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    Originally posted by shadow001 View Post
    Heh...All i do is wrap it around the power cord right after the wall socket, and it doesn't seem to have any issue giving me a reading in either amps or watts.
    You won't have any inductance with the hot and neutral running right up against each other. Well, at least nothing that you would be able to read with an amp probe.

    Originally posted by shadow001 View Post
    That was used as an example to show others what i'm talking about in general terms....The capabilites vary to a large degree, understand?
    Do you know what AC inductance is and what it does?
    Originally posted by Mangler
    Good work guys, we can't have too many positive posts in a row on this forum.

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      New rig. I need a new camera.



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        very clean

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          Nice build and case mullet.
          CROSSHAIR X670E HERO / R7 7700X / RTX 4090 GAMING OC / TRIDENT Z5 NEO RGB 6000 CL30 / SAMSUNG 980pro 1TB / 2x SAMSUNG 980 1TB / H150i ELITE LCD / ATH-A2000Z / HX1200 / AW3821DW 38" / LG C2 OLED evo 55" / Enthoo 719 / K70 MKII + Zowie S2 / K57 + Harpoon / Xbox Series X Controller / REVERB G2 V2
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            Originally posted by shadow001 View Post
            That was used as an example to show others what i'm talking about in general terms....The capabilites vary to a large degree, understand?
            So how are you getting a reading if the neutral and hot wire are running next to each other? They should cancel out each other's field unless you have a serious grounding problem with your case.
            THG is to computer hardware what MTV is to music.

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              Originally posted by TRD Supra View Post
              Nice color scheme with the fans!

              How are those Corsair's at moving air?

              They move a lot of air and pretty quiet (fan controller). Temps are pretty good so far. I will push the OC soon.

              Thanks for the comments.

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                Originally posted by aviphysics View Post
                So how are you getting a reading if the neutral and hot wire are running next to each other? They should cancel out each other's field unless you have a serious grounding problem with your case.
                He has a special top secret meter that is super expensive.

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                  It meters aeroplanes apparently



























                  conduit
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                    Originally posted by mullet View Post
                    New rig. I need a new camera.



                    Freaking amazing mullet! Doesn't get better than that! Killer color scheme and hardware! Enjoy it mate
                    Gaming PC Intel Core i7 980X Extreme Edition 4.0GHz # ASUS Rampage III Extreme # 6GB DDR3 1600MHz # Zotac GTX 680 4GB SLI # Intel X25-M G2 160GB # 4TB HDDs, 6.75TB eSATA # Silverstone TJ10
                    Screen Setup 3x HP ZR30w 30" 7680x1600, LG Flatron W2363D 120Hz 3D Vision, Samsung LE-46M87BD
                    Mac Pro Mid 2010 # Intel Xeon 6 Core 3.33GHz # 12GB DDR3 1333MHz # 2x AMD Radeon HD 5770 # OCZ Vertex 2 120GB, 5TB HDDs, 2TB USB
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                      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXFkHLIyl5Y


                      You'll see the power readout in real time as the benchmarks are being run, and in his video, he's using this for mesuring the amount of power being used:


                      http://www.transcat.com/catalog/prod...itemnum=380803


                      The system plugs right into the device outlet
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                        i used this in my particular case, wich isn't the average inductive ammeter to say the least, given the amount of current it can handle:


                        http://cdn.fluke-direct.com/shop/ite...rerItemNumber=
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                          Originally posted by shadow001 View Post
                          i used this in my particular case, wich isn't the average inductive ammeter to say the least, given the amount of current it can handle:


                          http://cdn.fluke-direct.com/shop/ite...rerItemNumber=


                          Here, because you somehow think an expensive clamp meter is going to help.

                          [yt]m3dAFInO7i0[/yt]

                          Edit : You'll notice the extra tool he's using, which you can make yourself.. Otherwise given you didn't know hot/neutral/ground existed in AC circuits before now I doubt you have one of those either.
                          Last edited by VW_Factor; Jul 25, 2012, 07:59 AM.
                          Originally posted by Redeemed
                          Granted, this is coming from the fella' who's had over 1,000lbs of bucking muscle under neath him.
                          Originally posted by John Smith
                          "Fail" = verb "Failure" = noun

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                            just put him on ignore guys...

