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Old 7th September 2004, 01:02   #11
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ya, i kno, i was having a hard time wrapping them up proper, o well, once i finish the sidepanel and put it on....itll look fine
 
Old 8th September 2004, 02:37   #12
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OMFG.....i was putting in the serrilel or w/e its called that came with my nf7-s board in thru the back of the hard drive rack, so i decided to hide some cables back there...........2 little 2 no success, lol, so anyway, i saw the molex connector going 2 the front panel and decided to plug that in.........when i turned my machine on, i saw the 33 on a display at the top front of my comp......and realized that stupid clear tube thing bundled with the front panel i/o connectors were temp sensors......lol, ya, thats my story, im slow sometimes
 
Old 1st February 2005, 09:57   #13
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well, heres an update



i have more pic on my website @ www.geocites.com/syntheticman6/comp.html in the pics section
i also have a keyboard mod started, there some info in my mods section
 
Old 1st February 2005, 09:59   #14
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good work on cleaning up that cable mess any improvement in cooling efficiency?
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Old 1st February 2005, 10:18   #15
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cpu temp on average is about 33 under normal load, axp-m @ 200x12.5 @ 1.75v. so ya, it cools better id say
 
Old 1st February 2005, 10:43   #16
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now you need a flashy motherboard to go with your flashy cables

I don't get a think from your link, just a blank page and a pop-up blokker message, or is you site the pop-up? :grin:
 
Old 1st February 2005, 10:54   #17
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ya, im gettin a DFI lanparty nf2 ultrab soon, was supposed 2 get it last week, but its on backorder. i think it will fit in nicely

and sorry bout the link, i made a mistake the correct link is:
http://www.geocities.com/syntheticman6/comp.html
 
Old 1st February 2005, 11:11   #18
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Originally posted by kristos

I don't get a think from your link, just a blank page and a pop-up blokker message, or is you site the pop-up? :grin:
(same here) you allreaddy changed it
I was gone but I allready hitted the reply button

BTW: nice work, I like what you made of your case, the painting and stuff, but I don't like the original look of the front .
Maybe you allready got plans to change that?
 
Old 1st February 2005, 11:38   #19
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the original look of the front? you mean this?



i didn't like the original color of it the front either, i had plans to wire a 5" ps1 lcd into the front where the intakes are because i thought they were ugly too. but i was lazy, and got used to the intakes, they're not so bad. also these 2 switches turn the UV light on/off and switch my tornado on my cpu from 7v/12v
 
Old 1st February 2005, 11:49   #20
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I mean the white color, and the intake.

Paint it and don't be lazy and put the 5" lcd where the intake is .
 
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