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Old 08-07-07, 04:24 PM
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project richy's new rig

building my dream machine

silverstone tek sst tjo7 which i will modify dont know how yet but will deffinatly have a different opening mechanism different switches and lights

abit 32max wi/fi dont know wether or not too watercool nb and sb pwm yet

qx6700 with dtek fuzion waterblock 1/2 tubing 150ml xspc passive res with a pa 120.2 laing d5 vario pump cooled by 2x noctua 1200rpm dont know wether to use fluid xp + ext jekyl and hyde or zerex yet

dominator pc2 10000 4gb's

2x Xfx 8800 ultra xxx edition watercooled with ek delrin full cover blocks 3/8 tubing zerex or fluid xp laing d5 vario pump xspc 500ml res pa120.3 noctua 1200rpm fans

soundblaster X-FI fatal1ty extreme gamer

aegia physx

thermaltake 1200w psu

1x wd raptor x 150gb

2x seagate barracuda 500gb sata 2

Pioneer DVR-212D S-ATA 18x DVD ±R/±RW/RAM Dual Layer Black

Samsung SH-S203 S-ATA 20x20 Dual Layer DVD-Rewritable Black

gm3200dpi mouse

already got mb psu fuzion waterblock ek waterblocks mouse 2x d5's enough tubing to sink a battle ship cathodes new led's and new push to make switches sound card fans rads reservoirs barbs jubilee clips loads of arctic slver 5 tj07 is coming this week and a fresh pair of running shoes when the missus finally works out how much it costs lol

so just the expensive stuff to get

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Old 08-07-07, 04:32 PM
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Sounds like a pretty damn sweet rig dude, should be pretty damn pumping. Looking forward to the build and pics
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Old 08-07-07, 04:43 PM
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looks awsome, all but one thing

if it were me, i'd swap out the tacky thermaltake psu, for somthing a little more solid, say, the tagan 1100W ...

tagan make awsome psu's, thermaltake do not.

other than that, thats some awsome power
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Old 08-07-07, 05:03 PM
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the outer shell is thermaltake but all the internal is made by channel well technologyand they make great stuff just read this

http://enthusiast.hardocp.com/articl...hlbnRodXNpYXN0

and kempez "Sounds like a pretty damn sweet rig dude, should be pretty damn pumping. Looking forward to the build and pics"

two d5s should do some great pumping lol good to hear i am on the right tracks at last
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Old 08-07-07, 05:08 PM
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looks awsome, all but one thing

if it were me, i'd swap out the tacky thermaltake psu, for somthing a little more solid, say, the tagan 1100W ...

tagan make awsome psu's, thermaltake do not.

other than that, thats some awsome power
Thermaltake's ToughPower's kick Tagan's whole linup's ass. They make some good value oriented units as well.
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Old 08-07-07, 06:12 PM
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tbh, i'm not a thermaltake fan

i like some of there cases, namely the tsunami dream, having owned one, i really liked it, but there componants are not to my liking

exept ofcorse the giant cooler they did, cant remember what its called, hexus did a huge review of cpu coolers, and that came out ontop of the tuniq tower and loads of others, it came out, on top, out of like 60 coolers, that looks good too

my other recomendation would be the pcp&c silencer 750W, cos tbh, in that rig, i dont see the need for 1200W, and the pcp&c although more expensive, would be more stable, would last longer, etc etc etc

just a thought
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Old 08-07-07, 06:32 PM
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Two Ultra's and an QX6700 @ stock would be perfect on a Corsair HX620w.

If he wants to get the quad to say 3.5GHz and get some more out of the Ultra's, I'd say a Toughpower 850, Enermax Galaxy DXX 850w, or even Antec's new TPQ-850 which kicks some serious ass (Truepower Quad 850w).
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Old 08-07-07, 08:41 PM
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That is an amazing rig mate!

I cannot wait for piccars!
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Old 19-07-07, 07:36 PM
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cheers guys just got tj-07 case hey at least i have the box to sleep in if the girlfriend kicks me out lol
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Old 19-07-07, 08:04 PM
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damn that rig is pretty amazing. Make sure to post a bunch of pics once finished
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