-=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. dmak

    dmak Master Guru

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    my friend has a vapo sitting at home that he cant be bothered to use, he kinda went the other way and got sick of having all his stuff all over the place. He doesnt like how easy overclocking has got. He liked it better when it was pencil mods and soldering on new parts.... but that spare cascade cooler he has sitting around, I should borrow that

    and bodar, I noticed your rig profile says your 5870s are on water? what did you use?
     
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  2. bp9801

    bp9801 Ancient Guru

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    Haha, well at least the RAM is nice and cool now. Don't need those heatspreaders roasting everything alive before they shoot off the sticks lol.

    I hear you about the fan, I'm personally waiting until I see some different heatsinks and fans applied to it. I saw what Sapphire are going to do with their Vapor-X for it, I may have to pick that one up when its available.
     
  3. live4life

    live4life Banned

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    ma m8 so much temps for ram? its :bang::bang:
     
  4. dave5000

    dave5000 Member

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    Wow! so many great rigs here and so powerful!!

    Well here is an update from my old system! Soon i will post more pics!

    Going from C2D!!

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    The CM V8 fits tight!! xD
     

  5. Foes

    Foes Ancient Guru

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    My PSU only has 4 PCIE connectors, so I have to use 2 of the ugly white PCIE to molex connectors. I removed them for the picture because they are just plain UGLY...LOL
     
  6. Bodar

    Bodar Ancient Guru

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    I'm using a mod for the waterblocks, as well as a vrm heatsink and ram sinks.I'll post it on my eyefinity thread. I've got a whole setup ready. a little bit of a pain in the ass compared to waiting for standard blocks. I just could'nt help myself.. :) @Morbias That setup has to be the most clean, and perfect pc I've seen in ages.. Congrats! Perfection pays off :)
     
  7. toXin

    toXin Member Guru

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    Not bad, everything looks pretty tight in there though lol.

    I'm guessing thats a generic case? How'd you get your cable management so good in that little thing? most generic cases have very very little room between the right panel and the mobo tray.
     
  8. YuKsS

    YuKsS Maha Guru

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    no ta mal viejito, q d q parte de venezuela eres.. ya hay por aqui algunos venezolanos.. yo de puerto ordaz.
     
  9. geopouros

    geopouros Master Guru

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    Man love the rig :)
    Have the same case :) I have a coolit cpu cooler but it wand fit :(
    like you're one any way i installed a air cooler from zalman and it rocks :)
    Have the coolit for show now :)
    As i see you have 3x260 with only 850w is it ok?
    what about temps of the vgas in the case with close side window
     
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  10. dave5000

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    Lol I know it wasn't easy but it have enough room for all the cables behind the mobo tray and behind the hd cage!

    Soy de Puerto La Cruz! he stado por foros venezolanos pro no postean mucho por eso ste me parece mejor! tu makina ta' de pinga tambien mi pana!
     
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  11. MM10X

    MM10X Ancient Guru

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    ah, makes sense now. you should sleeve them. ;)
     
  12. morbias

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    The Crucial RAM always ran hot, and putting it in with another two other sticks didn't help things :eek:c:
    Cheers Bodar, though I'm sick of all the blue now, might go with white or red lighting instead. Or white and red, that might look a bit more interesting. How hot do your 5870s get in CrossFire btw?

    @Foes, looks cool with everything in black
     
  13. apintojr

    apintojr Maha Guru

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    no offense, but how can you bash the rig. ok its not in a box, but the hardware in itself is beasting!!
     
  14. Iggyblack

    Iggyblack Ancient Guru

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    what case is that?
     
  15. (IRE)Wolfman

    (IRE)Wolfman Ancient Guru

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    TT Speedo i think
     

  16. R404a

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    exact Tt spedo, and it's a very good case
     
  17. Foes

    Foes Ancient Guru

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    Yes, TT Spedo Advanced.
     
  18. ScoobyDooby

    ScoobyDooby Ancient Guru

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    Iggyblack Ancient Guru

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    thanks, i like the inside :D
     
  20. Foes

    Foes Ancient Guru

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    Best case I have ever owned..massive space inside..3 GPU's and it still looks empty..lol
     
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