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Done.

need more zip ties :S

More case pictures from here http://konkistadori.jalbum.net/Building-CM-840-ACTS
Edited by Konkistadori - 5/5/10 at 8:11am
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Sweet looking build, Konkistadori.
How loud is that cooler?
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Holy Huge Pics Batman! Lol. made my work computer slow as hell for about 5 minutes. Nice silver beast.
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Sweet looking build, Konkistadori.
How loud is that cooler?
Thanks!

Well if using full rpm its like "humm" sound but loud enough to disturb movie watching.. On low rpm you cant hear it.. ATCS fans are louder when noctua is low rpm about 800rpm..

this case makes weird sound.. like "humm...hummm..hummm.." at very low frequency..

Sorry about these HUGE pics i remove them if needed.

i need fan controller these case fans are too loud :s

atm heatsink fan is spinning 456rpm temps are 23-26celsius..
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Holy Huge Pics Batman! Lol. made my work computer slow as hell for about 5 minutes. Nice silver beast.
How this can even slowdown your rig .

Planning to paint/powder coat inside/outside.

this case is huge O.o but weighs less than p182 lol


Fixed "humming" sound from this case.. removed one top fan..
Sidepanels are vibrating which makes some low freq noise also..
Edited by Konkistadori - 5/5/10 at 9:32am
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How this can even slowdown your rig .

Planning to paint/powder coat inside/outside.

this case is huge O.o but weighs less than p182 lol


Fixed "humming" sound from this case.. removed one top fan..
Sidepanels are vibrating which makes some low freq noise also..
Not my rig, my computer at work. Its a P4 1.8ghz with 512mb of ram, tell me how it wouldnt bog it down lol.
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Not my rig, my computer at work. Its a P4 1.8ghz with 512mb of ram, tell me how it wouldnt bog it down lol.
lol!.. luckily it didint crash
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System Specification:
Intel DX58SO Smackover Motherboard
Intel Core i7 965 Extreme Edition CPU
OCZ (3x2GB) DDR3 PC3-10666 Platinum Low-Voltage Triple Channel Memory
OCZ (2x60GB) Core Series V2 SATA II 2.5" SSDs
Zotac GeForce GTX 295 Infinity Series Graphics Cards
Cooler Master Real Power Pro 1,000 Watt Modular PSU

Watercooling Spec:
Custom made CPU & Chipset Block based on Danger Den MCP-Chipset Blocks
Zotac GTX 295 Infinity GPU Blocks
Hardware Labs X-Flow GTX360 Radiator (custom made)
Hardware Labs GTX240 Radiator
Two Laing 18 Watt DDC Pumps
Two Dual Bay Reservoirs
Feser UV Liquid
Tygon 1/2in 3603 Hose













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System Specification:
Intel DX58SO Smackover Motherboard
Intel Core i7 965 Extreme Edition CPU
OCZ (3x2GB) DDR3 PC3-10666 Platinum Low-Voltage Triple Channel Memory
OCZ (2x60GB) Core Series V2 SATA II 2.5" SSDs
Zotac GeForce GTX 295 Infinity Series Graphics Cards
Cooler Master Real Power Pro 1,000 Watt Modular PSU

Watercooling Spec:
Custom made CPU & Chipset Block based on Danger Den MCP-Chipset Blocks
Zotac GTX 295 Infinity GPU Blocks
Hardware Labs X-Flow GTX360 Radiator (custom made)
Hardware Labs GTX240 Radiator
Two Laing 18 Watt DDC Pumps
Two Dual Bay Reservoirs
Feser UV Liquid
Tygon 1/2in 3603 Hose
do you work for zotac?

cuz your cases/pics are awesome
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No, no godofdeath but i have done a few promo mods for Zotac.

Anyway, just a simple 840 mount for a touch screen made from matching brushed aluminium held in with Blu-Tac which is why is not sitting true







Res is 800 x 600 but i've got it running next one down as its easier to use the touch function.



Quick YouTube of the Touch Screen in action
YouTube- Desktop Touch Screen Running Windows 7
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