                            @mullet - very nice!

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                              Mullet, I've over nighted my rig to your place. I want it to look all sexxeh like yours.

                              Originally posted by Akumajo
                              a prime time magnifying glass of clusterfark shatstorm brewery.
                              Originally posted by wabbitslayer
                              congratulations on the anniversary of your emancipation from the Great Uterine Squeeze.
                              Originally posted by swingline
                              There are two types of people in the world: those that are humble and those that will be.

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                                Originally posted by demo View Post
                                conduit
                                You can clamp it around the "tubing". Works better that way.
                                Last edited by BababooeyHTJ; Jul 25, 2012, 08:25 AM.
                                Originally posted by Mangler
                                Good work guys, we can't have too many positive posts in a row on this forum.

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                                  Originally posted by VW_Factor View Post


                                  Here, because you somehow think an expensive clamp meter is going to help.

                                  [yt]m3dAFInO7i0[/yt]

                                  Edit : You'll notice the extra tool he's using, which you can make yourself.. Otherwise given you didn't know hot/neutral/ground existed in AC circuits before now I doubt you have one of those either.

                                  Actually no, what you will notice is that the one i linked can handle up to 2000 amp currents, wich can only be done using extremely thick gauge wiring that's a bear to strip the insulation to expose a single hot wire or make your magic tool for it....
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                                    Guys last I checked this was a thread about posting pics of your computers. Not getting in a pissing match over who is the more educated regarding all things electrical and how certain tools work or do not.

                                    Shadow- your rig is awesome. However I don't care about the tools your using or whether or not you know how to use them.

                                    Pics of rigs or GTFO!

                                    Jussayin'.
                                    Originally posted by Akumajo
                                    a prime time magnifying glass of clusterfark shatstorm brewery.
                                    Originally posted by wabbitslayer
                                    congratulations on the anniversary of your emancipation from the Great Uterine Squeeze.
                                    Originally posted by swingline
                                    There are two types of people in the world: those that are humble and those that will be.

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                                      Originally posted by Redeemed View Post
                                      Guys last I checked this was a thread about posting pics of your computers. Not getting in a pissing match over who is the more educated regarding all things electrical and how certain tools work or do not.

                                      Shadow- your rig is awesome. However I don't care about the tools your using or whether or not you know how to use them.

                                      Pics of rigs or GTFO!

                                      Jussayin'.
                                      +1

                                      He's just as annoying here as we was over at nV News...
                                      Gaming PC Intel Core i7 980X Extreme Edition 4.0GHz # ASUS Rampage III Extreme # 6GB DDR3 1600MHz # Zotac GTX 680 4GB SLI # Intel X25-M G2 160GB # 4TB HDDs, 6.75TB eSATA # Silverstone TJ10
                                      Screen Setup 3x HP ZR30w 30" 7680x1600, LG Flatron W2363D 120Hz 3D Vision, Samsung LE-46M87BD
                                      Mac Pro Mid 2010 # Intel Xeon 6 Core 3.33GHz # 12GB DDR3 1333MHz # 2x AMD Radeon HD 5770 # OCZ Vertex 2 120GB, 5TB HDDs, 2TB USB
                                      MacBook Pro Retina 15" Mid 2012 # Intel Core i7 2.7GHz # 16GB DDR3 1600MHz # nVidia 650M 1024MB # Samsung 830 768GB SATA 3.0 & 512GB USB 3.0 # 27" LED Cinema Display
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                                        Originally posted by Redeemed View Post
                                        Guys last I checked this was a thread about posting pics of your computers. Not getting in a pissing match over who is the more educated regarding all things electrical and how certain tools work or do not.

                                        Shadow- your rig is awesome. However I don't care about the tools your using or whether or not you know how to use them.

