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Old 01-24-2007, 10:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I built my friend a computer over winter break and I just got around to getting some pictures of it. Specs are:

Thermaltake Armor
E6600
Evga 8800GTX
2gig Corsair XMS 4,4,4,12 DDR2 800
Silverstone 600w modular
WD 250gig caviar 2x
Sound blaster audigy
Samsung CD/DVD lightscribe
Asus P5B Deluxe
Zalman 9500

Accessories:
wacom drawing pad
22 inch samsung monitor 1680x1050 5ms
5.1 logitech speakers
logitech keyboard and mouse








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Old 01-24-2007, 10:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 01-24-2007, 10:11 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You didn't include a GPU in your post... :\ Although I can tell what it is with the 2 pci-e's and the massive heatsink.


Seriously dude, you have a kickass setup. What is the size of that monitor, and what's that pad thing infront of your keyboard.
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I have to say, that setup is awesome! And what inch is that monitor, looks widescreen. I give you props for such a good job! BTW, what video card did you put in that beast?
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fixed, 8800GTX my friends. I also added accessories.
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If I am not mistaken, the pad is a Wacom Tablet (spelling might be wrong).... you use it a draw with a pen. In some shots, you can see the pen by the mouse...

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**** nice...

id have tidyed the wires up a bit.
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**** nice...

id have tidyed the wires up a bit.
Yeah I would have liked to, but the wire casings were so stiff they could barely be moved. Some wires were to short to reach there destination, so I did what I could. The power supply on the top was to big, so I couldn't mount the optional fan. Instead, I put it in the front of the case above the front case fan. You can't see it because of the grill, but its being held there with zip ties.
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I don't know why, but just how organzied the desk is and everything being in a black theme. That drawing pad. The whole thing looks kick ***. Man that would be nice to have.
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i agree man, that is such a hardcore setup. themed very well and computer looks like a beast, nice job man
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