Post A Pic Of Your Pc Here :)

Discussion in 'General Computer Chat' started by jancz3rt, Mar 10, 2005.

  1. turbobooster

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    my current pc, simple but nice.

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  2. SuperDuperMe

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    Beautiful case, its the one i originally wanted but didn't have the money or the space.
     
  3. turbobooster

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    yes its a very beautiful case and it keep the hardware very cool.
    I,m waiting for all white fans to put on the cpu cooler, and 1 blue in the back and then I,m done, for as long as it takes hahaha
     
  4. S.T.A.R.S.

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    These cases are the ones I like the MOST:
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  5. speedx77x

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    I would have gone with UV strips and different fans, but regardless wow nice PC.
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  6. spirit

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    Would be even better if the cable management was half decent. ;)
     
  7. S.T.A.R.S.

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    Haha I am pretty sure that cables won't complain if they are not positioned perfectly and it will also not affect the functionality and the speed. :D

    So...let there be LIGHTS!!! :p
     
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  8. salvage-this

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    I have worked in that case before. It's so hard to get the cables to work well because you can't hide anything. Looks like that guy didn't try too hard.
     
  9. turbobooster

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    very niceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
     
  10. spirit

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    Yeah I can imagine with it being transparent.
     
  11. G25r8cer

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    Been a while since I posted my desktop on here. Not much has changed that I know of. Just recently added a small smd led strip. I bought a roll of it for some car projects and thought .. why not? My desktop is not a top performer by any means but, it's way more than I need.

    Oh I'm not running the 9600gso anymore. That is sitting on a shelf. I don't game so I went back to using onboard gpu. Also replaced the fan's in my psu as the stock ones were going bad and wired them to my fan controller.

    I have a new fan controller coming in the mail (NZXT sentry mesh) and an esata enclosure (Rosewill). My 750gb samsung hdd is going in the enclosure and getting hooked up to my new 32" samsung led smart tv when it gets here.

    Yes .. I'm still rocking my computerforum.com decal :)

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  12. PCunicorn

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    A 5 year old post and still one of the best looking builds on the thread, mostly due to the awesome green color scheme :D
     
  13. 87dtna

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    I like the green as well, but wire management could be a lot better. The worst offender being the CPU power cable.
     
  14. Ethan3.14159

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    Wasn't expecting to see this when coming in here.

    Thanks, but I think it looks like pure garbage compared to my setup now [Link]. :p
     
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  15. Ramodkk

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    Ethan has by far, THE BEST looking rig/working station in this forum. :good:
     
  16. Ethan3.14159

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    Haha, thanks man. Not sure about that though. CdnAudiophile has some posted some pretty amazing rigs.
     
  17. spirit

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    My thoughts too. That system looks OK...
     
  18. PCunicorn

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    I don't know, that green just really appeals to me. And this was 5 years ago. Modular PSUs weren't common, and usually cases didn't have much cable management features.
     
  19. spirit

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    Very true indeed.
     
  20. 87dtna

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    You can see that it is a modular PSU right there in the pic. But the main problem is the CPU power wire running right across the front of everything. If it had been snaked up on the backside it would have cleaned up a lot right there. Then a couple zip ties would have done the rest.
     

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