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Dust is computers best friend
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Quote:
Originally Posted by RushMore1205 View Post
Dust is computers best friend
Yes, they love it so much the fans sieze and the PSU's pop in the clinch...
...just like on my Dad's machine yesterday so, I told him he would need to set snares
for the dust bunnies that would evolve in his case if he wouldn't clean it out at least once a month.

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Uh Kevin, the shots on page 392 would be better than those of my dusty dirty filthy rad.

Thanks so much for the thread though.
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Overhauled again, and modified the water-block too so it is high flow now. Going for 5GHz in the morning.....running 4.5GHz/1.5v all the time. Ahhhhhhh

What I did was removed the o-ring around the center and cut 4 grooves so more water can get through. I don't think it was designed with 3 gallons a minute in mind.




Edited by ny_driver - 9/1/10 at 9:38pm
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A little update from my little rig:

New case came in a few days ago.


So I removed all the hardware and other things from the old atcs 840, and installed them in the HAF.
Push fan on the inside of the case, pull fan outside. Gives a bit more space on the inside!


GTX 460 and PSU installed.


Cable management: It looks a lot better now, all the cables on the bottom are hidden, same for the fan cables behind the mobo tray and 5.25" bay.


A look through the window


Its red



Thats it for now. The rig needs some better cpu/gpu cooling soon. Gtx480 incoming. I guess I should watercool at least the gtx, and maybe the cpu too.
Anyways, I love this case so far, really good cooling and a lot of options etc.

Here is the link to the worklog
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The Rad is on fire !
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Dual radiator cooling. Quad at the top, Dual at bottom.
Layout is Res > Pump > 2XRad > GPU 1 > GPU2 > Chipset > Quad Rad > CPU > ...Res


ASUS GTX 480's with EK backplates. Bitspower fittings.


Sleeved Tygon 1/2" tubing. EK-Supreme Acetal CPU water block cooling Intel 6-Core i7 Gulftown 980X. EK full cover block for Rampage 3 cooling North and South Bridge.


ASUS GTX 480's SLI cooled by EK FC480 waterblock


Sleeved Corsair HX1000 PSU. Custom painted Noctua P12 fans cooling EK Quad Radiator. 3M Carbon fibre vinyl covering Corsair blue branding and SLI connector.


Corsair 800D case. Laing D5 water pump, EK BAY spin Reservior.

Edited by koruki - 9/2/10 at 5:43pm
    
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koruki, how did you get the dual rad at the bottom without removing the hard drive cage? everyone else has always removed it. thanks.
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