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post #8056 of 9269

That room looks really nice Greyson!  Do your speakers need some breathing room away from the wall though?
 

post #8057 of 9269

In an ideal situation, probably, but this is what I have room for. If I move them farther out the stereo imaging is messed up unless I move my entire setup back to compensate and I don't really have room for that without things getting cramped.

post #8058 of 9269
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Originally Posted by hotdun View Post

+1, those were the good old days.  Nothing beats a custom WC setup.  It's way more expensive but the return is worth it.

 

 


Not Really.

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

Hold the phone, I think I recognise this rig...  tadzik1231?

post #8059 of 9269
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Originally Posted by AyeCee View Post

Hold the phone, I think I recognise this rig...  tadzik1231?

Yes, from XtremeSystems, here's the original thread link:

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?233842-Liquid-Cooling-Case-Gallery/page219

 

P.S. - Not mine people, just a good example of how custom WC shouldn't be compared to package deals like the Corsair H100.

 

Here's mine, not nearly as impressive as tadzik1231's build:

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Originally Posted by hotdun View Post

Yes, from XtremeSystems, here's the original thread link:

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?233842-Liquid-Cooling-Case-Gallery/page219

 

P.S. - Not mine people, just a good example of how custom WC shouldn't be compared to package deals like the Corsair H100.

 

Here's mine, not nearly as impressive as tadzik1231's build:

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Nice, and totally agree, custom water cooling is on a whole other level compared to the pre packaged stuff. Then again, I'd be grateful a h100, beats my stock intel cooling... (I feel sorry for my 3570k...)

post #8061 of 9269
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Originally Posted by Greyson View Post

In an ideal situation, probably, but this is what I have room for. If I move them farther out the stereo imaging is messed up unless I move my entire setup back to compensate and I don't really have room for that without things getting cramped.

Yo where did that awesome painting of the samurai go? I can take it off your hands for you if desired.

post #8062 of 9269
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Originally Posted by AyeCee View Post

Nice, and totally agree, custom water cooling is on a whole other level compared to the pre packaged stuff. Then again, I'd be grateful a h100, beats my stock intel cooling... (I feel sorry for my 3570k...)

I have a Core 2 Quad and I'm on stock cooling. I don't really shut down my computer. Every couple months or so it shuts off while I'm gone and I come back and it says over temp error, and I boot into the BIOS and watch the hardware monitor and wait for the temp to drop below 98C.

 

Whew!! I have another cooler but I'm too lazy to put it on because it has a bracket for the back of the mobo and I'd basically have to disassemble my whole computer. (The current Intel one is just push through clips)

post #8063 of 9269
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Originally Posted by hotdun View Post

Here's mine, not nearly as impressive as tadzik1231's build:

 

Awesome build bro. Like this a lot. Probably do something like this next year.

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1000

post #8065 of 9269
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Originally Posted by jtaylor991 View Post

I have a Core 2 Quad and I'm on stock cooling. I don't really shut down my computer. Every couple months or so it shuts off while I'm gone and I come back and it says over temp error, and I boot into the BIOS and watch the hardware monitor and wait for the temp to drop below 98C.

 

Whew!! I have another cooler but I'm too lazy to put it on because it has a bracket for the back of the mobo and I'd basically have to disassemble my whole computer. (The current Intel one is just push through clips)

Ouch, but considering you have another cooler at your disposal I would probably make the effort to install it. My old HP lappie used to over heat on me all the time, that thing was like a furnace I sware; was the main reason I built a desktop. As long as I'm not doing anything intensive, the stock cooler is just fine to be honest, It's sitting at a solid 32c now so can't complain! :D

post #8066 of 9269
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Originally Posted by jtaylor991 View Post

I have a Core 2 Quad and I'm on stock cooling. I don't really shut down my computer. Every couple months or so it shuts off while I'm gone and I come back and it says over temp error, and I boot into the BIOS and watch the hardware monitor and wait for the temp to drop below 98C.

 

Whew!! I have another cooler but I'm too lazy to put it on because it has a bracket for the back of the mobo and I'd basically have to disassemble my whole computer. (The current Intel one is just push through clips)

 

 

There are some inexpensive coolers with pushpins that work pretty well for stock speed or mild OC:

 

 

Such as

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835200056

post #8067 of 9269
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Originally Posted by AyeCee View Post

Ouch, but considering you have another cooler at your disposal I would probably make the effort to install it. My old HP lappie used to over heat on me all the time, that thing was like a furnace I sware; was the main reason I built a desktop. As long as I'm not doing anything intensive, the stock cooler is just fine to be honest, It's sitting at a solid 32c now so can't complain! :D

Hopefully I will eventually.

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Originally Posted by tool462 View Post

 

 

There are some inexpensive coolers with pushpins that work pretty well for stock speed or mild OC:

 

 

Such as

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835200056

Thanks! That one actually looks pretty good.

post #8068 of 9269

Nothing special, but here goes:

 

 

Close up of the left:

And the right:

 

 

Best part? The view biggrin.gif :

post #8069 of 9269
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Originally Posted by rpearce1475 View Post

Nothing special, but here goes:

 

 

Close up of the left:

And the right:

 

 

Best part? The view biggrin.gif :

 

 

omg... where ?
 

post #8070 of 9269
That good sir would be Bryant Denny Stadium, home of the Alabama Crimson Tide. I live in one of the fraternity houses across the street.
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