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post #21 of 60
Wow man that is going to legendary. Definitely one of the cleanest looking cases I've seen with that much modification done. Major props to you! When do you think you're gonna have it all up and running for some benchmarks?
post #22 of 60
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I got to give my friends at EVGA a massive shout for getting me some graphics cards out at such short notice

They are the EVGA GeForce GTX 480 Hydro Copper FTW which fill up the SR-2 board real nice.

I'm just not sure if the Coolermaster 1200 PSU will be able to handle all four cards and as the chassis needs to be starting it journey to CeBit this weekend i simply won't have time to test so not sure what to do for the best.

I think the best thing to do is install them all and sort it out when it gets back home as it won’t be running anything on the booth, just sitting there looking pretty.

Looks very nice though









post #23 of 60
WOW! such an epic build! i really like what u did with that case, its dead sexy. just one question. what Ram is that? lookerd like just generic ram?
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post #24 of 60
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........i'm off for a smoke

Sorry, i couldn't resist but don't they look nice with Carbon Bitspower connectors which were made in Carbon special for this mod

post #25 of 60
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Just busy loading W7 and all looking good so far

Still got a bit of cable managment to do and get the vents and window installed into the side panels then make sure its nice and clean but i've got the weekend to do that.

Quick picture of work in progress.

post #26 of 60
Holy crap!!! Pape 3 and you are still going! This is an EPIC upload.

Edit: sorry about splitting posts.
post #27 of 60
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I managed to get some final pictures before it went into the box so this is the last you'll see of it, i promise.......even i'm getting bored hahahaha





































post #28 of 60
dude i wish i had the time and money to do this. right now im using a case with no sides and no front. to turn it on i have to use a screwdriver.
post #29 of 60
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Got back from CeBIT late Thursday / early Friday after a 14 hour road trip and just having a quick look around to see if there was any feedback from the Coolermaster booth.

Some awesome pictures taken by Shoggy from Aqua-Computer and also a few of the booth babes from the Bit-Tech forum by bigkingfun





















post #30 of 60
I am Speechless. I have a spare CM 840 in black sitting here!! interested in making another rad box? I am not using this case and can have for the price of postage, coolmiester!
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