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Discussion in 'Cases and modifications' started by eagle_ro, Mar 15, 2009.

  1. x.clay

    x.clay Well-Known Member

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    Lets see some pictures - before and after mods if possible! :D
     
  2. sNiPeRbOb

    sNiPeRbOb Water Cooled

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    i agree! pictures please! sorry but i was unable to get some internal shots of my sugo, and it didn't come on the trip back up to school, so it might be a couple of weeks before some internal shots surface, sorry Anledai
     
  3. svalentine

    svalentine New Member

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    I am using the Antec 1200, but after seeing the design and construction of Lian Lis from their site and hearing about other's satisfaction, I think i will use a Lian Li for the rest of my builds
     
  4. raztah

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    CPU:
    AMD A10 6800K Richland - Cooler Master Seidon 120M
    Motherboard:
    Asrock FM2A75M-ITX
    Memory (RAM):
    OCZ 2x2GB 1600Mhz
    Storage:
    OCZ 256GB Vector
    Graphics Card(s):
    XFX HD7750 1GB/128bit GDDR5 Double D Black Edition
    Power Supply (PSU):
    Cooler Master 1000W Silent Pro M Bronze
    Case:
    Cooler Master Elite 120 Advanced ITX
    Monitor(s):
    LG 18.5" Flatron
    Operating System(s):
    Windows 7 Ulitmate 64 bit
    Internet Connection:
    lousy PLDT broadband DSL @ 1.5megabit connection


    aha! il post it.. just dont make funny comments on my work... hehe...
     
  5. raztah

    raztah Member

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    CPU:
    AMD A10 6800K Richland - Cooler Master Seidon 120M
    Motherboard:
    Asrock FM2A75M-ITX
    Memory (RAM):
    OCZ 2x2GB 1600Mhz
    Storage:
    OCZ 256GB Vector
    Graphics Card(s):
    XFX HD7750 1GB/128bit GDDR5 Double D Black Edition
    Power Supply (PSU):
    Cooler Master 1000W Silent Pro M Bronze
    Case:
    Cooler Master Elite 120 Advanced ITX
    Monitor(s):
    LG 18.5" Flatron
    Operating System(s):
    Windows 7 Ulitmate 64 bit
    Internet Connection:
    lousy PLDT broadband DSL @ 1.5megabit connection
    mod log..
    1st part. budget <$1 for d side acrylic,...

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    placing d acrylic and a fan which a dismantled from an old power supply and a fan grill that i just found in a junk shop..ahahahha

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    2nd part. budget <$8

    i replaced that old fan to 120mm. and added an akasa uvr ide cable
    here it is.. ehehe

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    IF I HAD MORE $$$$.. I COULD HAVE MADE MUCH BETTER MODDING WORK..





    3rd part. some repaints and added 2 80mm uvr green with led fans. and some uvr spiral wraps for cable management..

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    whew,,, hehehe.. thats my noobish works.. so watya say guys? hehe..


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  6. raztah

    raztah Member

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    CPU:
    AMD A10 6800K Richland - Cooler Master Seidon 120M
    Motherboard:
    Asrock FM2A75M-ITX
    Memory (RAM):
    OCZ 2x2GB 1600Mhz
    Storage:
    OCZ 256GB Vector
    Graphics Card(s):
    XFX HD7750 1GB/128bit GDDR5 Double D Black Edition
    Power Supply (PSU):
    Cooler Master 1000W Silent Pro M Bronze
    Case:
    Cooler Master Elite 120 Advanced ITX
    Monitor(s):
    LG 18.5" Flatron
    Operating System(s):
    Windows 7 Ulitmate 64 bit
    Internet Connection:
    lousy PLDT broadband DSL @ 1.5megabit connection
    wow! the pics are so big!!!!! ahahahahah!!!!!
     
  7. anonemus

    anonemus Pentium FTW

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    Wow raztah! You really made your case look like its only 8 years old! :D
     
  8. Anledai

    Anledai New Member

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    Lolz @ both amd and intel stock heatsink fans :D
     
  9. raztah

    raztah Member

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    CPU:
    AMD A10 6800K Richland - Cooler Master Seidon 120M
    Motherboard:
    Asrock FM2A75M-ITX
    Memory (RAM):
    OCZ 2x2GB 1600Mhz
    Storage:
    OCZ 256GB Vector
    Graphics Card(s):
    XFX HD7750 1GB/128bit GDDR5 Double D Black Edition
    Power Supply (PSU):
    Cooler Master 1000W Silent Pro M Bronze
    Case:
    Cooler Master Elite 120 Advanced ITX
    Monitor(s):
    LG 18.5" Flatron
    Operating System(s):
    Windows 7 Ulitmate 64 bit
    Internet Connection:
    lousy PLDT broadband DSL @ 1.5megabit connection
    well.. my friends dont mind if their heatsinks are only stock.. they just used their PC for chatting... i just forced them to lend me their rig so that il have something to practice my modding skills.. hahaha.. but they are satisfied.. and im veryglad bout it..;)
     
  10. tanka12345

    tanka12345 Pentium 4 the Win

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    I'm getting a HAF 932 soon, it looks like a good value, solid case with great airflow. ;) Has anyone else used one before?
     
  11. x.clay

    x.clay Well-Known Member

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    I haven't ever owned a HAF but it is a highly recommended case from a lot of sites and forums. Cooler Master makes good stuff so I think it is a pretty safe bet.
     
