w@flz - New System Picts

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  1. w@flz

    w@flz Registered User Registered User

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    20121117_150659.jpg 20121117_151007.jpg 20121117_172330.jpg 20121117_174653.jpg 20121117_211942.jpg 20121117_211949.jpg

    Yay So pumped.
     
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    Soulzz Global Admin/Recruit manager Founder

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    Wow, nice :D.
     
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    nICE BUT YOU DON'T LEAVE IT OPEN LIKE THAT DO YOU?
     
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    Love the dual exhaust fans. I have one 120 mm exhaust fan in the back, 2 120 mm intake and 1 240 mm fan on top. Still have overheating issues when we have the fireplace raging hot!
     
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    doesn't make a difference does it?
     
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    It does. Cases are designed to have a specific air flow. It creates suction and pulls in air from some of the holes across parts of the system that dont have direct air pushing over it from the fans themselves. So if it's open like that, you get dead spots over some of the components. Namely the northbridge and southbridge on many motherboards rely on the ambient airflow over their heatsinks to be enough to cool them down.
     
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    Moar fans on the CPU pls.

    Just kidding, looks good :p .

    Also sixer NICE CAPS LOCK!
     
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    Dust, dust, dust. No biggie, but fuck I can't even think of leaving something like that my cat would be in it while I'm gaming and sooner or later I'd have no cat and no rig.
     
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    I wonder which would be less, crematorium bill or new rig...
     
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    Hmm

    *puts front cover back on*
     
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    Whats with the VGA cable? You're doing it wrong!
     
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    The one problem * you guy may have some suggestions.

    * My heatsink is on the highest setting it can be, but it still is WAY to close to the ram chips. If I had any higher ram , it would not fit at all.
     

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