Project Monolith

Discussion in 'Modding Worklogs' started by rainwulf, Jan 8, 2009.

  1. Idryss

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    My jaw just hit the floor. That thing is amazing. VWD!
     
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    Heh, thanks dude!

    I have some high speed DDR-2 1066 coming in from corsair that has integrated heat spreaders, with heatpipes in them. Im going to actually slice the heatpipes up and use them as the channels with the watercooling.
    Will obviously post pictures of that!!



    Also, if anyone is interested, the way i overclocked my 3870x2 was by actually editing/flashing the bios. Unless you use CCC, you cant overclock both cores of a X2 card, and i wont have CCC anywhere NEAR my machine, so bios editing is what it is. bonus, no software you have to load, and it works through suspend resume too.
     
  3. dexster

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    amazing :thumbup:
     
  4. cdtoaster

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    that's crazy man! love it!
    im suprised at how well the cooling works with all the little tubes everywhere
     
  5. Elv15

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    wow... just wow... very impressive, top job mate!

    :thumbup:
     
  6. alch

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    You're fucking mental :D
    But I love it.
     
  7. hotsuma

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    lets hope he never wants to change any of the components in this system , once its all going that would have to be near impossible.

    Anyway top points for originality and going the extra mile to do the job right really nice looking system


    And so you know you can spend all those ghetto mod points your clocking up go get yourself a:
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  8. Snuffy22

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    phwoar rainwulf....... crazy man, damn nice job!!!
     
  9. mrmas

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    Thanks.

    Do you know if it's possible to OC via BIOS on 4870x2 card? If so a link on how to would be appreciated.:D
     
  10. MrSmoke

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    hahahahahaha thats rad :D
    looks like an alien or something
    Well done :thumbup:

    Fucking Crazy :wired:
     
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  11. ryuryan

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    That is awesome, pure function. :thumbup: :thumbup:

    Maybe you could get a passive heatsink cooled PSU and run some water cooling through it? Might be a bit too easy for you looking at this though :lol:

    Do the fans make much noise pushing air through?
     
  12. Spectre8

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    Wow... just wow...

    :)
     
  13. cdis

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    Top job Rainwulf! I thought your servers @ LV were impressive enough lol, this is INSANE!

    Don't forget to mod a trailer for your new car so you can tow this baby around lol.
     
  14. rodgrech

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    omg, this is brilliant


    id so be into that with the silvo/brasso
     
  15. Marcel.

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    WOw

    Nice Work mate!
     
  16. scarletxfi

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    very nice stuff!

    Can't wait for your next project ;)
     
  17. flinchy

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    lol'd hard at the pump being WC'd :lol:

    thats one crazy-ass setup, i can't imagine it being exactly silent, what with the pump and bank of fans.
     
  18. slobber

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    I am TRULY...........DEEPLY...................'kin AMAZED :shock:



    All time winner :thumbup:
     
  19. CHINNO

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    What can i say. Thats just crazzzzzzzzzzy. I'm loving these custom mods. Great work
     
  20. Phaz

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    omfg

    this is a classic case of extreme overkill! i love it!!! :D

    you must have put a crapload of effort into this,
    awsome job mate :D
     

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