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maylander739

CM Stacker-99% complete-pics

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This is my stacker, almost complete, have just sound proofed yesterday. Tell me what ya think. Got a carbon look for the front aswell. Specs are as follows

CM stacker

Thermaltake 480 butterfly psu

MSI Neo2 Platinum motherboard

Corsair 512 Ram, Dual channel DDR2

3.2GHz LGA 775

Asus Star Ice CPU heatsink

PCI Express Nvidia 5900 Asus

250 Zip

Floppy drive

Musketeer

Cooldrive 4

NEC 3500 DVD-RW

Sound proofed

TV card

2x 40gig hard drive

80gig hard drive

200gig hard drive

heres the link for the pictures, there quite big:

http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/maylander739/

Cheers

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Guest Mindless Moron   
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not a bad rig, powersupply is a piece of vulgar junk but not bad not sure about the large msater switches.

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bronney    0

Very nice. Is there anything you can do to hide the ATX big black cable? And how did you sound proof the box? Would like to sound proof mine and if possibly dust-proof it at the same time. Thanks.

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XFalloutX    0
Thats the Asus Star ice, got my LGA 775 down to 33*C.

I know :D there was a thread about it and we said it looked lik a 747 engine.

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Mr. Miyagi    2

Very nice. I can see the Asus cooler taking all of the room in your case. I think it would look a lot cleaner if you routed come of the cables behind the motherboard tray and zip tied them together. It looks good though.

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Booradley    0

Nice work. I'm glad to see a case exists that can house that huge star ice. Looks great!! Some wire hiding is needed though, especially the 24pin power cable. You could easily tuck the majority of those wires behind the mobo tray and maybe leave some out for show :)

IMO though, it's sacreligious for anything made by theremaltake to come within 10 feet of a Coolermaster product. :shock:

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