-=The Guru of 3D rig gallery rev.2 Part 4=-

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by John, Sep 1, 2008.

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  1. vbetts

    vbetts Don Vincenzo Staff Member

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    Not green enough my friend! Only the Hulk is green enough!
     
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    Tat3 Ancient Guru

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    Hulk is just Cheap copy of Jen-Hsun Huang. :D

    @ elite.ire, very nice, love Green.
     
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    twtaylor Ancient Guru

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    You can move it to the other PCIe 16x slot though, it won't work at all in a PCI slot.
     
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    VGR Member Guru

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    I know it doens't work in a pci slot LOL :nerd:
    But I don't know if it works in that pci-e 16x slot, I'am affraid that both pci-e 16x slots go into 8x mode. That isn't of good influence op the preformance of the graphicscard eighter. I could try it off caurse, and I will.
     

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    (IRE)Wolfman Ancient Guru

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    Looking good!:D
     
  6. elite.ire

    elite.ire New Member

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    lol, cheers m8, a fellow irish man i see :D
     
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    not yet :)

    Green is a nice color :)
     
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    twtaylor Ancient Guru

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    Same thing with mine so I pulled the grill from the bottom and installed it there. It's not like 8800GTs get hot or anything....:grin:
     
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    (IRE)Wolfman Ancient Guru

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    Looks like more time wasted, my board is dead!
     
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    TirolokoRD Ancient Guru

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    What happened?
     

  11. Infiniti3D

    Infiniti3D Master Guru

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    That sucks man! I guess it didn't worked at all after installing the watercooling? I killed two mobo's after trying to install watercooling with MCP/SSP and mosfets. After finishing both a 680i and 780i were dead and never worked again.
     
  12. (IRE)Wolfman

    (IRE)Wolfman Ancient Guru

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    1st time i powered up the board, it was a rma'd board

    Looks like both the NB and SB are damaged. An edge on both of them have worn off. Looks like i'm going to have to buy a new board. Dont think it will rma seen as its like that.

    And if i get a new board it will be a P35(So i can get a E8600 later on) or something. Which will most likely mean no WC on the NB, SB(they wont fit) or the mosfets just the CPU and GPU.
     
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  13. John

    John Ancient Guru

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    Atleast go P45; the P35 is obsolete now.
     
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    vbetts Don Vincenzo Staff Member

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    Oh yeah. Getting a P45 instead of a P35 is a better move. My p45 works pretty good.
     
  15. JDM_WAAAT

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    love my p45.
     

  16. Paladinchan

    Paladinchan Ancient Guru

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    is the P45 still an overclocker like the P35 is.. reason for me still having one
     
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    weston Ancient Guru

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    a little better, but pretty much the same. The biggest difference is two full bandwidth pci-express 2.0 slots for crossfire, and they are very close in price too.
     
  18. ottoyu34

    ottoyu34 Master Guru

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    It would be two 8X pci-express 2.0 slots

    I would go X48 if CF
     
  19. John

    John Ancient Guru

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    Plus better memory performance. It's not worth upgrading from P35 to P45 purely from a performance standpoint, though. I upgraded because my P35 board was acting flakey.
     
  20. VGR

    VGR Member Guru

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    I found a sort of solution for the GPU fan meets X-Fi crysis :nerd:
    A small block of foam, cut out of the foam that the Graphicscard came in, and I used skrews to fasten both the cards better.
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    edit: don't mind the dust :bigsmile:
     
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