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"Photoshop Commando"
i think i would have do more significant chopping for that title. the computer is sexy with or without a emblem and screw holes any day.
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Do you use flash when using AV setting on camera? Or why this and few other of your pics looks weird?

Or is it just "hdr" effect side-effect (maybe too much hdr? How many pics you take to make hdr or do you make hdr from one photo?)

Looks GööD
Edited by Konkistadori - 7/1/10 at 1:11pm
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Do you use flash when using AV setting on camera? Or why this and few other of your pics looks weird?

Or is it just "hdr" effect side-effect (maybe too much hdr? How many pics you take to make hdr or do you make hdr from one photo?)

Looks GööD
Thanks

I use three different photos at different exposure compensation. Ill use photomatix to make the hdr. that is actually fairly light hdr.

the effect is all the tones of light represented to make unreal and almost fake look, but the side effect is the object glow. more detail the better with hdr.

here one i took of cd69scorp

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I ended up getting the Asus P6T7 WS 'supercomputer' board and i7 930 cpu..

I plan on having 12 gigs ram and possibly overclocking, a modest sized ssd and a big drive for storage, a dvd drive, maybe a cardreader, and probably no more than two high end SLI video cards

I was thinking of going with a 1000(+) watt psu

Any recommendations?

I like the Enermax ERV1050EWT REVOLUTION85+ 1050W and Corsair Professional Series Gold CMPSU-1200AX 1200W.

I read some horror stories about the Silverstone Strider ST1200 1200W.

Also my wall outlet is just 120volt, is that enough to power 1200 (or 1500) watt psu's?
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I've never gone wrong with Corsair PSU's. Have used them in all my builds as well as in most client builds I do and have yet to have one go bad.
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Excuse my english.

I have read some of this Thread but I´m not sure if Noctua nh-d14 fit well in this case.

I want place it with fans looking for the rear of the case and its fans in vertical position but i´m worried with the diagonal support beam at the top of the removable motherboard tray.

1 have a 775 socket matherboard (gigabyte UD3P)

Thank regards
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Hey everyone! I completed my first computer build a few weeks ago, and read through most of this thread beforehand as I was considering the ATCS 840, which I ultimately did buy. I just registered to overclock.net so I could join the club and share some photos of my project.

I wanted a case that would offer just about everything: versatility, expandability, ability to customize, great compatibility, excellent quiet cooling, and a classically elegant aesthetic. I believe the ATCS satisfies on all accounts, though I've never seen a perfect case.

I figured bigger was better, right? Well, there have been times I felt overwhelmed by this chassis, fearing that it could be too massive. But it's not a bad concern, as far as concerns go. Everyone who sees it for this first time is dumbfounded, which is rather fun to watch.

I thought such a big case would make building easy, but it present challenges of its own. The girders designed to support a top-mounted power supply or liquid radiator can obstruct your reach, as can the trusses that allow the expansion slot area to be removed with the motherboard tray. Wiring was by far the biggest headache, especially since I started getting a little obsessive and hard to please. I spent a lot of time just staring at the chassis and components feeling immobilized.

I just went through another ordeal installing a Scythe Kaze Master Pro. The whole wiring nightmare was relived. I must admit I'm happy with how everything turned out.

I'm definitely going to add a fan to the floor. I'm leaning towards a San Ace, but wondering if a Gentle Typhoon would be about the same and more convenient. I doubt the usefulness of the fan mounts behind the hard drive cage. I understand it can direct the flow of air towards graphics cards and such, but if a fan's not taking in air, exhausting air, or pushing/pulling air across a heat sink then it seems rather inefficient to me.

Finally, I was wondering if anyone has thought of closing off the space where you can mount a radiator with some metal milled so it can be screwed onto the rails. The top fans would obviously be rendered ineffective, but I don't really think they're that vital since they hover some distance over all the heat-producing parts. The loss of airflow should be compensated by adding a high quality intake fan to the floor, which also creates positive air pressure inside. I think it would help silence the system and help prevent dust build-up or (heaven forbid!) liquids from being spilled directly on the main board. It's a bit disconcerting for me to look down and see all my precious circuits through a mesh screen. Lastly, it would reduce a bit of the cavernous interior space, making the intake of cool air more effective.

Best Regards!



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Nice build! Can we have a picture from the other side so we can admire your cable routing?
     
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Excuse my english.

I have read some of this Thread but I´m not sure if Noctua nh-d14 fit well in this case.

I want place it with fans looking for the rear of the case and its fans in vertical position but i´m worried with the diagonal support beam at the top of the removable motherboard tray.

1 have a 775 socket matherboard (gigabyte UD3P)

Thank regards
I actually wanted to ask the same thing. Would appreciate if anyone could answer.
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Excuse my english.

I have read some of this Thread but I´m not sure if Noctua nh-d14 fit well in this case.

I want place it with fans looking for the rear of the case and its fans in vertical position but i´m worried with the diagonal support beam at the top of the removable motherboard tray.

1 have a 775 socket matherboard (gigabyte UD3P)

Thank regards
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I actually wanted to ask the same thing. Would appreciate if anyone could answer.
Some people have reported problems with the diagonal beam and a D14 on a 775 motherboard:
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I have two of these cases, one black and one silver. I have a question regarding cpu cooler compatibility, or more specifically the Noctua NH-D14 cooler. I attempted to install this into my case which has an evga nforce 780i board, but had no success. I ran into issues with both clearance on the motherboard (chipset cooler was too high) and with the diagonal support beam at the top of the removable motherboard tray. Has anybody had success installing this cooler into the ATCS 840?
Apparently, on a 775 motherboard the cpu is a bit more towards the edge than on a 1366 motherboard, so the latter shouldn't have this problem? Also watch out for RAM with large heatspreaders.
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