Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
I just finished installing the 3770k into my new Source 210 and figure I'd get a picture:
Yes, that is a 750w PSU for a system with a 77w CPU, 1 HDD, and no GPU. But it was very cheap, and the GS600 needs to be RMA'd.
I'm pleasantly surprised with how clean things turned out, given the mass of cables from the PSU
OK, more pics as promised, took me a while to put everything together:
Thanks for all your comments, and please let me know what you guys think
I'm not even going to bother asking why your setup is so awesome.
DAYUM!!! Benchies please
Now can I have one of your 680s?
I just don't get why we are still using those bulky DVI ports... They ruin a GFX cards aesthetics.
I think your rig is amazing
What games are you going to be playing with this rig?
Thank you mate
W1zz took care of all benchies already but I can tell you this, Crysis 3 is finally fully playable maxed out at 5760x1080 w/TXAA enabled, my 680s would almost catch fire with those settings, it was a humbling experience
I moved the 680s to my C2Q build, haven't tried it yet, but they might be severely bottlenecked by the CPU, will let you know if I decide to sell them
Agreed, almost reminds me of some modern motherboards with parallel and serial ports
Thank you so much, means a lot to me for you to say that
Currently I'm completely dedicated to Crysis 3, but after I finish it I'll go back to completing the Dragonborn quest in Skyrim, maybe even some F1 2012 and Disshonored after that, so many good games I haven't finished yet... What are you currently playing?
Once again, thanks to everybody for your comments, I really appreciate them
I did some needed de-dusting and decided to take some pics
That GPU has an unusual flex to it, looks like some bow in the middle, may just be me. Also, I may recommend you take off the plastic covers on the crossfire connectors. I've heard stories about that plastic melting.
A very clean case, great cable management.
I think that is a lens warp, the second pic looks mighty straight.
Btw, how does plastic melt on an unused connector?
That's just what I have heard, person that told me may have been wrong.
I like the unique color of your fan grills, very different from what I've seen lately. Excellent cable management with zero dust. Get's the job done!!
sweet & clean m8 !!
Very nice that case is so inconspicuous from the outside Very nice and clean.
Maybe heat transferred through the PCB also? if its just cheap plastic then it might only take a little heat to melt it?
Well im as ready for crysis 3 as im going to be. Finally got my hands on a crossfire bridge and i have to say im very pleased with the results so far. Had to reinstall CCC to get it to turn crossfire on but its all good now. Metro 2033 with the single card i mas getting maximum about 39 and min around 23 FPS on high. Now i get about 46 min and 60 high, sometimes but not often going upto 80. Either way its much more fluid and makes the faster paced fighting scenes more fluid. Turned it up to very high and whilst Fraps reported average FPS of around 44 Movement was slow, it wasnt like a slide show it was fluid but it was like there was a delay, id move the mouse and half a second later the correct action would happen on screen.
Anyhoo im enjoying my first Crossfire so far.
"- So let me get this straight....Just how much damage did we cause in the last purcahse?
- 2000+ dollars worth of collateral damage...
- You are shitting me....
slap, punch kick.....youre sleeping on the sofa!!
I got to sleeve and replace LEDs, get a new mobo where I can get to the ram slots haha and paint a few things!
looks like yoru motherboard has the same design as mine (including the ICs)
which explains why you too have bad VRM.
yeaa im going to get some lil vram heatsinks and apply them to the vrms to see if it helps, until I get a new mobo. and if that's the pro, what the hell is different lol
Ahora si te pasastes!!!! sos un Salvaje LOL clase Maquina!!!! it was awesome wait you were doing a Titan GTX SLI ... Greetings friend!
I thought my 5970 was dead untill I fitted the stock cooler to it this morning and it sprung back to life.....
One of my fans died.., its time to bring out the "extra parts box"...
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