-=The Guru of 3D rig gallery rev.2 Part 8=-

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by John, May 14, 2010.

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  1. scoter man1

    scoter man1 Ancient Guru

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    @blackwolf, looks great man, how's the airflow with that case?
     
  2. _Franky_

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  3. Blackwolf41

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    Hello Scoter man1 Thanks for the remarks, The Air Flow was on the case was OK not Great but just OK. I think the Fan placements could have been better too. But all the Temps were Good and I dont see the Client doing any Overclocking on this System for a while so It should work just fine for Him untill I can talk him into Water cooling it. I do think that this would be a Great Water Cooled case though. I did install another 5770 to the Motherboard and found it to be a little to tight for me but thats ok [​IMG]
     
  4. Quixz

    Quixz Maha Guru

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    That's a very cool looking white case. :thumbup:
     

  5. Peter Buxu

    Peter Buxu Master Guru

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    Yeppp it is INDEED!!!! =D
     
  6. Blackwolf41

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    It is a Nice case
     
  7. Technochicken

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    I modified a Power Mac G5 case to take ATX parts, including rewiring all the fans and the front panel. I fabricated a custom motherboard tray and back panel to get everything to fit properly, but it still looks very similar to a stock G5.

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  8. PurpleFish

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    Real nice man! Where did you find a G5 case?
     
  9. Technochicken

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    I got the full G5 with a dead PSU and motherboard for free from our school's photography department, because they were throwing it out.
     
  10. ElementalDragon

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    Haha..... free is nice any time.
     

  11. OvR|<|LL

    OvR|<|LL Maha Guru

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    What are the temps like in there? Always wondered if APPLE's cases cooled as good as they look.
     
  12. PurpleFish

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    Had my eyes out for one to do the same thing! Gotta say man it looks good I'm jealous of your luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  13. vbetts

    vbetts Don Vincenzo Staff Member

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    Nice! I'm thinking about converting a G5 or Mac Pro case to ATX for my upgraded rig. :D
     
  14. Technochicken

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    CPU maxes out a 33 degrees at stock speeds, which is exactly the same as it was in my old case. With all the dividers, it has excellent airflow around the CPU area, and if you used a large heatpipe cooler, it would not need a dedicated fan. Temps on th 9800 GTX are up about 3 degrees (to 76 load), but I think that is because I had to put the 8500 right against it, and it blocks part of the fan.

    Also, all the fans are running at 5V. If I hook them up to 12 they push about as much air as a leaf blower, and are nearly as loud.
     
  15. zhadlp

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    my mATX project is finally finished! :)

    Now I can move on to another project... :D

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    yosef019 Ancient Guru

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  18. OvR|<|LL

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    Man if I didnt have a 6 year old that liked to tinker with things as much as I do Id be all over that case.:nerd:
     
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    Doing some long needed cleaning:

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    pic quality isnt too bad considering it was taken on my phone
     
  20. 3dPlayer

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    Just lovely!Very nice indeed.:)
     
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