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What have you done to your PC today?

Discussion in 'Modding' started by brayway, Oct 1, 2010.

  1. Nethiuz

    Nethiuz Member

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    One purchase and order number, but PCCG shipped case and GPU bracket separate, however at same time from same place same express, so weird. But i complained to AU post today and 4 hours later it arrived in Cairns and out for delivery today, they must have found a plane, since it missed the one my case came on. ;) So pics later of how fail my cabling is ;)

    On similar topic i got custom wrap stickers for the drone arrive today, they look shit don't do it. So i went back online and ordered new proper drone shell with cool colours.
     
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  2. hellaflush

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    When they send your tubing in a seperate package 2 days after the rest of the gear
     
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  3. MR CHILLED

    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    Probably had to wait for it to arrive at their place.
     
  4. hellaflush

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    Have you considered changing your name to MR OBVIOUS?
     
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  5. MR CHILLED

    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    I will when you change yours to FirstWorldFsckingProblems.
     
  6. Butcher9_9

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    Might have been dropship. Suppliers often prefer to part ship orders to get things off their back order and so they are not holding so much allocated stock.

    PS, Talking about things with names starting with Mr. Is that block a Mr Squirty? and by that I mean one of those ones that squirts if you bend it.
     
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  7. argent

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    Just a note to becareful about any force that will bend the inlet/outlet of the GPU block as noted in these vids:

     
  8. hellaflush

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    Yeah I'm aware of all the fuss. I see these as the female equivalent of a GPU block.

    They look great and only squirt when you use force.
     
  9. MR CHILLED

    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    Exactly.
     
  10. spit051261

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    Just added a couple of fans and spruced it up a bit...it's almost there :D
    I was going to put it in " rate my cables" but that's unfair to everyone else :Pirate:
    [​IMG]
     
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  11. spit051261

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    It gets better .
    This now looks good :rolleyes:
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  12. Azure-Drued

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    Spec's are in Sig........ Went from a rx 560 to a 5600xt....Very impressed........... temps haven't gone past 44 Degrees playing overwatch at ultra settings and upscaled 140%....
     
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  13. spit051261

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    Just started building a new one .
    This might for something or other .
    I just enjoy building the things .

    [​IMG]
     
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  14. m3k

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    nice,

    i re did my cooling direction and got rid of the nhd15 and recycled my old AIO with 3d printed nuts- Yes. im using threaded PLA to hold down my CPU cooler with a 3d printed backplate... and my temps are better than the nhd15... with liquid metal... now im just using regular thermal paste .... so uh i might bite the bullet and purchase a new AIO

    the nhd15 is a great cooler and all but the 9900k is a very hot chip.. even lapped. did i mention i lapped my 9900k recently and it still wont hold 5ghz without hitting 100c at full load -_- delid next

    [​IMG]
     
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  15. Nethiuz

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    Really like the contrasting colours.
     
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  16. spit051261

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    Its actually a very good gaming pc.
    Not really for oc.
     
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  17. Samicans

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    those are some sweet sweet builds but personally I like spit051261's build. its got the best airflow and personally looks the best although if he had some space to mount those rads that be a lot cleaner
     
  18. shredder

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    That thing's freakish looking. I mean in a cool way. I hardly even recognise it as a computer.
     
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  19. hellaflush

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    Reservoir and tubing to go after dinner/tomorrow
     
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  20. asho444

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    Just ordered a 1tb NVME ssd to upgrade the 500Gb sata, should be a nice jump and a new 200mm fan to finish the gengar build.
     
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