Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
^^Very nice shot and very nice mobo.
Not quite as clean as the above... but I see those cable's seem to be the trend at the moment so I thought I'd chuck in one I forgot to add the other day
I keep going back to look at this image
They are easier to manage...
I don't think I posted this one I took awhile ago:
That's true, I never had a clean/tidy interior until I had a PSU that came sleaved
Yeah Sleeved cables are a must have these days for tidy and clean setups it's always easier to route them aswell or hide them as the case maybe
Here's a nVidia Geforce 7200 GS, Thought I'd share these images before I test/ship the card out to scaminatrix
very nice shots guys
Hey,just before I try to post my pics,how can I make sure that the iploaded picture will be nice and big?When Im uploading pictures,they always come up as attachment.
in the top bar in the comment window, there is a button for inserting pics
(beige, with a mountain on it)
if you click that,you can enter the URL of the Pic you want to show, and have uploaded somewhere on the net (Techpowerup.org,Imageshack.us, Tinypic, does not matter)
Cheers..but what if I havent?and I have the pictures on my hdd.
load them up there
Thank you thank you thank you!
I just have to charge the battery for my Canon Eos 500D
Then I will try to take some nice pictures of my sexy Rampage III Extreme
EDIT: I've tried several times the tpu image uploader,but it always shows an error: failed to move the uploaded image..what is this guys?
Your picture is too large. Try reducing the size of the picture (there is a 2 mb limit). Plus it makes it faster to pull up the webpage
OK,so here is my first go..the picture is slightly edited in Lightroom 3.Not the best shot,but will have betters.
the RAM looks sweet
thanks,Its around 2008 made G.SKILL
I've been looking for ages for another 6GB kit just like these,but no one has them..they make ones with exactly the same heatsinks,but in all black.they look even better..but I didnt want to mix them with mine,there could be some compatibility issues.
You're missing a screw in your mobo.
It was never there to be missed in the first place
I have a real bad habbit of only screwing boards down with a screw in each corner even though I'll put the correct mounts in place - no idea why I do it the way I do.
This one almost looks B&W except for the inside of the PSU.
I was about to ask how you got pics of my PSU but then I realized that this is the 850W model .... I have the 750W in retrospect I think I should have gone with 850 instead as the +12V, 5V, 3.3V lines all droop a fair bit on mine, during folding I'm looking at +12V=11.776V, +5V=4.973V and the +3.3V=3.264V.
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