March 15th 2009
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- Case: Thermaltake Armor+
- Mobo: EVGA Nforce 680i SLI
- CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo Quad Core Q6600 2.4ghz OC to 3.80Ghz
- GPU: EVGA Geforce 9800 GX2 1GB OCed
- RAM: Crucial Ballistix Tracer Black PC2 6400 DDR2 800 4GB OC to 1100mhz (5-5-5-15 2T)
- CPU & NB Cooling: Water Cooling [Swiftech GTZ, MCW30, Danger Den Black Ice Extreme 2 , Tygon 1/2", Danger Den Laing D5]
- GPU cooling: 2 x MCW60 plus ramsinks, Switftech 240mm rad.
- PSU: Cooler Master Real Power Pro1000
Custom Lightings - Case lights modded to be all red. Replaced all blue leds on the 230mm fan as well as the 2 front 120mm fans to red. Placed the front 140mm fan(with red n orange lights) on top where the tray was to suck out warm air. Placed a 4" cold cathode light in front beneath the Thermaltake flap above the drivebays. Black interior paint; Custom Watercooling setup for 9800GX2 - Reversed the cores of the GX2 so they face outward. Used 2 MCW60s to cool the GPUs and Ramsinks on Rams, mosfets and Bridge chipset. Succesful for a time being with temps around 35C each core. However, this became an unsuccesful setup due to the fact that the bridge chip had to be actively cooled otherwise it will keep hitting 110C and shuts off display. Custom mounted 240mm BIX2 rad on the outside using simply a cut out fan box. Another 240mm Swiftech rad inside. Flow goes: pump > CPU > outside Rad > Res > GPU1 > GPU2 > chipset > Interior Rad > Repeat
This is actually my 1 year old pc that I no longer have. Sold most of the parts n wat i still have i will use for a F@H PC. I just never had a chance to post up pics of it. Loved this PC but was F'ing way too heavy to carry around. My next PC will be an i7 rig. It's actually completed n running right now, i just need one final item n its all set. I believe u will love my upcoming i7 rig :) p.s. Most pics were taken after 4-5 months of use (thus the slightly dirty fans). The GPU setup was done around that time. All fans on rads are 120mm Ultra Kaze 3000rpm.