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    Originally posted by skahtul
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    From the picture it looks like your radiator is half covered with your power supply?
    I guess you could mount fans ontop and blow down onto the rad. It just seems that it is to close to your powersupply.
    Ya... its differnt now I will see if I can get acces to a camera but I took the PSU out of it's case and put it above the CD-ROM drives and put 2 80mm fans where the PSU was before. SO on the rad I have 3X80mm fans a 120mm fan and a 92mm fan, using the whole entire top section (from where the bottom of the PSU WOULD be up (there is a convient re-enforcment bar there to secure fans to)), I sealed it off from teh rest of the case w/ Duct tape for ultra Ghettoness
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    Here's my rig.
    It's a fully watercooled system (CPU+GPU+NB) using a double non redundant watercooling circuit.
    Yeah, it's a little bit messy inside, but I'm just not good enough at tidying.
    More pictures and details following the link in my sig.




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    Here's my rig.
    It's a fully watercooled system (CPU+GPU+NB) using a double non redundant watercooling circuit.
    Yeah, it's a little bit messy inside, but I'm just not good enough at tidying.
    More pictures and details following the link in my sig.




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    hey guys...new here..so just wanna post some pix up

    my intel rig:

    Don't know y this pic cam out so green though...

    took out the 2fast 2furious decal

    Specs:
    2.8c cooled on thermaltake's subzero
    DFI 's 875 Pro LanParty
    2x512 DDR400
    ATi Hercules Radeon 9800 Pro 128Mb
    Sony DVD Rom
    Samsung CD-RW
    LianLi PC-70
    Philips 18" LCD

    my amd rig:



    my only pic so far...couldn't bear to mod this case...the sonata just looks too good by itself...

    Specs:
    AMD Athlon XP +2400
    NF-7
    512 DDR400
    Sony Black CD Rom
    Antec Sonata


    -cheers
    Last edited by acid8urn; 09-26-03 at 10:51 AM.

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    What's up with that LCD? Tell me more please....
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    That is just a 6in lcd module that is case mounted in replace of the three 3 1/2in drive bays. The screen is used for various things,i.e. watching some tv, movies, but mostly to check temps, cpu use and voltages during benchmarks. My tv tuncer card and/or video card's s-vdeo out to the lcd's composite video-in provides the necessary signal.

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    That is one of the sweetest and might I say spendy rigs I have ever seen. The hardware list alone is amazing....

    Great machine...
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    Yes, it did cost a hefty penny! And I am currently changing the motherboard to the Abit IC7-G Max 3 (Better performance then the gigabyte by far). But thnx for the kind words

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    This duct dropped my temps by 8C.

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    Here's the inside. Some components have changed. See sig.
    The cpu cooler on the ti4600 (svc gc-68) is now on my 9500np softmod (along with some volt mods).

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    pelikan: Isn't that a lot of weight to be putting on a video card? It looks like it's bending a little...

    I would also move your PC speaker a little farther away from your harddrive. Back in the pentium days I had a harddrive go corrupt with the pc speaker about that far away... there's lots of room at the back/bottom of your case, that's where I keep mine.
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    That Ti4600 survived the weight of the heatsink for about six months with no problems. For my new video card I hung the fan on a bracket under the heatsink to reduce the weight a bit.
    My new Raptor is now in the hdd cage and I just got rid of the speaker.

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    i got this pc from ABSpc, as noted by the multiple case badges.
    the only cool thing i did was that i took an older abs computer, cut out the front part of the plastic front case cover and turned it into a door. that ABS sticker was on my original (and still working) amd k2 450Mhz 128MbRAM, pos. so, the case carries some history in it via the door. the rest of it is simple jig-saw to steel elbow grease and lexan cutting.

    here[IMG]C:\Scott\Mod\Submit\Rear.jpg[/IMG]

    i dont know if the images will come out, so here goes nothing...

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    uhh, nope... anybody wanna clue me in as to how to upload a pic?

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    Originally posted by Smirabi
    uhh, nope... anybody wanna clue me in as to how to upload a pic?
    There's lots of ways:
    1) www.theforumisdown.com
    2) Host it yourself, on your own webserver, or if your ISP gives you webspace, you can post it there.

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    Last edited by su root; 02-09-04 at 06:57 PM.
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    Originally posted by Smirabi
    uhh, nope... anybody wanna clue me in as to how to upload a pic?
    Once the pic is hosted, just hit the "IMG" button on the Post Reply page. It's right above the space where you type in your reply. Then you just put in the url of where your pic is.

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    Beautiful mobile performance.
    PIII 800 w/ silent cooling
    Aluminum, 14 x 14 x 6, 12lb

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    OMG!!!is that laptop keyboard omg!!!!
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    ahh haa... after some snooping, i figured out how to use my webspace provided by my cable company... so here's the pics of "prettybox" it might sound girly, but after having the uglies box possible for 4 years, it just looked so beautiful to me...





    this one was taken before i installed my aeroflow



    none of these pics show the (custom cut, by me) mirror on the bottom of the case. it's a great feature, cause you can see the video card really well and when you get really close it's like the image never ends...

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    I like that fan grill in the last shot there.. missed it the first time I looked. Where'd you get it? Or did you make it yourself?
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