-=The Guru of 3D rig gallery rev.2 Part 5=-

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by John, Feb 16, 2009.

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  1. Jonny Manc

    Jonny Manc Ancient Guru

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    Hi and welcome Dave

    Looks nice mate, tidy too!!

    Any upgrade plans?
     
  2. scoter man1

    scoter man1 Ancient Guru

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    Dave, sorry to say. That case looks sweet, but it must be killing your airflow. You might want to think about a different case with some really good airflow. Just my 2 cents.
     
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  4. LedHed

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    sounds like a bunch of retards wrote their website:

    people that count the PSU as an exhaust fan make me wonder and the whole site is written by someone who barely can speak English.
     

  5. Flopster

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    Well, you know it's the usual bull**** that people write to sell their product:p

    Like writing about ultimate performance in latest games on a box of 8600GT:D My 8600GTS got written "for professional graphics" on the box:D

    I just wanted to know if you good people had any dealings with the company's cases that's all. I didn't wanna start a new thread...
     
  6. Infiniti3D

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    Those cases dont fit my needs in therms of space. A link on the page say's find chassis by size, wich brings up 6 Midi Towers and noting else:)
     
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    That's the thing, they only have 6 midi cases:roll:
     
  8. dave5000

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    Thx a lot for ur comments! :)

    i know that my case is killing the airflow but i live in Venezuela and everything is expensive here so im buying things in miami so i can go and bring them to my country and a case is too big to bring it xD

    I already bought:
    Core i7 920
    OCZ Platinum 6GB (3x2GB)

    i was planning to buy:
    Evga X58 3 way sli
    And maybe a cpu cooler like cooler master v8 or one that guys can recommend me.

    What do u guys think?
     
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  9. LedHed

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    a CPU cooler or GPU cooler honestly won't be nearly as effective as good air flow.
     
  10. Jonny Manc

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    I think you should make use of those empty fan placements in your case.....I am sure I see at least one at the front and one at the back....thats gonna help the airflow some.
     

  11. dave5000

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    i bought 2 120mm fans to improve the airflow, and i was wondering if the stock cooler is enough for the cpu or should i buy another better?
     
  12. LedHed

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    stock cooler is good enough for stock clock speeds, if you OC you'll probably want to upgrade. (Some people do OC on stock though)
     
  13. scoter man1

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    I'd get a non stock cooler. Even if you dont o/c it keeps it alot cooler. I guess it doesnt really matter that much tho. I would get a non stock tho because theres no point in not overclocking if you can.
     
  14. LedHed

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    yea I mean I managed 24C (Idle) on my Tuniq Tower 120 ($40)
     
  15. .:JeeBus:.

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    INTRODUCING MY NEW RIG

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    SHES A BEAUTY AIN'T SHE?
     

  16. ElementalDragon

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    hmm.... you happen to find that on the one Gizmodo news article?
     
  17. .:JeeBus:.

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    it was one of todays posts actually :p
     
  18. ElementalDragon

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    Pretty sure it was yesterday.... seeing as i remember seeing it last night (i.e. Friday night)
     
  19. FULMTL

    FULMTL Ancient Guru

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    went to MicroCenter to get some Scythe Wing heatspreaders for my RAM because I have cheaper DDR3 Patriot Signature (value RAM). Was only $7 for the heatspreaders :D

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    So shiny!

    It came with some extra thick thermal padding to use if you had one sided RAM. I decided to put some around the GPU of the 4850 to hopefully make more surface contact to the stock heatsink.

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    Although not really that much of a difference, the 4850 is idling at 47-48*C. Before it used to idle at 50-53*C.

    And ah, yes, my ghetto cooling for my 4850. hahahahahah
    [​IMG]
     
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  20. mastershake420

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    this is my case sofar ................
    what i started with
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    And now

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