-=The Guru of 3D rig gallery rev.2 Part 6=-

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

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  1. geopouros

    geopouros Master Guru

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    a ok..
    I tried one rad for each gpu but no def and i even try all out of the case on a tec setup
    again no deference

    i have all the rads out of the case now and in the case 3x120mm in and a 240mm in fans and a 120mm out
    But all ways the same temps :(
    When i had the cpu on air it had top temp under load 30c !!! :) But i had proplems with the vga thats why i wend WC it used to go 85-100 now i have over all (cpu+gpu) 50c
     
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  2. Mannerheim

    Mannerheim Ancient Guru

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    Here is my 3 computers that need table space that i dont have now..
    Left- IBM Aptiva P200MMX(P166 original). Center HP Vectra P3 500 and Right its own build Duron900. All of em are working piece of history.

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  3. .:JeeBus:.

    .:JeeBus:. Master Guru

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    xD why are the cuts all crooked? for painting you can send it to your local powder coater? or do the ghetto way like me and go to home depot and pickup some spraypaint xP
     
  4. laka

    laka Active Member

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    first time doing it.
     

  5. vbetts

    vbetts Don Vincenzo Staff Member

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    And it doesn't have to be perfect. Just as long as you have a space to run cables through, not like anyone is going to really see it anyways.
     
  6. hallryu

    hallryu Don Altobello

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    What did you use to cut those holes? Ouch!
     
  7. bp9801

    bp9801 Ancient Guru

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    Man, I miss cases like those. Who says the old beige box had to be that, those look sweet. What will you be doing with them?
     
  8. .:JeeBus:.

    .:JeeBus:. Master Guru

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    people will see the 2 holes on the side though :nerd:
     
  9. laka

    laka Active Member

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    a friend have a workshop so i did the holes there, i did it with some kind of machine i really dont now, but yeah is kinda rough but for being my first time doing it, i think it works :)
     
  10. Mannerheim

    Mannerheim Ancient Guru

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    Ill keep em and give em life with my becoming new gaming LAN table..... Not gonna give em to be trashed...
     

  11. bp9801

    bp9801 Ancient Guru

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    Sounds pretty nice, should be a good way to keep them around. My brother gave me his old P3 with a GeForce 4 Ti, I'll probably be doing the same as you though I may turn it into a media server. I haven't decided yet though I may mod the case a little to suit my needs.
     
  12. x-speed69

    x-speed69 Ancient Guru

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    Almost done now

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  13. John

    John Ancient Guru

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    Are those the Patriot Viper 1600 C8's? I have a kit of those as back-up RAM. I haven't tested them yet, but I saw someone reaching well over 1900MHz with them, pretty dang good for such cheap memory.
     
  14. x-speed69

    x-speed69 Ancient Guru

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    yea these are and prize was the reason i got them :)
    Good to hear they can oc as well.
     
  15. mastershake420

    mastershake420 Member

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    my pc
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  16. GC_PaNzerFIN

    GC_PaNzerFIN Maha Guru

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    Temporary conclusion of my rig specs for next weeks build:

    Intel Core i7 D0
    Xigmatek Thor's Hammer w/ 2x Noctua NF-P12
    Asus P6T Deluxe X58
    3x2GB A-DATA DDR3-1600G
    Enermax Revolution85+ 850w
    2x Samsung F1 1TB
    [Asus X800XT PE w/ VF-700Cu, temporary]
    Creative SB Audigy Player
    Samsung T220
    Logitech G5
    Qck Steelpad
    Logitech UltraX Flat Premium
    Icemat Siberia Black

    No case (haven't found what I want), gfx will be upgraded when I find something nice, Intel 34nm 80GB SSD coming soon.

    What ya guys think? :)
     
  17. ElementalDragon

    ElementalDragon Ancient Guru

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    well..... i'd have tried to find a cheaper SSD. don't think they've been around long enough to justify spending so much on them. I have a 30GB OCZ Core V2 SSD.... and the only reason i even bought it was because at the time, Newegg was having a special on them, where you could get one for like $99..... which wasn't too bad.
     
  18. John

    John Ancient Guru

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    The new Intel 80GB 32nm SSD will cost around 200 euros, which isn't bad at all. I think I will be aiming for the 160GB model. I hope they are released this coming week as promised.
     
  19. masterchiefx2

    masterchiefx2 Banned

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    I might try this new intel ssd if its good although more than i was hoping to spend and after preordering win 7 also need monitor lol
     
  20. ScoobyDooby

    ScoobyDooby Ancient Guru

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    I've been trying to look into painting my stacker 830 but I don't even know where to start. So to the people around here painting cases, could anyone advise how I would go about accomplishing this? Since it is a brushed aluminum case, I doubt that simple spraypaint would look even remotely good..
     
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