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nickjf20

Member Since 24 Oct 2011
Offline Last Active Apr 18 2014 01:48 PM
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#1915333 Water cooled G4 Cube

Posted by MiniHack on 15 May 2013 - 03:21 PM

A couple of shots for scale on how this compares to the internal size of the Cube:

#1909970 v3nom's 2nd G5 Mod - dust free

Posted by v3nom on 23 April 2013 - 06:37 PM

I will start my 2nd G5 Mod in the near future. For this project I will use the knowledge I got from my first mod and all the great inspiration from you! My plans are: - almost inaudible cooling - keep the components dust free - two 3,5" HDDs + two 2,5" SSDs in the upper part - 120mm fan in the back - mATX MB - two 140mm fans in the front with simple detachable dust filters. Easy access after opening the G5 side panel - no blocking of the airstream -> better GPU cooling -> quieter cooling (biggest issue of my first mod, maybe I should reactivate the water cooling) - mod a PSU to fit inside the G5 PSU case What I already have: - 2x 140mm Enermax Cluster fans (front) - 2x 140mm fan dust filters - 1x 80mm Enermax Cluster fan (HDD Tray) - 1x 120mm eLoop-P (back) - Lian Li HDD tray for two SATA drives, I hope this can fit @ the G5 HDD tray location - late 2004 G5 case with front panel and a G5 PSU case - mATX 120mm LaserHive kit - mATX mainboard (Asus P8Z77-M Pro)...

#1901940 Graphite G4 Replacement Grill Ideas

Posted by WhatTheTech on 29 March 2013 - 01:25 PM

Holy large image Batman...

#1901809 Minihack - a slightly different G5 case mod.

Posted by maximus on 28 March 2013 - 10:35 PM

That Lamptron is pleasing to my eyes and makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

#1894316 [Build Log] Shifty G5/mATX Conversion

Posted by WhatTheTech on 05 March 2013 - 06:16 PM

Don't you just hate money? Seriously if I win the lottery, I'm buying a stockpile of modding supplies and computer components and then opening a store that a select few can just browse through with a shopping cart. Your total today sir? $0. MOD ON!

#1892192 [How-To] How-To

Posted by Mr.D. on 26 February 2013 - 02:02 AM

It would seem redundant to post a how-to on how to write a how-to, however, in an effort to clean and organize the Mods and Overclocking sub-forum up a little bit, I'd like to share my ideas on this, and ask for your input. The idea is that eventually there will be a [How-To]/[Tutorials] sub-forum right under the Benchmarks sub-forum that people have ignored for the past 6 months. What I would like to do is sift thru the posts below, find some examples of nearly or all-the-way completed [How-To]s and then pin them. This would put them at the top of the forum, in theory getting the most reads. The idea then would be to have the original author make any final tweaks or additions that should be made to the original post, and after a period of 'final commenting', the [How-To]/[Tutorial] would be promoted to the sub-forum above. The catch being that those tutorials would be locked - no edits or comments allowed. If there were changes that needed to be made, they could be di...
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