Blue Dream

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July 2nd 2006
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Key Features:
Intel CPU NVIDIA Graphics
System Specs:
  • Asus P5ND2-SLI
  • Intel Pentium D-805 @667
  • Thermaltake Blue Orb II
  • A-Data DDR2 667-2GB
  • Leadtek PX7900 GT TDH 256MB 450/1320
  • Maxtor 6V300F0 Sata II 300Gb 16M
  • LG GSA-4163B
  • Antec Lanboy
  • Enermax Liberty 500W
  • Samsung 172v
  • Xtensions Optical Office Mouse
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24 Comments on Blue Dream

#1
Azn Tr14dZ
nice job, even though the wires are showing, it adds a nice look to your case. Btw, what speed is that Pentium D 805 running at? You only put @667.
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#2
drade
Nice Job I like alot, You Can Hide those Wires Though! 8/10
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#3
Azn Tr14dZ
But the wires look really nice showing, the UV light brings it out a lot.
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#4
Tatty_One
Senior Moder@tor
Keep the wires, they add to the effect....9/10 (noones a perfect 10!) ....well apart from Maybe Kate Beckinsdale.
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#6
giorgos th.
of course keep the cables.they dont cause an trouble the way thet are an they are beautiful as a + to the project.8/10
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#7
technicks
Hi there.

Very nice job. Nice and clean. I realy like the colors.
Nice sleeve job. Get´s a 9 from me.

How does the Zalman VF900 work? Does it keeps your 7900 gt much cooler?
Keep up the good work

Technicks
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#8
GumisPeter
Azn Tr14dZ
nice job, even though the wires are showing, it adds a nice look to your case. Btw, what speed is that Pentium D 805 running at? You only put @667.
Thanks for everything, if you liked my work. Proceser goes on 3,34gh, on 667 1:1 cpu/memory.
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#9
GumisPeter
technicks
Hi there.

Very nice job. Nice and clean. I realy like the colors.
Nice sleeve job. Get´s a 9 from me.

How does the Zalman VF900 work? Does it keeps your 7900 gt much cooler?
Keep up the good work

Technicks
Thanks for everything! The Zalman VF900 its cools down more than 10'C, its much better!
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#10
xylomn
A very nice job and the wires add very nicely to the look. 9/10
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#11
rpg711
GumisPeter

Specs:
Asus P5ND2-SLI
Intel Pentium D-805 @667
Thermaltake Blue Orb II
A-Data DDR2 667-2GB
Leadtek PX7900 GT TDH 256MB 450/1320
Maxtor 6V300F0 Sata II 300Gb 16M
LG GSA-4163B
Antec Lanboy
Enermax Liberty 500W
Samsung 172v
Xtensions Optical Office Mouse
woooo go Thermaltake Orb II series!!! i have the golden orb II that looks cooler than blu orb II lol
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#12
sebracer
You build a very clean and balanced rig. nice job.

8/10
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#13
Azn Tr14dZ
rpg711
woooo go Thermaltake Orb II series!!! i have the golden orb II that looks cooler than blu orb II lol
It's an opinion...
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#15
volgaa
hi I got the same motherboard. I am thinking of buying blue orb II. The only question on my mind is that whether I may have any trouble placing that cooler in my case. I understand that the case is Antec LANBOY Mini-tower Aluminum. I am gonna compare the dimensions with my own case. I have Asus TA 581. I hope I can fit it in.
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#16
rpg711
it'll fit... but it says u have 0 posts lol thats weird
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#17
volgaa
just a newbie. while strolling around I just came across your post and god knows I am thankful to you.
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#18
volgaa
I got a p4 3.0 prescott 2*512 kingston ddr2-533 ram 250gb samsung hdd 256 mb asus eax pro 1300td and so on. When I first got it it used to idle 30c but now 40c so now I am obsessed with that blue orb thing. you helped me a lot. thanks again
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#19
Unregistered
That 805 needs pumping up to 3.8ghz - they fly once they are there... Just use a divider on the memory to get some nice bandwidth...
#20
rpg711
or if u have the ocz gold series try to put to 1:1 and just raise the timings
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#21
volgaa
hi me again! one of my friends told me of a local retail store where I can find arctic cooler 7 pro at the same price of blue orb 2. You know size and weight does matter.I am not sure whether I am ready to sacrifice my empty ram slots for that blue stuff. There is a great deal of difference in terms of performance but I may also think of a ram upgrade (from 1 to 2 gbs) but on one of the sites I came across a test that revealed in case of a ram upgrade overall performance is enhanced solely at a rate of 1.5 %.In a way I am stuck! got any idea about that arctic cooler pro 7?
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#22
rpg711
ok, the only reason ur going to get better cooling is for overclocking, and the only way u can overclock is if u have sturdy ram, i reccommend u get mushkin or ocz ddr2 ram as those 2 brands are good. the acf 7 is 20$ on newegg with free shipping this is where it is but dont get it if ur not overclocking because theres no reason in getting quality coolers unless ur going to overclock...
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#23
volgaa
thanks so there is no harm if I keep using the stock fan. I was a bit fussy about it. this q fan thing then does help with only spending less power. when I get back home from work I sometimes become trendy- looking for new parts and devices for upgrade. By the way I havent had any difficulties with titan quest but most ppl say they have had lock-ups.
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#24
rpg711
if ur idle temps are 50-55, its fine and if ur load is 60-70 its fine... any higher will need a 3rd party cooler
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