Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
bet the temps are badass
On my X79 rig? Very much so. You can see the water temp on the LCD sitting on the pump.
The Dual Xeon rig, on the other hand, is way out of control...
what are the load temps like on that biznitch
Right now I'm running WGC on it, and CPU temps are 48-53C. GPU's are running 1 WU each (light load) but are 32-39C.
holy crap, those are badass
We got those in at Staples, they look like a really good value. No anti-glare coating, but relatively low reflectivity, and pretty much everything else you'd expect from an LED-backlit IPS panel.
Nice pics t_ski
LOL my wife was going thru the web history last night. she says "you're a pervert what are you looking at" when she saw the words sexy and clubhouse in one tittle. She clicked expecting porno I guess and next thing I know I'm just nerd. LOL better then a pervert I guess
Tech porn for sure
I find well done laser-edging so damn sexy! So I'll just drop this here
I was sitting on the couch next to my wife one day while browing this thread, and she gave me crap about the title, too.
One of my favorite CPU's!!! It currently resides in a rig I put together for a co-worker:
The rig also has a ATI X1600 GPU:
Not to say the picture is bad but it doesn't do justice to how big a SB-E CPU and skt2011 really is. The thing is huge compared to skt1155 or AM3+.
Y U NO get a GPU that is 3 times faster\efficient with pocket change
New Drives for the test system
Sometimes I hate you... :shadedshu
Looks like new drives, as seen here:
Will be interesting to see how long they last before needing replacement. Thankfully, when they do "die", you lose no data.
Corsair has given me some note on flash/nand changes on the GT modell due some info from a forum m8 on a 5.06 Firmware, and i asked Corsair if that is going public (still open)
in my last build i used a GT , if i compare that modell to my ROG project once, the feel / look like plastic, instead of aluminum case they use weak steal chassis, similar to the neutrons above
Built the rig a couple years ago with parts I had laying around. His kid likes to play Minecraft, so it works for their needs.
Welp... it's dangerous to go alone, take one of these
Why aren't those crunching for Team TPU?
Because they're on a coffee table, d'uh...
eeepc clean and re-pasting, that glob is the thermal pad it felt like sticky gum.
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