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  1. msgclb

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    weak:laugh: I'm thinking of starting a thread 'Where's Chicken Patty?':rolleyes:
     
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    what do you mean by that title? I'm crunching non stop, just had some downtime lately here and there.
     
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    Probably a bad joke!:D You get your i7 up and then only 780 this morning. You'll get it figured out.

    One of my machines was down this morning while I fixed it. Tomorrow I'll have another one down while I get another i7 running.:toast:

    oops: I just looked at my estimated delivery an it's Wednesday.:cry:
     
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    yeah its really starting to piss me off, hopefully it'll stable out soon.
     
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    CP gets a pie!!:rockout: Lets make it bigger mate!!;)
     

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    Added a P4D, and a couple days ago I saw that my E6400 hadn't reported in a week. All cylinders are firing now! WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
     
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    Way to go CP. :toast:

    I miss my pie already :cry:
     
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    you switched all your rigs over already?
     
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    Yep, and if I can get someone to buy my Q6600 set-up I have in the for sale section, I'll be on my way to another i7. Then I might actually get some pie at XS :D
     
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    the smallest piece of pie in that team requires like 15k points a day at least :laugh:
     
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    Ya, I know. But I will be over that with another i7. Currently I'm running 2 i7's, X3370, Q6600 and a 9950 phenom. About 13-14k a day right now.
     
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    wow thats awesome. Good luck with the sale bro. Hey quick question, are you selling the combo as it only, or will you consider parting out? PM me back if possible so we don't derail this thread :D
     
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    twice today, no wonder I feel full :roll:

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    you'll be up there in no time dude :D
     
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    Stole my 47! :laugh: Yeah you're flying, I'll never catch you.

    I got my new power supply for the i7 as I was running 1 q6600 as backup and now my new i7 motherboard ram slot appears to be screwed up AGAIN. That's two I7 asus boards with a bad memory slot. I almost wonder if I've configured something wrong.

    I installed the new psu without testing the ram. No blinking green light so not sure yet if the psu was the problem. I was looking for a new psu to sli some 280's and picked up this with my excuse.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817703022

    Have you guys seen this psu? Cost me less than the 750 silencer new.
    Damn sexy, makes me wish I had a windowed case

    There's another $160 down the drain, but if the 750 quad still works I've got some great backup and should be able to sli a 2nd 280 when a deal comes around.

    Happy crunching.
     
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    Are you sure you installed the ram in the correct slots? Are you referring to the i7 in your system specs?

    I've got some Corsair TR3X6G1600C8 6GB PC3-12800 memory that I was going to install in a new i7 motherboard but the ATX 8-pin cable was to short so I'm waiting until the post office delivers an extension cable either Thursday or Friday.
     
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    that PSU is badass, I have the 860W version of it. great PSU. I love how they include the papers of when they did the test. gives you like all the numbers from the test they do to their PSU's, the person who tested it, when and where. Crazy stuff.
     
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    Congrats Oily_17 for getting the cherry pie!! Lets keep going this way!!:rockout:
     

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    Yeah, it was correctly installed. The board was running with those slots filled for a short while and they're the default for 3 gig. This i7 runs like crap with two it seems, I went ahead and ordered 3 more gig of that corsair, and the i7 stuff's on the left in my profile.

    I went with the EVGA E758-A1 board this time, at least they've got tech support you can call... I was willing to bypass the 3rd ram slot on the first board if they told me the best slots to use and tech support at asus didn't want to comment on that. They sent me a link for rma instead. Maybe it's not advised but they could have said so.

    Yeah, seems like a great psu, it is louder than the 750 flavor though. They're pushing "silencer" name, but I'm guessing it's quieter than many others in that wattage arena.
     
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    i dont know but mine is pretty loud :laugh: I dont wanna see the non silencer ones :eek:
     
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    I did a quick search and I think the 860 pcp&c is the turbo cool series, not silencer.
     
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    correct, sorry. so that means its loud, no wonder :laugh:
     

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