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Old 01-11-12, 10:14 PM   #21
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I want to put mine under water SOOOO bad...just for the look. These are gorgeous.

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Nice build and lighting simviatoR

Mine has been updated since my previous post; got a GPU in there now

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Old 01-16-12, 02:05 AM   #25
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awfully high voltage for 4.8...

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i could tweek it lower if i had the time.. i think i can squeeze 4.9ghz off the same vc so yeah

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not as fancy as many, and my first try at watercooling

still need to work on the cable management

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Old 01-25-12, 11:16 AM Thread Starter   #29
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If your images are not uploaded as an attachment here, they will be deleted. This thread was started because the last thread was full of broken images due to external image hosting that has since gone dead.

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not as fancy as many, and my first try at watercooling

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Old 01-27-12, 07:52 PM   #33
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These are from when it was first put together, and the one with purple water is recent before wire management. I will get newer pics, but nothing compared to what I see on here!! You guys make me jealous!



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Modded the sidepanel, now i have a sidewindow

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I mounted the res on a alight angle thinking gravity might give it a nice feed to the pump but I really don't like the way it looks so that might change

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I mounted the res on a alight angle thinking gravity might give it a nice feed to the pump but I really don't like the way it looks so that might change
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Inserted the remaining images inline. Just report the post if someone didn't use the paperclip image insertion tool - not everyone knows about it or understands it off the bat. If they are attached using the forum image hosting, that is the important part - we can easily edit to insert them inline so they resize nicely.

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I upgraded to the Sabertooth 990FX a few days ago and added some bitspower 45s and 90s. I was going to install my EK motherboard blocks but the VRM block does not fit the sabertooth so oh well.

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