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  • The PC Gallery

    Rules:

    Please keep images either small, 800x600 type size, under 200k each or link to them.
    2 images per person (doesnt include linking)
    Keep Random chat to a min :)

    Anyone that has no webspace for uploading pictures, PM Me
    From Adam Webb

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    Clean inside... Wires hidden as much as possible, IDE cables folded so not to block airflow. I hate SATA or rounded cables, they dont fold out the way!


    BOOOOOORING:


    Hmmmmm Coolness
    De-Shimed ATI 9700pro
    From Adam Webb

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    • #3
      nice sleak design

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      • #4
        Mine is like Olags, but I don't have digi cam and I have the ugliest wiring job ever, wires everywhere really.

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        • #5
          His cd and floppy drives aren't silver :shock: "GASP"

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          • #6
            pfft surely some others have pictures of there pcs modded pcs....

            The CDRW is the right colour :P and theres no point changing colour of the drives if you change cases yearly :P
            From Adam Webb

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            • #7
              LOL

              I'll try to get a shot of mine...but my wiring is a mess...I just haven't figured out how to make it look neat!

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              • #8
                I need to blow the dust balls out, clean up the coffee stains, buy a new case, cpu, mobo, graphics card, sound card, fans, and a camera, and I'm all set.

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                • #9
                  lol...:(
                  From Adam Webb

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                  • #10
                    might delete this since no one wants to post theirs....
                    From Adam Webb

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                    • #11
                      ill post one if someone can put it up for me :)

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Overlag
                        De-Shimed ATI 9700pro
                        ....ummm...Adam....whatcha doing there ? :shock:

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by phyllis
                          Originally posted by Overlag
                          De-Shimed ATI 9700pro
                          ....ummm...Adam....whatcha doing there ? :shock:
                          as standard, old ATI cards come with a shim that protects the GPU, the slight problem is, they was overprotective and infact that ment the heatsink needed a thermal pad that was 2 to 4mm thick to touch the GPU. This caused bad cooling....

                          When i had watercooling, i took the heatsink off and of corse the thermal pad was destroyed in the proccess. Not that i would want to use one again. My watercooler had a grove in it so it wouldnt touch the shim allowing prefect contact with just thermal paste.

                          But now ive gone back to aircooling i had to either:

                          1. get a new heatsink that had grove in it for the shim.
                          2. get a thermal (insulator) pad :?
                          3. remove the shim altogether......

                          i choose the "easy" option :shock:
                          From Adam Webb

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by GAZ
                            ill post one if someone can put it up for me :)
                            can you send them via email? If so PM me so i can give you my email address, and i will host
                            From Adam Webb

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                            • #15
                              Re: The PC Gallery

                              TheFeniX

                              So just this week I decided to upgrade to XP. I figured I might as well update my hardware while I was at it. I ended up grabbing a hefty Enermax quiet PS, 2 Serial ATA 80GB hard drives, and hooking up the SB Audigy I bought a while back. You can click on the pics for larger versions.


                              My Case and new hardware to be installed. (The Diet Pepsi didn't make it into the case though)


                              A closer look at the inside.


                              The old HDDs and PS removed along with a shot of the hard drive swapper I bought a while back before I purchased my firelite drive. I figured I'd use it to transfer files from my old drives.



                              New parts installed. The PS was kind of tough with the extra thick covering on the cables, but I got that bastard in there.



                              My old 80 GB with water block that my distributor didn't send me the 2nd drive mounting for and I bent my only extra crimp. It was never actually hooked up. It took a good talking to from my trusty flat-head, but I was able to pry that crap off.

                              This was one of the easiest installs I've done in a while. I'm mad that I didn't get a picture of after I cleaned up the inside cabling, but I'll live. The striped array is working fine, and I do seem to notice a performance gain in file transfers, although that could just be the new OS.
                              From Adam Webb

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