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

  1. Sir B. Fannybottom

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    #swag I have one of those really old apple ones that are about 9 inches long lol. I dont think it even writes.. :3 1+ Come at me bro ;3
     
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    I also have an working 52x48x52x CD burner from BTC circa 2003 :nutkick: i think the +1 cometh to me :toast: and the MSI is from 2004
     
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    Pentium II 350 94' come at me. I have a feeling I'm gunna get another infraction....
     
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    P 1 166mmx
     
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    Time for rebuild motherboard just got here!!!!
     
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    Yes, I abandoned the evo tempest, the Corsair 650D is easier to clean and handle, I liked the layout, everything I liked, now I'm with him. Thanks for the comment
     
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    whats the best processer for a ASRock Z68 PROFESSIONAL GEN3 LGA 1155 Intel Z68 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard?
     
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    ^what he said
     
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    thanks for the Advice just orderd it. making a computer for photography that will work!!!
     
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    get 16 gigs of ram while you at it :) its cheap like shite atm :)
     
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    i bought 16gb for it!!! :nutkick: My credit cards hot!!!!! lol
     
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    Are those 6-8-6-24 sticks? ;)



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    ivy bridge haha or 2600k
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Yeah, 2GB. Shaders unlock too, but I've just got it @ stock. While I kinda like the design, I much prefer the reference cooler for air, but these cards are super easy to watercool, as the memory get zero cooling now, and the VRMs have their own separate heatsink.
     
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    I like Mushkin too. Runs good and Looks good! :D

    I have a water coold 6950 2GB. I run it at stock shaders and overclocked to 900/1400. Seems plenty powerful. Overclocking with shaders unlocked isn't quite stable enough, but 1408 is good enough.
     
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    Thanks man. Now time to flash the BIOS to latest to get my cores to unlock.

    Oh guys that have raid, they are plug n play coming from a previous chipset :rockout:
     
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    I agree the reference coolers definitely can push farther as the reference @100% fan speed is very fast and loud. I am not a fan of the plastic etc. of the non-ref and it feels like a pos but I love the look of it overall.
     
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    Nice stuff Dave, now clean your room!
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    HA! hard to keep things neat in a 24x40 room.

    Now, if I took the full picture, maybe you could say that, but it's actually pretty tidy. All the wires and stuff on the right are from my guitar rig. Gotta have the guitar close by to keep me amused while benching! ;)


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