Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
2500k and GTX 680, CPU at 4.6 and GPU Boosts to 1202Mhz not really pushed it as i like how quite it is
Hmm, nice XTX rad there.
Only 2 hours? I always pump up some Grateful Dead, get in the zone and try to milk it for at least 4 or 5. The fresh parts build is one of the only true joys in enthusiast computing, for me at least.
This is very true. Just add the drink of your choice and make a night of it.
Threw this together last night for the fun of it. The wiring was horrible but will fix later. The CPU's temp sensors are really messed up, one shows like 17 and the other was 33 so I have no clue what the real temps are.
(33+17)/2 = 25 c:
BTW DDD, this is an AMD build HAHAHAHA
Get the CPU warmed up and check again it should be closer to correct around 55-60C
windows fail, 4.73 isn't stable, gamingble yes xd
Build I just threw together from old parts for a friend who's pc crapped out on him.
Asrock Extreme4 Gen3
8GB G Skill RipJaws
Crucial M4 64GB
Coming from a q8200, HIS 4670, and 4 gigs or ram I would say this is a decent upgrade.
Hello friends !
I come back today with my new mod in progress based on the CM Storm Scout II
Hope you will enjoy ^^
Two things I learned from this:
1. You are a very nice friend to have
2. You have way too many parts laying around Put them to use here:
55-60 full load under water? Should be around the 40's with this 65nm Brisbane right?
Oh it should be....Brisbane hmmm those temp sensors are just bad no matter the temp I should have read better. Use socket temp and it should be as close as you will get with that chip.
Although it should read close to correct under load around 55-60C if my memory serves correct. Which under water should be around 3.2-3.4ghz.
Haha I guess I'm more of a gamer than anything then, although story might have been different if I had some decent cables to play with and a custom loop
You should really put the resevior higher in your loop. its easier to bleed the system when the res is one of the highest parts of the loop.
bleed the system of air? i ended up taking the 120 rad off and holding it higher than the rest of the system, running it for a while and using that bleed/fill port on top of the RAD to get rid of the air. worked pretty well
How do you get that tubing to fit over the fittings? I mean it doesn't stretch like normal tubing? Just wondering because I have always wanted to mod something like that.
BTW I added a new a 3rd rad to my setup.... excuse the shitty Cell phone pic but here you go
i7 3770K @ 4.9Ghz 24/7
Gigabyte Sniper 3
G.Skill 1866Mhz 16GB
x2 Intel SSD
x2 Western Digital Black Caviar 500GB
3 EVGA GTX 680 SLI
XFX 1050 Watt PSU
NZXT 810 Switch
EK 360 Rad
EK 240 Rad
XSPC 140 Rad
2x 655-B Pumps
XSPC Raystorm CPU Block
3xEK FC680GTX Waterblocks
And More .....
"Night Fire II" as it is right now until I decide were to take it from here. Lots of ideas, but nothing concrete, I keep changing my mind, the case offers so many possibilites. Yeah I know, the mATX looks tiny in there but my current system was built from a Antec mini P180 last year, so sue me
My desk setup with my older case
Interesting case design. I like it. The airflow looks really good.
Figure I'd post a pic of the inside of my NZXT H2. I posted it in the NZXT Case Clubhouse along with a long-winded review (more like rant) about the case.
Intel DX58SO Board
Intel i7-920 @ 3.5Ghz (via 165Mhz BCLK)
6GB G.Skill 1333Mhz @ 1320
2x EVGA GTX 480's (Stock Clocks)
2x WD 640GB Black in R0
2x OCZ Agility3 in R0 (1 drive is in top SATA dock currently)
Intel Wireless N-2200 PCIe Card
Please excuse the less-than-ideal cable management.
My new gaming chair.
Add two slim LED fans and RAM 4GBx2.
Exterior look. I think I'm done (for now).
There's no such thing with building PC's!
may I suggest a clear side panel for that 600T?
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