-=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. MikeMK

    MikeMK Ancient Guru

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    U can get the NZXT pre done cables, but doing it youself isn't that hard - just time consuming. It's alot cheaper though, and there are a greater range of colours etc.
     
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    mike I still didnt get a pm;) would the nzxt be ok for my ax1200 thought? if yeah then any links?;)
     
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    Tnx mate i also wanted white but problem with it,im a smoker and anything white in a few months if someone is smoking inside a room would become yellow,thats why i decided to go for Black.And yeah case is awesome im loving it!.
     

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    Fist time that im doing this alone,so im kinda scared not to mess up anything,so a question about PC hardware do it yourself part,what are the chances of messing something up if i dont put something together well like a cable or something ?I invested all the money i had in that PC i would be devastating for me if i break something up.
    So question is should i continue to do it myself.I mean im not retarded i wont try to put something in something by force but im scared of power cables and if i dont plug them good together.

    EDIT i managed to get it working somehow just the basic cables not extra stuff (a friend will help with that in the next few days)

    Got a quick question considering PSU the ventilator is turned up and coolers from GPU are facing them so will that cause a heating problem?(dunno did i explain good but you can see it on picture)
     
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    signex Ancient Guru

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    Yea im thinking of sleeving mine aswell. I got time that's no problemo, but i dunno if i can do it. Green UV sleeves would look awesome in my case.
     
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    scoter man1 Ancient Guru

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    @cole2109- very nice build man! Super clean! Whats the back side look like? I see you got the rad back there...
     
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    @cole2109, congratz. I think it can't get cleaner than that. Greetings from Koper :)
     
  10. Blackwolf41

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    Hello Everybody thought I would give my Antec 1200 a Facelift hope you like [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     

  11. bouf0010

    bouf0010 Master Guru

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    i think thats one of the nicest air rigs ive seen in a while ^^^^
     
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    @blackwolf, thats great looking. What did you do to cover the psu? I was thinking of doing something like that. I hate how it looks so cluttered in mine...
     
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    Thank You Im Glad you like it , I used some Mirror Black Acrylic for the Power Supply Cover [​IMG] [​IMG]. I was so Happy with it, that I also used it in the Drive Bay Covers too [​IMG] [​IMG] I did a work log and Posted it on two other sites. Im not sure if I can Post them here or not, but If youre intrested I guess you can PM me and I can send you the links . I was Really Pleased with the way it came out. Thank You for the reply Guys
     
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  15. MikeMK

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    As the other guys have said - very good air rig. You can post work logs in this section, there are usually a few knocking around. I'd go ahead and post it, or at least post the links to it here... sure other guru's will be interested in your mods.
     

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    First time posting my rig here so dont bash me too much if i did it wrong :)

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    3-Way GTX580 :D
     
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    Blackwolf41 Master Guru

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  19. Adrastos

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    Hi guys im new to the site, though i'd pop in and show what i got :)
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    sadly i have issue's with my Vertex 3 due to the firmware but when that gets sorted the comp will be a nice gaming pc :)

    ps: sorry about bad quality of the picture's i used my webcam to take them ^^
     
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  20. Laykun

    Laykun Ancient Guru

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    Here's a project that I've been working on for 2 and a half years now >.>, really should get round to sorting it out.

    Two AT server chassis
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    Server chassis get cut down to motherboard height, welded top back on and fastened together side by side
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    Case with it's first machine, Q6600 HD4870 XFire, perhaps my favourite rig of all time
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    Recent photo, implemented water cooling, some fans are dead. Other fans died after this because of the case being on the floor. Due to the long long hair I had it would just get sucked into the fan and wound up around the fan motor basically causing it to grind to a hault.
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    Mock up of case foam and outshell. In the pictures they are simply held on with a few screws and cable ties.
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    Currently my only problem is a lack of a workshop. During the cases inception I've never had a shed to go work in and have had to cart it round town to work on it :(. One day it was be a charcoal slick beast of a case, dual 360mm rads 2 high pressure low noise pumps and some nice orange liquid cooling.
     
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