-=The Guru of 3D rig gallery rev.2 Part 7=-

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by John, Oct 6, 2009.

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  1. Stop It RAWR

    Stop It RAWR Master Guru

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    OK, my rig is nowhere near as impressive as most of you guys (Love your rig ottoyu34, Black & Red = hot!), but I've just completed a bit of tidying and thus it looks a lot better and is quieter) than ever before.

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  2. Tat3

    Tat3 Ancient Guru

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    Not my PC, been looking for a ultimate case for watercooling and I think I have found it. Price is $380 :( DD Double Wide Tower - 21 Black Series Edition

    This thing can hold one 360 radiator, two 480 radiators, and one 160 radiator without modding :nerd:

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    Rules did not say if it needed to be my own PC, if I'm not allowed to post this, then please delete this post.
     
  3. live4life

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    what a freaky wow case is this?????????? i want it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  4. scoter man1

    scoter man1 Ancient Guru

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    @death_lv, That computer must be so cold it needs a blanket! Jeez, how many fans DO you have in there?

    @ottoyu34, I'm a really big fan of the red/black theme. I love what you've done there. Very need, very good looking.

    @tat3, I WANT THAT CASE. It looks very good and would give you plenty of room to put the pumps and reservoirs. Hope you'r good at cable running though, looks like you'll have a lot to hide if you want it to look good.
     
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  5. .:JeeBus:.

    .:JeeBus:. Master Guru

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    jesus christ dude, is the hard drive touching the video card?
     
  6. Stop It RAWR

    Stop It RAWR Master Guru

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    No, there's around 1cm of clearance! :p

    Seriously though, that HDD (It's a Maxtor 80GB from 6 years ago!) is blocking the airflow to my GFX card anyway (I have a 14cm front fan), it's also getting old (And a bit redundant with 1.5TB of storage right below it) so I may just remove it...
     
  7. LD7

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    hi, just sharing my rig :) thanks!

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  8. live4life

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    good but so much is not so cool...u can make mix of colur leds will be better
     
  9. hugo19941994

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    Hi,
    I just finished doing some cable management and adding a fan, so I thought I would post some pics. Please share any thoughts.

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    The hardware is a little outdated, but even though I have the money to buy new one, i'm waiting for the new 32nm Core Intel CPUs and the Fermi GPUs :)
     
  10. DSK

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    Not that out dated

    8800GT still kicks ass ;)
     

  11. ToolJar_80

    ToolJar_80 Master Guru

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    That's just personal preference. I like the all blue. Looks sharp and nice job with cable management.
     
  12. r0k0

    r0k0 Ancient Guru

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    if you wanna sell your Q9300 PM me when you upgrade :)
     
  13. magicdave26

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    What are your temps like ? - Can you cook a chicken in that thing? ! Wow - If temps are good, I want one !!
     
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  14. HBrown140

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    Very nicely done. What case are you using? It seems to swallow up your MB. At least you have great air flow. Once again , nicely done!
     
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  15. Tyler Dalton

    Tyler Dalton Master Guru

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    I'm pretty sure that is an Antec 1200.
     

  16. dshramek

    dshramek Ancient Guru

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    Just got a new Corsair psu . My old BFG died yesterday(thanks for the input/help, Gurus:))
    Finally able to install in the bottom of the case(bfg cables too short). Did some proper cable management as well.
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  17. Omagana

    Omagana Ancient Guru

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    ^ I notice you've got miss-matched RAM there dshramek?
     
  18. dshramek

    dshramek Ancient Guru

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    2x2 OCZ 1066 & 2x1 Corsair 1066, all running same timing(5-5-5-18) in dual channel. Works just fine.
     
  19. avivoni

    avivoni Ancient Guru

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    HUGO, thats one bent down 8800gt.
     
  20. bp9801

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    My thoughts exactly. Looks nice otherwise, just the PCB is flexing so bad.

    @dshramek, very nice job on the PSU upgrade. About time you moved it down to the bottom.. now you just need to reinstall the top 230mm fan to get better temps. :p
     
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