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Well lets get started AMD 2800+,x800gto,1GB of kingstone ram with added heat sink. 80GB sata HDD,k8 series motherboard, one extracter fan under the x800gto,1 system fan,1 cpu fan, 550W psu asus DVD drive, CRT flatscreen based (evesham CRT'S for life) CRT 17'. This is about it

Well for a start im 14 and is really all i need for what i do like gaming,game designing stuff like that. but the CPU 2800+ i have noticed it very overclockable at stock 1.8Ghz to around about 2.4Ghz 2.2Ghz depends wat im doing up i do have overheating problems with the stock AMD CPU heatsink:(:(.i also added heatsink to the RAM to cool it down . because my ram did get very hot i noticed so i put them on and it is cool but in the upcoming summer it may get very hot.

This is a very good system for me, As i do spend most of my time on my pc. i do have dual CRT bough CRT 17' and that is about ti and it really isnt that big of a mod or not even a mod just want people to see my rig.

thanks for reading Chirs :):)
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Jan 29, 2006
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My house.
Processor AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800+ Brisbane @ 2.8GHz (224x12.5, 1.425V)
Motherboard Gigabyte sumthin-or-another, it's got an nForce 430
Cooling Dual 120mm case fans front/rear, Arctic Cooling Freezer 64 Pro, Zalman VF-900 on GPU
Memory 2GB G.Skill DDR2 800
Video Card(s) Sapphire X850XT @ 580/600
Storage WD 160 GB SATA hard drive.
Display(s) Hanns G 19" widescreen, 5ms response time, 1440x900
Case Thermaltake Soprano (black with side window).
Audio Device(s) Soundblaster Live! 24 bit (paired with X-530 speakers).
Power Supply ThermalTake 430W TR2
Software XP Home SP2, can't wait for Vista SP1.
Not too bad...but your pictures include shots of the wires BEHIND the case. That makes the pictures look REALLY ugly. That's probably why people are voting so low. I mean, if you take a good look, all the wires inside the case are nicely organized. The specs are impressive too. Keep up the good work.


Everyone needs to start somewhere. (Very nice for 14 years old)

I think people who give 1's and 2's are punks.

The comp is cool, it just needs help organizing the wires. (Clean your CPU and get some AS-5)
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Apr 12, 2005
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System Name Onus
Processor E8500 @ 3.95ghz ~1.25v
Motherboard ASUS P5E Deluxe
Cooling Scythe Orochi cpu, 5x 120mm Zalman red LED case fans, stock GPU coolers
Memory 8gb (4x2gb) G.Skill PC8000 5-5-5-15
Video Card(s) 2x ASUS 3870x2s
Storage 4x160gb RAID 0 Main, 2x 500gb RAID 0 media storage.
Display(s) LG W2600H
Case Lian Li PC-A70B, painted black and other modded aspects :)
Audio Device(s) HT Omega Striker. Klipsch RF-3II fronts, Yamaha NS-A222 rears, Klipsch RC-3II center, Klipsch SUB12
Power Supply Corsair CMPSU-750TX
Software Windows 7 Ultimate x64, lots of games, photoshop n stuff.
Oh my God, dust your CPU cooler!


wtf8269 said:
Oh my God, dust your CPU cooler!
If you dont feel comfortable removing your heatsink get a can of air and blow it clean (OUTSIDE) That should help a lot.
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Cooling Stock
Memory 4GB DDR2-SDRAM (DDR2-800, 2GBx2)
Video Card(s) ATI Mobility Radeon™ HD 3650 with 512MB vRAM (pitiful card)
Storage 320GB SATA Hard Disk Drive [7200 rpm]
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I agree. You definitely need to take an air duster (sometimes referred to as a gas duster) and dust out your CPU heatsink because all that dust acts as an insulator and can trap heat and really limit your cooling abilities. Removing all the dust should make your cpu cool down at least a little bit.



Yer i will clean it.... im not scared as i did buidl the thing but it is a matter of can i be bother. but thx's for looking


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Jul 16, 2005
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Processor Athlon 64 X2 3800+
Motherboard Biostar TForce 6100
Cooling Freezer 64 Pro
Memory 2GB G.skill DDR400
Video Card(s) 8800GTS
Storage 500GB Raid 0
Display(s) Sceptre 20.1inch wide 8ms
Case Ultra Aluminus
Audio Device(s) Audigy 2 value
Power Supply Seasonic 430w
When you clean the CPU cooler, just take out the four screws on the fan to remove the fan without taking off the heatsink. Then you can get at the fins while the heatsink is still attached to the motherboard.

BTW my friend has that CPU and he got 2.23Ghz without even raising the voltage yet.


I have cleaned it:):):)

i have added more picture's and they show you i have cleaned it :):):).and thank you for letting me know to clean it. :):)


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Mar 4, 2006
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Motherboard Asrock Z77 Extreme6
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Memory 2x4GB G.Skill Ripjaws @ 2133MHz 10-10-10-25 1N (T)
Video Card(s) HD7950 Vapor-X @ 1.25GHz 1.05v, 6GHz 1.5v
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Case NZXT Apollo
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messy as helland not very inventive, but i have a pretty colour mainboard so 7 :p
Oct 2, 2005
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Storage OCZ Vertex 3 120G, 1TB WD Black
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Power Supply Silverstone DA750
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hey chirs i have a similar mobo to the one u got its a gigabyte guessing by the color got the same heat sink mount and all anyway, was it just me or was that stock cpu heat sink and fan a pain in the ass to get on like requiring a lota force to flip the latch over


erm abit

Batou1986 said:
hey chirs i have a similar mobo to the one u got its a gigabyte guessing by the color got the same heat sink mount and all anyway, was it just me or was that stock cpu heat sink and fan a pain in the ass to get on like requiring a lota force to flip the latch over

It didn't take alot to put the latch down it is trying to hook the latch onto the mobo witch is a lil pain in the ass :):)
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Well i know its been a while since you put your system on here but i could not pass without voting for it i don't see how people can vote so low for your pc its nice spec, tidy, and does the job thats why i voted 10/10 although i think its more of a 7-8 just thourght you deserved a bit of cred for your hard work.
And to anyone who disagrees think of it like this. This lad is 14 and has built a system (ok may not be a super computer) but he did it. there are 30,40,50+ year old people who don't know how to switch one on!!! so come on guys in the true sprit of TECH POWER UP give the kid a brake.

ok im off now once again nice one mate pay no attention to people who bad mouth you do whats right for you. And just remember opinions are like arseholes everyone has one (and some times they stink! lol!!)

Take care :)


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I voted 1/10 because:

hmmm...i think you should get a new pc since that u ur so keen in to overclocking....anyway im happy to hear that u start from a very young age...man u ur only 14??