Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
how does that help?
Probably by reducing the competing manufacturers (if there are 8 and all joined in 2s there's essentially 4 competitors), while at the same time splitting manufacturing/component purchasing costs. In simple, everyone's happy to have a fair share of the market.
Poor heavy duty bastards are having some time off now.
i wanna touch it
That's what she said...
And damn hot.
I'm pulling 250 watts through the 8-pin @ 4.4 GHz.
Just working on voltage and clock scaling so I can get started on board reviews. 2400 MHz ram is easy-peasy!
how hot is it @ that speed?
82c max in LinX. Using a Noctua NH-C14.
My CPU doesn't exactly seem to be very good, looking at others that have been reported on the net. I don't need a killer CPU for board reviews, anyway.
Sweet! Now we can see some X79 motherboard reviews from ya
Yep. Been working at it all day. Just stopped to swap out boards and have a bite to eat. Lots of flexibility in the CPUs, for sure.
Please tell me you've gotten your hands on a Gigabyte X79 UD7. That is one smexy beast.
Nope, sry, UD5.
i know you got a ECS
I'll forgive you if you buy me one
Looking forward to the reviews, man! TBH, I wanted to review motherboards for TPU, and ended up way overwhelmed trying to do smaller items while still in school. Got a lot of respect for the time and effort that it takes
thats what she said
Let's bump this
Looks very similar to the Deluxe I got. We'll have to compare overclocking.
LOL that chip says "TPU". And the power button near it resembles the TPU logo of course.
Nice pics and excellent upgrade
Which one is the 3960X?
The one on the left (i.e. the bigger one).
You have it backwards
A little OffTopic... Just trying out my new camera Fuji FinePix S2750HD...
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