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AAHHHHH back up and pic whoring again! PICS!

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by jjlaughner, Feb 6, 2005.

  1. jjlaughner

    jjlaughner 3/4 ton status

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    35" Wrangler AT/S's
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    these tires are discontinued so I had to buy the last set I could find, and they came on Black 6lug rims! WOO HOO

    Pic of the ZR2 sitting atop a parking garage in downtown indy while we where at the Offroad SEMA Show
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    Here's some pics from the Proving Grounds at the SEMA show
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  2. jjlaughner

    jjlaughner 3/4 ton status

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    Here's why I was offline and not pic whoring

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    (yes the tower is actually that tall! its not a sctreched pic)
    Notice the two black face drives....
    1st /top: Samsung 52x CD-RW/16x DVD Combo Drive
    Second: Samsung 16x DVD-RW Dual Layer (2.4x) DVD Burner

    I finally finished the major upgrades to the computer
    AMD 64 PC3200 2.01GHz
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    Gigabyte K8NS Ultra 939
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    Gigabyte Adjustable CPU cooler with LED's, 1GB OCZ PC3200 dual channel DDR Ram and Clip-over cooler
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    Matrox P750 64MB Dual 128bit Processors/Dual DVI output 8x AGP video Card
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    74GB 10,000RPM Sata Hard Drive, Raptor Series by Western Digital
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    LED's (still need to install my UV lights to lightup my new UV cables)
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    Since I have the New Raptor hard drive I had to pull out my old 120gb IDE drive
    So I bought a 1394/USB2 External drive
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  3. jjlaughner

    jjlaughner 3/4 ton status

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    Also bought some new Poker Chips for Hold'em Poker nights
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    And some KEM plastic poker cards (monaco series)
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    AND!!!! I just won this off ebay
    WHISKEY FURNITURE
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    [​IMG] poker table and bumper pool

    [​IMG] backside of the couch

     
  4. Jonny-K5

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    damn, thats a pretty flashy comp. how much coin do u have in it?
     
  5. sled_dog

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    in my experience bottom of the case mounted fans are innefficient and make more noise than they add to the cooling. Just stating something for you to think about. Nice full tower, who makes that? And my CPU fan is adjustable too :D I just don't have that blingin 3.5" bay setup :mad: I need to build a watercooled setup again to show you up :).

    So how was Sema offroad? Thought I read it sucked in another post.
     
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    nice rig man... :waytogo:
     
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    Just wondering but why would you need a adjustable gigabit thing? wouldnt you just want it as high as it could go all the time? Kinda like those Banks 6 gun things, If i had one on a Cummins or Duramax id just have it on the highest setting all the time:cool1:
     
  8. Resurrection_Joe

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    Bad milage, emissions maybe, controlability in certain conditions
     
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    at the highest volume its gonna be LOUD, you've obviouslly never heard a loud computer fan or you'd get it.
     
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    Jeremi ah, what is all in there that makes it need such a big tower?
    Thanks
     
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    personally I would rather have one setting, turn it on and forget it... But the noise these things make at high speeds are crazy, not bad if your gaming or have music/tv turned on but in the same room or down the hall from one at night is crazy (mines in my room). so to set it at 35% its quite (WELL! as quite as 10 fans can be). so when I'm working I can crank it up ( and at night turn it down, it would be nice to have an auto adjusting fan though :thinking:



    As far as the bottom case fan I think it helps a great deal. A silent 92mm fan in the bottom make less noise than an 80mm LED fan exhausting the air through small case holes. My case actually sits 1.5"-2" off the floor on a sheet of plexiglass, so the vacuum caused by the redirection of air cools the air further (the cool air off the floor at that) before it pulls it into the case. Current fan rate is

    -92mm in the bottom (silent)
    -92mm in the front (silent)
    -92mm out the top (silent)
    -80mm in the bottom of the power supply
    -80mm out the back of the power supply
    -80mm in over the hard drive
    -80mm LED fan out the back at the top
    -40mm (or smaller) on the motherboard
    -40mm or smaller on the video card
    -plus the adjustable Heatsink that is far from silent

    In addition to those add in a 52x cd-rom/rw, a 10,000RPM Hard drive, and an External Harddrive a the fan pulling air off the floor is hardly noticable... :cool:
     
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    Maybe its that super magic goo that makes a nice solid seal between the CPU and the heat sink
     
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    ding, looks like a copper heatsink compound. THe mating surfaces betwen CPU and heatsink aren't always flat and even when they are a very thin layer of heatsink compound between them will help to transfer heat far more efficiently.

    Jeremiah, be a man and get a Delta high output fan :D I ran one of those for about 6 months and left it on while I slept, I slept with a pillow over my head for that time.
     
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    Ive got two questions.......

    Do your house lights dim when you turn that monster on?

    Wrangler AT/S?????????????????

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    with a banks 6 gun, the highest setting is only for limited use. you cant run around all day like that, probly not more than say a 1/4mi..motor will overheat and burn up. thats why there are so many settings. 2 or 3 might be the max you can use for towing, 4 maybe unloaded, 1 or 2 for fuel ecomony.. etc.
     
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    yep its a tube of artic silver thermal paste
     
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    I have a Vantec Tornado but its 56dbs and sounds like a helicopter in my room:crazy: 92mm version pulls 15watts and moves 120CFM :blush:
     
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    ah yeah... my room is on a breaker of its own for that very reason :cool:
    3 monitors, computer, 32" tv, stereo/dvd players, celling fan and 2 powered subwoofers...


    YEP Wrangler AT/S's! :cool:
     

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