- Oct 30, 2009
- 1,362 (0.35/day)
|System Name||Beast, little beast|
|Processor||Core i7 2600K 4.5GHZ 24/7, Core i7 Xeon6 core 3.6GHZ 24/7|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte Z68X-UD4-B3 1155Sckt, EVGA X58 sckt 1366|
|Memory||24 gigs DDR3 1600Mhz Gskill RipJaws,12 gigs DDR3 1600Mhz Gskill Ripjaws|
|Video Card(s)||1 Nvidia 670 eVGA FTW, 1 Nvidia 580 eVGA|
|Storage||1- WD Black 640GB, 1X Samsung 1.5TB, 2 X 160 WD Veloc Raptors Raided|
|Display(s)||Hanns-G 28" 1920X1200, Acer 24" 1920X1200|
|Case||rig#1 Dismatech test bench, rig#2 Made By Bill Tech Bench|
|Power Supply||Antec 1000 Watt, PC power&cooling 850 watt|
|Software||both Rig's, Win7 64Bit|
|Benchmark Scores||rig #1 4.8GHZ @ 1.375 Volts. running 4.5GHZ 1.272 Volts 24/7. Rig #2 4.6GHZ @ 1.3 Volts 24/7.|
How many days did he have it before this happened?Oh, wow....not a good day today. The guy I sold the i7 920 / EVGA x58 combo to just PM'ed me saying the motherboard is in a terrible condition and there's a smoking smell coming from it.
Up until ten min before I shipped it to him, I had it folding for me. I don't know what happened. Possibly some charge left on the capacitors (it was in anti-static though)? Maybe an OC'ing attempt gone wrong by him?
That just suxs xbonez.
It could have very well been his fault not yours or the motherboards.Maybe an OC'ing attempt gone wrong by him?