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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. Vario

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    RIP 3770k, it seemed like a good chip too. Did you get any good speeds out of it?
     
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    was benching around 6.8ghz but ram not maxed out. crashed then never came back. i was pissed as i didnt save any screenshots because i wanted a better one each time.

    should have a new chip coming soon.
     
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  3. Vario

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    Damnit I just saw that you got 6.8 thats insane gj. Hopefully your 2700k is good.
     
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    CB of around -110*c which is lovely but doesnt have a multi higher than 35?!
     
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    part of a PC and couple of the year, i hereby present you:
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    i bought a second pair of Energizer Lithium because after 2month and a half i thought the one i had in my G602 was about to run out... only to notice this:
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    2month and a half of use and the LGS still show 5/5 bar? dahell?
     
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    Where on Earth do you get those backgrounds like that?

    Second, yeah they have good battery life with high quality batteries in general. I did not think that much but many now claim you can run for 6 months on a "Normal" battery.
     
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    for the 1st question : http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/techpowerup-wallpapers.174128/ by the great @Rezasam1

    as for the second statement ... well those lithium AA battery are godlike for a G602 plus they are a bit lighter than normal AA it feels like using the mouse with only one Alk (endu mode logitech list 1440hrs which is 2month 24/24 7/7 with normal and i mix endu and perf mode ) and i have a M705 Marathon from logitech ... 3yrs and 4month with 2 normal AA but it's a plain office wireless mouse :D

    update : ordered a CM JetFlo 120 white led :D shipping confirmed delivery expected monday :clap:
     
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    CPU testing can finally begin after some dead G.SKILL Ripjaws RAM sticks were identified as source of my POST issues. :(

    [​IMG]
     
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    I like that MPower Board.
     
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    I bought a Noctua u9b-se2 for my colleague's pc as it kept going up into the 90c range. I thought I'd test it out in my PC before installing it next week for them. WOW I am impressed with it. I think my speculation about my old Antec 620 AIO starting to die may have been right as this noctua cooler is 10 - 15c cooler at load and about 5c cooler at idle along with being quieter! Amazing stuff for this 92mm air cooler. I've decided to keep it for myself and will buy another one for my colleague. Super impressed.

    It does look a little small in here but it means I can access everything nearly as easily as when I had the AIO cooler.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Cool looking system. I like the Noctua, the Cougar fan, and ~really~ like the 780s.
     
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    my computer :D

    F16 test station
     

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    Just installed some new PC security under my desk. He's farted 7 times already.
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    Hey eggman, I bought one of those coolers for my AMD machine. everybody told me i paid to much..blah blah..Fans are ugly.get a coolermaster hyper212, blah blah.. I clench my fists, look them square in the eyes and scream " I F*#KING LOVE OWLS"
    Phone pic... bored.
     

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    @RCoon:~~ My Lhasa Apso farts up a storm. (silent, but deadly) I wouldn't know what to do without her though.
     
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    JetFlo received and mounted (man the build of that fan is on some other level than anything i had till now ... )
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    2.2k rpm reasonably loud (aka no that much) 1k rpm on idle barely noticeable (aka... whatever ... )
     
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    you need to go to doctor.
    at 1200 i can hear em even that i am with headphones and game sound is quite loud (cant hear wife but can hear fans!)
     
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    nope i don't and without headphones. i mean i can hear them but it's more than bearable (1.1/1.2)

    using Q-Fan preset but i will put them on permanent 2k soon :D
     
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    masochist :D
     
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    Mmm summer temps wooot
    25*C ambient
    Prime95
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    Yum, welcome to the 2k fan club :p (I keep mine at 2k on my top radiator under load using a fan controller).

    I love the white LED, kinda been wanting to do some black and white for my next build (But even after my next upgrade I still have awhile off before I do something new).
     
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    With an FX8350, 16 GB DDR3-1333, and a GTX 660 Ti DC2+Quadro FX1800 gaming/light workstation rig, will a Corsair CX750M be sufficient to add another 660 Ti along the line? Just wondering if i didn't manage to buy exactly the wrong PSU for me future plans.
     
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    Well here's my new toy added to my rig :
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    Asus PB287Q monitor.
     
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    I'm using a 750W Rosewill PSU for two R9-280X OC cards in crossfire in an i7-2600K box.

    I also have a Rosewill 750W PSU in a FX-8350 system with two GTX-570s in SLI,..............................................so 750 should do for you.

    Damn nice screen.
     
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    Just put together the i5-4670K and the MSI G45 Gaming Z87. I used a SilverStone Tundra TD02 to cool the CPU. (covered the ugly white hoses with slightly better red wire mold)
    It's in a Rosewill BlackHawk Ultra Case with 16GB of DDR3-2133 Mushkin Redline RAM and a 1000W AZZA Titan PSU.
    I'm using a pair of EVGA GTX-680s in SLI.

    I haven't booted it yet.

    [​IMG]

    There are four 140mm Fans in the front and center of the case, four 120mm fans on the CPU cooler, and one 140mm fan on the rear. The side panel has a 200mm fan that blows at the GPUs.
     
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