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post #1 of 9 Old 07-02-2007, 10:36 PM - Thread Starter
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i got an 8800gts ko to fit in a mini atx case

pics will most likely be up tommor when i find the camera

specs are in signature. only thing next to upgrade is a cooler, anyone know of any good short cpu coolers for am2?

also will have 3dmark scores too

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33c idel

and around 39 load

not to bad for a mini i guess

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yea i ran 3dmark 06 last night and i scored a 7400

not bad for stock i would say

overall im impressed and very happy =)

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post #4 of 9 Old 07-03-2007, 05:46 PM
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Nice Rig. Lucky you fit all that stuff in there .
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Nice Rig. Lucky you fit all that stuff in there .
thanks =)

it came with a price though, i cant tell you how many times i sliced my hands in there, holy sharp edges.

Oh and i forgot to mention my custom light switch, i got tired of reaching around to turn on the cathrode, so that huge red switch is for the lights =)

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Man that looks like alot of work getting that card stuffed in there. Nice Job.
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Your case looks just like this one: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811144161

This is the case I'm planning to get: http://www.boxgods.com/dept/htpc-sff...&ID=212&Page=1
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yea the ultra box is just like the apevia one but its a tad bit longer so you can fit a full size cdrom drive and psu. and is a litle bit sturdier

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thanks =)
i cant tell you how many times i sliced my hands in there, holy sharp edges.

****, my Zalman 9700 has something against my fingers/hands. They literally made the fins with razor-sharp edges... and I've bled A LOT over moving my hand in, or around my 9700 (not while it was on)

I read a review on someone who did that with his 9700 before I bought mine, and I was thinking "wow, maybe he just scraped it really hard" but no... They are really that sharp. Keep wires and fingers away! save your babies! it will eat them!

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