generic view of the inside of the case


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this is from the Thermaltake website until i am able to upload a picture. this is the inside of the case. note... this is the 500w powersupply model. mine is a 1000w unit.

Posted Apr 16, 2008

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 (20) 
BlueThen  -  Apr 16, 2008
That looks fawesome.
EL  -  Apr 17, 2008
XD u should put mini spinners on those !@#$ wheels mang maybe a flame job and a lift kit :P
SnoooP  -  May 16, 2008
wow that looks shoot hot man :D lol
Cheiron  -  May 16, 2008
i got photos of it loaded to come tomorrow folks
SnoooP  -  May 16, 2008
good good :D
Cheiron  -  May 16, 2008
uploaded a sneak look now before i hit bed
SnoooP  -  May 16, 2008
cool ill check noww
criminal  -  May 17, 2008

XD u should put mini spinners on those !@#$ wheels mang maybe a flame job and a lift kit :P

Rofllll everybody has their own fantasies
jonesy44  -  May 17, 2008
does it keep beers cold ?

lulz..looks like a fridge xD
Cheiron  -  May 17, 2008
close jonesy lol.. it measures 24 inches high by 21 inches deep by 11 inches wide. empty case weighs 44lbs. full loaded... 135lbs
jonesy44  -  May 17, 2008
Aaah, that's of no use ! :P

My friend has some like liquid nitrogen compressor on his processor unit to work it 2x as hard, but keep it cool hah :P

Nice, you build it, or buy it ?
Cheiron  -  May 17, 2008
built it. talk about some serious man hours. it is liquid cooled though.. the pump runs at 84litres an hour. also on cooling.. in total we have... 4 x 6 inch fans running at 3,700rpm.. we have the twin fans on the enermax running at 3,300rpm.. we have twin offset fans @ 3inch size on the water block sat 90 degrees angle to each other.. they running 1500 rpm. plus the twin fans on the nvidea 9800GX2 graphics cards (have 2 of the monsters in case) are running at 1,300rpm each.

what cooling lol.....
SnoooP  -  May 17, 2008
thats a pretty cold computer then.. or it should be lol
Cheiron  -  May 17, 2008
put it this way.. it heats my 13 x 13 room to a nice warm 17 degrees C lol. the motherboard never exceeds 32C and the cpu is running at 32-34C. The SPP is at 52C and the MCP runs at 68C. the case itself is 3mm thick extruded aluminium. temp dont change even under crysis maxed out much.. maybe cpu comes to 35C and the mobo reaches 36. but that is it
SnoooP  -  May 17, 2008
cool lol :D 7 grand thoooo... geez lol thats alot
Cheiron  -  May 17, 2008
it's all about the now and present. i got all the current top end stuff there and as it all modular i only have to upgrade 1 bit at a time as it goes out of date. it is what i have always dreamed of.. an ultimate system and finally my dream is real
SnoooP  -  May 17, 2008
coool :) :) glad your dream came true

**dreams off jessica alba & eva longoria**

lol
jonesy44  -  May 17, 2008
Hah! good luck with that one, but Jessica Alba is mine :]
SnoooP  -  May 17, 2008
:(

come on play by the rules lol... either will do though tbh
SnoooP  -  May 17, 2008
:(

come on play by the rules lol... either will do though tbh
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