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  • tuzalovtuzalov Member Posts: 183

    Originally posted by darknss

     

    Kinda overkill to watercool the southbridge, as it doesnt get hot at all now that most things are moved to the IOH. :)

    Not that overkill and it looks nice all shiny an chrome I need replace the ROG red light with a green one lol that build was annoying so I kinda just leave it alone. and its actually cooling the NB and SB.

     

  • darknssdarknss Member Posts: 24

     

    Yea it sure looks cool, you did an amazing job on it.

    If I was using that christmastree my kids would be on the computer like flies drawn to light and wreak havoc. :)

  • just2duhjust2duh Member Posts: 1,290

    This is about right: http://www.treehugger.com/50-year-old-computer.jpg

    YEAH!

     Well that's how I feel after looking at those pics haha.

  • sudosudo Member UncommonPosts: 697

    32" hdtv and a keyboard good for coding. Gaming is rarely done at the desk on this pc lately, mostly playing games on my bed with a gamepad.

    "Only in quiet waters do things mirror themselves undistorted.
    Only in a quiet mind is adequate perception of the world."
    Hans Margolius

  • SkillzerooSkillzeroo Member Posts: 96

    32" LED, 120hz TV (1080p)

    Onkyo TX-SR601 Reciever

    BeyerDynamic DT770 Pros

    Polk Audio Monitor 30 Series II (And some polk 10" sub)

    DECK Legend / Razer Deathadder

    Custom built desk, computer.. Used to water cool (Black and white case) but I switched back to air.. Also built a case meant for watercooling by hand over the summer. Working with metal is fun :D. Never finished it, though.

    Sorry for the low quality of the first pic.. That build was last year and I lost the "real" pic in a reformat, only place I found it online was as my avatar on overclock.net.

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    Old Specs: Custom HAF 932 - i7 920 @ 4.42ghz - 6gb Mushkin Redline 2000mhz - EVGA 3x SLI - Corsair 850w - Custom WC Loop (Apogee XT block) - 2x 5870 - 2x WD Caviar Black 750gb

    New Specs: Silverstone FT02 - i7 920 @ 3.8ghz (1.17v, I got a golden chip) - 6gb Mushkin Redline 2000mhz - Asus Rampage III Extreme - Corsair 1000w - Noctua D-14 - 2x EVGA Black Ops (Superclocked) 580 - 2x WD Caviar Black 750gb (Raid0) + Intel x25-V SSD. All cables hand sleeved by me.

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  • tuzalovtuzalov Member Posts: 183

    I occasionaly play my PC on my 52" this is my gaming setup for my xbox and ps3 and sometimes the PC lol.

     

     

     

     

    Pictured below is actually a 1080p wallpaper on the TV Screen that I took pic of lol.

     

    And so  is this.

     

    Might aswell throw this in my great 2010 beef jerky order LOL,thats what I lived on when building that computer ;)

  • sudosudo Member UncommonPosts: 697

    thafireball, how do you like that setup? I'm thinking about using my old 19" lcd for work and browsing once again and the hdtv for movies and games only, so I'm thinking of either putting the tv right above the monitor or putting it on the opposite wall in my room (wil need a long cable for this, kinda worried about picture quality or response time)

    Any ideas, suggestions?

    "Only in quiet waters do things mirror themselves undistorted.
    Only in a quiet mind is adequate perception of the world."
    Hans Margolius

  • LurvLurv Member UncommonPosts: 405

    Wanted to do a lot more but I was on a budget for an apartment and stuff. But I'm pretty content. 3 monitors would be nice though. Or a really big one. But here it is. My Bloodlust AMD build. Specs are on forum signature.

     

    New build in progress.
    Stay tuned!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • LurvLurv Member UncommonPosts: 405

    Nice build. Very well put together. No spaghetti wire messes. lol.