                                        Pics of rigs or GTFO!

                                        Jussayin'.
                                        Lol. You haven't seen anything. Just ask about the great conduit war.

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                                          Originally posted by shadow001 View Post
                                          Actually no, what you will notice is that the one i linked can handle up to 2000 amp currents, wich can only be done using extremely thick gauge wiring that's a bear to strip the insulation to expose a single hot wire or make your magic tool for it....



                                          Dude you have no clue what you're talking about.
                                          Originally posted by Mangler
                                          Good work guys, we can't have too many positive posts in a row on this forum.

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                                            Originally posted by Roadhog_ View Post
                                            Lol. You haven't seen anything. Just ask about the great conduit war.


                                            Oh wow- I won't ask.
                                            Originally posted by Akumajo
                                            a prime time magnifying glass of clusterfark shatstorm brewery.
                                            Originally posted by wabbitslayer
                                            congratulations on the anniversary of your emancipation from the Great Uterine Squeeze.
                                            Originally posted by swingline
                                            There are two types of people in the world: those that are humble and those that will be.

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                                              Originally posted by Redeemed View Post
                                              Guys last I checked this was a thread about posting pics of your computers. Not getting in a pissing match over who is the more educated regarding all things electrical and how certain tools work or do not.
                                              Maybe shadow could just settle this once and for all with a video demonstrating his magic clamp meter. He obviously has a camera, an internet connection and the desire to educate us simpletons on the powers of really expensive clamp meters. He could even include his computer in the video to keep it OT.
                                              THG is to computer hardware what MTV is to music.

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                                                Originally posted by aviphysics View Post
                                                Maybe shadow could just settle this once and for all with a video demonstrating his magic clamp meter. He obviously has a camera, an internet connection and the desire to educate us simpletons on the powers of really expensive clamp meters. He could even include his computer in the video to keep it OT.
                                                The fact that it measures voltage to boot is even more amazing.
                                                Originally posted by Mangler
                                                Good work guys, we can't have too many positive posts in a row on this forum.

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                                                  Originally posted by slaWter View Post
                                                  Freaking amazing mullet! Doesn't get better than that! Killer color scheme and hardware! Enjoy it mate
                                                  Thanks dude, it was time to drop the LED fans.

                                                  Originally posted by caveman-jim View Post
                                                  @mullet - very nice!
                                                  Thanks Jim.

                                                  Originally posted by Redeemed View Post
                                                  Mullet, I've over nighted my rig to your place. I want it to look all sexxeh like yours.

                                                  Roger that. LOL



                                                  Now lets get back to posting Rigs/PCs and not so much bickering. just sayin.

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                                                    Mullet, what case is that? It looks really nice.
                                                    Originally posted by Mangler
                                                    Good work guys, we can't have too many positive posts in a row on this forum.

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                                                      Originally posted by BababooeyHTJ View Post
                                                      Mullet, what case is that? It looks really nice.

                                                      • LIAN-LI PC-A70B • That I pretty much gutted.

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                                                        My wife gets my hand me downs.



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                                                          I did my first proc/gpu's watercooling a few months back. Tubing placement/length was okay for my first attempt but I want to clean it up and shorten the tubing some. So I'll be placing a couple of pics up later and would appreciate some feedback on an efficient/visually aesthetic rework. My main issue is tubing. Imo there is simply too much of it . Thanks.

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                                                            Originally posted by mullet View Post
                                                            My wife gets my hand me downs.



