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#76
ooooooooo shiny

well, i couldn't be bothered opening up my case, so here's a close up of a random card I had lying around, took me about 20 minutes to get this shot:

 

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Front of my 9800 GTX


Back of the same


Super old Creative Labs Live!


Corsair XMS2 DDR2 800, running at 1000 MHz 4-4-4-12


Zalman CNPS 9500 AM2...super dusty
 

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Ha, I know man. I just ran out of the stuff. I agree with the comment about the 9800 though.
 

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Ha, I know man. I just ran out of the stuff. I agree with the comment about the 9800 though.


There ya go, I always keep it handy. :)
 

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Yeah yeah yeah I get it my cooler is dusty!!
 

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I'm just messing with ya bud. :p
 

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Ha I know. The stuff in my room isn't too dusty..I think all the dust that's made in here gets sucked right onto that fan lol
 

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yeah, surprised my computer is not that dusty at all, but then again the filter on my front intake fan get covered with dust, but I try and clean it about once a month or so.
 

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Wow, if I waited a month to clean mine it probably wouldn't function by then
 

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Ha well it odd because the top of my case where my rad is gets dusty really fast!
 

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I wish I had a RAD to get dusty :(

On a side note..I didn't think the pics would turn out as well as they did. My camera is kind of old.
 
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mmm

Just ordered a second pair for $50. I like them.
 

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Awesome picture!
 
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And a old one.



 
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Wish id have kept my tracers. Or atleast bought some reapers, these vipers top out at like 1100Mhz :(
 
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Why complain if you can reach 1100Mhz?:confused:
These Reapers won't go higher then 1050Mhz. (6400) Not D9's.:ohwell:
But they look cool and the price is also good.
These days you gotta search for D9's. Some brands use up to three different chip manufactures on 1 type of ram.:slap:
 

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I'm curious as to what chips are on my RAM. I can get 1000 MHz with no change in timings or voltage.
 
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Seems to be ProMOS. Are they any good?
 

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Seems to be ProMOS. Are they any good?
you checked by revision?

Also Promos isnt the best, but you are already 200MHz over stock, so it isnt all that bad either!
 

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Yeah I checked the revision. At first I just saw a set similar that had D9's and I got excited..but upon further inspection I have ProMOS.
And yeah, I was a bit impressed with how easily they went up to 1000 MHz. Haven't really tried any higher cause my board doesn't have too many memory options.
 

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Yeah I checked the revision. At first I just saw a set similar that had D9's and I got excited..but upon further inspection I have ProMOS.
And yeah, I was a bit impressed with how easily they went up to 1000 MHz. Haven't really tried any higher cause my board doesn't have too many memory options.
Promos do really well on low voltages, with tight timings but lower mhz. They do not scale with voltage too well.