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    Well, I'm not sure if you have crossed through something like this, but since you have the opportunity to do this kind of things, I leave the task to you

    http://www.twistedmods.com/modules.php?nam...rtid=242&page=2

    Don't let the neon blind you from my purpose. I just want to show you about the fans (and how big they are ).

    Hope you like it

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    lol

    i like it... time to see if clocker duz tho

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    Originally posted by atiVidia@10 February 2004 - 22:10
    lol

    i like it... time to see if clocker duz tho


    I said CLOCKER!!!!













    As I said, my point won't be the obvious one, but the "behind-the-scenes" one

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    Power supply is at the bottom.


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    Interesting.
    There are several features that I like a lot...removable motherboard tray, the PSU placement, the use of thumbscrews.

    The size troubles me though.
    I'm having much better success establishing good airflow patterns in my small case than was possible in the Xaser.
    My next case will be even smaller I think.

    What was it about that case that made you think of me?
    The excessive number of fans?

    I admit to a fondness for spinney things....
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    and you make fun of abu for his "carnival rides" inside his comp

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    the extra room could allow for a sexy Aquarius watercooling system to be stored INSIDE the case LOL

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    With my PSU remounted into the lower front of the case, my Aquarius snuggled into the old PSU location quite nicely.
    It was a great installation...
    Too bad the pump started to act wonky.
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

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    clear
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    I started to get a rattling noise from the impellor.
    The pump had been almost totally silent, but overnight it became the loudest thing in my machine.
    Believe it or not, even with all my fans my comp is whisper quiet.
    The water pump, even though it was apparently working fine, became a real distraction.
    I was concerned that it might fail totally while I wasn't around.
    I considered running it through the fan header on my board...that way I could implement a shutdown program if the pump failed, but I'm trying to free the board of any extraneous power drains, so I just removed the H2O setup altogether temporarily.
    I'm actually very fond of the darling little radiator and I love the way I have it set up, but the pump and waterblock are marginal I think.
    The problem with replacing the pump is that all of the good replacements have larger inlet/outlet fittings which will render the radiator obsolete...
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

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