Post A Pic Of Your Pc Here :)

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  1. The VCR King

    The VCR King Well-Known Member

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    I actually did run it under my shower head after I blew it out to get anything I missed. And I let it air dry before I put it back on.
     
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  2. Cromewell

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    Depends on the dust/dirt you collect. If I use water it gets 90% of the dust but the rest then gets like concrete, and is near impossible to get off.
     
  3. Darren

    Darren Moderator Staff Member

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    Well stop blowing Quikrete into your intake fans ya dingus.

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    I do know what you mean though. I just use more water. :D
     
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  4. Cromewell

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    Look. Concrete dust keeps the other dust out OK?
     
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  5. The VCR King

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    Well, you're not wrong!
     
  6. Calin

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    Got my new case yesterday and started moving stuff in. This is where I'm at so far. I might change that bend, not too happy with it. I won't be able to finish it until next week though, because the radiator I was gonna put in the bottom was too thick and I had no room to drill the passthrough fittings holes, so I ordered a thinner one which will be here next week.
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  7. Darren

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    @Calin

    Could probably fit a small vault in there to stash all that cash.
     
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  8. Calin

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    Haven't been active recently because I spent all my spare time working on the rig. Currently waiting on more tubing because the tube from the CPU to the res has a small kink (ran out of tubing) and a thinner rad for the bottom because the one I had was too thick and couldn't drill the holes because of it.
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  9. Motorcharge

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    Finally thrilled with this setup minus the desk. All the lighting including the keyboard reacts to audio. Had the case set to red and the keyboard set to a gradient of red/orange/yellow while playing Doom last night it. It was awesome.
     
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  10. mistersprinkles

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    This is a nice case. ITX, right? Looks like it would be hard to build in that case what with it being so cramped. I hope you have small hands.

    When I did my big "It's been running non stop for five years" clean on my NHD14 I ran it under my shower on high pressure for several minutes to dislodge the cigarette tar and dust that was caked between the fins. Then I blowdried it. Came out clean as a whistle. Then I sold it.
     
  11. Calin

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  12. mistersprinkles

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    ^That build is just looking at me saying:

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  13. Darren

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    I'll get some better photos once my Ryzen setup comes in but just installed my new Thermaltake Riing 120MM fans on my H100. Runs cooler than the stock ones and way quieter, worthy upgrade for sure. Also swapped the rear fan for a spare LED one I had before. Excuse my terrible camera skills, just wanted to toss these up since my 8320 platform is on its last few days.

    I'll be redoing my cabling near my PSU too, it's a disaster right now and my new mobo has built in WiFi and Bluetooth so the cable running to my WiFi card will be gone.

    [​IMG]20170306_172005 by [email protected], on Flickr

    [​IMG]20170306_171927_HDR by [email protected], on Flickr
     
  14. Intel_man

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    Wait... your wifi card draws so much power it needs additional power from the PSU? :eek::eek:
     
  15. Deadpool

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    I should not post my rig then. Darn non modular PSUs. My cables donĀ“t even let me see the chipset :p
     
  16. Darren

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    Nah just look at the cable coming off of it. It goes into a USB header on my board, it just sticks out like a sore thumb and having it gone will clean up the look a lot.

    Edit: See this picture is all the same cabling except that one and it looks much cleaner in the PSU area. Obviously other stuff has changed since but that area is the same.

    [​IMG]100_2580 by [email protected], on Flickr
     
  17. Intel_man

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    oohhhhh usb header. That makes more sense.

    I'm more of a function over form, so I don't really care about stuff like that too much.
     
  18. Darren

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    Well yeah me too generally but since my new mobo has built in WiFi and the same/similar chipset to the card I already have I might as well pull it. I got a friend that wants to buy my current WiFi card too. I've only really started paying attention to appearance of it since I'm already running hardware well above my needs. I don't need Ryzen or a 390 to play Rocket League, watch Netflix, and run 40 tabs of Chrome. :D
     
  19. Intel_man

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    My wifi card is far superior to anything built into the mobo that is sold today, so if I upgrade, I still need to bring that with me. :(
     
  20. Darren

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