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Old April 16, 2009, 04:02 AM
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Wanna trade computers? Mine's water cooled too
Hehe. Very nice job, the copper and carbon makes the nether regions a bit tingly. And the res looks like it weighs a ton, you are definitely being risky when it comes to hanging that brick inside the case, but I guess you know what you're doing.
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So; I made a 'little' spreadsheet this evening.
It's a complete itemized list of every part and component in Prometheus - it's price, retailer, SKU, etc.

It turns out that Prometheus consists of 227 different parts (meaning duplicate parts are not counted).

This composes a total of *1413 individual pieces (not including the molex pins 1642 pieces if you count the pins.)

The total MSRP value of this project is a fair bit higher than I had expected actually... My heart jumped a couple beats when I totaled the bottom line.

Turns out I'm bat sh*t crazy afterall.

*edit 1413 individual pieces not including pins. I miscalculated.

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Old April 16, 2009, 09:02 PM
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How much? :)
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Old April 16, 2009, 10:33 PM
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Old April 16, 2009, 10:55 PM
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Lol, How much totall!! :)
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Lol, How much totall!! :)
I don't think you want to know. You will likely cry yourself to sleep at night.
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I'd love to know (I could have missed it somewhere in these posts) where you got that mini Rad from, The one you got the 40mm Fans strapped to.


Again, this is looking awsome , I can't wait to see what it looks like done.


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lololol.
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I'd love to know (I could have missed it somewhere in these posts) where you got that mini Rad from, The one you got the 40mm Fans strapped to.


Again, this is looking awsome , I can't wait to see what it looks like done.


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Looks like a Magicool slim radiator. Performance PCs sells it, but I'm guessing Langer got his from Aquatuning in Germany. As an alternative, there are some Black Ice 80mm and 92mm rads available as well.
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i love trolling sites and checking out worklogs of different people and i can safely say this is in the top 3 if not the first of any rig i seen built when it come to being unique and one of a kind. you are a true master when it comes to planning out what you want and you seem to make it happen. im trully impressed.
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