MY NEW DESK PC..feel free to comment

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October 5th 2010
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Key Features:
High Rated AMD CPU
System Specs:
  • these specs will be changing
  • PHENOM II X4 965 BE
  • ASUS M4A79T DELUXE
  • 8 GIG OCZ REAPER RAM
  • WIN 7 ULT 64
  • CUSTOM WATER COOLING "NO KIDDING"
  • G15 KEYBOARD
  • SIDEWINDER MOUSE
  • DVD BLUERAY LG DRIVE
  • DVD RW DRIVE
  • CUSTOM PLATE FOR POWER
  • CUSTOM SATA DOCK AND PLATE
  • CUSTOM SERVER POWER FAN SWITCH
  • EASYCALL DESKTOP AUDIO
JUST ORDERED PHENOM II X6 1090T,16 GIG OF GSKILLS RIPJAW RAM ,AND THE MOTHER OF ALL BOARDS ,ASUS CROSSHAIR IV EXTREME .
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23 Comments on MY NEW DESK PC..feel free to comment

#1
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Real cool man. :D
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#2
Fatal
10 out of 10. You had a real mess with all those towers the custom water cooling looks awesome. The mouse pad looks killer too. Fantastic job on your set up.
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#3
PromETHieus
Many Thanks
Fatal
10 out of 10. You had a real mess with all those towers the custom water cooling looks awesome. The mouse pad looks killer too. Fantastic job on your set up.
As the title states ,thankyou soo much for your comments ,it was a nightmare build ,had to design it as i worked through it .
Another main reason for the build ,is we have a few children and i wanted to have my desk a bit neater so they wouldnt be tempted to end up like a messy person .

I tried to do the best i could with what i had ,i think the main function task has been completed ,as it is now running cooler than ever and looks better too .
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#4
MT Alex
Very creative, and well executed. I also love your garage door :)

10/10 on the build. But for goodness sakes, why the lack of a good gpu? That's a kick in the old bread basket.
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#5
PromETHieus
he he ...lol ...for the gpu dig
MT Alex
Very creative, and well executed. I also love your garage door :)

10/10 on the build. But for goodness sakes, why the lack of a good gpu? That's a kick in the old bread basket.
I absolutely love the 4870 x2 i have 2 of them and with the new gear i have just ordered it will be a great system ....i did like your message tho ..thankyou .
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#6
MT Alex
Those are nice cards. Sorry, I didn't see them listed, and I'm pretty sure I would have noticed those hulks in your build pictures.
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#7
PromETHieus
i had a 8800 gts in there at the start when i was triyng out system ,then i stuck in the first 4870 x2 then the second i run 2 of them and the 88oo gts it will also be nice in the new board ,it will have the new lucid hydra chip in there for that reason .
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#8
cadaveca
My name is Dave
Fantastic job. I only gave you 9/10 though, because of a lack of fangrills to protect little fingers. ;)
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#9
mlee49
Wish there was a build log for this one, very nice!
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#10
PromETHieus
fan grills
cadaveca
Fantastic job. I only gave you 9/10 though, because of a lack of fangrills to protect little fingers. ;)
They are to be added ,since the ones i want are 15 pound each ,there are 21 fans on the desk ,realistically i only need 12 i still have to wait to order them .
I have 5 children and they are all very sensible ,our youngest was born at 24 weeks weighing 1 lb 6 ozs ,,you can see his story at www.seanstory.com .
So we are very careful about who goes near the pc ,also the pc is in a separate room .
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#11
cadaveca
My name is Dave
I've got 4 kids myself...2nd child @ 2 pushed one pc off a desk and killed it, but in the 5 years since then, haven't had any issues at all with them touching stuff...but they are bascially always in the same room as I am...if not me, than with my wife.

Much respect for dealing with what must have been a very emotional experience with your youngest.

That's a big cost for fangrills....
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#12
Mindweaver
Moderato®™
Very nice! 9/10! I only give it a nine because your build clearly needs eyefinity! :toast:
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#14
Completely Bonkers
PromETHieus

Congratulations on a dedicated build. Not "my thing" but good nonetheless 7/10

Congratulations doing this while being a busy and dedicated dad 8/10

Congratulations to you and your wife bringing Sean home a lot stronger, healthier and happier than his first weeks. Good luck to him that he builds his strength without complications. 24wks is a miracle. 10/10
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#15
deleter2007
Well DOne. Real MOD. Vote 9/10. I think For better visual effect inside you should find more attractive material for shielding =)
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#16
PromETHieus
the foil ,was a suggestion from a friend and i was going to use copper foil.It is actually making a difference in keeping the airflow at a lower temp .
With 5 kids ,and having just ordered my new parts ,i think the kitchen foil has done me proud ..that is the main oldschool way of modding tho ,use what you can how you can and where you must....thankyou peeps one and all for the comments .
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#17
pentastar111
Wow man! We've a craftsman in our midst. 10/10
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#18
PromETHieus
Thankyou for your comments pentastar111,i love your colour coded bits ,great build .
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#19
aceofskys
nice build Paul Keep UP the good work

I guess you will have 2 nd place after Eric then
then you, then me for a while huh or till will gets his 6 core
working rite lol
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#21
jasper1605
This is the coolest idea I've ever seen. Great craftsmanship and I hope you don't mind me trying this in the coming years after med school is over! :)
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#23
tzitzibp
I too create wooden cases and I must say you did a great job from scratch!
9/10
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