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Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by Steve, Mar 8, 2013.
Case has really nice cooling, if you don't use standard hdd cage. 180mm fan producing airflow through entire cpu+gpu chamber, it has relatively short distance to get out of the case through rear panel. Psu is also hidden, so if you want to make it look neat, no need to pay for expensive full modular, because you can't see power supply in this case anyway. There is interesting layout of this case, that has multiple advantages.
after a longer time viewer of this thread, I thought I'd FINALLY post my Rig. Feedback would be greatly appreciated.
marezmichael it looks awesome. Love the open bench style. I just cant tell if your keyboard is hanging out in thin air
look nice BUT it's damn dark! could you up the light maybe and take some more pics please?
Please excuse my crappy camera/photography skills and the dust.
Quick phone pics...
found homeless on the side of the road adopted it
What is that? Hex core, 8GBs DDR4 and Raid 0 SSDs? Looks like a power house!
looks like a good candidate for a pair of voodoo2's... go retro!
It isn't that old. It has a sata rom drive.
looks like a Core 2 Dell Optiplex or something similar, which was probably hot. Don't hook up ethernet or wifi to this, as most of these have a "Phone Home" rom chip on the motherboard once it's connected to the internet.
our server machine at work looks identical to this
My Portable LAN Rig:
The case seals, rolls, and manages to keep my baby cold
Case is a Rosewill RSV-L4000 inside of a tough box, the model of which I'm unsure of
2*E5520 Quad Xeon CPUs @ 2.27Ghz
500GB HD OS, 500GB HD Games, 4*1TB HD's RAID 0 for multimedia encodes
AMD 6850 1GB Crossfire driving a 1080P display
^ That's very cool.
I guess the term 'portable' is relative Awesome mod!
Wheels make anything portable.
that is a new one i had on hand the old one was ide dvdrom drive that work some time
check no rom chip it had a intel pentium 4 at 3.00ghz in it upgrade it to a pentium D 3.00ghz
I dont think it was hot being its age and how damage the case was
Haha, soooo true. I went from a CM Stacker 810 (on wheels) to a Corsair 550D (not on wheels) and my LAN life has gotten MUCH easier. Just strap on my Gear Grip case carrier and away I go!
what was in the harddrive, sandman?
there was no hard drive in it had to use my hard drive from my PlayStation 2 to make it work it dose have a windows xp coa on the case
lol, that's all I got to this...
Durrrr durrrr herpa derp
All in a nice big NZXT Phantom 630 full tower:
You seriously need to turn that "Oreck XL airfilter thing" into a badass retro HTPC case mod.
I thought the exact same thing.
Building a mini version of my current PC, ordered 3 video cards (both will have GTX780 Ti, Full size tower will have 780 Ti SLI) Small case has a 4770k ordered for it.
Okay, as someone who used to LAN-party on a weekly basis that thing is HELLA SEXY!
Okay! Found out who made it by dint of my MAD-ass Google Skillz!
The cases are ECS Composite cases.
Here's a link to a 3U on EBay.
Here's a link to a 5U that looks pretty frackin' familiar.
The version you have is one of their legacy cases (no longer in production). Though they still do produce rolling rack cases.
They start at about $1700...
Found a black version of yours (4U) on EBay for about $320.
And, the seller's name is a coincidence (i.e. it's not me).
The 5U linked above has a couple listings in the $375 range.
Been running this rig 6+ years upgrading/replacing parts as needed.
Antec Nine Hundred
Q6600 @ 2.4GHz,
Thermaltake TMG i1
NFORCE 680i SLI
Corsair XMS2 6GB DDR2-PC6400
Here is my recently completed build:
Although I really do love my Caselabs SM8 case the thing is huge! And heavy. I thought it would be fun to do a mATX build but it was definitely a challenge. The pictures are rev2 of the build that took place over the weekend.
Intel Core i7-4770k
Asus Maximus VI Gene
2x4GB Crucial Dominator Platinum DDR3-2400
2x MSI 7970s w/ Heatkiller GPU-X3 waterblocks installed
128 GB Patriot Pyro SSD
500 GB Samsung 840 SSD
Swiftech MCP35x2 Pump
2x Swiftech MCR220-XP Radiators
4x Scythe GT AP-15 Fans
Seasonic 1000w Platinum (Lepa 1600w soon?)
Maximus V Extreme
GTX690 (going to 3x r290x soon w/ EK blocks)
GT AP15 x19
Radiators: 3x4x120, 1x3x120
April Music DP1 DAC
Audeze LCD2 R2 Headphones
Emotiva Airmotiv 5 monitors
MDPC Sleeving - not complete yet
Here are my specs:
Delided 3770K @ 5Ghz 1.45v
16GB Dominator Platinum 2133 @ 2600Mhz (light bar removed to fit fans on radiator)
Asus Maximus V Extreme
2 MSI GTX 780 Lightnings (Max Overclock 1463Mhz @1.325v) 1333mhz 1.25v reg gaming
2 Intel 520 SSD 240GB Raid 0
2 WD Black 1TB Raid 1
2 Viewsonic 24 LED
1 Asus 27 2560x1440p
Alphacool NexXxoS Monsta Dual 140mm Radiator (For front of the case)
Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 Full Copper Dual 140mm Radiator (For top of the case)
XSPC RayStorm CPU Water/Liquid Cooling Block - SPECIAL RED VERSION
2 EK-FC780 GTX Lightning - Acetal+Nickel
EK-FC Terminal DUAL Parallel 3-Slot
EK-D5 X-RES 100 CSQ - Acetal (To save space)
PrimoChill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT Tubing 1/2"ID x 3/4"
EK EKoolant Premium Liquid Cooling Premix Coolant - 1L - Blood Red
The last picture is old and you can see the Arc Midi R2 Under the desk. I couldn't fit everything into the R2 when i bought my 2 Lightnings and had to go with the Obsidian 750 D
i need to clean
Nice Rig! How do you like the HP monitors?
Nice Rig! How are you likin' those HP monitors?
thanks, appreciate it. actually in the process of building myself a Galant Style Desk, as they are waaaaaaaay to expensive here in Germany
But the monitors are great, just purchased 3 Vesa Adapters to mount these. I will be posting pics as soon as the desk is complete and monitors are mounted.