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  1. Velvet Wafer

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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    More details soon. ;) For now, those pics are all I can do.
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    signed a non-disclosure agreement,eh?;)
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Nope. ;) Gotta do some testing. Just arrived. Don't wanna comment until I've played a bit.

    If I had an NDA, I'd not have even posted the pics.
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    wherefore the sneakyness then?;)

    come on, at least tell us the stock specs, that would be pretty interesting, in my opinion!:D
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    :roll:

    Oh, i thought the sticker was in the pics! My bad!

    2133 9-11-10-28, 1.65v, 4x4GB. Looks to be Hynix BFR.
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Nice score! I am jealous!
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    I love it, great score for sure and very simple to change position from seated to standing
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Yeha, that's my thing. Would be 100% fantastic for my bench station..I'd just bolt it to the wall, as I stand at that station anyway. I've been looking for something similar, and here you got one, and for DIRT cheap! Awesome score, man, awesome score. ;)
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    best part was I had no expectation of winning I just dropped a lowball $35 maximum bid and forgot about it
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    oh well, not the speed i had hoped to see, but at 4gb/stick thats still pretty decent! :)

    Im still happy with my 2400 10-12-11-48, 1.65, 2gb/stick Transcend Axeram... never encountered RAM before, which stored 2 timings, that were that different...
    One seems AMD optimized,even if odd, at 1440 6-8-7-17-29, and the other, is the above mentioned printed on spec, for Intel.
    (They even have a thermal sensor integrated in each Module, but they only can be read out on an Intel based machine, not on AMD,sadly)

    It is also the Cheapest 2400 that is available on the market, even tho the timings are a little bit too high... they also dont like to clock to low timings as good as my Ripjaws 2000 9-9-9 did, but at clocks 1600+, their clocking capabilities are much better. Also, they are icecold, even under a long time full load... the Ripjaws were pretty warm in the same scenario, so warm, that i needed to point a fan towards them, for my personal peace of mind.
    Definetly recommended, even if its just to play around with high memclocks.;)

    Chips should be PSC, some of the worser timing ones of the second best bin (i think there is a 2500 bin, but im not quite sure)
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Yeah, currently available ICs...not so nice.


    My Mushkin Blackline...that quite a few users have here now;), do really well. 8-10-8 @ 2400, but takes 1.7v.
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    every kit you can buy, or just single ones, or certain batches? i guess you mean the 2000 blacklines? seems like they also have PSC on them,right?:)
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    My new Pump EK 2.2 little but powerful 400 liters/H !! Little beast !



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    nice and pretty cheap pump, good for its price... but even a Laing DDC + with the stock top has 600l/h and much higher head pressure... the D5 is even heftier, but also, much pricier when bought new ;)
    (you can solder every ordinary blue impellered DDC today to a DDC+, without any big soldering skills, so i only count the + variant)
    I even have a 10 Euro aquarian submersible pump, and its 400/l.. but with just 1.2m head pressure :D
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    I dunno about 2400 any more, but yeah, basically every kit will do 2133MHz @ 1.5v-1.6v, 9-10-9-28.

    But, they are not 2000...they are 1600 MHz 6-8-6-24, and are Elpida, not PSC.


    But I dunno about current kits, though. They went OOS, the, FullinFusion bought a set or two, and those are good as well. Now they are OOS again, and I have no idea is they will even come back in stock, or if current kits are as good.
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    A poor man's cathodes :3
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    Are these Hypers or BBSE? My personal guess would be BBSE, but i could be wrong ;)

    Clocking Ram is a pain on this old C2 955, in my opinion its a small wonder, that its able to run 1600 at all,@1.65, and with 2700 NB and 1.29v CPU/NB. I definetly need a better platform for that, in the Future! :eek:

    not a bad idea, even if shortlived!
    I would recommend you tho, to post stuff like that in the ghetto mods thread instead, it belongs there much better.;)

    The People watching this thread most times are only satisfiable, if sharp high quality pictures of extremely fast,freezingly cool, or brutally expensive Hardware are posted...
    I was told, that some even come here to fap, from time to time!:p
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    That's what I was thinking, I got my two 20 cm long UV's for $20.
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    $0.10 :3 I was at a wholesale with my dad and I saw a big box of 50 for $5 you would have to be crazy to turn that down :laugh:
    I'm not actually gunna use them as cathodes, unless I get bored :3
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    Had this for a few weeks now... mounted it on the ceiling now (hence the finger prints lol), just need to move all the crap out of this basement to turn it into a proper games/cinema room :)

    Projector is an Optoma HD600X-LV (720p native DLP projector).
    looks lovely with BF3 in ultra, unfortunately my digital camera dosent like the low light levels so it looks fuzzy in the pics!

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    how can you play on such a big screen o_O

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