Discussion in 'Modding' started by elstado, Feb 26, 2009.
Why only the stock heatsink on the 2500k? Doesn't it get hot, especially at 4.6?
The stock heat sink is only their, until I buy a new one.
My temps sit around 50 - 60 degrees
Quality photography included.
Heres mine. needs a tidy up.
Changed out my clouded tubing and added new lighting
soon a custom acrylic panel
Beautiful man, muchhhh better
Tidied up my server today, also removed the stock heatsink, and installed my spare H50. Just the other day I also removed the GT250 that was in there, and replaced it with a 7600GT I think... That removed the need for a 6pin that was there
It's my tidiest PC
New sound card in.
you just wanted to show off your pc, you can hardly see the sound card. Beautiful build though, almost perfect, just need to get the rad on the inside.
Just finished my first PC Upgrade in 12 months.
Sleeving is a pain in the ass. Close enough for me
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Where is the 45 degree fittings for the GPU. The tubing looks it could kink at any moment...
That looks great. Need a pic of the back as well
Lookin' really nice. I reckon you could tuck that sata cable up with the PCIe power. Loving the black and white theme. What's the cover on the back of the GPU?
Holding out until my next big order. That's why theres only cable ties on the gpu barbs, last two koolance clamps are sitting beside me Tube wont kink and looks worse in the pic. There's some really nice setups in here.
Its just a cover i made from white acrylic. Wasn't happy with the Red colour of the Card. Makes all the difference.
Before and AftRars
After and before from the last few weeks worth of modding. Antec 300's aren't actually bad cases.. Who would have thought?
It sure does. I might even knock something up to cover my Wifi card. (yes I know - no ethernet here). How did you attach it? Double-sided tape or something?
Where did you go to school, the toilet store?
Hey man looks good, can I see a larger pic?
Modding the Antec300 would be so much fun. Start my making a 120mm hole on the bottom for the PSU fan, cut out some holes for the PSU cables/etc to go directly out the behind the motherboard tray ohhh
stop tempting me to do a mod build arggh
Let's try this again
Have a cookie kind sir.