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TtFr33k last won the day on August 12 2016

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  1. following this. loving the ingenuity used, and the need to make it up as you go. great way of showing people you dont need to break the bank to put a mod build together. feel free to come say hi in our Australian based group. we have some pretty good discussions, and just recently had a member build a rig out of an old keg https://www.facebook.com/groups/921968214541448/
  2. im a little confused as to why people are nominating those who have already participated. Edit: i think alot of people think this is a voting thread? :/ hands down, my nomination is Ryan Hooper from Karma IT to represent Australia. https://www.facebook.com/KarmaITS/?fref=ts
  3. oh, i figured id try and show a size comparison, as every one ive seen (as i found out) never really did it justice. thats the two X9's next to a CoolerMaster Storm Enforcer and a Thermaltake Core V21. wow
  4. apologies for not keeping this up to date, the project kind of stalled due to a combination of funds (or lack of, haha.) and a lack of time. ive had a few changes. Duel is now running a Raijintek Triton with EK UV Coolant. im 100% in love with the block/pump and it just "works" on a horizontal motherboard. at this stage, im very much leaning towards keeping it, and just replacing the soft tubing for rigid. on top of that, i actually picked up a couple of Core X9's insanely cheap, so im no longer using the stacked V21's. here are some photos of the cases, and the new paint job Ignore the black paint, thats from the previous owners. I also still need to put on extra layers to even out the paint. This is how Duel stands right now, with the UV LED's and EK UV Coolant. i need to find a replacement for the coolant though, because after 2 weeks, the UV reaction is gone.
  5. gonna throw all my weight, and my 1,000 strong facebook group behind Alex Ciobanu! Australia represent again!
  6. hey Josh, i just tried PM'ing you, but it says you cant accept new messages also, its f-r-3-3-k, not frank. my real name is Drew any chance you can drop me a line regarding the software? i dont really want all the comments people see, being about the software, and having that skew their choice when it comes to the headphones.
  7. annnd for some reason, it didnt keep any of my formatting. fml
  8. so, Courtesy of Thermaltake eSports ANZ, i won a pair of Shock 3D 7.1's at the first Master Modders Seminar in Melbourne last week. here is a little write up for anyone thinking about it so, ive been using the Thermaltake Technology Inc Shock 3D 7.1 headset for about a week now, so i thought i would share my thoughts. Overall, i dont have alot of bad things to say. the headphones feel solid, ive worn them through a 6hr gaming binge, without feeling any tiredness, or feeling like they were crushing my head. There is this little nifty feature where the outside of the cup has a glowing red dragon (the Thermaltake eSports logo) flashes to the beat of any music. while i like it, i feel its a little redundant, since you never actually see it. As for the sound quality, the surround reproduction is some of the best ive heard, and this is after switching from without a doubt, one of the best virtual surround headsets, in the Plantronics Gaming Gamecom 780/788 Playing Fallout: New Vegas, GTAV and even MW2, i always knew exactly where the sound was coming from. it was flawless. as for the mic, ive been told i come through crystal clear, as though im speaking on a landline phone. that can only be good. It also has this nifty feature where pushing the boom up will auto-mute the mic. this is also another incredibly handy feature. You have 3 controls on the left ear cup. a volume dial, which works as intended, an Equalizer button, and a "3D 7.1" button. the equalizer cycles through 4 presets, and works well, however i never noticed a difference with the 3D 7.1 button. Then there is the software. to be honest, this was the biggest letdown for me. Again, the preset equalizer settings seem to work, but thats it. the gaming presets (mmo/fps etc) seem to make no difference, manual EQ settings dont hold, and the bass/3D surround settings dont seem to work. That being said, if i was to score the headphones out of ten, i think i would rate them 8.5/10 simply because of the software. if that was better, it would be a 9.5/10 In summary, i would highly recommend the headphones for anyone in the market for 7.1 surround headsets.
  9. im pleased to announce Avexir has jumped on board as my first major sponsor! i cant thank them enough for giving me a chance, and having faith in me. im really looking forward to forging a great relationship with them.
  10. okay, so ive been pretty lazy updating this. sorry about that. after getting the V21's, the project has been supersized, and this is what we are looking at now. Intel i7 4790k @ 5Ghz ASUS TUF Z87 Gryphon (with armor) 32GB (4x8GB) Avexir Raiden 2133Mhz (painted black) Sapphire 295x2 (x2) Swiftech Apogee XL CPU block Aquacomputer Kryographics Vesuvius GPU blocks (x2) FrozenQ LF Reaction 400mm Cylinder Reservoir Black Cap UV Blue Helix (x2) 2x Swiftech 240mm Radiators w/ D5 pumps 18x 120mm Thermaltake Riing Blue fans tubing will be hard tubing, but exact branding is tbd. same with fittings (but leaning towards Bitspower) GPU's and CPU will both be on separate loops. WD 2TB Black HDD 2x240GB Kingston HyperX Savage SSD's in RAID 0 1200w EVGA SuperNova P2 Platinum PSU as for the casemods, this is what im looking at. custom 2mm clear plexiglass sides, with my modding business logo engraved into it, these will swing open via suicide doors using CoolerMaster Cosmos II hinges. a smokey grey/black plexiglass front, with vents at the very top and bottom, with a Tablet mounted in the front, running MSI Afterburner and Kombustor for on-the-fly GPU overclocking.
  11. thanks Nick! ill get around to knocking up a tutorial at some stage for those who are "artistically challenged" will let everyone know once its done
  12. and on that note, we have a name! Welcome Project Duel!
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