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Case Mod - In Progress WhiteWater mATX Build

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by zhadlp, 10 Apr 2011.

  1. Omoobhs

    Omoobhs One giant fsb hole

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    I realy like you mod! End result is very smooth. Thanks for sharing it here! :D
     
  2. zhadlp

    zhadlp What's a Dremel?

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    thanks for the nice comments guys! :D
     
  3. DieselPower

    DieselPower What's a Dremel?

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    Very clean looking, the colours go well with each other.

    Well Done!
     
  4. zhadlp

    zhadlp What's a Dremel?

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    Thanks mate!

    I'm thinking of making some changes to the PSU cover and add something to the res, those 2 screws kinda stand out, I'll probably update this thread tomorrow with that...
     
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  5. GuyInTulsa

    GuyInTulsa Dremel Molester

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    Very clean and functional build.

    I really like it.
     
  6. ednismod

    ednismod Minimodder

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    Kabayan! Magaling magaling!

    This is truly amazing!
     
  7. jhanlon303

    jhanlon303 The Keeper of History

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    Very nice mod and the pictures are quite beyond my abilities. +rep from an oldtimer.

    john
     
  8. TheLegendJoe

    TheLegendJoe Syntax error

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    Wow, nice! Looks suave some how haha

    +rep :)
     
  9. wahoomcdaniel

    wahoomcdaniel What's a Dremel?

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    Well done. Everything looks great.
     
  10. zhadlp

    zhadlp What's a Dremel?

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    Thanks man!

    Hehehe, salamat kabayan...

    Thanks a lot sir!

    Nice to get your approval...

    Thank you so much.


    Made at least 3 acrylic designs for the small window on the reservoir, but ended up not liking any of them.
    So it pretty much still looks the same as it did since those pictures were taken, I'm thinking of just leaving it like that for now.

    I did redo a bit of the cable management, will take pictures of that this week...
     
  11. ednismod

    ednismod Minimodder

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    Hehe, I wonder how much this mod costs in the Philippines. Few people could ever get into what you did or what you have. That is a blessing, and you have a gift! Keep it up!
     
  12. c.ruel

    c.ruel What's a Dremel?

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    I know you posted gpu temperatures ... but what temperatures are you getting when both cpu and gpu are stressed simultaneously. Just curious because I am planning something similar ... I just thought I would need a triple radiator ... looks like you are getting away with a slim dual rad ... what speed are the fans at!?
     
  13. zhadlp

    zhadlp What's a Dremel?

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    Thank you for the kind words, though I'm thinking of selling the CPU due to car repairs :(

    both fans (stock lian-li for the pc-a04) run at around 1200rpm using a speed controller.

    There's really not much of a difference even with the CPU stressed, here are the temps I took a few minutes ago (around 7:30pm here), the i3 550 is @ 4.33ghz and the hd6950 is running at 800/1300 with the unlocked shaders, (trying to save on power) :)

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    Finishing up the LEDs, been real busy this week with some other stuff, hoping to have an update by friday...
     

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