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Old 09-27-2003, 11:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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wow...thats low budget
I've got you beat big guy!

AMD XP 1700+ DLT3C stepping running @ 2472 MHZ (215x11.5) H2O cooled
Epox 8RDA Chipset volt mod, 10K VR on Northbridge, H2O cooled
1 GB Corsair XMS 3500
Radeon 9700 Pro, volt modded, H2O cooled, custom RAM sinks
SB Audigy Platinum 2 playin on Klipsche Pro Media 5.1's (500 watts)
200 GB WD 7,200 RPM (8MB cache)
Plextor 48X cooker
Pioneer slot drive
Lian Li PC 65 with Baybus controllin the fans
Antec 550 PSU
almost forgot the best part, Eheim 1250 pump pushin 317 GPH through 1/2" clearflex hose... with Water Wetter and Dye Lite so Yes the hoses Glo in the dark
White Water CPU block, Custom block on the video card as well as a D Tek block on the North bridge. A custom reservoir was machined to fit in my lower drive bay to house the water (Nylon). I also used a Chevette heater core for my Heat exchanger with the help of a 120mm fan.

Whew.......well thats it, oops a 22" monitor projects all the goodness, gawd I love technology!!!!!!!!!!
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Interesting link CMGO! What will they think of next? :lol:
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wow...thats low budget*

I've got you beat big guy!

AMD XP 1700+ DLT3C stepping running @ 2472 MHZ (215x11.5) H2O cooled
Epox 8RDA Chipset volt mod, 10K VR on Northbridge, H2O cooled
1 GB Corsair XMS 3500
Radeon 9700 Pro, volt modded, H2O cooled, custom RAM sinks
SB Audigy Platinum 2 playin on Klipsche Pro Media 5.1's (500 watts)
200 GB WD 7,200 RPM (8MB cache)
Plextor 48X cooker
Pioneer slot drive
Lian Li PC 65 with Baybus controllin the fans
Antec 550 PSU
almost forgot the best part, Eheim 1250 pump pushin 317 GPH through 1/2" clearflex hose... with Water Wetter and Dye Lite so Yes the hoses Glo in the dark
White Water CPU block, Custom block on the video card as well as a D Tek block on the North bridge. A custom reservoir was machined to fit in my lower drive bay to house the water (Nylon). I also used a Chevette heater core for my Heat exchanger with the help of a 120mm fan.

Whew.......well thats it, oops a 22" monitor projects all the goodness, gawd I love technology!!!!!!!!!!
Now that you have highjacked this thread, we should probably create another thread for computer specs. I have too much to list but I will list a few things.
Athlon Xp 2400+
Soyo KT-400 Motherboard
3 GIGS of DDR ram...Yes, I said 3 GIGS :nana
Radeon 9700 Pro
4 HD's including a 40 GIG WD main, 2 Maxtor 80 GIG's, Lacie 120 GIG firewire...I can take with me :nana
Antec TrueBlue 480W PS
UMAX 9600 DPI scanner, CD Rom, Zip, USB Sony Burner, Lacie Firewire DVD Writer...ah the power of portability :nana
Dual monitors 21" Panasync, and a 19" NEC flat screen.
Oh yeah, and I used a Chevette flex fan to cool this bad boy! : :

It is all a matter of opinion on who has who beat.
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wow...thats low budget*

I've got you beat big guy!
Many things I listed, I can say "where were they on yours?" n
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Interesting link CMGO! What will they think of next? :lol:
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QUOTE (Spetsnaz Op @ Sep 28 2003, 01:14 PM)
wow...thats low budget*

I've got you beat big guy!

AMD XP 1700+ DLT3C stepping running @ 2472 MHZ (215x11.5) H2O cooled
Epox 8RDA Chipset volt mod, 10K VR on Northbridge, H2O cooled
1 GB Corsair XMS 3500
Radeon 9700 Pro, volt modded, H2O cooled, custom RAM sinks
SB Audigy Platinum 2 playin on Klipsche Pro Media 5.1's (500 watts)
200 GB WD 7,200 RPM (8MB cache)
Plextor 48X cooker
Pioneer slot drive
Lian Li PC 65 with Baybus controllin the fans
Antec 550 PSU
almost forgot the best part, Eheim 1250 pump pushin 317 GPH through 1/2" clearflex hose... with Water Wetter and Dye Lite so Yes the hoses Glo in the dark
White Water CPU block, Custom block on the video card as well as a D Tek block on the North bridge. A custom reservoir was machined to fit in my lower drive bay to house the water (Nylon). I also used a Chevette heater core for my Heat exchanger with the help of a 120mm fan.

Whew.......well thats it, oops a 22" monitor projects all the goodness, gawd I love technology!!!!!!!!!!
Now that you have highjacked this thread, we should probably create another thread for computer specs. I have too much to list but I will list a few things.
Athlon Xp 2400+
Soyo KT-400 Motherboard
3 GIGS of DDR ram...Yes, I said 3 GIGS :nana
Radeon 9700 Pro
4 HD's including a 40 GIG WD main, 2 Maxtor 80 GIG's, Lacie 120 GIG firewire...I can take with me :nana
Antec TrueBlue 480W PS
UMAX 9600 DPI scanner, CD Rom, Zip, USB Sony Burner, Lacie Firewire DVD Writer...ah the power of portability :nana
Dual monitors 21" Panasync, and a 19" NEC flat screen.
Oh yeah, and I used a Chevette flex fan to cool this bad boy! : :

It is all a matter of opinion on who has who beat.
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wow...thats low budget*

I've got you beat big guy!
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