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

  1. PopcornMachine

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  2. RCoon

    RCoon Gaming Moderator Staff Member

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    Phantom acrylic window arrived yesterday and fitted it on, which came at the sacrifice of my 230mm bitfenix spectre fan, but the bitfenix LED strip should arrive later on this week, with pictures!
     
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    didn´t see the drive, thought abot external hdd

    oh yeeeah she´s hot , hopefully not to hot to handle :p or just add watercooling, hahah
     
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    Time to jump ship!
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    Brand new powersupply for haswell upgrade is here.

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    Dug out my old Cosmos S case and sent it off to the powder coaters...

    My Maximus IV /7870 Crossfire setup was "liberated" from my home so I though why let a great case sit collecting dust plus it's just a great case to work with.

    All the plastic bits are off getting a fresh coat of paint ROG red and black.
    I have all parts but watercooling gear and GPU's.... Still choosing GPU's and WC is in the mail.

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    Might start a build log but honestly I suck at picture taking and my progress is slow at the moment.
     
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  8. RCoon

    RCoon Gaming Moderator Staff Member

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    Just plugged in my baby and my dedicated physx card (with arctic cooler) along with the bitfenix alchemy LED's, plus an extra 16GB of Kingston Beast 2133 RAM for 24GB total so i can screw with RAMDisks.

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    The black area is Kombustor Furry and Tesselation Test, which shows 1050mhz core and 7Ghz memory, but EVGA Precision only shows 1045?

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    The fairly plain and very empty box from Gigabyte.

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    Card installed, plus new window case panel and LED's

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    Overall picture.

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    Close up.

    NOTE TO SELF, SORT THOSE GODDAMN H100 CABLES OUT!
     
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    ^^^ aaaahhhhh that's dapper!

    what sort of firestrike results does it kick out?
     
  10. RCoon

    RCoon Gaming Moderator Staff Member

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    Cabling and lighting fixed and shown better :D

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    Will update with firestrike scores shortly. I only clock my CPU to 4.2 and GPU to 1050. I prefer things to run cool as opposed to on the edge, and a little silence is always nice for once, coming from dual cards that reached 82 degrees on 85% fan speed...
     
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    yee fair enough looking good man!
     
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    RCoon Gaming Moderator Staff Member

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    latest WHQL driver not valid on 3DMark apparently, couldnt verify the make of my GPU and ran it at 575mhz, so I'll have to wait for a fix.

    For the sake of showing off LED's in the dark.

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    Finally got my scores after screwing around with a lot of things.
    Ended up Boosting to 1200Mhz Core and 7GHz Memory on 1.2v.

    Fluidmark also seems to think my GTX 275 can hit 73% load when running Physx dedicated, but never goes above 40 degrees. Nice to see it's being made the most of.
     
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    jesus you got it to 1200?

    damn. My Evga 780 comes Tuesday! Cant wait.
     
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    RCoon Gaming Moderator Staff Member

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    1201 on the boost clock, after maxing voltage to 106% then adding the maximum 0.38v with voltage unlock. 1700mhz on the memory, but apparently 1800 isnt out of the question.

    See my first image post up there for specific gpu and memory offsets.
     
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    So you can unlock the voltage on the 780?
     
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    That is weak. Only max of 106% power target?
     
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    This is my "seconary PC" based on an Intel G540, just put my old GTX 295 in here... yes, on a 360W Seasonic PSU... unfortunately the PSU only had a single 6-pin, so I plugged the PSU's 6-pin into the 8-pin on the graphics card, and used a Molex adapter for the other 6-pin connector. Surprisingly it works perfectly :)
     

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    Moved over to my 350D. Switched to a Seasonic X750 PSU from my Antec, subbed in the Kraken X60 over the H100, and retired the 580 Lightning for a GTX 780.

    Only have 2 sleeved 8pin PCIe cables- spaced that this card is 8+6. Figure Ill order the cable and install them together.

    No more PC builds for me for a while, not really as fun as it used to be.

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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Corsair cases are so clean and elegant. Love them.
     
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    Pfff people are sell out for the 780... I see alot that starts to sell even the 690 in ( fact much faster than 780 and Titan ) especially do not understand these people...

    A 690 for a 780 ? :shadedshu Biggest mistake of your life !
     
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