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

  1. erocker

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    Honestly, with new cards coming at the end of the year, I don't think I'm going to bother putting the 2nd card under water unless I can find a really good deal on a block. New pump is on the way for my CPU. :)
     
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    Nice nice :toast:
     
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    Im pretty sure I saw one of those on FrozenCPU last night. I think.

    EDIT: Nevermind, it was the DCII blocks.
     
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  5. Vario

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    I am undervolting the shit out of this xeon. I am down to .888v (-.14 offset) and its still passing IBT on very high.

    edit: finally crashed at -.190v off set, got to the 3rd loop of standard IBT and rebooted.

    I am running -.165v offset 20 loops of IBT Max. I think if it passes that I am golden.
     
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    did you not read any previous posts?
     
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    is it easy to watercool ur pc? I always wanted to do it, but would only use air cooler in case of bracket leakage. I think if I considerded the first time I would pay somooen to do it so Its under warranty and I can have peace of mind. and then if that build worked out after say 3-6 months then I could easily do it myself, but what do you think?
     
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    de.das.dude Pro Indian Modder

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    looks like water cooling people should add smoke detectors to their things to put in XD


    not sure how PCBs can warp from thermal stress XD
     
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    Went to Best Buy today for some DVDs and walked away with a reference GTX 660ti.
    I have to say that I am completely impressed by the packaging of the card. The black and green box was just so attractive I couldnt resist.
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  11. MT Alex

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    A couple money shots now that I finished my sleeving, although it looks like I'll have to work on my hdd fan, those stick out like a sore thumb. I put it in as an experiment, but it works so well it became permanent.


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    Good point.
     
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    **Updated**

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    super duper clean build!

    i cant wait for ma new case tomorrow, i have no angled fittings and non matching fittings but im going to put together a mock-up to see what i need and play with my new cpu
     
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    recieved the Hawk finished the 3rd rig
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    the 140mm Tt on the IFX-14 is a temporary solution till my retailer get what i wait for :rolleyes: (not that the IFX need fan to cool a Calisto Phenom II X2 511 59w...)
     
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    Thanks. It's what all the cool kids are using these days:laugh:
     
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    Almost time to clean for dust again :p
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    Prodigy had been sitting empty for a while, went ahead and put some hardware into it for s&g's. Selling it unless I find a good reason to keep it around- maybe if I find a cheap 660 to play around with.

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    Nice rig:toast:
     
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    thats a sexy little box
     
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    White and black theme with minimally visible cables ftw
     
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  24. Vario

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    Cleaned up my PhenomII
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    Temp reduction of 4*C on the CPU, must have helped a lot :)

    The drive cage in the PhenomII's Antec 300 Two case was cut out a few months ago to accomodate an H100i. I added back a silverstone brand drive cage that screws into the front panel's fan screws along with some zip tie reinforcements.

    I cleaned the dust off the front filters after that photo above.

    Really starting to think of the 300 as a "little" pc because I am so used to my cosmos now LOL
     
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    hurr de durrp.

    been priming my case. first cleaned it with scotch brite + turbentine oil. cleaning and scruffinin one step.

    then primed the old way. with a brush.
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    no thats not piss/booze, thats turpentine oil XD
     

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