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Roaming Epicness Nov 15, 2014

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    1. Ade360
      Did have a long message for you but can only post 420 chars!
      You posted a msg back in 2007 regarding your guide to relationships with Core Speed Vs FSB.
      Was wondewring if you still had it? If so....
      Thanks in advance

    2. Kursah
      Roaming Epicness
    3. Solaris17
      Hey Kursah how do you like your D14? does it fit well in that case?
      1. BumbleBee
        D14 is like a tank lol
        Oct 23, 2014
      2. Kursah
        I love it...though I don't have the D14, I have the U14. It's a single tower and single fan that competes with the D14... the D15 is based on the U14S. The U14 is a beast for a single tower, but it's great all around for me.

        Quiet, effective, and excellent mounting hardware. I highly
        It clears my Lian Li just fine, but my case is wider than the standard mid-tower spec too.
        Oct 23, 2014
    4. n-ster
      You know you want to buy something from my FS thread :D
    5. Kursah
      Wonder if they could do that! Plus it's more like 80%! haha!


      I keep forgetting about the custom title, thanks for the reminder! :rockout:
    6. mlee49
      custom title suggestion: :toast:

      You seriously use it in like 50% of your posts! :p
    7. Hayder_Master
      you go a head for 5K post , good work my friend
    8. Kursah
      Thanks! Damn you know I haven't really thought of anything, I've still got a while before I'll hit 5k, it'll happen when it happens, but damn...good call I gotta start thinking now lol! Thanks for the compliments mlee49, I really appreciate it!

    9. mlee49
      Almost to 5k posts, any thoughts on a custom title?

      And by the way your posts are awesome!
    10. Ether
      Howdy!..Ok!..back with some info.
      GPU stability test: 1620 x 1200 x MSAA 16X : 35FPS : start 41deg C : peak after 5 min 75deg C.
      MemTest: Intel X38/X48(ECC Disabled)-FSB:400Mhz-typeDR Mem 4095M-5047 Mbps Ram 600Mhz(DDR1200)/cas:9-9-9-24/dual channel
      L1 - 32k-45073Mbps : L2 - 6114k-20916Mbps : L3 none.
      Walltime=0:34min : Cached=4095 : RsvdMem=572k : MemMap=e820-std : Cache=on : ECC=off : Test=std : Pass=1 : ERR=0 : ECC ERR=0.

      Thanks for your help and hope to hear from you soon.

    11. Solaris17
    12. Jrob
      ima go eat kurash pm me your eamil.

    13. Kursah
      I'll check it out, I wouldn't worry too awful much...you can get a cheap-o DMM that'll be fairly accurate for around $5-10 if you're really worried tho!

    14. CrAsHnBuRnXp
      Dont have a DMM unfortunately. And it is through software. Asus Probe II actually. So im going to take it with a grain of salt. :)

      Check out my X3350 overclocking thread. Its in there.
    15. Kursah
      I would say test with a DMM if that's Software/BIOS Voltage Read-Out. My G/F's GB P35 reads the 12V at 12.62v on an Antec SmartPower 5.0, but it's right at about 12.05v.

    16. CrAsHnBuRnXp
      What would you say about a PSU that had 12.60 on the +12v?
    17. CrAsHnBuRnXp
      What up noob? :laugh:
    18. Kursah
      Dude that's crazy stuff! The dream relation probably has nothing to even do with TPU, but interesting focus on the staff and this site! I'm glad it was just a dream!
    19. Solaris17
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    Missoula, MT, USA
    Field Network Engineer


    TPU's Headphone/Headset Thread - TPU's Strategy Gaming Thread - TPU's Space Sim Thread

    Family PC:

    i3 2105 3.10GHz w/CM TX4, Asus P8H61-M, 8GB Mushkin DDR3 1600, EVGA GTX 660 FTW 3GB + Asus 24" 1920x1080, 1TB SSHD + 1TB Backup, DVD Burner, Asus Xonar DG w/Logitech X-230, Corsair CX430, Rosewill Destroyer.
  • System Name: Kursah's Gaming Rig 2013 | Spartan Home Server 2015
    Processor: i7 4790k 4.0/4.4 @ 1.16v | i7 4790k 4.0/4.4 @ 1.18v
    Motherboard: Asus Z87-Pro - BIOS 2103 | Asus Z87-Pro - BIOS 2103
    Cooling: Noctua NH-U14S | Cooler Master 212EVO
    Memory: 16GB Crucial DDR3-1866 CL9 | 24GB G.Skill DDR3-1600 CL9
    Video Card(s): Gigabyte GTX 770 OC @ Stock | Onboard Intel HD 4600
    Hard Disk(s): Samsung 840 120GB SSD (OS), SSHD 2.0GT, HDD 2.0TB| RAID5 4X2TB (5.5TB), 640GB OS, 1.5 + 1.5 + 2.0TB
    Optical Drive: Asus DRW-24B1ST DVD/CD Burner | None ATM
    LCD/CRT Model: Samsung 32" TV IPS 1080p, Dell U2312HM IPS 1080p | 19" 4:3 Dell LCD
    Case: Lian Li Lancool PC-K62 | Lian Li Lancool PC-K7
    Sound Card: Aune T1 > AKG 553 Pro | Realtek ALC1150
    Power Supply: Corsair HX750 Modular | EVGA KR500 80+ Bronze + CyberPowerPC 1000VA/600W UPS
    Mouse: Logitech G502 | Dell USB Laser Mouse (KVM)
    Keyboard: Logitech G15 rv2 | Dell USB Keyboard (KVM)
    Software: Windows 10 Pro, Ubuntu 15.10 | Windows Server 2012 R2 (GUI Core,Hyper-V + VMs)
    Benchmark Scores: Server normally runs between 126-132 Watts. Server has a Dell Perc 6/i PCIe + BBU for RAID array.