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Originally Posted by RonindeBeatrice;12670735 
I was going to say it looked like exactly 11mm to me biggrin.gif

LOL, a buddy on a porsche forum made this for me, it pretty well describes my system:
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Edited by oh_bother - 3/9/11 at 12:29pm
post #12 of 52
Wow very nice. This would make a great next gen console like the ps4, Component wise/Performance wise and it looks great.
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post #13 of 52
amazing... i wanted to do somethign like this but the psu held me back then i got a gf lol no chance now XD
you did a wonderfull job it looks great. Have you considered a water loop i think the only hard part woud be the rad
post #14 of 52
That is an amazing build man, major props and +rep to you good sir
    
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Thanks!

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Have you considered a water loop i think the only hard part woud be the rad

I have, I know these new water loops are nice and don't leak etc but I have had to many a computer turn into a Nintendo due to water on the graphics card. I decided to keep it simple and honestly there is no room at all, unless I made some kind of a heat exchanger for the top lid. That would mean I would need to get an anodizing setup, so tupperware full of acid... more precision machining.. the computer would take several more months... No.. I had to stop at air cooling to retain sanity.
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This would make a great next gen console like the ps4, Component wise/Performance wise and it looks great.
You offering me a job?
If I had a CNC setup I could have made it a bit nicer, the heat sinks are not exactly what I need and the front bevel has this odd trough in it that I don't like. It isn't a cube though that is the kicker.
post #17 of 52
O.o wow whats temps like with that gpu n cpu?

very nice

sooo whats next?
    
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ಠ_ಠ it's all up there maaaannn. last few paragraphs.
post #19 of 52
Simple amazing.

I'm very jealous. Haha. I wish I had the time, patience, know-how, and tools to do this. I gotta settle for a bit larger small case though (Elite 341).
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post #20 of 52
I'm impressed by the PSU. I'd like to see a guide or something on how you put it together. I found [unnamed company]'s site, and the $400+ (plus the ones you fried) for the components you used is probably more than all but the most hardcore minimizing modder would go for. Were they cool with you ordering small quantities of the DC-DC converters?

Hats off to you sir.
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