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

  1. KieX

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    CS you gonna give that rads the Carbon Fibre treatment too?
     
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    What fans are on there CS? Noise Blockers?
     
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    Cold Storm Battosai

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    I was thinking about it, but I don't know.. lol..
    I'm thinking of the fans instead.. lol But, it would be black, black and carbon fiber..


    Nope.. I should of found them.. but instead I got CM Excalibur fans.. almost the same static Pressure as the San ace fans, but only 33dbs..

    I'm going to debate on the fans.. I'll most likely add a fan controller to the rad since I don't really need that to go on.. plus I got a sweet a$$ controller that is sitting in a box.. Thanks Sneeky! :pimp:


    Reason I got the two smaller rads instead of the SR1's.. I can place the res/pump combo in it, use a Pull set up and boom, good to go.. The back and front fans will blow inward
     
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    Who needs a case? :D

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    I can play any game at any settings ;)

    Dice is just for benching, phase for daily use :rockout:


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    Looking freaken awesome!!!

    I like your tech station:toast:

    Your rig is sweet as well:)
     
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    I have noticed that PSU someday use to suck air from the bottom i wouldn't do that, you don't want to have dust in your box, just turn around and left the vent to be on the upper side, and even with two screws will be ok, if the box don't allow it. Even vent will last longer because of that.
     
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    All three can go 980 core clock. With the Asus and Visiontek together 1030. The asus can do 1040 core clock alone.
     
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    what about the CPU?
     
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    Oh, my 920 does 4.2ghz at 1.29v, and 4.4ghz at 1.40, HT on...with air cooling. On DICE, got it up to 4.9ghz at 1.52v but got shut down with a base clock wall at 233 on this UD3R.
     
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    More stuffs showed up today!:)
     
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    And a quick recap of my Christmas gifts, and the ones I bought myself.:laugh:

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    Tip with the killer, turn off the charts. Makes the menu laggy and establishes an annoying constant connection with an amazon cloud server.
     
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    Wile E Power User

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    Like what?
     
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    Like the 68xx series since your a ati guy :rockout:
     
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    Or, some nvidia cards.
     
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    Not really. Any card with the same or more power is going to scale almost the same, regardless of maker or series.

    Lower powered cards will scale better because they are overwhelmed easier. And even tho they scale better, the higher powered cards perform better.
     
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    Agreeded and introduce them to folding :D
     
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    Wile E Power User

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    Nope. Don't scale any better at resolutions that make sense for mutli card setups.
     
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    Oh im not forsure on this. You probably know more about it than i do. Your current cards are a 58xx series right? I've just heard that the 68xx series scale amazing and what not. I know my 8800gts sli doesn't scale all that well :p
     
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    It depends heavily on the resolution too. The higher the resolution, the better the scaling. Low resolutions don't scale well because the cards run out of work. It just isn't demanding enough.
     
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    True true. If you don't need to upgrade then don't upgrade :p It's your money but seem's like you don't mind spending it on comps with a 980x hehe. I know i need to upgrade my 8800's but lack of funds doesn't allow me too :eek:
     

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