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350 is a lot to drop but! It’s better than 500+ :D

Haha not that helpful I know.. Everyone likes a new toy.. but I get what you are saying. If it were me.. I would be in the same boat as you. If you don’t pull the trigger now it will be later.. probably closer to Christmas and you don’t want to do that.. if you do it now, you feel the sting for a couple of weeks and then it’s done :) Getting me to spend money on computer stuff since we had kids is like trying to pull teeth.. but once I got back into it I took things too far as usual :rolleyes:


I look forward to reading your review :)
 
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Yes sir, for a couple of reasons, first being age.. they do work, but when they spin down they are a lot stiffer than my other fans. One also has a low frequency rumble @ 12v, so tick tock there.
Don't throw them away, service them. Re-oil/re-grease them. It's really not difficult, even with Noctua fans..
 
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I need Legos to support the front part of the gpu because the IO cover is actually pushing the back side of the gpu down and bending the card

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Heh cool. The colour options are endless! - Do you have white/grey or black bricks to match the rest of the build. It’d finish the look off nicely.
 

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Heh cool. The colour options are endless! - Do you have white/grey or black bricks to match the rest of the build. It’d finish the look off nicely.
I may, but not enough to complete the look
 
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Don't throw them away, service them. Re-oil/re-grease them. It's really not difficult, even with Noctua fans..

I had one out today for a looksy.. it really didn't look bad. I will try to see if I can take it apart for a good cleaning. I bet the armature is a bit gunky.. I used to smoke ciggies beside it for years..
 
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I had one out today for a looksy.. it really didn't look bad. I will try to see if I can take it apart for a good cleaning.
Should be easy to clean. Noctua fan blades slip off the motor hub, but you need to be gentle with them. Once off the motor can be cleaned and re-lubed.
 
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I have noticed overall increase in snappiness going from 2TB SSD to 1Tb Crucial P5 1TB NVME... like even when I install games in Steam (multiple games at a time), the SSD was noticeably slower at the allocation time. I mean don't get me wrong, it's not a big deal really and it's not much faster, but it is noticeable in real time, which I was not expecting.

Interesting indeed. This is the best $85 I have spent in awhile.
 

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Always tinkering. I have only recently gotten into the PC World about 1 1/2-2 years ago. But when I did I dove head first and have only come up for air because I had to still live in the real world. I originally bought a prebuilt and I keep it together maybe 4 or 5 months, just long enough for me to start to understand anything about overclocking and that was it. I have had my rig torn down completely at least 10 time changing any and everything. I Love It!!!
 

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Nothing new on my main rig, but my X58 rig is now ready and running. Yeah, the case has seen better days (missing PSU mounting plate and front fan attachment), but as I got it for free and it has solid side panel, it's fine. Also the board has few bent pins so the two memory slots on middle has problems, got that R3E as a freebie as well because of that.



At least it seems to run fine (CPU 3.8GHz/1.28V), even with that small cooler from an old server.
 
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Nothing new on my main rig, but my X58 rig is now ready and running. Yeah, the case has seen better days (missing PSU mounting plate and front fan attachment), but as I got it for free and it has solid side panel, it's fine. Also the board has few bent pins so the two memory slots on middle has problems, got that R3E as a freebie as well because of that.



At least it seems to run fine (CPU 3.8GHz/1.28V), even with that small cooler from an old server.
Have fun with it. I just last month retired my own X58 system. Do to a new build and X58 just cut not keep up for needs any more.
 

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Have fun with it. I just last month retired my own X58 system. Do to a new build and X58 just cut not keep up for needs any more.
That is fine as it serves as a HTPC. I may get more RAM and a 6-core Xeon though as they OC better and run cooler. :)

edit: Also as I haven't got a X58 system in 6½ years so it's nice to have one once again. :toast:
 
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Nothing new on my main rig, but my X58 rig is now ready and running. Yeah, the case has seen better days (missing PSU mounting plate and front fan attachment), but as I got it for free and it has solid side panel, it's fine. Also the board has few bent pins so the two memory slots on middle has problems, got that R3E as a freebie as well because of that.
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At least it seems to run fine (CPU 3.8GHz/1.28V), even with that small cooler from an old server.
I used two of those gpu's many many years ago. Although mine seem bigger (HD7970's), which one is that?

edit: nvrmind, saw your sig
 
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That is fine as it serves as a HTPC. I may get more RAM and a 6-core Xeon though as they OC better and run cooler. :)
My system was my main rig. But a htpc, yeah that shut work. Just being mind. When overclock, X58 is power hungry and needs good cooling. A 6 core xeon with proper cooling, can be good for 4 4 ghz to 4.6 ghz all core oc.

My own i7 980x ran 4.4 ghz all core at 1.43 volts. Needed a Noctua NH-D14 to keep temp below 80 degrees Celsius. But a xeon might be easier to cool.
 

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I used to of those gpu's many many years ago. Although mine seem bigger (HD7970's), which one is that?
Asus HD 7970 Matrix with a Matrix Platinum bios. Got it with 30EUR + postage.

My system was my main rig. But a htpc, yeah that shut work. Just being mind. When overclock, X58 is power hungry and needs good cooling. A 6 core xeon with proper cooling, can be good for 4 4 ghz to 4.6 ghz all core oc.

My own i7 980x ran 4.4 ghz all core at 1.43 volts. Needed a Noctua NH-D14 to keep temp below 80 degrees Celsius. But a xeon might be easier to cool.
CPU was 92C max in 3DMark so it's passable. I'll get a better cooler later but this temporary one does its job fine.
 
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Asus HD 7970 Matrix with a Matrix Platinum bios. Got it with 30EUR + postage.


CPU was 92C max in 3DMark so it's passable. I'll get a better cooler later but this temporary one does its job fine.
Oof 92C is to hot. Thermal throttle happens at 101C if I remember correctly. That's throttle point for i7 980x at least.

A cpu shut not be running above 80C in my book. Specially not for long durations.

The hotter electronic runs, the shorter its life span will be. Also, the hotter a cpu runs, the more unstable it can be when overclock.

I Will recommend replacing cpu cooler as fast as possible or waiting with overclock until you have a proper cooler.

92C will shorten the cpu lifetime.
 

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Oof 92C is to hot. Thermal throttle happens at 101C if I remember correctly. That's throttle point for i7 980x at least.

A cpu shut not be running above 80C in my book. Specially not for long durations.

The hotter electronic runs, the shorter its life span will be. Also, the hotter a cpu runs, the more unstable it can be when overclock.

I Will recommend replacing cpu cooler as fast as possible or waiting with overclock until you have a proper cooler.

92C will shorten the cpu lifetime.
98C is tjmax with it. And possible damage for it doesn't matter as i7 920s are something which are given as a freebie or you can get one with few Euros. I'll get a better cooler when I have cash for one.

Anyway the CPU will be replaced with a Xeon as well soon.
 
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98C is tjmax with it. And possible damage for it doesn't matter as i7 920s are something which are given as a freebie or you can get one with few Euros. I'll get a better cooler when I have cash for one.

Anyway the CPU will be replaced with a Xeon as well soon.
Alright.
 
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Finally done now!

Changed the CPU Covers, and got CableMod cables (replacement kit).

Really happy with how this looks :)

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