Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
lol the HIS up the top looks like tupperware
It's not a great high quality picture, but here are two 6870s. Both MSI, one with a TwinFrozr cooler and one with a reference cooler (the once with the reference cooler, I ordered the day the 6870 came out.) Believe it or not, the TwinFrozr has better idle temperatures, but the reference cooler at higher fan speeds handles overclocks better, but idles higher.
Well at least it's close up and sexy. Rather that than multiple gpu's just showing off how many. Thanks!
nice collection but dude WTF were you smoking when you picked out that duvet cover that hurts my eyes :shadedshu
Yep... It be... To bad I can't do anything til I get done with my week 14's.... I don't want to blow anything up..
And, even when I get done, I might have a 2700k..
Treat her nice, at least the first time
That's why the 2100 is in there and not the 2700... I can baby that beauty till I get her older sister.. then the tops flying off!
What is your plans on the 2100 after the 2700K arrives? Jr is seeking a SB setup
More to come real soon:
Mine's here tommorow
[troll]your mom's here now[/troll]
looks nice from the box, cadaveca and with all the pre-pictures of the board out there.
only thing is that my old ECS P67H2-A suddenly stopped with OC. i dunno what happened to that function bcs ino it's the board bcs i use the same i5-2500K on my Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z/Gen3 board and it oc's like a clam here :/
and since it was a test board only than i can't RMA it, but i can use it as a second pc without problems bcs it runs stock clocks 110%.
too bad it's an ECS
sorry bro had to say it
My killer Mushkins!
I love these sticks!
i wonder why hynix dont make RAM with these awesome chips themselves.
Dont know but Id sure love for Dave to chime in on this.
Those same ICs are on my Corsair Vengeance 16GB kit. I havent tested them yet
too bad they don´t have black PCB´s :shadedshu
Check my G.Skill 16 GB review for timing ideas.
Hynix ICs are in high demand, as they are one of only a few high-perforamcne capable ICs. They've actually been in the market a long time, most high-end sticks 4 GB in size use Hynix(both the G.Skill 16 GB review and the Patriot 8 GB review have this IC). Since they sell so well, it doesn't make much sense for hynix to sell "value" RAM under theor own branding, methinks.
Don't need to pull the heatspreaders, just look at the number of solder balls. 4 balls per side(8 total rows per IC) = Hynix. At the same time, however, there is BFR and CFR, both of which clock slightly differently, but a few minutes testing should point out which is which.
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