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That's what it used to look like last month.

I've changed a few things now and I'm waiting for my last scraps of metal to arrive.

Then I can put the whole thing together, and ofc, take pictures popcorn.gif

sweet mama. + you're an audiophile that doesn't waste money on "gaming phones". Double win right there.

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Originally Posted by MkElement View Post

I have the 5's about 3 weeks now, and i do like it alot. Sound much better then my previous Edifier S330D 2.1 setup. And i don't think i need a sub with these speakers. normal_smile%20.gif

Thanks, good to know.

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Originally Posted by Amputate View Post

 

 

That's what it used to look like last month.

I've changed a few things now and I'm waiting for my last scraps of metal to arrive.

Then I can put the whole thing together, and ofc, take pictures popcorn.gif

Wow, is that water cooled memory? What modules are those?

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Originally Posted by jono454 View Post

Do the stand for your A2 make any audible difference?

 

Well it points them up directly to my head, so I think they are better that way.  I never put them flat on the desk, so I don't know if it's an audible difference.

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Originally Posted by Amputate View Post

 

 

 

That's what it used to look like last month.

I've changed a few things now and I'm waiting for my last scraps of metal to arrive.

Then I can put the whole thing together, and ofc, take pictures popcorn.gif

I know absolutely nothing about computers, but this just looks impressive. 

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My hobby before I started allowing it to share my wallet with head-fi beerchug.gif

bigger picture: http://i.imgur.com/m4rim.jpg

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You guys just have crazy rigs =S

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Originally Posted by Sniping View Post

You guys just have crazy rigs =S

+1

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My hobby before I started allowing it to share my wallet with head-fi beerchug.gif

bigger picture: http://i.imgur.com/m4rim.jpg

The tubing from rad to cpu looks awfully kinked! It might just be the perspective of the photo, but just thought I'd point it out. Nice rig btw, specs?

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Originally Posted by AyeCee View Post

The tubing from rad to cpu looks awfully kinked! It might just be the perspective of the photo, but just thought I'd point it out. Nice rig btw, specs?

it's just the perspective, the tubing i'm using is quite thick period, you have to TRY to kink it.. but rest assured, there are no kinks or anything to affect optimal pressure :)

 

psu: corsair ax750

gpu: msi 7970 with DangerDen full-cover copper block (one of the last before they went out of stock before they went out of business frown.gif)

cpu: i7 3770k with koolance 380i

ram: 16gb of samsung wonder ram (genuinely is as buttery smooth to OC as everyone made it out to be)

mobo: asus maximus V

rad: RX360 with 6x AP-15's in push/pull (only 3 in pull in the picture above, it was taken as I was bleeding out the system to show a friend)

two of the red LED fans you see in the back, coolermaster sickleflows that are sleeved by me, as are all of the cables you see.

all of my fans are controlled through my lamptron FC5.

post #7796 of 9269
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Originally Posted by Sniping View Post

Wow, is that water cooled memory? What modules are those?

Corsair Dominator GT

In my current build they aren't watercooled anymore though :P

There's no real point in doing so and it raises the temperatures on other parts.

 

If all my parts arrive and it turns out I have some extra space I might consider putting the block back on though rolleyes.gif

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I picked up a moveable monitor arm to put the 120Hz back into rotation.

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Edited by Draygonn - 1/16/13 at 11:38am
post #7798 of 9269
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Originally Posted by Draygonn View Post

I picked up a moveable monitor stand to put the 120Hz back into rotation.

 

Do i see a trampoline???  Nice setup by the way

post #7799 of 9269
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Originally Posted by Draygonn View Post

I picked up a moveable monitor stand to put the 120Hz back into rotation.

Are all those fans really necessary? I mean if you are going to piggy-back a high performance fan on a rad, then at least put it in push-pull. Honestly, the thermal solution on my pc are the 3 default case fans (1 in 2 ex), I have default Intel cooling, and a graphics card with a non reference cooler. (Bare in mind, I live in Australia, and it's the middle of summer) And my temperatures are all within reason, even after hours of gaming on a hot day.

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Originally Posted by AyeCee View Post

Are all those fans really necessary? I mean if you are going to piggy-back a high performance fan on a rad, then at least put it in push-pull.
The rad has push pull. The pull fan is behind the rad and can't be seen. What you are seeing is a shroud. It allows the push fan to get airflow to the center of the rad.

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Originally Posted by AyeCee View Post

Honestly, the thermal solution on my pc are the 3 default case fans (1 in 2 ex), I have default Intel cooling, and a graphics card with a non reference cooler. (Bare in mind, I live in Australia, and it's the middle of summer) And my temperatures are all within reason, even after hours of gaming on a hot day.
I have an I7 950 and 2 GTX 480s, extremely hot running components. I wanted the challenge of getting 480s to run cool and quiet without putting them under water. It took a lot of testing to get the airflow just right. Today's components run so cool you wouldn't need all the fans but it was a fun build at the time.
Edited by Draygonn - 1/15/13 at 2:38pm
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