    New build in progress.
    Stay tuned!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • LurvLurv Member UncommonPosts: 405

    Originally posted by tuzalov

    i7 980x

    12 ggbs Corsair ddr3

    Rampage III

    ATI 5970

    Corsair 1000w psu

    Obsidian Case

    x2 Swiftech rads

    Apogee CPU cooler

    nb/sb cooler

     

     

    Took about a month to build most annoying was the individual sleeving tedious and frickin boring as hell :p

    3fan Rad tucked away inside on the top and 2 fan rad on the back along with a chiller stuck in the inside front.

    Sweet. I had originally installed a Corsair H50 on my CPU and it leaked onto my MOBO, the pcie slots, video cards and  on bottom of case only a few days after build. I was freaking out. Cleaned it up and let it dry for a few days. Luckily everything still worked. I still like water cooling even though my V6 keeps it under 55°c under full load clocked a 4GHz. But I'm going to actually build it myself this time. But for now I'm just happy that it survived.

    New build in progress.
    Stay tuned!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • LurvLurv Member UncommonPosts: 405

    Originally posted by AmazingAvery

    Here are some of my setup, specs in signature, just moved into new place and sorting stuff out/unpacking. Crysis 2 signed artwork on wall and the infamous signed AoC chick too.

    and some of the goods with inquisitive cat who likes boxes image

    Glad your Corsair watercooling worked out for you. Mine leaked.

    New build in progress.
    Stay tuned!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Loke666Loke666 Member EpicPosts: 21,441

    AMD Phenomenah II 3,2 Ghz X6 (watercooled by a Corsair H50 system)

    ASUS Crossfire IV

    NVIDIA 480 GTX

    8GB Corsair DDR3 1600

    4x Intel X-25 SSD raided with raid 10

    1 Seagate Barracude IV 1,5 GB

    1 Icebox with 2 Western digital Caviar 1,5Gb drives in

    Corsair 950W PSU

    Samsung DVD burner

    Philips Brilliance 24"

    HP Color Laserjet 1600 + Canon LIDE scanner (together my color copier, very useful)

    Logitech trackman + Mediatech keyboard

    I aint taking any pictureas of it, I have it in a huge old Chietek MIDI tower, it is huge and give great cooling but it ain't pretty. Besides, it is the inside that matters. :)

    Edit: Forgot sound. Creative X-FI USB plugged to my stereo, a Hartman/Kardon with JAMO 160W speakers.

  • LurvLurv Member UncommonPosts: 405

    Originally posted by lordessedess

    Originally posted by gravenz

    Morning in the control room <img class=" src="http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs216.snc4/39155_455024679251_681379251_6196073_594733_n.jpg" />

    AMD Phenom II x4 955 BE

    8GB RAM (4 x 2GB Mushkin) (I plan on upgrading to 16GB soon)

    MSI 790FX-GD70 Mobo

    EVGA GeForce GTX 285 (soon to be Sparkle GeForce GTX 480)

    640GB WD HD

    1250W Sparkle PSU

    32" Flatscreen Samsung monitor

    I use a Nostromo n52 keypad and a Logitech trackball mouse.

     I'm just curious, don't those windows behind the monitor cuase visabilty problems? there sure is alot of light comeing through them :)

    Haha. We have the same case.

    New build in progress.
    Stay tuned!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • LurvLurv Member UncommonPosts: 405

    Originally posted by Mehve

    Case: Silverstone LC20B

    Proc: i7 920 @ 4Ghz

    GPU: GTX280

    Memory: 6GB

    HDD: 600GB VRaptor, 2 640GB WD Black.

    PSU: Seasonic X-750

    Monitor: Dell 3007WFP

    Water: Lots

    Nice squeeze into that case. But the wire mess is killing my eyes. Is that manga I see in the background?   (0_o)

    New build in progress.
    Stay tuned!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • ReizlaReizla Member RarePosts: 4,073

    Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) II X3 425 Processor (3 CPUs) ~2.7GHz

    Memory: Corsair 2x2Gb 800Mhz

    Hard Drive: 1.210Gb :: SeaGate ST3250820AS :: SAMSUNG HD642JJ :: Western Digital WD3200AAJB

