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What processor are you using, and how did you get it to 4.6?
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Those SilenX fans are great for making little to no noise, I had one on an Air CPU cooler and it was nice as I could not hear the CPU fan at full load. However it only lasted about 6 months till I had to repair it. Meaning I had to relube it with motor oil (sewing machine oil is better). Removal of the blades are very ez, so if you do need to repair or choose to repaint them it will be real simple.
Oh yeah that zombie stuff is awesome also!!!!

Ok cool.. thank you for the heads-up on the fans.. I'll report back to the team my findings.. at 12.99 each I was hoping for something that would last a little longer than that..

And thank you, it's not for everyone but I do have fun brushing wink.gif
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What processor are you using, and how did you get it to 4.6?

Actually I got 4.8 biggrin.gif here's a better pic..

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my buddy told me that if I go into dos and tweek some stuff, I should be able to get 4.9-5 thou… I've read on line that 4.9 is about the max I should get thou.. IDK I;m still learning about this stuff..
Thank you for your time
TDC
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What processor are you using, and how did you get it to 4.6?


Impressive none the less. I know close to noting about AMD chips other then keep cold. 4.8 is pretty good for non SB/IB chip. If you got the heat under control that's impressive.
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Impressive none the less. I know close to noting about AMD chips other then keep cold. 4.8 is pretty good for non SB/IB chip. If you got the heat under control that's impressive.

The Bulldozer chips can clock significantly higher. They currently hold the world record for highest frequency thumb.gif

SB chips were limited to 4.5-5GHz, whereas the Bulldozer can acheive 4.8 quite easily from what I've seen. The old Phenom II X4's were limited to 4.0-4.2GHz for the most part, C3 stepping.
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Well I've managed to make some progress on my build and I just thought I would share it with the team.
Here's where I started:

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After a few long hours I finished the first panel and installed it:

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Then I finished up the second and third panel, I'm glad I was able to work in "Kilroy" I've always wanted to do that.. hahaha

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Here's what left side looks like at this point, I'm pretty happy with it. I still have some more things to add to it, but you get the idea wink.gif

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I've got some great ideas for the other side and hopefully I've have it all finished up by tomorrow night, so my apologies for not hanging around, I've got airbrushing to do..

Thank you again so much for your time team and have a GREAT DAY everyone..

TDC
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Looks good but wheres the lady? I want more pin up biggrin.gif

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Epic! Haven't seen Kilroy in years!
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Looks good but wheres the lady? I want more pin up biggrin.gif

hahaa.. Yeah I know wink.gif more of the ladies are yet to come, But I did switch some thing up, hopefully you like the final product..

Thank you again for your time .. thumb.gif

TDC
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Epic! Haven't seen Kilroy in years!

Exactly!.. My thoughts as well.. I was stoked to finally work him in my project!.. Thank you!.. biggrin.gif
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Well I had the opportunity to make some progress but unfortunately I've still got a long way to go.

Here's what the right side front panel looks like at this point

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Here's what the right side rear panel looks like at this point, I've completed the kill signs and removed the original mesh screens

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Here I'm about 50% complete my Carolina Moon panel, I've got lots of detail work left on here but this kind of gives you an idea of where I'm heading.

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last and least lol. here's my third panel..

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Yeah I'm, kicking butt here lol…

Thank you for your time team and I'll post more updates as progress is being made..

Thank you again for your time in viewing this thread and have a great week everyone
TDC
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Updates are looking great, always interested in the girls tongue.gif
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