The Post Pics Of Your Rig Thread! - ABSOLUTELY NO COMMENTS

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caddys83

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Warning, still needs to be powdercoated ;)

Intel Core i7 980X @ 4.5Ghz 24/7
ASUS P6T6 WS Revolution
Corsair Dominator GT 6GB DDR3-2000 CL7 (Elpida)
ASUS EAH5970/G/2DIS/2GD5/
Highpoint RocketRAID 3560 24x 2 GB cache
1x Intel X18-M Postville 160GB
2x Intel X25-M Postville 80GB raid0
8x Hitachi Deskstar 7K2000 2TB raid5
2x Optiarc AD-7241S-0B
Samsung SyncMaster 245B 24"
Dell 1703 17"


Snip* Snip* Snip*


L3p D3sk Buildlog


Good Gawd :cool:
 

Cabbs

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Probably, but this doesn't. :D

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my case makes the 890gxm look so freaking tiny. dont worry though its just a place holder till i can get the money for a nicer ATX board. when i get the new board im going to sleeve the cables and paint the inside of the case black.
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heres my whole setup
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Hazard

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My wife's system I built Jan/Feb of this year. Please excuse the pics, they are from my crappy HTC Tilt.





i7 920
Noctua NH-D14
3 x 2GB Corsair XMS3 1600 (added 3 x 2GB G. Skill 1600 recently)
Gigabyte X58A-UD5
XFX 5850 Black Edition
Corsair TX750
Lian Li PC-7FNWB
Samsung 22x SATA DVD Writer
Currently re-using 2 x WD5000AAKS (until I can get a deal on a C300 SSD)
Logitech G9
Steelseries Merc Illuminating keyboard
 

Spotswood

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A commissioned oak and aluminum case.

  • Form factor: HPTX (EVGA's SR-2)
  • Dimensions: 46 x 27 x 35 inches (HxWxD)
  • Weight: 161 pounds
  • Materials: Solid red oak and oak veneer plywood, .10-inch aluminum sheet, .125-inch angle, all stainless steel fasteners
  • Finish: black wood stain with wipe-on polyurethane, black powder coating
  • Internal drive bays: 37 x 5.25-inch
  • PSUs: 2x
  • Two custom radiator mounting brackets to hold 4 x 140x4 radiators
  • 140mm case fans

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wra18th

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A commissioned oak and aluminum case.

  • Form factor: HPTX (EVGA's SR-2)
  • Dimensions: 46 x 27 x 35 inches (HxWxD)
  • Weight: 161 pounds
  • Materials: Solid red oak and oak veneer plywood, .10-inch aluminum sheet, .125-inch angle, all stainless steel fasteners
  • Finish: black wood stain with wipe-on polyurethane, black powder coating
  • Internal drive bays: 37 x 5.25-inch
  • PSUs: 2x
  • Two custom radiator mounting brackets to hold 4 x 140x4 radiators
  • 140mm case fans

That monster is beautiful. You, Sir, are an artist.:cool::cool::cool::cool::cool:
 
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CrazyV

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which fitting did you use to mout the res onto the pump like that?

I have since changed mine out for a black Mini version from BP so the gap was less and it went nicer with the build.

I any of these are like what I used:
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/bishsimatoma.html (Like in the Pic)
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/bishsimatoma1.html (Silver Mini version)
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/big14sididug.html (Different Version)
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/bimablmatoma1.html (The new one I am using)
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/bimablmatoma.html (Larger of the listed above)
 

dakrat

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here is my old Lian Li midtower that I modified to fit a 120x2 and a 120x1 rads. it is also my first time water cooling. please critique :)

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wra18th

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here is my old Lian Li midtower that I modified to fit a 120x2 and a 120x1 rads. it is also my first time water cooling. please critique :)

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Great job stuffing all that watercooling stuff in there.:cool: I'm looking to do the same in a modded PC-60.:D
I do suggest that you send some air over to the CPU area as the heat pipes around it rely on the CPU fan for air flow.
 

dakrat

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Great job stuffing all that watercooling stuff in there.:cool: I'm looking to do the same in a modded PC-60.:D
I do suggest that you send some air over to the CPU area as the heat pipes around it rely on the CPU fan for air flow.

thanks for the input, there is lots of airflow on the area. the two gentle typhoons on top rad pulls air from the outside and makes a left turn into the heatsinks :) plus the bottom gentle typhoon helps. I can feel a good amout of breeze if I stick my hand in there :). it doesn't get hot during prime95 small FFT either. Merry Christmas
 

wra18th

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thanks for the input, there is lots of airflow on the area. the two gentle typhoons on top rad pulls air from the outside and makes a left turn into the heatsinks :) plus the bottom gentle typhoon helps. I can feel a good amout of breeze if I stick my hand in there :). it doesn't get hot during prime95 small FFT either. Merry Christmas

Then you're good. Again, nice job.:D
 

Silent Knight

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My rig a year ago:
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And at the moment (i don't have camera with night mode so no night pic yet)
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Feel free to give me feedback :D
 
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cabech984

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AMD Phenom II 1090t @ 3.2 GHz
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ASUS Crosshair IV Formula
Crossfired XFX 6950's(2nd one in the mail)
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2 x OCZ Vertex 30gb SSD's in Raid0
WD Caviar Black 1 TB
WD Caviar Black 640GB(in the mail)
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Acer VH236H 23" screen
Creative T3130 2.1 speakers
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My first SFF:
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Intel Core i7 970 @ 3.2GHz
ASUS Rampage III Gene
PNY nVidia Geforce GTX 570
6GB DDR3-1600 Kingston HyperX
160GB Intel X-25 SSD
2TB Samsung Spinpoint F4
LG Blu-ray Burner
Cooler Master Silent Pro 850W
 

Jodiuh

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Nice little LAN rig you got there!

What happened to that PNY sticker, lol?
 

Cschill1290

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I had a BFG 9800GT that the sticker did the same thing. Weird. I ended up just peeling it off and getting the adhesive off with goo gone.
 

dclprojekt

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Ok so I've been a member now for two years and haven't even posted any pics of my rig, so here's a little timeline of pics for you all.

First rig 2007:


Second Rig 2009:
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The rig I share with my brother for now as I don't have one of my own built about 2 months ago:
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Hope you enjoy!
 

Cschill1290

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Just got this one put together about 3 weeks ago. Wanted something small (size and budget wise) this time around. My first mATX build since around 2003 too. Note that the yellow twist ties were temporary as I tried to find the best cable management solution and have since been replaced with black zipties. :p Cable management is not easy in a case like this. Almost no holes for routing or places to store extra cable length.

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Shaggy8675

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My semi new rig.
Got a new case, new hdd's, ssd etc. Old mainbord etc remaind. I like it, it's fast, and looks good :)

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