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Old 21st November, 2001, 04:18 AM
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So this is where all the extreme stuff happens

Love the case Jen. Very impressive.

Dimm, you need to put some clothes on that PC I was embarassed and red-cheeked just looking at it.
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Old 21st November, 2001, 04:21 AM
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Dimm, you need to put some clothes on that PC I was embarassed and red-cheeked just looking at it.
You should have seen the drool coming out of my computer's ZIP drive

That's how my next system will be. Too _____ (fill in blank) to _____ (fill in blank) case for computer.
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I hate mitsumi CD drives.

Hmm . . . . they have always worked fine for me. I've owned three of 'em that I can remember. I've gotten a Slot load Pioneer 16X DVD drive since the picture was taken, though I'm not sure which PC to us it with . . .
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Old 21st November, 2001, 01:13 PM
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I have a slot Pioneer 16x DVD, it kicks butt. Looks cool too. I bought it so I could pop my CD-RW drive and the CD/DVD in my DVD drive out a once.
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Hehe, I too also have the 16x DVD 40x CD Pioneer drive and it's the best error correcting drive i've ever seen, it is my drive of choice despite the 50x one I've got jammed in there


it's 10mm longer than normal drives though, which is annoying
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Whats a case ???? :-D It seems that all i need is a large work bench to put my computers out on!
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great job Jen.. nice, btw.. i saw the watercooling rig going through something other than your processor, but it's not a graphic card.. on some sort of copper thingy.
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that is the processor

the other fan you can see is the northbridge fan on the abit kt7a motherboard, looks different than stock though
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that is the processor

the other fan you can see is the northbridge fan on the abit kt7a motherboard, looks different than stock though
You really sure that's the processor ? The tubing goes through a waterblock or something at the bottom of the rear blowholes. Any idea what's that ? Don't think the processor is there..
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that is the processor

the other fan you can see is the northbridge fan on the abit kt7a motherboard, looks different than stock though

I had a generic heatsink that i bought for something . Then a 40 mm delta 7000 rpm fan felt it may help cool the northbridge better .


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You really sure that's the processor ? The tubing goes through a waterblock or something at the bottom of the rear blowholes. Any idea what's that ? Don't think the processor is there..

Water lines go under the bottom fan to the water block . Thats the only thing I try to keep cool. I did at one time run water lines to video card and such. But never saw any benefit to that cause I dont overclock video cards. And then the lines make it very hard to work around if you have them going everywhere


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i still don't get it, anyway.. ignore me
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its good to ask questions. thats how we all learn


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