Windows 10: Show off your PC!
It runs very very cool but does warm the room a tad.
As a total of fans I have 8 fans as intake and 6 fans as exhaust.
Those fans and all the lights makes it difficult to do a neat wiring job.
Got more cooling parts and light coming FedEx which will take some more thinking on how to run all the wires neatly.
It's very helpful to have a large case (tower).
Even during torture test I can't make this puppy run hot.
The GPU EK water block lowered my GPU temps 50%.
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You make me jealous verry nice rig.
Layback Bear said:
Layback Bear said:
Now that's what I am talking about. Very nice.... All I have are just lights and fans.. But I don't really bother with wiring because nobody else can appreciate it but me. any special use for ths pc to have that kind of cooling system ?
Nah. I always turn that 4th screen off most of the time (the loner to the left). I just normally use it when watching news (connected to stand alone tv tuner). I just turned it on here for the show off.
Not really. Just wanted to do something like this for a long time.
any special use for ths pc to have that kind of cooling system ?
The only time anybody sees my computers is when I post pictures.
No one comes to my home. I keep to myself.
I've currently got 2.4 Terabytes of HD space, including a 1 TB RAID 0 array, and strangely enough I haven't yet been motivated enough to plunk down for an SSD... I think I'm waiting on some kind of price-point goal in the back of my mind--like $50 for ~512GBs, for instance! Now that would grab my attention...! I have no doubt that it's coming...it's only matter of time...
Yep, only a matter of time...
Talk about plumbing!!
Nice rigs, mate!
Would that be a HP w2207h monitor I see there?
Thanks. Yes, it's quite a plumbing job . Those are hp-W2408 (1920x1200)
Just added recently for my SSD's hot swap, too lazy to take new pics:
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I thought since a lot of us on this forum are general PC (Windows) enthusiasts, that it would be fun to compare temperatures.
The specific temperature I am interested in is the CPU temp.
Please provide a screenshot showing your temps.
Was reading some info on SSDs over on TechSpot, and thought I would shear. Hope you find this info hopeful when deciding on an SSD for the first time or even if just upgrading from an old one.
At the top of the food chain are Samsung's SM951 and...