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Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by Grahxen, May 28, 2003.

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  1. aircool

    aircool Don Aircooleone Staff Member

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    i am posting my rig asap probably in next 10 minutes
     
  2. aircool

    aircool Don Aircooleone Staff Member

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    its not the best rig but i am only a student planing to get new cpu + hsf for the cpu plus a better video card
     
  3. 13.-Soldier

    13.-Soldier Active Member

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    Sup sup I'm new here and I wanted to post my specs :)
    Pictures comin soon.

    Processor: AMD 3400+ Overclocked to 2.4 ghz
    Motherboard: Asus A8V Deluxe
    Graphics: Just got it today for Christmas, ATI X800 XL AGP
    Hard Drives: Seagate 160gb and Seagate 300 gb
    Ram: 2048 mb
    Optical Drives: Sony Dual Layer DVD burner Model #: DRU-800A
    HP Dual Layer DVD burner Model #: dvd530i
    Monitor: DCLCD 19"c 19 inch LCD Monitor

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  4. SiR574

    SiR574 New Member

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    My rig

    Specs:

    Thermaltake Armor Case
    Pentium 4 Prescott 530 3.0Ghz @ 3.8Ghz
    Asus P5GD2 Deluxe Motherboard
    1 Gig of DDR2 533 @ 680 Corsair Value Ram
    Ati X800XT Pci Express version @ 565/1150
    western digital raptor WD740GD
    2 western digital caviar 300 gig drives
    Sony 16X dual layer +- dvd burner


    Water cooled stuff

    Danger Den TDX 775 CPU water block
    Swiftech GPU water block
    Hydor L30 Water Pump
    CoolRad 12-t Radiator
    CrazyPC Clear 5.25 Inch Dual Bay Reservoir
    1/2 inch coper piping for the tubing


    Temps:

    29c idle
    41c load


    Benchmarks: (these aree just approximations)

    3Dmark05 - 6,500
    AM3 - 79,000


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    a view from the side with the side pannel on


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    a view from the back at an angle showing the radiator

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    A view up close of the danger den water block

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    a view upclose of the swiftech VGA block

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    a view of the leads going in and out of the radiator

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    a view from the outside looking in at the res

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    a view from the inside looking out of the res



    post some feedback and let me know what you guys think
     

  5. heads_up

    heads_up Ancient Guru

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    love the idea of the straight copper tubes, gj
     
  6. thats just awesome full stop.
     
  7. btw do u do mechanical engineering or u just a home handy man?
     
  8. SiR574

    SiR574 New Member

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    The coper tubing was my idea, but my dad is a engineer and he helped me with the layout and measuring and cutting of the tubes, and the saudering of the connections.
     
  9. r0k0

    r0k0 Ancient Guru

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    thats just great bud nice works... does the copper tube keep the coolant cooler?
     
  10. cool, this post is perticually funny to me becasue as strange as it seems last nite in bed i was wondering if copper tubing would work rather then plastic 1/2" tubing for my water cooling setup.
     

  11. SiR574

    SiR574 New Member

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    umm i am not really sure, but i am sure it's slightly better than the plastic tubing, because that proably isulates the water
     
  12. SiR574

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    well dream no more, it is true it does work
     
  13. r0k0

    r0k0 Ancient Guru

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    what the temps idle and load?
     
  14. wdodd

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    BFG Tech 7800GTX 256MB
    Specifications:
    AMD Athlon 64 4000+ OC'ed to 2.75GHz Cooled by a Thermaltake Silent Tower
    ASUS A8N-SLI Deluxe Motherboard
    2x512MB Crucial Dual Channel Value Ram
    BFG Tech 7800GTX OC 256MB
    WD 74GB Raptor (primary)
    WD 250GB Caviar (secondary)

    This rig calls an Antec Super Lanboy home and is powered by an Antec TruePower 2.0 550W.

    I built the rig not too long ago, I know it was about a week before the 512 version of the 7800GTX came out.

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    I was originally planning to go SLI with the rig but I will most likely have a major CPU bottleneck so I'm holding off on that idea for a little while. Thanks for looking!
     
  15. r0k0

    r0k0 Ancient Guru

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    why 2 mouses?
     

  16. SiR574

    SiR574 New Member

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  17. r0k0

    r0k0 Ancient Guru

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    wow 41C load is it a socket 775 or 478?

    cuz im running mine under 40C under load oced 600mhz with a Zalman CNPS7700Alcu
     
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  18. wdodd

    wdodd New Member

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    One is a wireless mouse that goes with my keyboard. I don't use it that often because it gets a little flaky sometimes when I'm gaming...and the batteries don't last long.
     
  19. SiR574

    SiR574 New Member

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    socket 775, belive me that is a great temp for what i am running
     
  20. r0k0

    r0k0 Ancient Guru

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    wow im running mine oced to 3.6ghz and im running at 40C or less under Air Zalman CNPS 7700Alcu and idle it 28C or more sometimes depends
     
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