Discussion in 'TechPowerUp Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
One close shoot of GTX 780
EDIT: boosts to 1084mhz stock (factory oc 940 > 988mhz), not bad
Got a new classy block!.
Awww yeahh look at all that hot hardware...
(Sorry saw the vCenter post a few pages back, figured I would flex one of our many clusters)
For the team - techPowerUp! hwbot team! No way in hell am i letting the team fade out like before!
A little bit of radiators
Comparison of the Swiftech MCR420-QP and Alphacool UT60, both quads
Alphacool on the bottom
What's that a 10 fpi rad matt?
You got a 900D... install them all!
That is correct sir, and it's a goodin. Running 4 SP120 Quiet fans with resistors so they're extra quiet.
today I had a thought about trying to squeeze more in.
Let me know if you end up selling any of them
damn thats enough to cool a lot of work units
Will do. Currently I'm using the 2 quads: UT60 up top and the MCR420 on the bottom.
That's it exactly.
A few GPU pics
A decent TIM by XFX relative to the others I've had before.
And my signature shot
It was tough on this one to get a good shot of TPU because the monitor in the reflection is my POS Acer, and usually it's the better monitor in the reflection.
From a PC i'm building for a friend
Spoiler: Rest of the system
Asrock Z97 Pro4
Seagate 500GB SSHD
EVGA GTX 750 Ti
Tt Smart SE 630w
CM Hyper T4
Bitfenix Shinobi Window
Man i suck at Cable management
just bought A4 x7 mouse
from first impression, its a good mouse especially all i need is better handling
Just waiting on CPUs
So I re-pasted my 770 with some Prolimatech PK-3 just cause (it ended up having a huge glob of the stock paste) and took some photos while I had the cooler off. I need to go run around in Crysis 3 later to see if it lowered the temps any. Couldn't decide which photo I liked more so you guys get to see both . Had a green microfiber cloth in front of the light to get the glow.
Edit : So after running Crysis 3 for a half hour with the fan speed locked at 84% same as before the repaste the card only hit 72c instead of 80c. To stress the card everything was maxed except for AA and the resolution was 2560x1440.
EVGA by MPhotos07, on Flickr
NVIDIA by MPhotos07, on Flickr
Completed the review of the Asus J1800I-C. Request you all to take a look and reply with your valuable feedback.
last week i got a second-handed WD Red 4TB drive home, and last weekend i mounted it for a day or two in my Bitfenix Prodigy to move some data around bcs i needed more space and while i was waiting on my Orico USB3.0 enclosure for 1x3,5" drive.
Orico.com.cn Link: http://www.orico.com.cn/NewsInfo.aspx?id=1005&type=producttest
mine is the Orico 3588US3-BK enclosure:
this is hard plastic enclosure, and it cost $18,99 + $4.00 for shipping to DK.
Ebay Link: ORICO 3.5" SATA HDD Hard Drive Docking Station Enclosure USB 3.0 Interface Black (Ebay.com)
Case with EU wall-adapter and USB 3.0 cable (feels a little thicker then normal usb cables):
My Second-handed WD Red 4TB drives with warranty until 4/9/2017:
i ran CrystalDiskMark twice and got these results with the drive in the Orico USB3.0 enclosure:
here is a test with the drive connected to SATA-3 on my MSI Z87I Gaming AC board with Intel Z87 chipset:
as you can see the Orico USB 3.0 enclosure is actually fast then onboard SATA-3 on my board which surprised me a little ^^
New mouse! A bit bigger than my Logitech G400 but now my ring and pinky fingers get to rest on the mouse rather than cling onto the side.
Func MS-3^2 by MPhotos07, on Flickr
Looks nice but too small for me... haven't found a mouse to fit my hand since the Logitech Mouseman Wheel
Love the look. The only gripe I've got with it is that the lower thumb button takes more pressure to click so I have it set as the profile swap instead of the button next to the right mouse click.
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