Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
Been A while since I see a pic of the rig. Looks good.
wow that is huge!
That's what she said .....
Wish I had more than screenshots to share. Will be working more on timings/bandwith later on
Well guys, I have decided to come out of my mATX world and go with this case.
Its a NZXT T410E-001 Tempest 410 Elite ATX Mid Tower Case
That's the old 775 rig... lol
Have you tried a bios flash?
Come on.. it had 13 fans in it..
yeah.. he did...
Got the GPU yesterday. Bought the PC abit over 2 years ago and i've obviously made some improvements since then. Scores 8400 in 3dmark11.
Still looking good! Even though I liked my I7 920, I wanted a sandy bridge setup badly. It does out perform my I7 and I am glad I made the switch
Oooo ORANGE ....
Yeah I tried it. No go.
What Dominator GT sticks are those? I had 6GB 1866MHz CL7 with elpida hyper chips and those really are the best you can get for LGA1366 setup.
e: nevermind, got your specs now. Good choice man!
Are the 6GB 2000mhz C8 part of this "best for lga1366"? I just bought them cause I wanted the room for overclock. Currently they are running at 1600mhz 8-8-7-24-2T, couldnt get them stable past this. (the stated spec on the sticker is 2000mhz 8-9-8-24-2T). But anyway i'm getting 18.5-19 GB/sec of bandwith when I use the MaxxMem2 test
I don't think there is much difference between the CL8 and CL7 sticks. I know for fact they can be hard to get running at the specs speeds at first. You need to set 1.65V for DRAM and up the QPI voltage a lot. Mine needed >1.25V at 1866MHz. Also use the XMP profile to set the latencies.
Hey, there's a ghost in the machine!
Yeah.. since that was 2y ago and that rad's now under a desk collecting air from a box.. lol
^ posted any pics of that setup?
Huh? want pics of that old rig? or the new one?
wow you need to re arrange those cables
Just finished modding my Z-2300's today, still a bit more i want to do to them but it will have to wait for another payday
basically changed out the stock wires for fully shielded Japanese canare wire, cut out the fake "tweeter" in the top of the satellites and changed out the ends for gold & nickle plated ones. overall it does sound a bit better im thinking mostly because of the added port on the speakers
Never heard of a "passive radiator"?
Nice cable choice though.
I miss my Z-2300's. Treasure and take care of them, Logitech stopped making them. Mine went out right when they finally ran out, and I got Z623s as a replacement. They sound like a pile of ass compared to the 2300's :'(
New build I put together with my old P67 UD4 XMS3 ram and some WC parts
Very nice sneeky
I love how that makes your system look so small.
You should use those rigs to crunch for TPU's WCG team:
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