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AmuseMe

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Lowfat, that is probably the second best looking HTPC :thumb: Im use to seeing all these little boxs' but you built a great looking system there; very nice
 

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Lowfat, that is probably the second best looking HTPC :thumb: Im use to seeing all these little boxs' but you built a great looking system there; very nice
Might I ask what is number one? Leaves me something to work for once I decide to throw it in to a nice HTPC case.
 

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Might I ask what is number one? Leaves me something to work for once I decide to throw it in to a nice HTPC case.
Well, yours is the most aesthetically pleasing but the one that beat yours in my opinion was running better components than most computers I have seen. It was running an i7 920, and a GTX 295... Not to mention it was watercooled - with a $250 pump (RD-30)

Yours still 'looks' the best :thumb:
 

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Had to plumb in my hd 5870, so I went and re-did the whole loop (Again).

Im calling it Haf-full, never thought I could fit two 240 rads internal on a midtower.





 

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Had to plumb in my hd 5870, so I went and re-did the whole loop (Again).

Im calling it Haf-full, never thought I could fit two 240 rads internal on a midtower.

<insert sexy case shots here>
That is one hardcore setup, my man. Great job on the waterworks.

Cabling only needs to look clean if you can see it through the window, I dig it :rofl:
 

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Had to plumb in my hd 5870, so I went and re-did the whole loop (Again).

Im calling it Haf-full, never thought I could fit two 240 rads internal on a midtower.
Not bad at all. I like how the tubing loops around itself in some places - really adds some depth to it :thumb:
 

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Here is my case (Antec 900...worst case ever). I've cut some holes for wire management, removed the drive bays, and flipped the HDDs. I am waiting on some new fans in the mail. Removing the drive bays really cleans up the inside of the case :thumb:



and here is the gaggle of wires that I will be hiding:

 

artistpavel

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GTX 480 shots and red lighting. I used black electrical tape to cover all colorful wires to make the wiring all black.

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