The 2013 Post Pics Of Your Rig Thread!

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by Steve, Mar 8, 2013.

  1. Cschill1290

    Cschill1290 [H]ard|Gawd

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    Loving this new case. First Corsair case I've ever had and I see many more in the future. Corsair Obsidian 350D for those that are interested. Probably going to put a black sleeved 24 pin extension I have laying around in there next day off. Not liking the splash of color in there. Also need some black SATA cables instead of the UV blue ones.

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    Edit: Added a sleeved 24 pin extension and the black SATA cables I wanted, along with an 8" white cathode and some white bladed fans. Here's how it sits now.
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  2. emir_

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    Some cleaning.

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  3. Bluesun311

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    Testing New Camera-Canon 6D:
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    Looking for suggestions on the easiest&cleanest way to get rid of the rats nest of Molex connectors I have assembled to make all the lighting strips work... I'm not in love with soldering but I can.
     
  4. Bluesun311

    Bluesun311 2[H]4U

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    Nvm I just pushed them all behind the "cable management" area somehow...
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  5. jamsomito

    jamsomito 2[H]4U

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    Nice rig. Is that side fan blowing outward? You might get better temps on your GPU's if you have it pulling in.
     
  6. Bluesun311

    Bluesun311 2[H]4U

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    Thanks! :)

    I used to have it the other way, but when I changed from a tower cooler to the little Corsair H55, I found I didn't have enough exhausts anymore and the cards actually prefer this config. I like using the 2 front 120mm's and the 2 140mm's on the top for intake, and this way I don't have to put an ugly filter in front of the fan in the window panel.
     
  7. jaffy

    jaffy [H] Custodian

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    Just put this together:

    Corsair 540 Air & H100 + everything seen in sig.

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  8. Midnite8

    Midnite8 Limp Gawd

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  9. Acidsuicide

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  10. gar818

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    Parvum S2.0

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  11. Blazeiam

    Blazeiam n00bie

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    My first water build!
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  12. JLangevin

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    Just a teaser until its done in the next week or two. This is not my PC, this is a build I am doing for a customer. Still have to plumb up all the PETG Tubing and wiring. All of the fans are currently wired, using power distribution blocks, its coming a long nicely.

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    Intel 4770K with EK Supremacy Block
    ASUS Maximus VI Formula with EK Full Cover Blocks
    32GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 2133
    EVGA GTX 780Ti SC SLI with EK FC Waterblocks
    Corsair 1200i PSU
    AlphaCool 560 Radiator (GPU Loop)
    AlphaCool 480 Radiator (CPU loop)
    PrimoChill Revolver Rigid Tube Fittings
    CaseLabs SMA8 Case
    EK 250 X3 Reservoirs


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  13. JayJapanB

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    Norprening it up.
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    Nice glass res.
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    Annnnd... no window.
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  14. JoeOnePack

    JoeOnePack Limp Gawd

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    Sweet looking rig man. Love the black theme.
     
  15. D4rkn3ss

    D4rkn3ss 2[H]4U

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    @JayJapanB - norprene, noctua, all black, aluminium, no window. i like your style man :cool:
     
  16. JayJapanB

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    Thanks, guys! I like investing in the little things.
    Also I happen to like some things that aren't so popular. Bare aluminium interiors, Noctua colours.

    Spot the difference :p

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  17. aerial-

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  18. AceGoober

    AceGoober Live! Laug[H]! Overclock!

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    Removed pic to place in 2014 thread.
     
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  19. Karlitos

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  20. EnvymeRT

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    Wow ....... after looking at this thread it makes me want to customize my PC. Some of these are absolutely incredible.
     
  21. mnpctech

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    The hardware is combination of old and new, since progress has been staggered over past 3 years. The chassis is a Cooler Master 912 turned 90 degrees, and it's been 3 years since the ASUS P67 Sabertooth TUF shield was airbrushed with the Giger theme. The system has two separate liquid loops, the stainless tube reservoir is for the Radeon Crossfire GPU loop (2x 270x) with Hardware Labs Black Ice 360 GTX. This radiator is cooled with Panaflo L1A (38mm thick, 68.9 CFM. Max. noise: 30.0 dB-A). The 360 radiator grill is from Mnpctech.com with D5 pump and Alphacool top, the CPU is 3570, 3.4 GHz, with Swiftech's new Apogee XL waterblock. This is a great waterblock for $69.99. It comes with interchangeable illuminated face plate, which my good friend EEL Ambiense designed a replacement with a Giger-esque design. The cpu loop is PETG hardline tubing with EK 190 & DDC res / pump combo with Hardware Labs Black Ice 120 GTX radiator. Both loops are running distilled water. The system utilizes 32GB of their ADATA's new XPG V2 DDR3, and their Premirer Pro SP920 256GB SSD. The power supply is Corsair 750W. I'll be using this PC in the shop for video editing primarily.

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  22. MouseTrap

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    ^Very Nice Work!!!^ Glad you finished it, now put it to work...lol
     
  23. Dave1231

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    Corsair Carbide 500r Case
    EVGA SuperNova 850
    AMD FX 8350 @ Stock Clocks for now
    Corsair Hydro Series H80i
    G Skill Ares 16GB 1866 RAM
    Gigabyte GA-9701A-D3P
    Adata Xpg SX900 256GB SSD
    Crucial 3.5 120gb SSD for Game Storage
    500gb HDD for Storage
    3 Bitfenix Alchemy SATA cables connecting these (Can't see unfortunately)
    XFX R9 270x in XFireX
     
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  24. CBlakeNS

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  25. Concentric

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    Holy shit, this looks awesome. Very nice work.
     
  26. Carouselambra

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    Did you make that Quake logo?
     
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  29. Mannymal

    Mannymal Limp Gawd

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    Man, watercooled rigs sure have come a long way since 2004...
     
  30. mangapc

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    Yeah I would agree.