Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
Sale?!?! We want it free of charge
Hey, those are pure copper blocks man
Hey man, just noticed ure from CH, where at? My bro lives in the vicinity of Fribourg...
You can give them to him, and he will bring it to me LOLZ
Just kidding mate (about the wblocks, not about my bro)
Living at Schaffhausen. Iiiits quite a few miles from Fribourg away
my pc ATM
doing some cleaning
organised mess ftw
Got some new heatspreaders!!!! Thanks sneekypeet these things are kickass!
This was before i moved my res back internally to fix some kinks in tubing. Oh and dont mind the dusty 80MM you would be surprised how much it helps!
Lookin' sharp Shaun!
That fan made me extremely sick to my stomach.
I'm guessing smoking + dogs/cats?
Nah its just a really old fan as I smoke outside.
Ah, well I cleaned someones PC a month ago which did have smoke + dog hair + dust. Looked about the same colour
I only use it when clocking my ram anyways so its not in there 24/7
@ CP cheapest possible i could get as like $20/30 and that more than the res!
I hate uk!
I was gonna post new pics but I'm too lazy to reinstall Photoshop...
Give that 6300 a hellOC for me pal!At least 3,5GHz!!!!!!!!!!
man i want overclock my cpu to 3.2ghz lol but i dunno if my mobo can cope =/ or my psu
PSU is ok, dont have experience with 965 boards, but GB has some good overclocking potencial
Possible. I did it with the same RAM as you, I think on a P5Q-E. Needs a taf bit more volts and it works. Or should work
like the heatspreaders Shaun. any difference with performance, how does the ram feel when you touch them, much cooler?
I still remember the 965 hitting 500fsb on GB boards so 450 u have some chances.Give it a little more juice and the NB too and u might achive 3,2+.
Well i did with my 6300 on my previous GB p35 that is the 965 successor so why not u too?
Man that board was one of the best clockers in its day, just might need alittle extra cooling for thechipset and the mosfets but other than that your board should be able to take it to 3.2ghz
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