Discussion in 'TechPowerUp Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
Nice clocks, too bad about the crappy LN2 IMC though.
Just bought "4300+ tested" retail 4770K, no time for binning cpu nowadays. Lol
New monitor arrived today
Also some new coolers have found there way to my test bench and will be coming in the near future.
I love boxes
I would have taken a picture of the monitor but it doesnt look special lol that and i was to busy after that opening it up and setting up to give a crap about taking more photos lol. Just figured I would share soon the new rig will be put together and Ill take photos of that.
I want to know how well those fans work.
I guess we all get to find out once I start working on that particular product review. It will be a little while tho got 3 coolers ahead of the Prolimatech
I'm a very patient man so I'll wait for the fans to be reviewed
Part of my memory collection :
Adata 2800 mfr kit:
Pre-binned Corsair 2666Cl10 ( I have 2 additional dimms)
And the new Enermax Platimax 1350 W which looks awesome
oh and here is the memory frequency validation on air with the Adata kit:
Perfectly fine with me. I have no need of that information right now. When they were announced a few months ago I have wondered how they actually performed because the paper specs looks a little too good.
well I can tell you the similar fan from Raijintek used on the Ereboss is alot better than people give it credit for as I could easily feel the air pushing through the rather large heatsink.
So i would wager a guess these should be slightly better due to extra width = thicker blade
I was taking a picture of some LED fans preparing them for sale and I thought this one turned out exceptionally well. I needed something new for my avatar so I thought it would work well.
Unboxing EK Crosshair V Formula-Z Waterblock:
New vs. Old (check NB area on Old block how the heat changed nickel color)
they also fixed the NB Die Area Issue which lead to shortcuts
i makes easy connector for a mod. it reduce all connectors i.e. fans lights to one single one.
I do that as well but usually from molex connectors to 3pin plugs
this ones supposed to make love with the COSMOS IIs onboard controller.
Pics or it didn't happen.
he said 'supposed to'
im guessing inbreeding didn't happen!
i only have the side panel, the case is 1000km away. the male 12pins you see will plug into a female header on the side panel. and the other bits connect to the ends of the controller.
the 12pin female on the side panel will then go into the PWM fans and LEDs.
so when taking the panel off, just disconnect the 12pin.
Nanoxia Deep Silence 1 arrived today. I can't build in it yet but a few pictures will be forth coming once I finish a page or two of the review I am working on gotta say the Air Chimney thing is a pretty sweet idea.
I sat there for 10 minutes sliding it up and down like a retarded ginger kid with no soul. Well until the ding of the oven and the smell of dinner which broke me from my stupor
EVGA motherboard finally in-house for testing!
looks like EVGA finally uses Intel ethernet, but they don't wanna say if it's V or what version, i hope u will write in ur review Dave
EVGA writes: 1 x 10/100/1000 (Intel i217)
Nanoxia Deep Silence 1
One of the reasons I bought the case super easy to access and clean fan filters.
Other than a few of my grubby finger prints I need to remove all the parts are here now just need to find time.....
Something different nice
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