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PC guts thread.
#1
Post a pic of the inside of your case.
I love looking at hardware Laugh

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Don't mind the low quality. I had 1% battery left on my phone. (it went empty just a few secs after making the pic)
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#2
it looks so pretty. My favorite thing about this pic is the blue lights.
Windows 7 - Asus G73jh-a1 - 17-720qm @ 1.6 GHz (2.8 GHz)(2.4ghz)(1.73ghz) - ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5870 @ 700/1000 (sometimes oc to 800/1100) - 8 gig ram
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#3
I noticed the red sticker at bottom with the number called 1200.
It might indicate your PSU is 1200W.
durable PC since 2008
CPU : E7200 @ 2.53 GHz 1.04 V / OC 3.7 GHz 1.36 V (390*9.5, 4GB DDR2 780)
GPU : 8600GT (GDDR3, 256 MB) / OC (750 / 900)
BOARD : GA-EP31-DS3L (rev 1.0) broken and bought a second hand one replaced
PSU : 300 W
OS : Windows 7 Home Basic x86
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#4
(06-10-2010, 04:04 AM)pcsx2fan Wrote: I noticed the red sticker at bottom with the number called 1200.
It might indicate your PSU is 1200W.

Pretty sure that's an Antec TruePower Quattro 1200W. Given he has dual GTX 480's, I'd say that's a good choice. Tongue
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#5
If I'm not mistaken, that is an Asus Rampage II Extreme and...4 HDD's. Also, I thought the fan on the PSU is supposed to face up when it's at the bottom like that.

Eh...Too lazy to pull my PC out of my desk and take a picture of its innards.
Nappa: Vegeta! What does the scouter say about his power level?
Vegeta: It's...one thousand and six.
Nappa: Wh-...really?
Vegeta: Yeah! Beat him up Nappa!
Nappa: Yay!
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#6
(06-10-2010, 04:26 AM)ilovejedd Wrote:
(06-10-2010, 04:04 AM)pcsx2fan Wrote: I noticed the red sticker at bottom with the number called 1200.
It might indicate your PSU is 1200W.

Pretty sure that's an Antec TruePower Quattro 1200W. Given he has dual GTX 480's, I'd say that's a good choice. Tongue
I originally went for corsair hx1000w but it went out of stock and didn't want to wait any longer. Also hardware.info shows it would be powerfull enough for 3 gtx480's + a 980x @ 4.5ghz

(06-10-2010, 05:40 AM)dr_thrax Wrote: If I'm not mistaken, that is an Asus Rampage II Extreme and...4 HDD's. Also, I thought the fan on the PSU is supposed to face up when it's at the bottom like that.

Eh...Too lazy to pull my PC out of my desk and take a picture of its innards.
The rampage II extreme is slightly bigger than the avarage ATX so it blocked some of my cable management holes Sad
It's a Rampage II extreme with 2 caviar black 500GB's in raid0 since that will work a lot faster than a 1TB caviar black
A blu-ray reader, and a bracket for the future ssd.

I have a H50 cooler but it came with screws of wich 2 out of 4 weren't big enough to mount it to the backfan... so i'll look into it later after the renovation of the living room is done hence the ugly rag so my deskchair won't damage the wood under it Tongue
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#7
Oh, so I was off by 2 HDD's. Tongue
Finally took a pic of my PC. It's not on so no light show. Tongue2
Looks messy, but the wires are actually tucked towards the side of the case (towards the camera), so there's room for airflow from the front.


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Nappa: Vegeta! What does the scouter say about his power level?
Vegeta: It's...one thousand and six.
Nappa: Wh-...really?
Vegeta: Yeah! Beat him up Nappa!
Nappa: Yay!
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(06-10-2010, 08:40 PM)dr_thrax Wrote: Oh, so I was off by 2 HDD's. Tongue
Finally took a pic of my PC. It's not on so no light show. Tongue2

That's quite a big fan on the cpu / motherboard Tongue
Modular psu's make it all so much easier.
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#9
The fan is 12 cm. That and the camera/phone was pointing diagonally downwards.
Meh, the PSU is semi-modular. Half of the wires are modular and half aren't.
Nappa: Vegeta! What does the scouter say about his power level?
Vegeta: It's...one thousand and six.
Nappa: Wh-...really?
Vegeta: Yeah! Beat him up Nappa!
Nappa: Yay!
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#10
It's the same for me but i just hid them in front of the psu.
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