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

  1. [H]@RD5TUFF

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    yeah, but if your memory is so short . . .


    Upstairs media/download/folding machine

    CPU: AMD Phenom II 550 @ 3.4 ghz
    RAM: 4gb Kingston DDR2 800
    GPU: MSI 4870x2 OC
    PSU: crappy BFG 800 watt
    Case: Antec Dark Force

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    Lan Machine /folding rig

    CPU: Intel Q9650 @3.4 ghz
    RAM: 8gb DDR2 OCZ Reaper 1066 @1102
    GPU: EVGA GTX 470 SC+ @ 735 core 1534 memory
    PSU: ZALMAN ZM850-HP 850W
    Case: HAF-X

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    nice :D must have overseen it somehow lol

    im thinking about this case for the m-itx board

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    and a h70 in it, with the rad in the front

    H70 is prolly the best of the small closed systems, due to the tubes being adjustable
     
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    My bro has that same case..:)
     
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    i just put it there as a joke, seeing as i was posting pics of inside my rig

    i have a bunch of different ones. been collecting them. they also got cans and snapple bottle ones too.

    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001DZ3436/?tag=tec06d-20
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Well i havnt took pictures in a while so i wanted to show off my new air cooler! it does a great job! also my friends PC!

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    Monster air cooler is neat:toast:
     
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    I can only make out a few peices of hardware in that pic. Looks like an nvidia based mATX board with OCZ Gold ddr2 and what I think looks like an 8800GTS G80. Am I right>??

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    Ultra LSP but unsure on watts?
     
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    its an 8800ultra:D
     
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    Thanks. Quick glance. ;)
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Phenom I 9850 Black editon quad
    2x2gb DDR2 -1066mhz
    gigabyte AM2+ board of some sort
    XFX 8800 Ultra
     
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    So what's the best program to control the fan speed of my 8800GT? That thing got up to 81C while playing TF2. So much for cool Nvidia; I never saw my 4870 go above 72C.
     
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    I like MSI Afterburner or EVGA Precision
     
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    use msi afterburner and make a custon fan profile
     
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    why not!

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    DAMN J-5, That is really clean setup. How fast are your video cards without power? :D

    Just kidding. Very Very nice rig. :toast:
     
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    Will have my NEW!! htpc up and running today! pics will be soon so stay tuned!
     
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    That looks amazing Johnny :respect:
     
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    My video card settings 24/7 on my 1440x900 resolution

    Crisp loads stopping exactly at 77c after long long kumbuster sessions.

    I enjoy this video card, it gets the job done right.

    0.925 volts stable is ok for me with this video card, undervolting does the trick!
     
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    here's my new hafx build! cable management isn't epic but man it's 10000000000 times better than my old stacker (RIP!). sorry for pic quality but garage + 3 am + me tired as hell + cell phone pic! == what you see above lol

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