- Mar 1, 2010
- 3,565 (1.24/day)
- By the Channel Tunnel, Kent, England
|Processor||Phenom II 1055t @ 3.3GHz; 300x11; 1.380v; NB 2700; HT 2400|
|Motherboard||ASUS Crosshair IV Formula (2002 BIOS)|
|Cooling||Thermalright TRUE 120 Black + 2 Xilence Red Wing PWM 120mm (push/pull) + polycarbonate fan holders|
|Memory||8GB GeIL Ultra 2133MHZ C9 running at 1600MHz @ 7-7-7-21 1T 1.5v|
|Video Card(s)||MSI Twin Frozr II GTX470 @ Stock w/CPU fan cable-tied on, as one of the GPU fans broke.|
|Storage||60GB OCZ Agility3 (OS);500GB WDC Grn; 1x1TB WDC Blk (Backup)|
|Case||Silverstone Raven 2 (all cables custom sleeved with velcro mod on side panel...)|
|Audio Device(s)||X-Fi (Onboard) + Harmon Kardon HK6100 amp powering JVC HA-RX700's with Zalman mic|
|Power Supply||Corsair HX650W|
|Software||Win7 Pro x64|
|Benchmark Scores||No benchies so making this space useful! Corsair M90, Logitech G19. Phobya FlexLight LED's (gawjus)|
The point here is you're suggesting him a Gigabyte board just because his P45 is Gigabyte. You're the one that needs to give reasoning behind your suggestion. All my suggestions are cheaper than their Gigabyte equivalents while offering more slots/better VRM, BIOS and so on. Get real.
John, I've been seeing a lot of your posts round here recently and I've got to say: Please keep your opinions as your opinions; and stop forcing them down everyone's throat. You are obviously very knowledgable and will be a credit to TPU, but come on man, an opinion is just an opinion. Calm down a bit!
I don't want to derail the thread more than it already has been so that's all I'm saying.