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Alright, here I go...This is where I'm doing most of the work, but the case is still in the garage. I have recently added a 6ft banquet table on the left...For my work area.

Oh yea, i need to clean up..

Is This too Big???

I only have options for 1600x1200
1600 (3:2)
1280x960
and 640x480

Guess I'll start using the latter of them.

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Ok, I need to know, what do you all prefer, do you guys want thumbnails to high res pics, or embedded low res pics?
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I like the size you posted above 640x480. IMO it takes to much time to click on everythumbnail, I like to be able to just see them.
    
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Alrighty...I'll be doing that from now on..
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WOW you got allot of hardware

seeing every ones case and working on it makes me sad.... cause i have to wait till the end of december for i can build in my hardware
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WOW you got allot of hardware

seeing every ones case and working on it makes me sad.... cause i have to wait till the end of december for i can build in my hardware
LOL, there's a lot more too...

This is on the other side of my room :

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WOW you got allot of hardware

seeing every ones case and working on it makes me sad.... cause i have to wait till the end of december for i can build in my hardware
Hands on is fun, but planning your next move is even more important. I cant tell you how many times I rack my head trying to figure out where I am going to route all my cables. I think I have it figured out, and as soon as I do something, the whole plan changes. so if I were you, plan EVERYTHING! make sure you have all your stuff! nothing more frustrating then to have to put your project on hold because you forgot to order a $5 part and have to wait a week for it to arrive!!

By the way wilson, when are you going to leave your house because I am goign to come over and steal that monitor! ITS HUGE!


re: that last picture......and I thought I had a lot of stuff!!!
    
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LOL, there's a lot more too...

This is on the other side of my room :

[url]http://img142.imageshack.us/img142/1610/dsc00073hk4.jpg[/Iurl]
wow you can almost begin your own hardware store

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Hands on is fun, but planning your next move is even more important. I cant tell you how many times I rack my head trying to figure out where I am going to route all my cables. I think I have it figured out, and as soon as I do something, the whole plan changes. so if I were you, plan EVERYTHING! make sure you have all your stuff! nothing more frustrating then to have to put your project on hold because you forgot to order a $5 part and have to wait a week for it to arrive!!

By the way wilson, when are you going to leave your house because I am goign to come over and steal that monitor! ITS HUGE!


re: that last picture......and I thought I had a lot of stuff!!!
yeah i know, but the problem is i ain't got a big budget and can only buy 1 or 2 big pieces of hadrware the month. My DDR and second graphics cards won't come in untill januari/februari. In Decemeber i will get an CPU, CPU cooler, Fan controller, CCFL kit, and some other little stuff. now the biggest problem i got when it comes to building it in is the fan controller and planning where all the wires will go... i'm guessing i will mount and de-mount my mobo allot until i'm satisfied
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Ira, what exactly is the "head" of a pump, I have been trying to research and understand exactly what wikipedia was talking about, but I didn't really understand it. Does it just mean that's the longest amount of tubing you can use?

Also, if I can figure out how to make this shroud, I think it will look pretty trick...=)


Anyone got any other ideas...could use a little motivation..LOL
Head is how far a pump can push a vertical colum of water at free flow..The 350 could push it straight into the air around 13', pretty amazing for such a tiny pump....You can also look at head as being the pressure in your loop, the higher the head the more pressure you will have and that means more flow even through restrictive water blocks.....

Even though the 350 doesn't show much lph flow in real world applications it can out perform pumps that show much more flow but have a lower head. ....Like the 18W DDC with a good after-market top can out flow the D-5, even though it shows it as having a lower flow rate, but the 21' of head means it is able to push that lower flow through the system more efficiently.....

EDIT: LOL, Looks like your as big a pack rat as I am....I like the above pic's also....
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dang howd I miss that about the water head?

Ya basically what Ira said. but at 13' you will have 0 gph...it will just trickle out. basically the more vertical you go, the more water (pressure and weight) you have pushing down or against the up-flowing water, so you reduce the gph or volume it can push. so lets say at 1' head (1' vertically away from the pump) you have 300 gph. then at 5' you might have 225 gph, then at 10' you might have 75 gph.....got it?

Also, bends, 90's, restrictions, etc....also reduce you overall head/gph. horizontal runs though dont affect anything....atleast not nioticible unless you run some crazy amount like 100' horizontally.

hth
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