  12. raztah

    raztah Member

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    CPU:
    AMD A10 6800K Richland - Cooler Master Seidon 120M
    Motherboard:
    Asrock FM2A75M-ITX
    Memory (RAM):
    OCZ 2x2GB 1600Mhz
    Storage:
    OCZ 256GB Vector
    Graphics Card(s):
    XFX HD7750 1GB/128bit GDDR5 Double D Black Edition
    Power Supply (PSU):
    Cooler Master 1000W Silent Pro M Bronze
    Case:
    Cooler Master Elite 120 Advanced ITX
    Monitor(s):
    LG 18.5" Flatron
    Operating System(s):
    Windows 7 Ulitmate 64 bit
    Internet Connection:
    lousy PLDT broadband DSL @ 1.5megabit connection
    there are some great 2ndhand casings that are stil of good conditions.. il checkour local version of e-bay here.. and as soon i purchase one.. il post ithere ... before that... il pimp it out first!
     
  13. anonemus

    anonemus Pentium FTW

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    Way to go, Tanka! How much is it in NZ? There are quite a few proud HAF users here in my city. I'm looking forward to seeing the mini-HAF become availale locally also...
     
  14. idbaghera

    idbaghera Well-Known Member

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    I have Antec NineHundred, great cooling, i've changed all 3 fans from behind and front with Noiseblocker
     
  15. spampie

    spampie New Member

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    i now have a CoolerMaster HAF 932

    i really like it
     
  16. amdboy89

    amdboy89 More like I7 Boy 89

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    I have a Thermaltake Tsunami, before that I had a Raidmax Scorpio.
     
  17. killap4oc

    killap4oc Girl Power!

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    I forgot I had ever owned a Scorpio until you brought that up. I remember having the Blue Scorpio with Silver and you had the Black One with Red... Such a poor design of a chassis. At least the Tsunami was an upgrade yea?
     
  18. Breezey

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    Here are a few of my SFF builds :

    1st go a a passively cooled CPU worked very well:

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    My first Mini ITX build, was going well untill i added the graphics card then heat started building up.

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    This one is still a work in progress, basic specs :

    Lian Li PC-Q07B
    Core 2 Duo T9400 2.53GHZ
    4GB DDR3 Kingston HyperX 1066MHZ
    Commell LV-67B Socket P Mobo
    Sapphire HD4670 512MB Ultimate
    500GB Seagate 7200.12
    Optiarc 7670S Sata DVD-RW
    250w Seasonic 1U

    Water loop:

    2 x Black Ice Micro 80mm rads
    2M of 3/8 UV orange TFC tubing
    UV orange Feser One
    EK 100 res
    EK NB 2 northbridge block
    EK NB 5 northbridge block (will be my cpu block)
    EK DCP 2.2 6.5w pump

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    Edit:

    Forgot this one :

    The Spec:

    Asus P5Q-EM
    Asus 9800GT Matrix
    E8600 22A
    4GB Kingston Hyper X 1066mhz
    120gb Seagate 5400.2 (as above)
    Optiarc 7200s dvd-rw

    The Cooling:

    Laing DDC 18w
    Black Ice GT Stealth 120.2 (if it fits)
    Feser 120.1
    Ek Supreme CPU
    Ek Supreme VGA
    Ek Bay Spin Res
    XSPC 3/8" 5/8" tubing


    The Case:

    Lian Li V300 anodised blue

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    More pics to follow later :drool:


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    Some stuff arrived:

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    I think the people over at Optiarc are bored dont you?

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    The BI GTX wouldnt fit so weve gone with a feser instead

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  19. Michael_L

    Michael_L Member

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    CPU:
    Phenom 965
    Memory (RAM):
    4Gb Ballistix Tracer, 8GB Corsair, both 1600
    Storage:
    4x2TB Samsungs, 1x120GB OCZ SSD
    Graphics Card(s):
    Sapphire AMD 7850
    Power Supply (PSU):
    Corsair 650Tx
    Case:
    Antec 300 (Ver1)
    Ebuyer black metal case with mesh front.
    Cost £22, and I can highly reccomend it.

    The airflow is generally very good, it has 1 front 120mm, 1 side, 1 rear 92mm, and plenty of space for a blowhole in the top.
    I'll post a link, if that is permitted.

    Even though I've fitted it with orange cathodes, if looks a bit quiet compared to all these other cases:(
     
  20. sushrukh

    sushrukh Member

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    CPU:
    Intel Q6600
    Motherboard:
    ASUS Maximus II Gene &amp; Commando
    Memory (RAM):
    Transcend 2GB DDR2 800 Value Ram :(
    Storage:
    OCZ Agility 2 , Kingston SSDNow V100 , WD Caviar Black 2 X 1TB , LG 10X Blu Ray Writer
    Graphics Card(s):
    EVGA GTX 460
    Power Supply (PSU):
    CoolerMaster M700W Modular
    Case:
    CoolerMaster Cosmos S
    Monitor(s):
    Dell G2410H 24&quot; Full HD LED
    Operating System(s):
    Windows 7 X64 Ultimate SP1
    Internet Connection:
    WiMax 1.5Mbps
    I do have a Cooler Master Cosmos S case which i won earlier in a Cooler Master competition. :)
     

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