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

  1. BrooksyX

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    Thats seems kind of high, what is your clock speed/voltage.
     
  2. p_o_s_pc

    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    stock /1.2v(stock)
    I am going to be pulling it off tomorrow and putting on fresh TIM, It could also just be a bad mount.(tightened unevenly maybe) I am not worried about it ATM.
     
  3. Sir B. Fannybottom

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    I would, I get worried if my proc goes over 45C! Either you have the hottest house ever, or there is something wrong with that H50
     
  4. BrooksyX

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    45c isnt bad for a processor. Especially i7 920s. They naturally run a lot hotter but also have a higher heat tolerance.
     
  5. Sir B. Fannybottom

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    What about for a x4 925? I idle at 34C it jumps up to 37-44 when gaming
     
  6. BrooksyX

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    I wouldnt worry about those temps. As long as you stay below the mid 50s your fine.
     
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    New case was shocked at the size of this thing :laugh:

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    I like that :) So much more room in there!! :D
     
  10. Sir B. Fannybottom

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    Okay, I was thinking of doing a before and after of my pc.

    The front, this will prob stay the same for a few years :laugh:
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    This is my bad CPU cooler, ram and such, yes those are shitty ebay ram heatsinks. I got them because I thought they were gunna be temporary, I guess they're staying. You can also see my 8 pin come from under the video card, it's really short!
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    Here is my video card, OEM 4650, 1 gig of DDR2 ram, I'm upgrading to a 5750 for my birthday :3 It's ugly, but it works a ton better than this thing.
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    Full shot, I wish the HAF 912 was black inside :(
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    Here are the cables I have routed, fitting the extensions in there will be a pain in the butt!
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  11. Athlonite

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    have you tried it this way
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    also if your looking at upgrading your GPU to something a little better go HD5770
     
  12. Sir B. Fannybottom

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    I tried it, but it's too tight for my liking. And I'm buying a 5750 off someone on here. It's okay, right?
     
  13. Athlonite

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    yeah but I'd say just a little under powered for 1080p gaming with all the eye candy on though
     
  14. Sir B. Fannybottom

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    Well, I don't really want all eyecandy, I mainly want to run BBC2 on med with 4x AA and get atleast 45 fps
     
  15. BrooksyX

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    How much are you buying it for. There are potentially much better cards in that price range.
     
  16. Sir B. Fannybottom

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    $85 with shipping
     
  17. BrooksyX

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    Hmm, im sure you could find a 5770/6770 for about that price or $10 more. Still seems like a good deal but would be nice to be a little future proof.

    But I guess you could always pick up a second cheap 5750 for crossfire down the road.
     
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    Going to corsair 650D
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  19. Sir B. Fannybottom

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    Nice rig spectrus77! And if you can find one would you mind messaging me the link?
     
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    put my rig into my haf x today, here's the results.

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    I love the PSU cover ofthe HAF X! You dont need a modular PSU to be really clean in this case.
     
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    yes it's f'n great, there is a mass of unused cables under there, but i am looking forward to getting a modular psu.
     
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    Modded a bit my 650D with an Added a 120mm fan in the drivebay and it fits.

    Using my old Antec 1200 parts!

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    That is a vegas fan right? Or apolish?
     
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