-=The Guru of 3D rig gallery rev.2 Part 6=-

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by John, Jul 16, 2009.

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  1. John

    John Ancient Guru

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    2000 posts... let's make a fresh start again.

    Previous threads can be found here:


     
  2. .:JeeBus:.

    .:JeeBus:. Master Guru

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    Yipee First Post.
    Anyways, I was wondering if my psu can support a gtx 295 (Single PCB)
     
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    Don't see why not Jeebus (and thats really a gfx card question :p)
     
  4. DSK

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    Yes it can.
     

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    Its from when I first got the case back in November. You can see my old Chieftec Dragon in the background and how its all gutted. I'd post the inside pic, but uh well, its all different inside now. I'll post some more of the internals once I clean it out and rearrange the wires again. Suffice to say, the wires in this pic are a lot different now.. plus, no more stock cooler. :p I just figured I'd be the first to post an actual case. ;) More to come though, real soon.

    Oh, and yes, I had left the plastic on the window because I didn't want it scratched while I had to drive it back to my apartment. I had the new case shipped to my parent's house, just an hour away, because I didn't trust the people at my old complex to handle anything valuable of mine.
     
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    New motherboard and cpu. The 710 stays surprisingly cool, considering how puny the stock heatsink is. Under prime 95 it stays at around 50c. Did the best I could with cable management, but my case kinda sucks, and does not make it easy.
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    I'm probably going to sell my old motherboard and cpu and get a 4770 or 4850.

    Here's my entire setup and work desk:

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  8. must_kill_ati

    must_kill_ati Maha Guru

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    ^^ Looks like pretty nice cable management there...could a small child use the inside of that case for a good hide-n-seek spot, or what?
     
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    bp9801: (referring to the end of the last thread) yeah.... i was thinking the same exact thing.

    masterchief: Don't remember milk being a recommended coolant. Kinda looks like it's several months past it's expiration. lol
     
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    I'm making some mods to my 900 so..

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  11. Finny

    Finny Maha Guru

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    Let it be. Your temps will never be better. :)
     
  12. JohanSCHR

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    No, i had 2 320MB's. Together they might outrun a HD4770, but alone i think the 4770 would destroy it. And since CS:S and so on doesn't really use SLI, i figured i just went ahead for a single configuration. :)
    Plus, the HD4770 should be way more friendly to my PSU. Since it is not as power demanding.
     
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  14. Jonny Manc

    Jonny Manc Ancient Guru

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    Are they not the same pics as in pt5 nascasho??

    Still....a mighty sweet looking piece of kit :D
     
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    nascasho Master Guru

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    Yeah, just thought I'd re-populate the new thread.
     

  16. .:JeeBus:.

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    @ nascasho
    for your six and 24 pin cables, did you use the murderMod kit to re-sleeve your cables?
     
  17. nascasho

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    I wish, at the time they were sold out. These are Techflex PET offered on Performance-PCs.com. I'm planning on re-doing everything to red soon w/ red MDCP-X sleeves. It'll be a project...
     
  18. hallryu

    hallryu Don Altobello

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    Just ordered one of these!

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    Haha at first i thought there was no need really to twist it but after some testing it makes huge difference to me at least to have it properly on place, over 5c difference in temps.
     
  20. John

    John Ancient Guru

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    When you take into consideration that the GTZ is heavily bowed (just try to put something completely flat on it and see for yourself), it shouldn't really come as a surprise that temperatures will vary as you twist the block. :)
     
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