    Video Card: EVGA geForce GTX460 SuperClocked 768Mb

    Monitor: iiyama ProLite E2208HDS

    Sound Card: Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Champion

    Speakers/Headphones: JBL Creature II / Sennheiser PMX 60

    Keyboard: Logitech G11

    Mouse: Logitech MX518

    Mouse Surface: € 2.99 foam pad

    Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

    Motherboard: Asus M4N72-E

    Computer Case: CoolerMaster Centurion V :: CoolerMaster Real Power M620

    Thinking to upgrade the CPU to a X6 so I can play EQ2 in maxed settings :p Also musing about SLI, but I need a good heathsink (vent to top or back) for the 2nd GPU, because the original fan is very close to the bottom of the case :(

    AsRock 990FX Extreme3
    AMD FX-8350 ~4.0Ghz
    32Gb DDR3 1600Mhz (GEiL/Corsair)
    MSI GTX970 GAMING 4Gb + 3x HD monitor 1920x1080

  • ZinzanZinzan Member UncommonPosts: 1,351

    Originally posted by Karmakazi

    Originally posted by Biohazard931

    Originally posted by Karmakazi

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    Q6600 2.4ghz

    4gb ocz 800mhz ddr2

    500gb hd

    ATI HD 4850 512mb

    22" lcd

    dell on a 350w PSU for 2 years :D lol

    Bad rig.

    You're totally right. It's a horrible computer. I've been playing the latest and greatest games fully maxed out with it for the past 3 years and going but it's completely horrible in every way, shape and form. troll more

    It's not a bad rig at all.

    My rig is a bit more powerful, but it has the Q6600 overclocked to 3.06 and it runs anything I can throw at it at max settings easily. This is a very under-rated processor, mainly because it's cheap and a quad, but it matches my other dual core (E8600, not overclocked though, this is a beast if you clock it) which certain "reputable" overclockers claim should eat it alive while gaming.

    Ok, I have 1600 DDR3 (8 gig), A GTX280 and 700w PSU, but it still uses the same chip.

    Another point is the RAM, people (read: trolls) turn their noses up at DDR2, if it's not DDR3 or DDR5 it's "bad", which is nonsense. Same for the PSU, some people think a small PSU is bad, which again is nonsense, as long as it's enough to juice the puppy, it's all good. Personally i think often a persons PSU is like a hardware e-peen, whoever has the biggest is the best....obviously :)

    Just a footnote, don't overclock it unless you know what your doing and have the right mobo/heatsink/fan combo to make it work and keep it cool. I burnt one of these chips out a while back and an E8500 not long after screwing around trying to squeeze every bit of juice out of it (yes, i realise this was really really stupid). Had the Q6600 OC'd to 3.06 for 2 years now without any hiccups.

    Expresso gave me a Hearthstone beta key.....I'm so happy :)

  • LurvLurv Member UncommonPosts: 405

    Personally I like seeing all different kinds of setups. From the smoking new, visually appealing to the underpowered clunkers that still manage to run games. Hey. If it's all you have, then it's at least enough to play MMOs.........hopefully. Actually I'm thinking about building a decently spec'd PC in a f$%^ up case. Maybe  a cheap steel one and drop it from my window, back my truck into it, hit it with some tree limbs and let it sit out in the rain, wipe it out after it dries, install my parts and write in sharpie, "Who needs a side window when you have half the side panel missing?" Maybe take a hatchet a couple of times to the top to allow more ventilation. I can see it now. Damn.

    New build in progress.
    Stay tuned!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • inBOILinBOIL Member Posts: 669

    RME hdsp 9652  - for ears

    Sanyo PLV-Z4  - for eyes

    Cooler Master stc-t01-uw1  - for hardware

    Sentinel Advance - main weapon

     

     

    Generation P

  • AutofireXIIIAutofireXIII Member Posts: 35

    Currently running:

    23 inch 1080p HP HD screen

    intel i5 750 @ stock

    Zipman silent pro processor fan

    2x 2gb G.Skill Ripjaw ram (1333mhz)

    Ati radeon 5850 (1gb) graphics card

    Gigabyte UD3 motherboard

    Creative Soundblaster Fatal1ty soundcard.

