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Money Pit by Bullmastiff   (2 comments)

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RANK: 6.8 out of 5 votes
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SYSTEM RIG INFORMATION
CPU Brand:Intel
Motherboard brand:210
Motherboard:ASUS P5AD2-E-Premium Motherboard Intel 925X/XE Chip Set LGA 775
Case Brand:337
Small Form Factor:No
CPU Cooling brand:919
CPU Cooler Type:water
CPU cooler:Danger Den RBX CPU Block
Additional Cooling Info:This is all of the systems info
Water Cooling parts 3/8 ID 1/2 OD
Aqua Computer Aquagrati X850 VGA
Swiftech MCW30 SLI Chipset Water Block
Danger Den RBX CPU Block
Innovatek Konvekt-O-Matic MAXI Passive Radiator
Innovatek Konvektor MAXI Booster Kit
Swiftech MCRES-MICRO High-Flow Reservoir
Swiftech MCP655 12v Water Pump 317 GPH
Tygon R-3603 Tubing
Zalman Flow Indicator
Case ---
ANTEC PlusView 1000 AMG
ANTEC NeoHE 550 Watt ATX Power Supply
CPU
Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition 3.46 Gallatin 1066MHz FSB
Internal Clock 3802 MHz Temp Idle @34 C
GPU ---
ASUS Extreme AX850XT PE/2DHTV Video Card Idle @34 C
VGA Memory Clock 621 MHz
VGA Core Clock 574 MHz
Motherboard
ASUS P5AD2-E-Premium Motherboard Intel 925X/XE Chip Set LGA 775
Ram ---
CORSAIR XMS PRO (4 x 512MB) DDR2 pc 5400
Hardrives ---
2X0Raid Western Digital Raptor 74GB 10,000 RPM 8MB Serial ATA150
1 Maxtor 250 GB external
1 Maxtor 80 GB external
Sound ---
Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Elite 7.1 Channels 24-bit 96KHz PCI Interface Sound Card
Logitech Z-5500 505 Watts 5.1 Speaker
ROMs ---
1 LiTE-ON Combo LTC-48161H
1 PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-105
Display ---
Sharp Widescreen 32" HDTV AQUOS
Fans & Lights ---
1 LOGISYS 120mm Sleeve Blue LED Light UV CCFL Dual Ring Fan
3 Aerocool UV 80MM Case Fan
2X4in UV cathodes
2X12in UV cathodes
Video Card brand:88
Video Card:ASUS Extreme AX850XT PE/2DHTV
Case URL:

DESCRIPTION
I am new to computer modding and thought I would give it a try. I hope that everyone likes it.

Images


Water Cooling parts 3/8...

The Case

inside UVVVVVVVVVVVVV

The works

CPU Block

Uv glow baby glow

Outside of the case

My Sharp

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Computernut
Sun Mar 26, 06 7:51AM
Nice looking rig man. Report Comment
Aprilia
Sun May 07, 06 8:37AM
Nice. I can appreciate the title too. My husband has one that he started building in 2004, it ran for about 15 minutes before it started having serious errors; turns out he fried the mobo. Now that we're done with our home remodel, we're back to trying to breathe life into it again. (as much as I love having a $1,200+ paperweight...) I found the mobo, the heatsinks that should have been on the thing in the first place (file that one under "lessons learned the hard way") and now I'm look for a reservoir that doesn't leak (unlike the homemade one he tried to put together...and, to give credit, he suceeded...for a few weeks...and it looked really good. He could just could never get the sealer to hold; I don't think it liked the anti-freeze.). Don't happen to know of anyone that still has the res in stock, do you? Everyone I've found is out of stock, just selling the $180 kit or is in the UK and asking $59 + shipping for one. o_O Report Comment

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