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Just curious, where's the pump in your loop? Is it part of the rad mounted at the top?

 

swiftech H220, pump is on the coldplate/CPU block

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swiftech H220, pump is on the coldplate/CPU block

 

Ah, yes. Now I see it. Thanks. ;) 

 

And those pumps have enough flow for a full CPU/GPU loop with 2x 240/280 rads?


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Ok so I had to take a few photos for my photo class and so far this is the result, just threw some filters on these ones but will do some more editing to them later :D

 

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Will need to take some more later but hopefully these turned out well seeing I took them on my phone  :ph34r:


I've only used air cooling, my old signature was a lie ❤️

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Ok so I had to take a few photos for my photo class and so far this is the result, just threw some filters on these ones but will do some more editing to them later :D

Will need to take some more later but hopefully these turned out well seeing I took them on my phone :ph34r:

Do I spy a Calicovision?


If anyone asks you never saw me.

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Ok so I had to take a few photos for my photo class and so far this is the result, just threw some filters on these ones but will do some more editing to them later :D

 

 

Will need to take some more later but hopefully these turned out well seeing I took them on my phone  :ph34r:

Hey they look great, keep it up! What phone did you use?

 

That GPU should stay nice and frosty :P

 

I like the first one best, something about old school tech that I love....Maybe I'm old :P


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Hey they look great, keep it up! What phone did you use?

 

That GPU should stay nice and frosty :P

 

I like the first one best, something about old school tech that I love....Maybe I'm old :P

Nokia Lumia Icon, one real part were Windows Phone shines :D Na your not old, i'm 16 and make myself feel old with the outdated technology :P


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Nokia Lumia Icon, one real part were Windows Phone shines :D Na your not old, i'm 16 and make myself feel old with the outdated technology :P

Saying that you are 16 makes me feel ancient :P I'm early 30's and remember that old tech when it was cutting edge :) Makes me want to dig out my old Atari and Amiga and get some shots of them :P

 

Yeah windows phones though....Had to install some apps for my mum on hers yesterday and it was a nightmare.


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I wish :P Only have the Intellivision right now and Atari 2600, everything else is Nintendo or Sega :D

Ah, was on my phone. Proletariat screen size.


If anyone asks you never saw me.

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The PC is a bit outdated, so I won't brag about its specs, I'm just proud of the setup

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Acer H6510DB DLP projecting a 177" picture.

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The PC is a bit outdated, so I won't brag about its specs, I'm just proud of the setup

 

 I am curious if this picture was just taken? And you still have a xmas tree still up a month later?

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Ok so I had to take a few photos for my photo class and so far this is the result, just threw some filters on these ones but will do some more editing to them later :D

 

Will need to take some more later but hopefully these turned out well seeing I took them on my phone  :ph34r:

whoa, those look pretty stunning! can i use the processor one as my desktop background?


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whoa, those look pretty stunning! can i use the processor one as my desktop background?

Be my guest, I think I have a higher resolution version I can PM or post later tonight if you want :)


I've only used air cooling, my old signature was a lie ❤️

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The PC is a bit outdated, so I won't brag about its specs, I'm just proud of the setup

Outdated PCs are interesting though, I want to see some specs :P


I've only used air cooling, my old signature was a lie ❤️

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this is my baby : (spec are in my sig)

 

sorry I'm using only my N6 to take it

 

 

 

That is one nice fan mount. Was looking into how to get more air to my gpu, might go that route. What did you use? Zipties? Might be possible to reduce sagging with (hot) glue or some metal angles.


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 I am curious if this picture was just taken? And you still have a xmas tree still up a month later?

 

hahah no. funny story, the building's fire alarm was going off, so i took a quick photo of all my valuables for the insurance company.  this was before the new year


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Looks great man, what are the fans?

Thermaltake Riing 120mm on the rear exhaust and two Thermaltake Riing 140mm pushing through my radiator on top. They are all static pressure fans I know, but I couldn't find anything that would go on the rear exhaust that look like my radiator fans. 

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hahah no. funny story, the building's fire alarm was going off, so i took a quick photo of all my valuables for the insurance company. this was before the new year

Story made my day :D It also makes me realize I need to document a whole lot of stuff....


I've only used air cooling, my old signature was a lie ❤️

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Total was really cheap like 3500$ for everything

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Sarcastic post is sarcastic.


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Got some new desks today.

 

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