kinda exited
That grey fan capture my attention a republic of gamers fan sticker ? With Cooler Master Excalibur frame fan ?
While the lian li is down to have the loop redone using the techbench
I heard you like fans, So I put some fan in your fan?
The middlemost fans are hollow acting as shrouds removing the dead spot increasing performance. It's push/pull with the 255CFM fans@5v.
Yeah, I get all that, but at some point, you need more rad than you need more fan.
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