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07-28-2006 09:46 PM
littleredcar sweet lookin computer dude, i am also in the process of custom buidling one. AMD 3700+ clocked to 2.6ghz. gonna be sweet. i found two 320 gig hd for 100 bucks a piece. anyway nice job
10-11-2005 09:50 AM
slick1537 http://community.webshots.com/user/slick1537 are my machine
10-11-2005 09:47 AM
slick1537 i got a athlon 2600+ mobile overclocked to 2.3 ghz. I also got liquid cooling . Liquid cooling is great as long as you use coolant not water. I made the mistake (twice) of using tap water. Minerals built up inside the waterblock and it was a major pain in the ass changing the waterblock/emptying the system/tubes. The temps arnt as good as most advertise. My max temp is 45 C while under heavy gaming.
05-02-2005 09:15 PM
Kham holly shit! that is awesome. damn yo! i love the case.

i still got AMD 3200+

so you got doom3? you any good? i can kick your ass with doom 3, but i have to buy meself a copy first. what else you got? counter strike is very addicting. i haven't play in awhile and haven't keep up with the version.

i am currently addicted to warcraft3 fronzen throne.
05-02-2005 04:24 PM
john06 i should get you to build my next one
05-01-2005 10:10 PM
Mystery Squid
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Originally posted by john06
that looks suweeeeet
nice job
Thanks! It looks MUCH better in person though! I really wanted a PC I could showcase, not just stuff under a desk...
05-01-2005 10:09 PM
Mystery Squid
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Originally posted by cookeetree
Nitrous Injected?
Oddly enough, YES!




The mobo is over-clock friendly and has a N.O.S. feature...

Non delay
Overclocking
System

Basically, mobo monitors CPU usage, and gives it an overclocking "kick" when needed... very dangerous stuff, I thought I fried my processor one night when I set the overclocking percentage a bit high, and WHAMO- I went from 2.2mhz to something like 9.7 (for a sec.), and my system froze.. GULP... All turned out well in the end though...

Oh, I have a cool British chick voice that says, "Power On System Test Passed, now booting from operating system..."

05-01-2005 10:02 PM
Mystery Squid
Quote:
Originally posted by TGuns
liquid cooled?
No, that would have been a further pain in the arse. The concept is great, but I think it's still not too practical. Unless you're one of those people who MUST have a totally quiet PC...
05-01-2005 10:01 PM
Mystery Squid
Quote:
Originally posted by slaintedan
How much does something like that cost to put together?
Case: $130
Processor: $200
Mobo: $200
Processor Fan: $50
Graphics Cards: $360
PSU: $125
Pointless analogue gauges: $30
Lighted IDE cables: $34
120 GB HD: $40 (super one day sale, $60 rebate)
20-24 Pin PSU Cable: $20
Pointless electro-globe: $30
Cold cathode UV bars: $15
Mem: 2 512 Sticks: $160

$1,394.00

Give or take... To think, I initially planned on spending $5 or 600... LOL... uggh...

05-01-2005 03:13 PM
john06 that looks suweeeeet
nice job
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