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post #4411 of 23525
Hey, I got somehting funny to throw in here all. My GF just came in and told me that MAC has released their new Tablet PC. They are calling it the I Pad.
Since then her all female writing communiy has made tons of menstral joke. Are they going to have a larger one called the i Pad MAX, or for discreet occasions the i Pon, and MANY other menstral MAC jokes. I laughed my @$$ off. Hopefully you all find it as funny.
post #4412 of 23525
Marauder, that's pretty funny. My dad said he was going to get one, and I begged him at the dinner table not to get an Apple product, especially one so similar to a computer. BTW, how did you get such low temps on your PC man?
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post #4413 of 23525
Low temps, frankly, I followed the directions

I am using a 115watt CPU, put a THIN THIN THIN bead of thermal compound (Artic Silver 5) on the CPU and kept brushing more off so I had the minimum I could and still cover the computer. I used Swiftech Apogee GTZ waterblock, 2x 3x120 stackable rads run in series instead of in parallel like the instructions say. I did that because all the water will have a longer path through the radiators.
I am using Ultra Kaze fans with a Kaze Master fan controller, run the fans around 2K RPM normally, I can get it nice and quiet by dropping down to 1600-1700RPM but temps go up.
The temps I gave were from idle after being on all nice in a room that's about 60F. After gaming for a few hours, it got up to about 34c under load, within about 2 minutes of being out it was back down to 21-22. Once it is idle for a time it will be back down to upper teens. Once i have the side panel on things may be different, might be a bit warmer.
Will be updating my build log today.
post #4414 of 23525
I wanna join the club!

post #4415 of 23525
Hi i would like to join the club!!
I have a Reassembly guide i put up on OCN too, just wondering incase you want to put it in the front page with all the other useful links =]

REASSEMBLY GUIDE - HERE


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Hi i would like to join the club!!
I have a Reassembly guide i put up on OCN too, just wondering incase you want to put it in the front page with all the other useful links =]

REASSEMBLY GUIDE - HERE


That looks cool. I really like what you did with th front fan.
post #4417 of 23525
Well I'm happy to say that I've finally finished my 4-5 month mod on the HAF 932. Heres some pics if you haven't yet seen it and sorry if this is the third time you've seen them. Much more in my build log.

















































It was this thread that got me started in the modding game.
Edited by FalloutBoy - 3/4/10 at 10:39pm
post #4418 of 23525
Beautifully done!
That is one immaculate build.
Now, get it turned on and do some gaming......thats what all that hardware is for anyway, after all that work (i know, a labor of love, but still) time to bust out a Jack and Coke, crank up a good game, relax and have some fun with your newly built beast of a system.

Also, giving you a vote for Mod of the Month. The detail level was what really sold me, all of the red/black contrast was an awesome touch, its always the minute detail that make projects go from good to great.
post #4419 of 23525
Hi ive been browsing around google and i just found your site here. I recently been diagnosed with HAF disease. It seems harmless. I think i will survive with a lil help from my friends, and by the look at the member list here im not alone. I bought my case a few days ago and began my journey.




I hope to find a cure here at Overclock.net if not then ill expect to make a HAFway life,,,,,lol
Edited by Ev1l_HAF - 1/28/10 at 2:09am
 
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Hi i would like to join the club!!
I have a Reassembly guide i put up on OCN too, just wondering incase you want to put it in the front page with all the other useful links =]

REASSEMBLY GUIDE - HERE
Both added and great guide Yummy (+rep), added to the front page!!
    
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