Discussion in 'Folding@Home - Join Team Guru3D !' started by Brasky, Aug 30, 2011.
yes it is.
i like the food aside of the case
Post pic when cleaned up m8 seems to be an awsome machine
That is one nice rig. It looks like your power supply is going to block or come really close to the first two 120mm fans on your bottom Rad. Curious what kind of clearance your getting on that.
I can also see how you can make the claim to take the #1 spot now!
i tossed the power supply in vertically, so the wires are going to be tough to make pretty, but the psu fan and the rad fans are not interfered with. tomorrow i should be done painting and organizing the wires.
I'm sorry for the off-topic comment, but I cannot resist: You're Going Down. Not "Your."
Sorry, kept seeing the title thread on the forum index and the grammatical error drove me insane.
Go about your merry way now, nothing to see here.
fair enough, i changed it as best i could, i have faith in your ability to resist.
Hope that you're feeling better now pal
You, sir, are an excellent individual. I thank you!
well, i figured out why i can't overclock my 580's to have them folding faster, the driver is new and i need to "update" the driver to 260 something, then hopefully it'll fix the gpu clocks dropping down to 405 after a bit.
but luckily i can't install it since i don't have the compatible hardware. thanks nvidia.
compatible hardware? how high is the overclock on the gpu
i just bumped the voltage to 1.1 and 939 on the core, we'll see how long that lasts. and i reverted the driver to 275
and after the project on one finishes, both are downclocked.
ok what you mite need to try is to use something like driver sweeper to rid of ant trace of the old driver before putting the new one on ive found that, that can have an affect
i'll play with that later today, i'm going to root my phone and see how long it takes for me to break that as well.
Im going up.
updated the water loop, little more efficient and easier to bleed out the bubbles. any tips for taking decent pictures of the computer? and any suggestions on how to highlight the UV tubes? as usual the project is always 99% complete.
nice job on the paint work. When it warms up, I'll finish painting mine. Not as colorful as your's though. Just a black/blue paint scheme. Hopefully I'll be back folding in the spring.... been missing having F@H running 24/7.