Guru3D Rig of the Month - January 2012

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  1. Guru3D News

    Guru3D News Ancient Guru

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    Each month here at Guru3D.com we feature one of you guys your PC your DIY project. It is quite honestly amazing how much detail and dedication you put into an PC and every now and then it really shows....

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  2. xtremegamer

    xtremegamer Guest

    Wow Superb.........
     
  3. RavenMaster

    RavenMaster Maha Guru

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    That's ugly as hell
     
  4. ScoobyDooby

    ScoobyDooby Ancient Guru

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    .. to each their own..

    its not the most attractive system ive seen but the work is impecable.

    definitely deserving of rig of the month!
     

  5. automaticman

    automaticman Master Guru

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    The copper tubing really gives it a clean look, and even the wires behind the motherboard try are nice and tidy. I can barely close the panel on the backside of my case with all the wires stuffed back there.

    I'm gonna take a shot at a couple translations here:


    Holy crap my rig is heavy after I put all that copper piping in! Also, I bent all those pipes myself using hand tools.
    [FONT=verdana,geneva]

    [/FONT]I'm don't think he really understood the question here.[FONT=verdana,geneva]
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    I lit the PC by cutting an interesting design into the front panel. Then I attached an acrylic panel to the back of the front plate and edge lit it using an LED strip to let the light shine through the front panel. I didn't want it to end up too gaudy.
     
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  6. Sutura

    Sutura Master Guru

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    Automaticman, my therory is someone else wrote the answers. They seem to me as written from a third-person perspective. Or Google translate. But that's not the point. The Rig has a look no doubt, and he gets away with an OCZ 128gb, well now he change his 128+64+HDD configuration to 3xSSD :D
     
  7. automaticman

    automaticman Master Guru

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    Oh yeah, Hilbert stated in the beginning that it seemed like he had used a translation program so they went through and made sense of what they could. A couple of answers seemed to stump Hilbert so I threw in my take on what I think the winner was trying to say.
     
  8. BLEH!

    BLEH! Ancient Guru

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    Rig looks nice, if English being a little incomprehensible at times :p
     
  9. Mikedogg

    Mikedogg Banned

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    NASA wants their computer back!
     
  10. Zer0K3wL

    Zer0K3wL Banned

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    i swear if seen that before somewhere previous year....
     

  11. FULMTL

    FULMTL Ancient Guru

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    With the side panel on, I thought it was an mITX build from the first pic. I was like kawaii!(o^_^o)
    Well looks good, but the lighting is kinda bright on the right side.
     
  12. The_Fool

    The_Fool Maha Guru

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    Half the time the guy says "he" instead of "I" like someone else wrote part of the responses. Or, it could have happened during translation if he spoke another language. Interesting computer, though.
     
  13. TheDeeGee

    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    It's not bad, but the lack of a fan or 2 bothers me. Even with watercooling isn't "some" airflow always needed for components like Memory and specially some parts of the Motherboard?
     
  14. PhazeDelta1

    PhazeDelta1 Ancient Guru

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    ive seen worse, but congrats nontheless.
     
  15. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Okay, to each and everyone with a negative comment here .. show me your rigs, submit and actually enter the competiton -- I dare ya :nerd:
     

  16. [Drazio]

    [Drazio] Master Guru

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    Everyone has their own taste, but you have to admit, that takes quite a bit of skill nonetheless.

    Sleeving PSU wires, water cooling and bending angles in pipes.

    Hell, I just install the parts into my case and forget about it..

    [​IMG]
     
  17. CronoGraal

    CronoGraal Ancient Guru

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    although his english is...special...the computer looks great.
     
  18. phill1978

    phill1978 Master Guru

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    no front usb 3.0 ?
     
  19. Badelhas

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    One of the craziest setups / answers in Rig Of The Month ever! ;)
    Props to guru3d for not trying to change is sentences, its funnier like this.

    Cheers,
    Andre
     
  20. Aquinus

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    Very nice looking build, good english isn't required... but for a build this nice, understanding what he really wanted to say could have been nice. :bang:

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    Depending on where the openings are and how many of them there are, just the fan on the PSU could move enough air to cool the motherboard, but just one small one if the case is build correctly should be all that would be needed to take the ambient heat away. I would be more concerned about the memory than anything else.
     
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