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Even More updates coming tonight!

-Corsair H80
-Second Seagate HDD for Raid 0
-Gigabyte Windforce 7950

Got some goodies!
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Also picked up a second HDD for raid 0. Glad I did, the added speed is very welcome.
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And the main attraction a new 7950, this thing is a BEAST and overclocks like a champ, check post 3 for the amazing results.
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I can't praise this little cooler enough, for only being a 120mm rad it actually keeps my 2500k at 4.7Ghz at 72C on 100% load! Good job corsair.
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Edited by Blaze0303 - 6/18/12 at 4:38am
    
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post #42 of 117
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Updated, please look and comment!
    
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Looking for comments on my build! Do you have an idea to make it better or faster? Please let me know, I'm still pretty new at this and would appriciate any help I can get. Thanks guys!
    
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Next stop:
Sleeving those wires!
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Next stop:
Sleeving those wires!

I want to but I dont think my skills are good enough. I might just buy the NZXT sleeved adapters.
    
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I want to but I dont think my skills are good enough. I might just buy the NZXT sleeved adapters.

That's part of the fun!
Trial and error all the way!
It's not as bad as some make it.

Get a tv show going, and you can knock out a good 10 pins.. hah.

Back two summers ago, I grabbed very cheap sleeving that was almost nylon sleeving, and sleeved a whole PSU.
It was fun!
that PSU was a 350W I believe, it's still in use in our surveillance computer..
post #47 of 117
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Well I desided my 7950 wasnt performing as well as it could and after seeing others amazing results I figured wth I'll give it a shot and hopefully dont mess it up! So finally, after about 2.5hrs of testing I ended up with a stable overclock. I have to say though, I was almost upset when I first bought this card because it was benching super low. But after a fresh driver install of 12.7b and some heavy overclocking.

Drumroll please.......

3DMark11 Got P9658 @ 1265/1925 and 1299mV
Furmark 720P Got 5140 @ 72c
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3858107
I just managed to get higher then 10k on the Graphics score which is higher then some 7970's, so I'm pretty damn excited about this card.

How did this change gaming? Well I benchmark in Max Payne 3's Jungle level because of all the shadows and reflections making it very GPU instensive.
On stock settings I could only manage 23FPS!
At 1100/1575 I managed about 29 to 30 FPS.
At 1250/1925 I managed an amazing 45FPS!
    
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post #48 of 117
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New SSD for the build!

Edit: This SSD is amazing, as my boot drive filled about 50% it still boots in about 10-15sec.
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I tried to clean up inside a little and cover up some of the rainbow with electrical tape. biggrin.gif
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Edited by Blaze0303 - 7/16/12 at 7:56am
    
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post #49 of 117
Looking good biggrin.gif
If the H80 keeps the cpu at 72C, do you run the fans at full speed?
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post #50 of 117
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Thanks! I run the H80 at the second setting. All of my case fans are at 100% though.

EDIT: Post 1 has been updated.
Edited by Blaze0303 - 7/16/12 at 8:08am
    
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