Post your custom PC!!!

Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by iMpathetic, Mar 14, 2009.

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    iMpathetic

    #1
    Firstly, I know that there is a Post your Windows Setup thread, but PC's may not run Windows. They also may not run OS X.

    If you built it yourself, post it here!

    Specs of mine:

    -- Antec Three Hundred case
    -- 350W PSU
    -- ASRock G41M-Le motherboard
    -- 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo E4600
    -- 2GB Kingston DDR2 800MHz
    -- 200GB Seagate IDE HDD
    -- 512MB XFX GeForce 9400GT'
    -- Vista Ultimate

    All for $275 shipped.

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    adamvk

    #2
    Good idea :)

    I actually no longer have this, I replaced it with my Macbook Pro. I'm considering building another one though.

    Intel Quad Core Q6700 2.66GHZ
    8GB OCZ Reaper Ram
    8800GT Factory Superclocked
    Coolermaster Cosmos 1000 Full Tower PC Case
    600W Coolermaster Extreme Power PSU
    Windows Vista Ultimate 64-Bit
    Acer 24" Widescreen LCD
    Logitech EX 110 Mouse/keyboard combo
    Harmon/Kardon 2.1 speaker system


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    edit: by the way, it weighed about 90lbs :)
     
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    iMpathetic

    #3
    DAYYYUUUUMMMM that's a purty rig.

    Mine needs a better pic, I think. One will be posted momentarily.
     
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    adamvk

    #4
    I thought I'd make a separate post for my other PC. Its slower than the one above, but I like it.

    Pentium D 3.2GHZ
    4GB Ram
    8800GT
    19" Samsung LCD
    Xion Solaris PC Case (w/ Sound reactive cathodes)

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    iMpathetic

    #5
    Whoa! It's a ghetto Xion case! No offense, only seen them in the back of my local PC shop. :D

    EDIT: Ever tried cable management?
     
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    adamvk

    #6
    Lol way WAY too many wires.

    I have all the standard wires plus the 4 from the temperature reader and 4 more for controlling fan speeds. I also have 2 from the sound cathodes, 1 for the IDE-SATA converter, and several several others..:)
     
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    iMpathetic

    #7
    In that case, good sir, you are excused. :D

    Here are some (hopefully) better pictures. I took the PSU out of the hard drive bays and added a small tri-color LED fan to the front of the case.

    Oh, and I cleaned up some.
     

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    adamvk

    #8
    Ah, those pictures look much better.
     
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    iMpathetic

    #9
    Thanks!

    Wait'll you see the rig I hope to get tomorrow....

    -- Rocketfish case
    -- enermax 1000W PSU
    -- Gigabyte X48 motherboard
    -- Q6600 rock stable @3.6GHz
    -- Thermaltake Big Typhoon cooelr
    -- 4GB DDR3 1600MHz memory
    -- 2x 150GB WD Velociraptor 10,000RPM HDD's in RAID 0
    -- GeForce 8600GTS
    -- Blu-ray burner
     
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    adamvk

    #10

    Ah, very nice. I look forward to seeing it. Also remember everyone, YOU can post too, its not just a thread between me and iMpathetic. :)
     
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    iMpathetic

    #11
    ..... it's not?

    Haha, check out how the case is gonna look!

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    adamvk

    #12
    Oh, I love those rocketfish cases. They're so sleek and stylish.
     
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    trekkie604

    #13
    My custom PC is about a year and a half old... but here it is:

    Specs:
    Intel Core 2 Duo E6600, Asus P5K-Deluxe/WiFi-AP Mobo, 4GB OCZ Platinum XTC REV.2 PC2-6400 RAM, 320MB EVGA GeForce 8800 GTS, 2x Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 320GB SATA2 HD, Pioneer DVR-212D Blk SATA 18x18 DVDRW, 20" Dell UltraSharp 2005FPW Widescreen Display, Windows Vista Ultimate SP2.

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    fireshot91

    #14
    +1 for the Xion Solaris! (By the way, did you ever get the [lights?] on the DVD/CD parts working?)

    (The computer is powered off right now).
    EDIT: Sorry the first pic is from the Messy Desk thread...its much cleaner now.
    Intel Core2Duo 2.4Ghz E4200?
    4GB OCZ High Performance RAM
    1TB Western Digital Green, 7200 RPM (All of my data)
    160 WD, 5400 RPM (Windows)
    ATI 256MB Video Card
    22" Acer Widescreen
    Wireless 802.11G
    450W Xion power supply (It sucks, I had to replace it twice already!)
     

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    adamvk

    #15
    Thats a SWEET case!!!! :)

    Yes, I did get the DVD/CD lights working.
     
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    fireshot91

    #16
    Did you just mount some LEDs inside it and then run that to the Power Supply?

    I don't think mine came with any LEDs near the DVD tray.
     
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    adamvk

    #17
    Maybe we're not thinking of the same thing :)

    What are you thinking of?
     
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    iMpathetic

    #18
    T minus an hour and a half until pickup!! Will post pics as soon as it's set up and stable.
     
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    dmmcintyre3

    #19
    I hope you like it!
     
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    iMpathetic

    #20
    So do I!
     
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    fireshot91

    #21


    Where the DVD tray is. Above the power button. Theres a green "bar". I kinda assumed that that was supposed to light up. But, on your pictures it doesn't seem to light up.
     
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    iMpathetic

    #22
    She's arrived!

    Currently trying to fix a damn windows disc. Won't load.
     

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    fireshot91

    #23
    1) That case looks HUGE
    2) Is the Power Supple on the bottom?
    3)What're your specs?
     
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    iMpathetic

    #24
    1. It IS
    2. Yes.
    3.


    -- Rocketfish case
    -- enermax 1000W PSU
    -- Gigabyte X48 motherboard
    -- Q6600 rock stable @3.6GHz
    -- Thermaltake Big Typhoon cooelr
    -- 4GB DDR3 1600MHz memory
    -- 2x 150GB WD Velociraptor 10,000RPM HDD's in RAID 0
    -- GeForce 8600GTS
    -- Blu-ray burner
     
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    adamvk

    #25
    OOOO, that one. Ya it doesn't work for me either, whatever it is.




    Very nice :)

    Hope ya like it.
     

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