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    Project lumix

    Project LUMIX

    The case is a Coolermaster HAFX


    hardware:

    motherboard: ASUS Rampage II Extreme
    Processor: Intel Core i7 i7-920
    memory: Adata Extreme Edition DDR3 1600 (Micron D9jnm)
    grafic cards: 2X XFX 9800GX2
    Hdd,s: 2X intel ssd 80 gig 1x samsung F3 1TB
    Psu: 1000 Be-quiet dark power pro

    Cooling setup:

    Cpu: EK-Supreme LT - Plexi - Nickel
    Chipset: EK-FB RE2 - Nickel ver.2
    Mosfet: EK-Mosfet ASUS X58 KIT - Nickel
    Grafic cards: EK-FC9800 GX2 SLI - Plexi
    Rad: Black Ice SR-1 380, MagiCool COPPER Radiator 280
    Pomp: Koolance PMP-450S, Bitspower D5/MCP655 Mod Pump Top V2 Acrylic,
    Bitspower D5 Mod Kit


    Sponsors






    Last edited by vin_tech; 08-02-2010 at 01:08 PM.

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    nvt...
    Last edited by vin_tech; 08-02-2010 at 12:10 PM.

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    nvt
    Last edited by vin_tech; 08-02-2010 at 12:11 PM.

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    The GPUs look real nice packed together like that!
    Signatures make my posts look huge... but I'm not humble enough to completely remove my signature, so I kept this note explaining it.

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    Noiseblocker makes white fans?

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    Custom paint I think !
    Bad english speaking

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    Yes its custom painted..

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    I like the way you did the SSD's.. did you just cut a hole there and screw them in? If so I think I might do the same thing.
    Last edited by Kenjiwing; 07-20-2010 at 09:53 AM.

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    I cut a hole and the ssd gets behind the plate, only the black plastic cover is on the top of the plate. (sorry for my bad enlish)


    Edit, i can shoot perfect pictures at the moment, my camera is broken. soon i wil get better pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vin_tech View Post
    I cut a hole and the ssd gets behind the plate, only the black plastic cover is on the top of the plate. (sorry for my bad enlish)


    Edit, i can shoot perfect pictures at the moment, my camera is broken. soon i wil get better pictures.
    That sounds great im in no huge rush

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    Update


    First i wil thanks my sponser for send me a powersupply



    Psu arrived from my sponsor
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    Newton R2 1000W, 80 PLUS - Fractal Design



    De PSU


    Smart Modular, 80 PLUS and single 12V rail!
    The key features
    ■Dedicated single 12V-rail, powering a total of 75A
    ■100% real wattage - this PSU delivers what it claims to do!
    ■Smart Modular - all modular cables have the same type of connection, making it easy to connect the way you want and also making it future proof
    ■Silent (135mm fan) and 80 PLUS certified - save your ears and the environment
    ■Quality - Durability and extremely low failure rate
    ■Five years warranty

    Specifications
    ■80 PLUS certified
    ■1000W continous load capacity, 1230W peak load capacity
    ■At normal load (<350W) the fan speed will be lower than 600rpm
    ■Extra long cables to support full tower cases
    ■Industrial grade, high quality Japanese capacitors for optimal performance and reliability
    ■Active PFC delivers clean and reliable power
    ■Supports ATX12V 2.3, EPS12V 2.91/2.92 and older ATX12V v2.01
    ■Full range universal input 115V-230V
    ■Over Current/Voltage/Power Protection, Under Voltage Protection and Short Circuit Protection
    ■Safety approvals for CE, EMC and LVD
    ■Multi-language manual
    ■Size (D x W x H, mm): 165 x 150 x 86
    Cable configuration
    Summary
    1x 20/24-pin, 1x 8pin(4+4pin), 4x PCI-Express, 12x SATA connectors, 10x Molex 4-pin connectors, 1x Floppy

    Fixed cables

    ■1x 20/24-pin, 65cm long
    ■1x 8(4+4)-pin, 65cm long
    Modular cables
    ■4x PCI-express 8-pin(6+2) cable, each 45cm long
    ■2x SATA cable, 4 connectors, total 95cm long
    ■1x SATA cable, 4 connectors, total 80cm long
    ■1x Molex 4-pin cable, 4 connectors, total 95cm long
    ■1x Molex 4-pin cable, 4 connectors, total 80cm long
    ■1x Molex 4-pin/Floppy cable, 2+1 connectors, total 65cm long

    DC Output Max load Max output
    +3.3V 24A 170W (combined +3.3V and +5V)
    +5V 30A 170W (combined +3.3V and +5V)
    +12V 75A 900W
    -12V 0.5A 6W
    +5VSB 3A 15W
    Total combined power 1000W



























    this week wil the powersupply get sleeved more update,s to come.

    Mvg vincent.

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    Smart looking work mate! Kinda short worklog though hehe

    Another thing I find funny is AMD/Intel would snipe any of our Moms on a grocery run if it meant good quarterly results, and you are forever whining about what feser did?

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    Yeah this could've almost gone into the Liquid Cooling Case Gallery... but if you're making revisions, then definitely keep us posted!
    Signatures make my posts look huge... but I'm not humble enough to completely remove my signature, so I kept this note explaining it.

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    Update:



    The case is replaced for a Coolermaster HAFX



    First i wil thanks Highflow.nl for the sponsoring






    Have just replaced my hardware and wil think for some mod options:





















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    special thanx for dimastech for send me a cpu block:



    Dimastech Nethuns











    Last edited by vin_tech; 08-02-2010 at 01:06 PM.

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    more pictures






























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