    Samsung F3 Spinpoint 1gb HDD

    Corsair modular 700 watt PSU

    Coolmaster stacker 830 gaming case

     

    Misc:

    Logitech Z5500 5.1 surround sound speakers

    Logitech G15 keyboard

    Logitech G9x mouse

    Bose headphones

    Vivex platronics headset (I picked this up as a gift from SOE Fan Faire 2008 hehe)

     

    Overall i'm really happy with it :) Runs very well and can't really see a need to upgrade anytime soon. The headphones and Logitech Z5500's are the major selling point though.

    Autofire

  • maotao11maotao11 Member Posts: 1

    this is mine

  • BademBadem Member Posts: 830

    Case  CoolerMaster CM Stacker 831 Silver Aluminium Case

    Processor (CPU) Intel® Core™2 Quad Q9400 (2.66GHz) 1333MHz FSB/6MB Cache

    Motherboard ASUS® P5N-D: DDR2, SATAII, 2 x PCI-e x16, 2 PCI, 2 x PCI-e x1

    Memory (RAM) 4GB CORSAIR XMS2 800MHz

    Graphics Card 1024MB GEFORCE 9800GT

    Monitor  LG W2452T 24 INCH WIDESCREEN

    All vanilla no overclokcing or anything, works ok but I seem to have some bottleneck on my ADSL as i get a fraction of my Broadband speed :( 

     


    Motherboard ASUS® P5N-D: DDR2, SATAII, 2 x PCI-e x16, 2 PCI, 2 x PCI-e x1


    Memory (RAM) 4GB CORSAIR XMS2 800MHz - LIFETIME WARRANTY! (2x2GB)


    Graphics Card 1024MB GEFORCE 9800GT PCI Express + DVI + TV-OUT

     


    Motherboard ASUS® P5N-D: DDR2, SATAII, 2 x PCI-e x16, 2 PCI, 2 x PCI-e x1


    Memory (RAM) 4GB CORSAIR XMS2 800MHz - LIFETIME WARRANTY! (2x2GB)


    Graphics Card 1024MB GEFORCE 9800GT PCI Express + DVI + TV-OUT

  • RobgmurRobgmur Member Posts: 322

    Corsair Obsidian Series 650D Mid-Tower Gaming Case


     i7-990X  3.46 GHz OC'd 20%


    Bigfoot Killer E2100 GbLAN


    Liquid Cooling Kit 240MM  Dual Fan


    Guerrilla Intel X58 Chipset SLI


    12GB DDR3/1600M triple channel


    2 x  GTX 580 3GB 


     1,100 Watts power supply


    640GB SATA-III


    80 GB Intel 320 SSD


     


    costing close to 3000$ :(


    Runs anything through the roof though


     


     


     

    *Corsair Obsidian Series 650D *i5-2500K OC'd ~ 4.5
    *Asus P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 mother board
    * Radeon HD 7970
    *8GB (4GBx2) 1600MHz Kingston HyperX
    *240GB Corsair Force GT Series SATA-III SSD

  • yan55555yan55555 Member Posts: 19

    This is mine :)

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  • marinridermarinrider Member UncommonPosts: 1,556

    How do some of you wire your cases so well?  I've used modular power supplies while hiding the cords behind the motherboard tray using tie wraps and everything and it ever comes out like some of these.  These computers look like they dont have any wires in them at all and I dont get it!

    I guess wiring is just not my forte.

  • cukimungacukimunga Member UncommonPosts: 2,258

    Processor: Intel Core i5 2500K 

    Cooler: Thermaltake Black Widow Spin Q

    Memory: Corsair Vengance 2 x 4gb 1600mhz

    Hard Drive: 1tb Caviar Black, 1tb Segate External HHD

    Video Card: Diamond 6850 

    Monitor: 19" Acer

    Sound Card: Using onboard sound

    Speakers/Headphones: Logitech 5.1 Surround Sound

    Keyboard: Random Compaq

    Mouse: Random Optical mouse

    Mouse Surface: Nvida mouse pad

    Operating System: Windows 7 Home Primium 64-bit

    Motherboard: Asus P8P67 Pro (Rev 3.0)

    Computer Case: Antec 300

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