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  1. Posts : 1,438
    64bit Windows 10
       #1861

    Very nice burger! Oh,and the pc's cool too
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  2. Posts : 2,973
    Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
       #1862

    That is a very nice wiring job Punkster! I hope mine looks that clean when I'm 100% finished with it.
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  3. Posts : 2,304
    N/A
       #1863

    Alsisgevat said:
    Very nice burger! Oh,and the pc's cool too
    Haha it was awesome...

    kbrady1979 said:
    That is a very nice wiring job Punkster! I hope mine looks that clean when I'm 100% finished with it.
    Advice: 1 cable at a time... and with each cable you zip-tied in place, test the back panel, if it fits, you're going in the right direction... if it doesn't, at least you don't have to take apart the whole mess...
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  4. Posts : 11,425
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64
       #1864

    Punkster, You did a fantastic job with the wiring....extremely clean looking and I'm sure you're very happy !
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  5. Posts : 26,459
    Windows 11 Pro
       #1865

    Nice job, Punkster. I can tell you put a lot of thought into the wiring, it looks great. Even your parts laid out on your bed look neater than mine. I end up with stuff all over the place. Well done.

    And the burger looks awful good too.
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  6. Posts : 24,479
    Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
       #1866

    Real nice wiring job Punkster! I would be careful wrapping your SATA cables, they have delicate, small wires inside.

    @kbrady, positive air pressure also helps push excess heat out along with dust. Todays components run much hotter too. Try the stock Intel cooler on your i7 for example. :)
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  7. Posts : 6,350
    Windows7 Pro 64bit SP-1; Windows XP Pro 32bit
       #1867

    So who wants to come and wire my PC all nice and neat?

    I'll fix them a Punkster burger!

    Bacon cheeseburger if preferred.

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  8. Posts : 24,479
    Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
       #1868

    Hopalong X said:
    So who wants to come and wire my PC all nice and neat?

    I'll fix them a Punkster burger!

    Bacon cheeseburger if preferred.
    That is full of cholesterol and a double bypass in waiting.
    I'll do it! I may want some fries with it too.
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  9. Posts : 6,350
    Windows7 Pro 64bit SP-1; Windows XP Pro 32bit
       #1869

    Britton30 said:
    Hopalong X said:
    So who wants to come and wire my PC all nice and neat?

    I'll fix them a Punkster burger!

    Bacon cheeseburger if preferred.
    That is full of cholesterol and a double bypass in waiting.
    I'll do it! I may want some fries with it too.
    Your hired!
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  10. Posts : 21,007
    Desk1 7 Home Prem / Desk2 10 Pro / Main lap Asus ROG 10 Pro 2 laptop Toshiba 7 Pro Asus P2520 7 & 10
       #1870

    Britton30 said:
    Real nice wiring job Punkster! I would be careful wrapping your SATA cables, they have delicate, small wires inside.

    @kbrady, positive air pressure also helps push excess heat out along with dust. Todays components run much hotter too. Try the stock Intel cooler on your i7 for example. :)
    Hiyya Gary yes mate positive pressure inside the case has been a hobby horse of mine for some time as you know and I always aim at more in than out if only for preventing the penetration of dust - not just through the vents and fans but also through all the tiny gaps \that are inherently part of machine / case construction.

    I have always been of the opinion that all top fans should also be filtered, because as I think everyone will know that what goes up must come down and especially in the case (no pun) of dust.

    I have also posted quite a few times before re the cleaning of fans and the blades of them in particular and have advocated the use of materials that make the surfaces of the blades and venturi smoother and therefore reducung the drag on those surfaces. There are as I think greg pointed out a while ago materials that can be applied to reduce the static properties of any surface and in the case of fans especially so.
    I do this for new and any fans that I refurbish and can attest to taking such measures making a real difference in working temps of the machines components.

    So that Silverstone article was very interesting and I had not seen that before I made up my own mind as to those measures.
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