-=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. rameez

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    wonderful rigs over here ... time to share mine.... i hope u guys like it..
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  2. YuKsS

    YuKsS Maha Guru

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    omg Rameez


    here my Ek gbackplate installed

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  3. alainneedle1

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    Here is mine, nothing fancy....just a good overclock...

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  4. ElementalDragon

    ElementalDragon Ancient Guru

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    Kinda much to spend on that SSD..... Granted it does have some insane read/write speeds... you could have probably gotten similar or better by waiting a short time until more SATA3 SSD's are available and going with a RAID array, and spent well under $1,000+
     

  5. alainneedle1

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    Agree, but I did not "wanna" wait, there is always something better all the time, I tweaked this SSD...here is the default speed....

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    Here is the os one.....

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  6. scoter man1

    scoter man1 Ancient Guru

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    Why is the read speed so low in the first one?
     
  7. R404a

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  8. ElementalDragon

    ElementalDragon Ancient Guru

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    same as scoter man. No idea how you "tweaked" the SSD to get about 5x faster read speeds yet 7x slower write speeds (nor why you'd really WANT such low write speeds... yeah, your reads are insane, but what'll that do... make your PC boot very quickly? That's about it. Maybe WoW will load a few seconds faster, too...) ..... but either way, i can't imagine it being very good for the SSD itself, or maybe even your motherboard which i'm assuming may also be part of how you "tweaked" the drive. You may not have wanted to wait, but you may wind up killing it far sooner than it would normally last. I've wanted to get a SSD for some time now. Actually had a 30GB OCZ Core V2 SSD a while back, but gave that up when i sold my EeePC. Haven't bought another one since the $/GB is still fairly high, overall life of the drives isn't that concrete, and speeds could be better.
     
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  10. anamericangod

    anamericangod Master Guru

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    Alright, time to post some pics of my new Corsair 650D:

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    Case: 650D / CPU-i7-860 @3.5Ghz / Mobo: Gigabyte P55A-UD4P
    RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws 2x2GB / PSU: Corsair HX620
    CPU cooler: Thermalright Silver Arrow / Video Card: Gigabyte GTX460 SOC
    HDD: 1TB WD Caviar Black/2TB WD Caviar Green/750GB Seagate
     

  11. anamericangod

    anamericangod Master Guru

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    Rotary8 Master Guru

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    good job and it looks clean
     
  13. Vinnie

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  14. X-Force

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    Replaced my GTX295 cards with GTX580

    still wating for second and third GTX580 with blocks

    that white tube is not suposed to be there :p it´s just temporary untill i get my other cards and blocks :)
     
  15. avivoni

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    looking real good, x-force
     

  16. wlw_wl

    wlw_wl Master Guru

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    X-Force - what case is this?
     
  17. swISS

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    It's the Corsair 800D. (Bottom have been modded to fit a radiator)

    Very nice rig X-Force tho. :)
     
  18. X-Force

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    thankyou :)
     
  19. Rotary8

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    yeah i did the same thing with my res lol
     
  20. MikeMK

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    Where does the bottom rad draw air from X-Force? Did you put a grill in the side panel?
     
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