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Old 19th March, 2005, 04:30 AM
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it works quite well actually, keeps my cpu(11*215) at 45c idle w/fan at 2500rpm and 47c load w/fan at same speed. 42c idle w/fan at full speed, almost 5000rpm, and 44c load w/fan on high.

i cant wait till i get my SI-97
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Old 19th March, 2005, 08:47 AM
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Here's some pics of new look, but it has been changed once again. Green hoses are no longer green, and well, the video cooling has completely changed...I'm going through cosmetic hardware like you wouldn't beleive.
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Old 24th March, 2005, 09:38 AM
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celeron coppermine?
is very low!

celeron tualatin is good!
1200@1600 Mhz (133 fsb)
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Shazam, that's a very impressive case! I dunno... does it look menacing in the middle of the night once in a while?
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Old 31st March, 2005, 07:33 PM
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Shazam, that's a very impressive case! I dunno... does it look menacing in the middle of the night once in a while?
If you are refering to my case, it actually can be a lifesaver...early morning, it lights a clear path through the toys on the floor,so i don't lose a toe or something! This makes it my best friend.


Don't need light in the livingroom anymore(but lastnight i wired all the lights to a main switch, so i can turn them off... i have almost a permanent whitespot in the corner of my eye from them stupid blinking ramlights!)
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Old 1st April, 2005, 04:06 AM
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I thought you had a Zalman 80D heatpipe cooler for your GPU? Not anymore apparently. Sick mod though.
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that was on the 9800, i now have a X800XT, with a koolance block on it. I have the koolance GPU surround here as well, but that won't go on it until i have all the surface-mods done to the card. I have voltmodded the card with variable resistors, but i want to wire it so that i can disable them, and indicator lights for either mode, and integrate it into the gpu surround. I've also changed the fans around, the hoses for clear(the green was not part of my mod colours...only orange/black/blue...hoses came with the original kit),and replaced the red "power" LED on the mainboard for a blue one. Replaced the PSU with an ANTEC phantom, then got a replacement, and have since ordered an OCZ with adjustable rails, which i will paint and change the green fans out of. I'm still far from done.

I still have to finish the wire stealthing, and then i can start on the outside of the case

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Boy cadaveca betya Bigf_ot loves you eh?
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Very nice cadaveca. Would you happen to know, how to replace a standard power button with a red LED one?
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Boy cadaveca betya Bigf_ot loves you eh?

to a certain extent. They only offer some things i cannot get...but the are darn quick at delivery, and give me the service i demand for my dollar.

they, however, only contributed to the watercooling, as i could not get it anywhere else as soon as they had it...actually, i requested they stock it, and they did, and it turned out to be a bad item that had many RMA's(might have been due to shipping plastics in cold canadian air, but that's not the point).

Anyway, they get some of my cash every month, whether it be for a few small parts, like leds, or water products. Koolance, however, is not an item they carry, and htey won't, so they have lost my business, actually. A certain local store does that for me now

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Very nice cadaveca. Would you happen to know, how to replace a standard power button with a red LED one?

depends on where it connects, but most often you just unsolder the old, and put in the new. Just make sure the LED is of the same type/power rating, and it's no big deal, although your standard soldering iron does not get quite hot enough for me to like. 2-3 second contact should be more than adequate to melt the solder, or you can damage your other components. Most can handle 8-10 seconds of , uh i think 300c, or something, on the soldering legs, but i am not quite sure on that number, although gizmo or E.T. would know, I imagine.
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Well they certainly pick my pockets from time to time mostly for the bling. Got 4 machines runnin and 2 are pretty much done up for show when I get finished I will post pics of both.
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Just bought a side panel with window for my stacker, one i get it all neat and tidy inside I'll post some new pics with my new dd watercooling setup
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I like those fat tubes. What size are they?
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I like those fat tubes. What size are they?
Could be wrong but it looks like 1/2" soft walled silicone to me, better than tygon in my opinion
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these stackers are great aren't they? The other day I needed to unscrew my motherboard, but one of the screws got stuck, so I stepped inside and put my foot up on the back of the case and got some real leverage, with both hands.
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Old 3rd April, 2005, 10:33 AM
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Could be wrong but it looks like 1/2" soft walled silicone to me, better than tygon in my opinion
½" correct, danger den tubing as the top of this page http://store.over-clock.com/Tubing.html
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NIce setup
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wow no hose clamps? EEEK! looks freakin leet thought that case looks huge(and I own a stacker!)
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There are silicon hoses in my PC and fit very well on my fittings. Also when i normaly demounting my loop i have a problems.
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