Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by sc4mpi, 22 Jul 2005.
sc4mpi touched my special place. i mean erm nice mod
Looking nice. I used to use a PC-6077 a while back, great case. You've managed to cram a LOT in there! I had trouble with a single 120mm rad and a D4 converted to 3/8". Then again, it'd be a load of fun trying to watercool the 3077, the 6x/6077's little brother.
nice modding... although I don't think you should show the copper motor bits on that window fan... just my opinion...
Nice mod m8.
BTW I have the same board DFI nf4 LanParty board, I was wondering if I need to connect the 4 pin and floppy power connection on the board. I hard it was only if you are using more then one video card.
The case wont have any blue fans in when im done. but at the moment there all i have
As for the dfi , i have the 4 pin molex plugged in but not the floppy 4 pin
did you wrap the PSU cables, if not, what PSU is that, if so, where fif you get the hose for it, looks awsome.
It's an OCZ Powerstream and it comes pre-sleeved
its a tagan 2force 580watt sli it comes semi braided. but not entirly.
The OCZ powerstream PSU are super slick. I really want a powerstream or a Ultra PSU, but I dont think they have them in ATX 2.0 yet.
This looks awsome, great ideas.
And the radiator placed in the bottom is just ace, dont have good enough words to suit this cleanlyness.
just made a order up for one of the freezer chipset blocks and a mosfet block and 2 ram blocks haft to see if i can adapt them to fit 2sticks per block
This should make things intresting means i can get rid of that big 120mm fan and zalman bracket
Awesome! Keep up the great work and kick ass parts!
The 6077 is one of my favorite cases, and this thread inspired me to plan out a mod of one for 2 hours at work today
Best way to spend time at work
That's a lot of waterblocks... hope the rad can handle everything. But of course, the more that's watercooled, the better imo.
Uhhh, dude, didn't you have a A8N aswell? Where do you get the money from?
the a8n and 3500+ was sold and i got the dfi and a 4400x2 as the dfi is ment to work a lot better than the a8n with x2's
Stupid question? Yes... indeed : what type of screws and bolts did you use for installing the fans in that pic?
I found some that could've been cool but they didn't fit in the fans holes... Could you please enlighten me?
m5 socket cap screws
cool, ive never seen ram water blocks before! nice job so far, keep it up
few things done. iv just got a rather tasty dell 2405fpw tft its HUGE , iv been having a lot of problems with the mothboard recently it wont post a screen when the cards are in sli :S, i also decided it was starting to look rather packed so i turn the hds around and they turned out pretty well sill havnt recived my delivery of blocks from watercooling.de =/
How are your temps holding up with that type of CPU waterblock?
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