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f155mph

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Joined
Feb 21, 2001
Specs:

P4 [email protected]
Giga 8SRX
Radeon 8500
WD 20g & 30g
2x256mb Kingmax 333
Channel Well aka Antec 400w
DD Maze2 1/2" barbs
Maxi-jet 1200
27c idle 29c load(76f ambient).
Two 12x6x2 heater cores
Four 120mm fans(two per core).
One 40mm fan for rams
Five 80mm fans
Two 92mm fans
Two 120mm fans

I know I am crazy with the fans but it still quieter then my Slot A Atlon 950 with two Delta 38
:D
 

NASsoccer

On a string I was held Senior
Joined
Jul 11, 2001
Location
i live
i must say that is a nice job. I like the cube cases. I have been eyeing a yy for a little while. I am planning my next rig and i am finally making the trans. to water.

STill, looks great man. Keep the great work coming our way.
 

Starfoxer

World's Biggest E-Thug
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Feb 9, 2002
Location
USA
looks great! now ya need a pelt! wow, 319 for that case, all
that space must be great! :p
 

Warlord2

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Mar 19, 2001
Location
Bakersfield,CA
wow 60 pounds without anything inside

my alien case with watercooling and everything inside ways just a little over 60 pounds. Cant imagine how heavy yours must be:eh?: (makes it very hard to go to lan partys:( )


but very nice clean watercooling system you got there. With that kind of cooling I would of gone with a AMD system though;)


oh yea to quiet it down ALOT you should lower all your fans to 7volts doing the 7volt mod. With 2 rads your temps shouldnt go up very much if any. Right now Im using my Delta 38 fan as a case fan at 7 volts and cant hear it over my hard drives.:)
 

silent bob

Team 32 Folding Ghetto Hanging PC Senior
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Jan 7, 2001
Location
in "The Cave "
that is a nice looking case ,I just looked at my dream case but will never be able to come up with $225 for it oh well it never hurts to dream and drool for a while
nice job

steve

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Warlord2 said:
(makes it very hard to go to lan partys:( )
he doesnt go to them ,
Lans go to the master ! edit>>
 
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Gr8Scott

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Mar 19, 2002
I know that this may sound like a dumb question, but just what goes on at a lan party?

Drinking?
Strippers?

Yes, I am a newbie...
 

craigiz1

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Feb 27, 2002
Location
Pompano Beach, FL
Gr8scott,
LAN=Local Area Network.
People get toghether and hook thier computers up with each other. (LAN) Then usually play games. I've heard of many wild thing's going on at these parties, but for the most, it is just a good time.
 

Gr8Scott

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Mar 19, 2002
My picture of a lan party was some sort of tupperware meets network admin sort of thing. Game play sounds more like an entertaining time. Why not just link up and play via broadband though? Much less time involved with lugging computers around and such...
 

gaccm

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Aug 29, 2001
Gr8Scott said:
My picture of a lan party was some sort of tupperware meets network admin sort of thing. Game play sounds more like an entertaining time. Why not just link up and play via broadband though? Much less time involved with lugging computers around and such...

2 reasons to go to a lan, 1) the 10 ping and 2) being able to yell smack to the guy you just killed cause he's only across the room.
 

racecar12

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Feb 6, 2002
Location
mid-tn
Nice setup f155mph:cool:

I thought about setting up my 1.6a with a bracket like that for my w/b but did not like the fact that the holes were so far apart form the socket. But really, not much you can do about that. I setup my w/b to use the existing hsf hold-down. Really nice to be able to acurately install the w/b in 15 seconds.

If you hadn't seen it yet, you can see it here:cool:
 
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f155mph

f155mph

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Feb 21, 2001
racecar12 said:
Nice setup f155mph:cool:

I thought about setting up my 1.6a with a bracket like that for my w/b but did not like the fact that the holes were so far apart form the socket. But really, not much you can do about that. I setup my w/b to use the existing hsf hold-down. Really nice to be able to acurately install the w/b in 15 seconds.

If you hadn't seen it yet, you can see it here:cool:

Nice job!!! What king of block is that? Is it the [email protected] from Dtek? What kind of temp do you get? I am building another water rig soon in an Antec 1040. I wanted to do some mods on the server case but I don't feel like cutting it up. So the 1040 is my next project.