Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
Smelt like nothing, didn't taste because of glycol in h100 Fluid.
Here is my PC, just cleaned it.
love that case!!
MustangGT2142 why you use three different fans ? This fuck up your color scheme !
You can wipe some of it off with a clean finger, then rub it on a plain white piece of paper. Should be able to tell at that point if it's watery or oil.
Trying some new paste
Must not have been water, otherwise it would have evaporated by now. I just tried that. Turned the paper a bit clear, which proves it should be oil.
Those pics are unnecessarily huge.
Actually there are five different fans, there is one is the front also. I know they aren't perfect, but they get the job done.
Most people post massive pictures on here for some reason.
I used GC-extreme a few years ago and got excellent results when compared to AS5 and MX-2. Good stuff!
I like the large res pics so I zoom in and check out the hidden details of other builds, especially cable management skills. Though I am usually browsing TPU at home on my 32" monitor. I could see big pic uploads being a pain when browsing from a phone or tablet.
I made the big mistake of opening this thread on the iPhone app, won't be doing that again....
sweet lawd of cleanliness
This is a shaky hand cheap phone photo of my machine
Gainward are probably my favourite GPU manufacturer
I have no complaints, although in my CoolerMaster Silencio 550 card with a blow out cooler would be a better choice. GPU and SSD are going to be my next upgrades.
SSD is a legit choice for upgrades, I owned 2 GTX 570's (gainward) and they were pretty baller. They're still running like champs in my friends machine at 975mhz core.
My XSPC RX240 kit got here today and I have a CM692 coming probably Wednesday or Thursday, so my 3930k rig is going to see a pretty big transformation come this weekend
Pics or it didn't happen
Did you go through NewEgg for the 20% discount on the case
P.S> Keep a close watch on all of the barb fittings.... from what I've heard they tend to loosen and leak fairly easily!
And my setup at my desk:
Wait, like, just spontaneously loosen? I didn't see that anywhere
I'll make sure to get them extra-tight with pliers.
Pics tomorrow--too busy tonight
And yes, case is from Newegg, $80 including shipping
I expect to have time on Thursday night to assemble the loop and do leak-testing, and then actually WC the system Friday afternoon.
Check the conclusion on this review:
Not sure if pliers will help... just be wary of the possibility and double/triple check for leaks
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