-=The Guru of 3D rig gallery rev.2 Part 8=-

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by John, May 14, 2010.

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  1. killer_939

    killer_939 Ancient Guru

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    Please don't quote all the pics.
     
  2. Pzykotik

    Pzykotik Ancient Guru

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    @ dave5000: What case is that!?
     
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    xDDDD Gracias mi hmno!

    @Pzykotik: its a raidmax samurai like case, with the inside painted fat black!
     
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  5. ElementalDragon

    ElementalDragon Ancient Guru

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    OMG a P4 Northy user!!! Dude... i'm surprised you're running that thing at 3.2 with the stock cooler. I almost miss my northwood. Contrary to the possible belief, they were fantastic overclockers.
     
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    Yes they are. The best P4 overclocking cores if you ask me. Even though they werent near as "good" as the Prescotts in terms of performance, the fact that they could run a much higher voltage, and take it, and even at 1.7v they can still run alot cooler than an equal Prescott.

    I just ran Orthos too, 5 hours stable with HT enabled:

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    Its stable at 3.2ghz with the HT disabled, but I saw that in most apps and games it didnt perform near as well. So HT does have somewhat of a use afterall.

    PS: Just ordered a P4 Prescott 3.2ghz/1MB L2 for my board, $16 couldnt pass it up. Ill see how that overclocks.

    And yup, this was done on stock cooling room temp at 70F. :) Im proud of my Northwood.

    And youll also notice thats on stock voltage. :cool: .

    Although I believe most Northwoods had a wall of just under 4Ghz. I believe it was the prescott that was one of the first cpus to pass 4Ghz. And well pass it. I believe there was even a prescott that they had up to 7Ghz using liquid nitrogen cooling or something.
     
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  7. Cartman372

    Cartman372 Maha Guru

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    Well I spent the better part of 6 hours last night cleaning and re-wiring the Xaser.

    Yes I took my time, oh and cleaning fans takes forever :bang:

    Anyway, before I get to the pics of the recent cleaning and wiring, here's some older pics of how it's come along over the past 3 years.

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    Original wiring job; June-2008

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    Slightly updated; July-2008

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    Then nothing really changed from then till now;

    February-2011

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    Great place to hide the cables when you don't have a modular PSU
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  8. Omagana

    Omagana Ancient Guru

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    Picked up a side monitor.

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    love them side monitors , I have my dell for the same use... helps alot when the main is larger sized.. :)
    I after a year of not knowing what to do with my dell , figured I could do this... clumsy I am..

    excuse the crappy iphone picture , I'll probably post full pictures when I get my new camera.. and I hope that happens soon.
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    motherboard not really big enough for the card, sata connectors are under the card, with 3 harddrive, 2 sata connections fit, will have to switch cable between backup drives

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  12. wiggleypoo

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    my latest and greatest a budget gaming rig

    next updates another 5770 and 4gb moar ram

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    here is a vid in HD please i know the music i get ripped on alot for liking basshunter but i cannot deny my love of his work


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zy0z7f5AFiw
     
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    Look what arrived today :D

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    Ok... these may be two dumb questions but A) what's with the two 4-pin molex connectors by the expansion slots, and B) Why did they seem to replace an expansion slot with a molex connector? Lol.
     
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    I might be wrong but it might be to supply more power to the expansion slots. Kinda like that evga thing they came out with not too long ago...
     

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    Yep, that exactly what it's for. Lots of high end boards have used it for along time. I remember my DFI NF4 board had one. Didn't notice the moles at the bottom until the board arrived. I'm assuming there are two as one feeds the NF200 slots, and the other one the native slots.
     
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    nascasho - more pics!

    Wiggly - where is that tube in the back going to?
     
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    fulmtl: if i had to guess, i'd say possibly an air conditioning unit? Don't see a fan there, and even if there was, couldn't imagine a duct like that being of much use in that way.
     
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    its alot quieter then it looks
     
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    ^That has a really nice look to it, what colour cathode you using? I kinda looks blue but I'm not sure, very pale
     
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