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

  1. Athlonite

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    :wtf: I would have thought triple channel would be what 3 x dimms would produce not duel channel :confused: this is giving me an headache trying to work out how its working that way :banghead:
     
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    No this is a 1156 socket so its dual channel only.

    ALso im bout to try CL8 1688mhz
     
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    You got part of it right with the Asus board. I prefer the GIGABYTE GA-890GPA-UD3H. While I both the Asus and Gigabyte boards in non working examples there is a definite weight difference between the two with the heavier board being the Gigabyte.

    Quite you! :slap:

    :D :laugh:
     
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    and finally, it will be completed! ;)
     
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    my PC is about to change XD

    will take pics as the new goodie goes in
     
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    Can't wait:toast:
     
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    Why not just use an electric radiator fan from a car? They run on 12v.
     
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    1. does not look half als cool
    2. i have one, but that bitch rattles like shit.
    3. the EBMPapst fans work really good on 12v, not too much noise, not too less performance. never had so nice fans ;)
    sadly, even at 7v, they wont turn on, buts thats a small bargain for me! :D
    oh, and last but not least i got them for free :p
     
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    Tell me what you think!

    *lian-li cases have drop dead bad ass quality.*

    Its a A05NB latest revision.

    Only weighs 8 pounds, But I can sit on it, Stand on it.

    and theres a decent Ultra kaze not seen, so airflow, is really nice for the small box.

    Lian-li is awsome sauce. I am very pleased.
     
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    Can we see a pic looking straight into the motherboard area?
     
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  11. Velvet Wafer

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    tada! still 1/3rd of the fans missing and im at about 32c load :laugh:
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    i have to get me at least 6 more to close that ugly gap :p
     
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    That is some serious air movement going on there:)
    Nice Velvet!
     
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  13. Velvet Wafer

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    indeed it is, and the noise is even reasonable! :D if you sit beside it, you can ignore it pretty fast;)
     
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    do i see its own psu to power them?
     
  15. Wile E

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    1.) You didn't grab a nice one then, like something by Flexalite. And performance is more important than looks anyway.
    2.) See #1
    3.) The car fan would work just as well, and be a hell of a lot less complicated to wire up.

    Can't argue with the last point, however. lol. Free is good.
     
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    3volvedcombat: wtf? vga?
     
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    Looks like a fermi quadro. 5000/6000 maybe?
     
  18. Velvet Wafer

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    thats correct, i mostly did it because otherwise i would have had to connect every fan to my rig. this way, the fans plug in directly behind the rad ;)

    no indeed i did not^^ how much does one of those flexalites cost?
    indeed it is, but i cant get much further either way. there only about 10c till i reach room temperature
    regarding the fans beeing complicated to wire up:
    was no problem, i just soldered 3 fans to one plug, for a total of 4 plugs. unremoveable atm, but i did not intent on removing the fans so soon either way^^

    btw those flexalites are damn ugly, i really wouldnt wanna use them design-wise on my rad :p
     
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    They look better than a clusterfuck of fans zip tied to a rad.
     
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    ... really sorry about the poor quality of the pictures :(

    EDIT: Took me to post these photo's to realise that I've forgotten to lacquer/clear coat the front panel of my rig when I resprayed the thing :banghead:
     
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    Its just a little GTX 470 guys :laugh:

    from galaxay ofcourse.
     
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    that depends on your point of view, if youre kinda a car-fetishist, i bet those flexalites will look better to you. ;)
     
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    a big flexalite fan on a car rad for a PC looks goofy.

    Lets try to make PC's and not vehicals here. But I could understand if your a mechanic though :roll:

    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1495439

    Stress testing at 4.2Ghz, can she be stable!
     
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  25. (FIH) The Don

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    my q9550 was pretty stable at 4.2, they are beasts

    what cooling?
     
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