                                                            Amazing as always!
                                                            Gaming PC Intel Core i7 980X Extreme Edition 4.0GHz # ASUS Rampage III Extreme # 6GB DDR3 1600MHz # Zotac GTX 680 4GB SLI # Intel X25-M G2 160GB # 4TB HDDs, 6.75TB eSATA # Silverstone TJ10
                                                            Screen Setup 3x HP ZR30w 30" 7680x1600, LG Flatron W2363D 120Hz 3D Vision, Samsung LE-46M87BD
                                                            Mac Pro Mid 2010 # Intel Xeon 6 Core 3.33GHz # 12GB DDR3 1333MHz # 2x AMD Radeon HD 5770 # OCZ Vertex 2 120GB, 5TB HDDs, 2TB USB
                                                            MacBook Pro Retina 15" Mid 2012 # Intel Core i7 2.7GHz # 16GB DDR3 1600MHz # nVidia 650M 1024MB # Samsung 830 768GB SATA 3.0 & 512GB USB 3.0 # 27" LED Cinema Display
                                                            Fileserver Intel Core i3 530 1.2GHz # 4GB DDR3 1333MHz # Intel X25-V G2 40GB, WDC Scorpio 250GB # 16TB RAID 6 + 24TB RAID 6 # Adaptec RAID 5405 w/ Chenbro CK12804 SAS Expander # Norco RPC 4220

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                                                              Originally posted by slaWter View Post
                                                              Amazing as always!

                                                              Thanks, she is very happy with it going from an old 775 with old HDD to this.

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                                                                Early pictures of the system's new home, using a pair of 1200 watt power supplies and 4 radiators with no less than 5 pumps:










                                                                Still a few more fittings left to arrive, fans, as well as a lot of sleeving and a massive amount of wiring to do, but it's getting there....
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                                                                  What type of tubing is that?
                                                                  Originally posted by Mangler
                                                                  Good work guys, we can't have too many positive posts in a row on this forum.

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                                                                    Originally posted by BababooeyHTJ View Post
                                                                    What type of tubing is that?

                                                                    Orange tygon 1/2 inch tubing, UV reactive.....It looks good if the inside of the case is all black.


                                                                    Edit: the bottom 2 pictures were taken with the flash and the first one wasn't.
                                                                    Last edited by shadow001; Jul 30, 2012, 05:04 PM.
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                                                                      Originally posted by shadow001 View Post
                                                                      Orange tygon 1/2 inch tubing, UV reactive.....It looks good if the inside of the case is all black.


                                                                      Edit: the bottom 2 pictures were taken with the flash and the first one wasn't.
                                                                      Link to where I can get orange uv reactive tygon tubing?

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                                                                        My bad, it's from thermochill:


                                                                        http://www.dazmode.com/store/index.p...oducts_id=1401


                                                                        It's very flexible, actually more flexible and easier to cut and thread the compression fittings almost to the very end of the thread on the fitting, compared to the black tubing i was using.


                                                                        It is a canadian retailer, so it depends on your location as far as shipping costs go, or if there's duty fees involved.
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                                                                          Originally posted by Roadhog_ View Post
                                                                          Link to where I can get orange uv reactive tygon tubing?
                                                                          It looks like this is the same tubing.
                                                                          Originally posted by Mangler
                                                                          Good work guys, we can't have too many positive posts in a row on this forum.

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                                                                            Originally posted by BababooeyHTJ View Post

                                                                            Seems like it since it's made specifically for XSPC, but the pictures always look different from it's natural color, so my first picture is how it looks in the average lit room, though the tube routing will get more work until it's finalised.


                                                                            For the time being, i'm still waiting on 3 delivery trucks before really going head first into braiding all the wiring, especially all the fans and water pumps and fan controlers and pump controler wiring.
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                                                                              I was thinking about ordering some, it does look nice. Hopefully it stays that way. There is just so many people complaining about Tygon and primochill tubing clouding up recently, well in the past few months. I've heard a couple of people mention this with xspc tubing but I'm not sure how much of an issue it is with that tubing, if at all.
                                                                              Originally posted by Mangler
                                                                              Good work guys, we can't have too many positive posts in a row on this forum.

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                                                                                OT but shadow are you Canadian? Looking for good places to shop for mod/wc stuff and daz seems to be the only game for Canadians so his prices are kinda high. Any other good retailers?
                                                                                "Hi,

                                                                                please refrain from telling other forum members to "Go eat a buffet of dicks." in the future.

                                                                                Thank you.

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