Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by John, Oct 6, 2009.
Was thinking about the same...
Finally got my hands on a camera for a bit.
I'm using the 775 holes on the board, that's why it looks twisted
I really do like that black pearl m8. Dont see many of them around really!
Well, I'm sorry I couldn't give you guys some CLEAN pics, this thing is hard to manage. I swear everytime I dust it out, it's dusty again in a week. It's a beauty when it's clean though ^^
Where do you keep your PC???!!
My pc is on the floor and picks up a lot of crap but even after 1 month mine is no where near that bad lol
On the floor in the basement. There is no carpeting though so this thing just sucks everything up. I guess at least it helps keep the floor clean >.<
@morbias, for some reason that case strikes me as really sexy. Nice rig man :thumbup:.
It is very easy to do SLI on a P45 (or other chipset). There is pretty much no failure for this to work unless your second PCI-Express slot has lanes from the southbridge.
There is a new SLI Patch method and you no longer have to use modded drivers. Please read this - Activating NVIDIA SLI on all motherboards, detailed HOW-TO
Updated 3D Mark Vantage Score & Pictures
P21579 3DMarks - http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dmv=2170495
My little helper
Hey Ross have you tried any other drivers besides the 197.45s? Im currently on the 197.57s and while games seems to look better, these drivers make vantage artifact and crash.
i like how the p55 clasifies has holes for both 1366 and 775 coolers. BUT! wouldnt that make it a bit weak on that spot? would hate to have the board crack between the cooler holes
Update: Finally got some benchmarks...
3dmark vantage: the first score is with phys on the second is with phys off. Quite a difference in CPU score.
i7 930 stock speeds
EVGA superclocked GTX260 + Palit Sonic GTX260, SLI @ 702/1515/1150 Core/shader/memory
New thread long overdue. Continue here: http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=321687