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lowfat

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Im very curious as to how much this changes your temps, I wasnt very impressed by how little the 70w ones seem to handle the temps.
Well not all that much I can guess. A few degrees maybe. From what I've seen D0's do run quite a bit warmer than the C0's, so I am really just guessing here.

anyways a few updated pics


 

crispex

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Heh, seeing that other case in the background had me confused for a second. I actually thought that you'd attached something to the top of your case! :haha:

Very nice sleeving job, though. Got it lookin' sexy. Sound dampener stuff too, hey? Or was that already there?
 

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Heh, seeing that other case in the background had me confused for a second. I actually thought that you'd attached something to the top of your case! :haha:

Very nice sleeving job, though. Got it lookin' sexy. Sound dampener stuff too, hey? Or was that already there?
That is my CM Stacker 832 in the background :biggrin:
Yes the dampening was there originally.

Beautiful Lowfat!

I really like the "blackout" look.

Was that a murdermod sleeving kit you used?
Yup, plus an extra 150 feet of the 4.4mm sleeving.
 

kiwik

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Just finished cleaning this thing up. Cable Management is a bitch in a Centurion 534... Next upgrade, the old Athlon for a PII 955, after that I'll get a Lancool case.


 

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Well..this is my second posting of the same(basically) machine in this thread. Teardown/spring-cleaning time. This is ~8 months of crud... and my house is dusty. **caution: picture heavy post**

Those with weak stomachs should look away. :bleh:

CM RC690:







That pesky dust knows no boundaries. :help:

Front intake fan....yummy!



Hold your lunch down....my poor TRUE! :doh:





The space between the upper-frame, and top-cover/molding...makes a great place for the swirling dust to settle. Looks like the food in a bachelors' fridge. :haha:



Now....many, many hours of work later....better than my original job:


I not only cleaned it since my last post...i've swapped my HD4850 for my 9800GTX+. The 4850 used only one PCIe connector on the end vs. 2 on the side for the gForce. I've also run out of SATA ports, so i had to go back to my PATA DVD-Burner....which adds IDE cable inside. Finally, i went from 1x95cfm TT on the TRUE, to 2x 1200rpm Slipstreams (push/pull)...and it works better and quieter...zip-tie FTW! I've also added another PATA HDD since these pics were taken (May 31/09).

The fruits of my labour:





The moment of truth...how does she look under those clothes. :whistle:



Hmmm....they hide a multitude of sins. :ph34r:

Specs...in photo:

-RC690
-GA P35-DS3L
-E8400/TRUE(2x120 p/p)
-2x2GB Mushkin XP8500 (just got yesterday)
-BFG 9800GTX+ OC
-HDDS: WD6401 AALS-640GB (OS-XP Pro 32), Hitachi 1TB-1000.b, WD 5000AAKS(500GB), Seagate 7200.12-500GB, Hitachi 250 GB 7k250 PATA(not shown)
-SB Live 5.1 Digital(PCI)
-Card Reader
-Sony DVD-RAM(IDE)
-Corsair VX550
-8x120mm fans :punk:
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Josef

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lol thats a lot of dust. But you cleaned it up nicely.

I just moved into a place that seems to be very dusty. Only been here a month but I can already tell the inside of my computer is going to be almost as bad as yours since my CPU temps are slowly getting worse and worse. :biggrin:
 

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WOW nice job. looks real clean.

I had a hard time viewing those dust pics. *shudders*
cable management aswell. +1
 

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