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

  1. t77snapshot

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    All cards were reference design, and I tried multiple Bioses. Regardless, ATI's driver quality has gone steadily downhill. They are buggier than they have been in half a decade. I'm quite pissed at their driver quality right now. It used to be one of their strong points over nvidia. Not anymore, nvidia clearly has the better driver team at this point in time.
     
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    I think they should of released these 10.4a's that I'm using and just quit for a while.
     
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    They are fine but you DO NOT want to block their intake with mesh, filters, etc. It will make a noise close to that of a car window barely open at 60 MPH. I'd say if you put them a inch, to a inch and a half away from anything they'll be fine.


    But yeah, on mine the loudest thing I hear from them is a whoosh of air. :toast:
     
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    Nice! your rig is getting better and better.:toast:
     
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    whats so surprising? i've got 10TB myself
     
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    Really? Not according to your specs.

    Anyhow, I mean that's just a lot, I just don't see how you can have soooo much data :laugh:
     
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    it got bigger.

    i cant see how you can survive on so little data...

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    :eek::eek::eek: So what drives do you have now? That's insane bro. There's stuff on my HDD I haven't even listened to, seen, or opened :eek:
     
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    samsung 1TB's, seagate 1.5TB's.
     
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    ha, missed it in your sig. What's that small drive for your OS, SSD or something?
     
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    partitioned the OS drive (hence the part 2) - i find it MUCH easier and faster to reinstall windows this way.
     
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    hmm, pretty smart. :) Seems like you got your stuff pretty well organized.


    Here's me :laugh:
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    Untreated in selling the block and pump:laugh:?
     
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    Naaa i probly wont sale the loop because all i need it 3/8s elbows (about 6-8) and a fill port to finish it but money has become a MAJOR issue in my house hold so this project is put on hold for a while
     
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    I feel you man, I haven't been so tight on money but I always have something in my way. It's kinda frustrating bro. Effin' Sucks. I hope your situation gets better soon :toast:
     
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    Brandon, you got a PM on the fittings.

    :toast:
     
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    Good luck.i just thought i would offer lol.I am working on watercooling my 250 to get better clocks...maybe
     
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    baught some new toys, a pair a g-skill ram, only two gig and an asus p5n32 sli se deluxe
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    should be quite nice when ive been able to give it a proper cm job, that ide just kiils it, ill probably remove it when ive finished installing games etc and just run a virtual drive. Im realy enjoying it, haven't tried any oc'in yet only downside is it seems to be rather fussy with cpu's. Boots with my e2180 perfectly try with my E8200 and it start to post, show the cpu name speed etc then it'l justhang on checking NVRAM whilst with the E2180 it does it that fast i cannot even see the Checking NVRAM message pop up but hey ill fix it some how :)
     
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    ^ That G.Skill RAM is great, super solid, but I've yet to see a pair that overclocks good. But then again, nothing is guaranteed to overclock.
     
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    Nice simple set up, other than that PSU. Oh, and once you get a new one, manage those cables yo!

    Why is your rear case fan intake?
     
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