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Re: Post Your PC Specs & Pics

Post by Molimo » July 1st, 2011, 10:18 pm

Nice Rig for a "100 Watts" Power supply LOL.

Those fan do look nice though.
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Re: Post Your PC Specs & Pics

Post by Tahko » July 1st, 2011, 10:22 pm

Haha, Pre is like a kid with his action figures. :P

Nice fans though I bet you're going to be gaming with the lights off for a few days.
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Re: Post Your PC Specs & Pics

Post by Newman » July 1st, 2011, 11:41 pm

I got one of those fans (silver fins) included with my PSU. I haven't put it in anywhere yet but those bright white LEDs are super bright.
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Re: Post Your PC Specs & Pics

Post by Mullet » July 1st, 2011, 11:59 pm

ROFL, Looks good dude. Those fans are a trip I will look them up. The cable management is no biggy dude, I am just ocd about it. I am just a total dork when It comes to PC's. Good video!!
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Re: Post Your PC Specs & Pics

Post by PRETENDICA » July 2nd, 2011, 4:39 am

Mullet, I've been studying your case. Is your power supply in the top of your case? And I don't see the ATX power pin, where is that?
And is that a micro atx board, or just a GINORMOUS case?


LOL, Tahko. My Hulk dude was laying down, too. You didn't even see him. My lil Marvel gaming area.

Did I say 100 watts, I noticed I said a lot of shit wrong when I watched it back? It's apploish Vegas, not Vega.
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Re: Post Your PC Specs & Pics

Post by PRETENDICA » July 2nd, 2011, 4:45 am

Molimo wrote:Nice Rig for a "100 Watts" Power supply LOL.

Those fan do look nice though.
LOL, I did say 100 watt. I meant 1000. HA, stupid Pre.
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Re: Post Your PC Specs & Pics

Post by Mullet » July 2nd, 2011, 11:57 am

PRETENDICA wrote:Mullet, I've been studying your case. Is your power supply in the top of your case? And I don't see the ATX power pin, where is that?
And is that a micro atx board, or just a GINORMOUS case?

Yeah my case is 23" tall and 23" deep so it really is huge. The PSU is at the top, with the case I have it had the option of putting the PSU at the bottom or the top. I choose the top because I didn't want the heat rising to the GPU, so I put a 120mm fan at the bottom because most cases build up heat in the lower left corner generated by the GPU. So I have 3 120mm intake fans and 2 120mm exhaust fans. The 24 pin power connector is connected right below the memory modules. I have a 6 fan controller for all of the case fans like so.

left top @ 40% speed_______________right top 35% speed with filter.
________________________________right middle @ 35% speed with filter.
lower left @ 25% speed_____________right lower @ 35% speed with filter.

More air going in then going out = positive air pressure in the case keeping dust from entering any cracks all of the the holes and grills have been covered with clear tape. This is what my case looked like before I stripped it.
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Re: Post Your PC Specs & Pics

Post by Stephen » July 2nd, 2011, 6:17 pm

yeah i got one of those fans with my psu too, its a white one aswell

you can have it newman if you want just sitting on the shelf
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Re: Post Your PC Specs & Pics

Post by Newman » July 2nd, 2011, 10:02 pm

Sure, why not.
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Re: Post Your PC Specs & Pics

Post by Random Chaos » August 5th, 2011, 9:06 pm

Hmm...
  • Mac Pro
  • Dual Quad-Core Xeons (2008).
  • 14GBs ram
  • A little over 8TBs disk space across 6 HDDs
  • 3 video cards (ATI Radeon HD 4870; nVidia GeForce 8800GT; ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT) driving 5 monitors - had to do some interesting modifications to get those cards enough power :D - (see photo below)
  • Monitors: 30" Dell 3008WFP; 22" Samsung; 2 19" Samsung; 1 old 17" NEC
  • 3d mouse (3DConnexion - EXCELLENT if you like Google Earth!)
  • Wacom tablet (6x11")
  • Ton of other gadgets hooked to it
About the frame holding the monitors: Built myself, giant L shaped bench coming all the way forward to the front of the desk. The cross beams that the two monitors hook to are 1.25" steel piping, cut to length and painted. This allows full horizontal positioning of the monitors. The arms are Ergotron monitor arms which allow full vertical and swing out ability. Took a while, but finally built this!

Enjoy!

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Re: Post Your PC Specs & Pics

Post by SirDumpling » August 5th, 2011, 9:47 pm

Jesus Random, what do you do with 5 monitors?
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Re: Post Your PC Specs & Pics

Post by Stephen » August 5th, 2011, 9:49 pm

hes got gladdos panels
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Re: Post Your PC Specs & Pics

Post by Molimo » August 5th, 2011, 11:33 pm

Damn Random that's awesome, I was about to post my setup but I think it would be way too inferior!!!! :?
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Re: Post Your PC Specs & Pics

Post by Mullet » August 6th, 2011, 3:15 am

Whoa, looks like a stock broker lives there.
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Re: Post Your PC Specs & Pics

Post by madmattd » August 6th, 2011, 12:20 pm

Random Chaos wrote:Hmm...
  • Mac Pro
  • Dual Quad-Core Xeons (2008).
  • 14GBs ram
  • A little over 8TBs disk space across 6 HDDs
  • 3 video cards (ATI Radeon HD 4870; nVidia GeForce 8800GT; ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT) driving 5 monitors - had to do some interesting modifications to get those cards enough power :D - (see photo below)
  • Monitors: 30" Dell 3008WFP; 22" Samsung; 2 19" Samsung; 1 old 17" NEC
  • 3d mouse (3DConnexion - EXCELLENT if you like Google Earth!)
  • Wacom tablet (6x11")
  • Ton of other gadgets hooked to it
About the frame holding the monitors: Built myself, giant L shaped bench coming all the way forward to the front of the desk. The cross beams that the two monitors hook to are 1.25" steel piping, cut to length and painted. This allows full horizontal positioning of the monitors. The arms are Ergotron monitor arms which allow full vertical and swing out ability. Took a while, but finally built this!

Enjoy!
Dual quads, nice. I've been thinking that's my future build idea in a few years.
3D Connexion mice are sweet. I have the Spacepilot Pro at work, and the regular 2-button dealy for myself. Invaluable for CAD work, awesome for Google Earth too of course.

Love the monitors everywhere.
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