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How did you do that by accident?
Lol not that part, just the combo of parts to go with it.
 
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post #102 of 3633
Half way though my very first mod build...and yes, I LOVE THIS BOARD!!!








MB = MSI Z77Mpower
CPU = i5 3570k
GPU = MSI 7870 Hawk

Wacha think for a first timer?
post #103 of 3633
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Half way though my very first mod build...and yes, I LOVE THIS BOARD!!! Awesome! (Click to show)


MB = MSI Z77Mpower
CPU = i5 3570k
GPU = MSI 7870 Hawk
Wacha think for a first timer?

I had those exact same items in mind when I did my build, I still plan to get custom sleeved cables going. I looked at a few of those Akasa heatsinks too. Very nice build!
post #104 of 3633
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Half way though my very first mod build...and yes, I LOVE THIS BOARD!!!
Nice! (Click to show)



MB = MSI Z77Mpower
CPU = i5 3570k
GPU = MSI 7870 Hawk
Wacha think for a first timer?

Nice job on painting the GPU from Blue to yellow.
Edited by Ka0sX - 9/20/12 at 8:30pm
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Really? "amateur and ugly concept image"

Thanks to everyone else...LOL, could'nt afford the real yellow GPUs so I thought...***, just paint it...its modding right.
Edited by vaiguy1 - 9/20/12 at 8:19pm
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Really? "amateur and ugly concept image"
Thanks to everyone else...LOL, could'nt afford the real yellow GPUs so I thought...***, just paint it...its modding right.

I had to read this like 5 times before I figured out what you were talking about. That quote in my sig is directed at THIS.... I love your build. I have the same RAM, although I have a 680 lightning so I didn't have to paint mine. I actually thought yours was too, it wasn't until the other guy pointed it out that I noticed you have the 7870 Hawk.

My parts from page 1:
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Sorry Scorpion49...But heck, with all the blue LEDs going on now I guess I should have thought twice about that paint idea...LOL

This was my first sleeve job, I kinda like doing it. I still have work to go on it, I want to get a custom paint job on the test bench
case and maybye go water block on tthe CPU or something.

This whole mod thing and build is all becuse I found this board and wanted to have it...LOL
post #108 of 3633
Bad news. My Lucid Virtu MVP software crapped out. When I would start a 3d application with Virtu MVP enable I would get a little window pop up stating that my Key was incorrect. Took me awhile to figure out the problem was with virtu MVP. I think there is some kind of licensing issue with the software and isn't compatible with all games yet. Problem started when I added CS:GO to the virtu MVP list.

So I had to uninstall the software. It was working great for UT3 while it lasted. I hope MSI fixes this.




Good news. I finally got some time to over clock.

With my old motherboard MSI Z68 GD65 G3 I could never get a pass on any of the futuremark benchmarks with my i5-3570lk at 5GHZ.

Today with a little tweaking around on the Mpower I have finally passed 5GHZ futuremark benchamark. smile.gif

Big achievement for me and my chip and I really think the Mpower made it possible. smile.gif


Here is my proof. http://www.3dmark.com/3dm06/16892930

Super Pi 32m 5GHZ

SuperPi3570k5ghz.jpg

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2518087
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On this OCGenie II,

If I just push the button and dont mess with any of the settings, is it ok just to let it stay in that state
for now on or is there a time when I should turn it off?
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On this OCGenie II,
If I just push the button and dont mess with any of the settings, is it ok just to let it stay in that state
for now on or is there a time when I should turn it off?

Dont! If you leave it on for to long it will become to smart. You might think ok hey my computer is getting smarter this is a good thing. Wrong! If you arent careful it will sooner or later turn your case into legs and walk out of your house and start skynet. So yes if you leave that button on to long the world as we know it will come to a end.

God you think this would be something they put in the user manual...
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