Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
Nice PSU, but braiding doesn't look that great... too much of cable left visible
well i hope i can get a new one from SeaSonic or buy one and i hope it could be from their EU site but i canT find it there
well i need to find something to hide them better but this here is the way i can do it atm. it's better than bush of cables in the cable and blocking the airflow.
My new Sapphire HD 6950 2GB
Nice card...I have a Sapphire 6970 2GB I bought used a little over a year ago and that runs great. I really like the duel fans on yours, Sapphire does a good job with their cooling solutions. Only problem I have with mine is because it's a reference card, even though it has very good temps at idle and load, the fan is so loud. Anything above 40% fan speed it sounds like a leaf blower..
Hope yours stays quiet and cool...good luck with the new card.
mines Idle around 38c and load: 60c
got mines BNIB
Nice, my temps are right about the same, hope you got a good price for brand new.
Makes the deal even sweeter....
my new memory
Just because I could:
is that a MXM-II socket GFX? ^^;
what GFX is it?
Looks like how my laptop was last week damn kids jammed gum in the exhaust of the hs XD
and had to take it all a part to get it all out
I need to post my gpu collection
Does that mean we'll be seeing a review for that soon?
Reminds me of this post I had:
Hmmm, wil lahve ot check that out, I'm not sure!
You've had it for less than a day and you already broke it?
My wife was all like:
"oh, pretty, can I haz it? "
I think I winked at her.
She went upstairs, came back downstairs, it was in peices, and I'm taking pictures....
"Shit. Guess not. "
And yeah, it arrived at my door last night @ like 7:30 pm by courier, and by 10:30, when we had finished BF3'ing, I got right to work!
I do this with all review samples....get it, take it apart, take my pics, then re-assemble and test to make sure it stil lworks, then put it in "queue" on my shelf.
amusing story, thanks for that!
"Play your cards right". Good slogan Club3D.
Just a couple of shots of a PC I just finished building for a friend thought I'd take a couple before he picks it up tonight
and Shot of his ram Kingston HyperX Blu 2x4GB DDR3-1600
The XMS3 Classics are just that...CLASSIC. Very nice memory from Corsair
That screwdriver looks evil in that shot!
This is where my new build is at so far, still need PSU and gfx
And yes, part way through this photo shoot I realised I hadn't peeled the plastic off the chipset heatsink lol..
EDIT : Hey, in the second to last pic, does anyone know what that connector is for on the side of the H100 cooling block?
I dismantled a dell inspiron 15" the other day to do a clean & repair on it,[overheating] quite a tricky process, for someone who isnt tech minded it would be a nightmare, very easy to miss the tiny fliphead screws under the dvd slot and behind the battery. more complicated than just taking the bottom cover off [had to get into it thru the top/keyboard etc], got it going tho lol.
Took the mobo out and redid the thermal paste on both chips and cleaned fan too.
It did wonders for it actually. Saved a mate 2 years of revit work and all his architecture study info.
I love to know how things are engineered, i cant help it, whenever i get new tech toys, the first thing i do is dismantle to see how its made/works.
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