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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
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post #5061 of 28613
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Was just wondering... isn't such a thing too big to grab a hold on one of those tiny holes the fan grill is made out of?`You know, to get the first cut.
Mine isn't.
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post #5062 of 28613
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Was just wondering... isn't such a thing too big to grab a hold on one of those tiny holes the fan grill is made out of?`You know, to get the first cut.
The 1's i used was quite large and they fit ok, you'd basiscly put each part of the snips, 1 in each hole and snip
    
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Just a wondering gang. You're all going off cutting the top fan grill out. Do you think it has any structural stability to it? I'm thinking maybe on a different case it would but since we have the metal handles and all it doesn't.

Another curiosity. I love the range of implements of distruction that pop up but none of you even mention a diamond bit blade for the Dremel. I got 7 of them for $5- at Harbor Frieght and I wouldn't try to cut metal without them.
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Ok, try this again I accidentally closed all tabs. So I was writing here I am last night blathering on and on about all these vid card specs and today I find this:
Attachment 139190

If you zoom in and look to the right it says I have the Cypress edition of this vid card. Not Cypress Pro but all I have to do is try to clock it up a bit more and see if it holds. I still think I'll hold out to see what Nvidia is going to come up with.
I also finally successfully added the HAF 932 club to my sig line and found out I may belong to a group called "the blue crew" too. Ha ha! So much stuff, so little gaming getting done.

Further edit, I had the CCC run it's self testing on it and it automatically clocked up to 890 on the Gpu clock and 1290 on the Ram clock with only a 5c increase in temps, that's close to maximum on this cards design.

Edited by BriSleep - 1/29/10 at 5:32pm
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Ok, all those things in ya'lls sig lines are centered. Mine, as you may see aren't. They say right in the line "Center" start and end but they aren't so how do you make them center??

D'oh! Basic paragraphing, I get it. Never mind. Gotta go feed the wife and kids, maybe see you folks tonight or tomorrow A.M.

Does anyone worry about your water cooling just going quit? If you do, is there any way you monitor it? I wanted one of those thermaltake deals that spins around and takes the temp but it seems a hassle to install. I don't even know what size tubing this is.

Oh and my most humble of apologies to those I said they should never call it "water cooling". Seems Digital Storm put "distilled water" in my system. Now I have a great breading ground for bacteria in my computer. A few drops of ethylene glycol should fix that! Or maybe I'll drain it and refill with the glycol.
Edited by BriSleep - 1/29/10 at 6:35pm
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post #5066 of 28613
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Originally Posted by BriSleep View Post
Ok, all those things in ya'lls sig lines are centered. Mine, as you may see aren't. They say right in the line "Center" start and end but they aren't so how do you make them center??

D'oh! Basic paragraphing, I get it. Never mind. Gotta go feed the wife and kids, maybe see you folks tonight or tomorrow A.M.

Does anyone worry about your water cooling just going quit? If you do, is there any way you monitor it? I wanted one of those thermaltake deals that spins around and takes the temp but it seems a hassle to install. I don't even know what size tubing this is.

Oh and my most humble of apologies to those I said they should never call it "water cooling". Seems Digital Storm put "distilled water" in my system. Now I have a great breading ground for bacteria in my computer. A few drops of ethylene glycol should fix that! Or maybe I'll drain it and refill with the glycol.
Glycol is a heat transfer inhibitor. Don't let the know it all's fool you. Get some Bromine. Just takes a little. That's what we use in our water towers to prevent bioligics.
post #5067 of 28613
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Does anyone worry about your water cooling just going quit? If you do, is there any way you monitor it? I wanted one of those thermaltake deals that spins around and takes the temp but it seems a hassle to install. I don't even know what size tubing this is.
There is a little clear plastic monitor that they make that you put inline with your water cooling system. It has a red impeller inside that can be plainly seen moving with the current of the cooling system. Also I think Antec's control center will monitor flow as well electronically but most just use the colorful spinning impeller for monitoring the flow and rate of flow.
    
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There is a little clear plastic monitor that they make that you put inline with your water cooling system. It has a red impeller inside that can be plainly seen moving with the current of the cooling system. Also I think Antec's control center will monitor flow as well electronically but most just use the colorful spinning impeller for monitoring the flow and rate of flow.
Yeah General E, I'm pretty sure you're the one who gave me the link to that inline monitor, it's made by Thermaltake and you can get one that has a sensor in it that measures the temp as well. I'll looke up the Antec control center.
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Glycol is a heat transfer inhibitor. Don't let the know it all's fool you. Get some Bromine. Just takes a little. That's what we use in our water towers to prevent bioligics.
dkev, what is Bromine and where do I get it? What I've seen are little 99.9% pure silver coils that you put in the reservoir. Also what about the leak factor? I thought that was the whole idea of using glycol. I know the H50's are filled with glycol. My first set up was filled with Glycol, I don't know why they used distilled water in it this time, maybe because I didn't want any UV reactive fluid which is the only selection in thier "configurator".
Also how is it a heat transfer inhibitor? Is it because it's thicker than water? Should I get on the water cooling board and talk with them.
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