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Anti-theft! :lol:

Is that a 8cm back-fan mounted?

Yep an 80mm Noctua, there is also an 80mm Noctua in the PSU. The two white fans are enermax clusters and look awesome with their white LED's turned on:

http://www.overclockers.com.au/pix/index.php?page=image&id=nrp3d

http://www.overclockers.com.au/pix/index.php?page=image&id=bs8bi

The whole thing started as a budget project meant to create a decent "sleeper" PC for gaming, and it turned into my main rig :P

Full worklog can be found here: http://forums.overclockers.com.au/showthread.php?t=935575

More pictures of it's current state are on page 9 of that thread :)

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http://www.flickr.com/photos/29430563@N03/sets/72157632543083374/with/8410321734/

My current build.

Some problems, not quite 100% finished, but the general idea.

Things left:

More RAM (ordering in the next week or so)

Re-Sleeve PSU to black and white scheme

Address motherboard/GPU issue regarding POST code 94 hang (I mostly ignore this as it only happens during post sometimes).

The FW card may change, but for now, I'm happy with it. Strange problems with it, but nothing that seriously affects how things work for me.

Lastly, I have to get a new External Enclosure so I have FW800 and USB3.0 for better transfer speeds for video projects. I currently have a FW800/eSATA drive, but it's not very portable.

1080p editing is very smooth, and I am enjoying the speed when rendering. That said, I default to my laptops for daily use, as this thing is a real monster, idling at 110W or so. I haven't had a chance to get an accurate load measurement.

This weekend I have a two camera shoot, and my next small side project will be a video of a 1997 Mercedes convertible. Real treat!

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It's the NZT Source 210 Elite. Not that strange.

Some specs:

Asus Z9PA-D8

Intel Xeon 2620 x2

16gb RAM

Gigabyte GTX660ti Windforce OC 2GB

SIIG FW card

Startech USB3.0 PCI-e card with front panel header

Antec HCG-750W

LG BluRay 16x burner

Xigmatec SD1283 Dark Knight II coolers

Thermalright HR-55 chipset cooler

Windows 8 Pro with Media Center Pack

Adobe Student/Teacher CS6 (Premiere, Audition, Encore, After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop and Media Encoder. Other programs weren't installed because I don't use them).

Reaper x64

Pro Tools 10

Other programs aren't really relevant.

Additional 16gb RAM upgrade will be ordered on friday. I have an 80gb SSD to test with, but may not move to an SSD for some time.

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It's all a matter of styling.

Trip prefers "casual cabling" to more formal styles, it just like hairstyle, beauty is in the eye of the beholder:

OT :ph34r:, but not much, an useful tip ;):

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A lot has changed since I last posted a picture/comp specs here on MSFN
 
This build was a couple years ago, but I haven't really needed to upgrade yet, its plenty fast enough for today's applications.  I've been wanting to upgrade my RAM to 16gigs, but CPU cooler is giving me height issues and I think I found a way around it..but anyways here it goes. 

 
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Fractal Designs Arc Midi Case
ASUS P8Z77-V LK Motherboard
Corsair TX650M PSU
Intel Core i5-3570K @ 3.8ghz
Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo
G. Skill Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2x4gb) DDR3 PC17000 2133
128GB Samsung 840 Pro SSD (OS & Apps)
640gb WD 7200rpm Sata HDD (Data) - Also have a 2TB USB 3.0 Drive
ASUS 24X Sata DVD Burner
Windows 7 SP1 64-bit
 
As you can tell, I have no video card.  I've been really happy with Intel Graphics 4000, works great for what I do.  Though, I will be buying a video card too, just haven't decided which one I want to get and how much money I really want to spend, haha.

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