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bigeyedsmiley.png @ some of the cable management here. Is it really that hard organizing everything in the back?

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NZXT source 210 has less than 2cm of space behind the motherboard (most modern cases have more, i believe the corsair carbide 300r has at least 3mm behind it, nzxt phantom has like 4-5 i think). So whatever your case has in space, half that (unless it's over 2 years old, or a terrible case).

Then, I got 5 case fans. 5 case fans isn't too bad, until you get a fan controller. Molex is a real pain in the ass - not only can these 5 case fans basically not be wired through any 'wiring hole' or utility hole or convenient slit (like those all over the hdd and cd bays), but the 5 molex connectors on the fan controller. There's also 5 temperature sensors. A Molex LED.

Not to mention in my case, I removed the HDD bays. So the matter of where to put those molex connectors, which, even in the best and most spacious of cases, cannot be put behind the motherboard panel, and are always stuck behind the HDD bays, becomes a minor problem, to a huge problem. Did I mention I also have 3 fans on my heatsink, and one of them is molex?

Oh, and you can't put them behind or inside your CD drive bays, because your case doesn't have enough space, and, because you can see cables through the cd bays if you got internal lights.

Imagine your computer case wiring, and if that same wiring set-up, was put in my case. I'm pretty sure if you used my case, you would have a ton of cables out in the open where my HDD bays are, OR, you'd have cables showing everywhere. Because I took a lot of painstaking effort, to make sure you don't see the 24 pin, 6 pins, or 8 pin cables. You dont see any sata cables, and you dont see any molex cables.

Believe me, everything in the back was organized. It was all very tidy like that other guys (who, by the way, didn't have a fan controller, any additional case fans, and didn't even plug in his cables to his motherboard or put a heatsink or GPU in). Then once you introduce molex, and remove the HDD bays, it all goes to hell.

I can't believe you are critical of the back of the case. The point is making the visible part of the case (an oxymoron, but I put a window in my case so it isn't one) very clean. And there are no cables visible in my case. The only ugly part is my cables aren't sleeved... yet.
Edited by Belial - 2/11/13 at 10:15pm
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The back of your case doesn't even look that bad, cleaner than the front of mine tongue.gif .

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Pursuit of fashion lol
so true tongue.gif

Ugh, what to do? FTW HELP! biggrin.gif
old gpu or 775 boards (abit 965 s dark, dfi ip35 pro, asus p5q)? Waiting for my new 3770k is. killing me!
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I can't believe you are critical of the back of the case. The point is making the visible part of the case (an oxymoron, but I put a window in my case so it isn't one) very clean. And there are no cables visible in my case. The only ugly part is my cables aren't sleeved... yet.

I honestly thought it would be actually easier to just tie everything together neatly, even if it is in the back.
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Pursuit of fashion lol
so true tongue.gif

Ugh, what to do? FTW HELP! biggrin.gif
old gpu or 775 boards (abit 965 s dark, dfi ip35 pro, asus p5q)? Waiting for my new 3770k is. killing me!

Hard call, they're all fun...
An old gpu can be benched, modded, & re-benched with new cpus, the 775 board you do kinda need cold to get very far, it is neat to see an old celly d at 7Ghz+ though.
Also might be hard to find old cpus to bench with these guys snapping them all up for delid practice! biggrin.gif
    
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Even at 5.5Ghz with HT I was hitting around 128Gflops. Memory does have a small effect on the gflops. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
55ibtvh.jpg
I would agree that gigaflops aren't of much importance, disabling HT decreases overall performance yet increases gigaflops. Also AVX, sp1 can double the gigaflops, yet unless running something that uses AVX a computer that gets 60 gflops can have the exact same performance as a machine getting 100 gflops +.
But for a particular single rig, when testing & looking at the gigaflops, increasing the gflpos does basically increase performance (not by disabling HT, but getting higher at however the rig is set up).

does that mean its not liniair?
like this math suggests:
28.42 * GHz (4.5) = 127.89

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Originally Posted by Idontcare;34613621 
Gflops are also very sensitive to the specific problem size that gets ran, dependent on the ram used for the test.

You should get a dead-linear curve between clockspeed and Gflops.

GFlopsvsGHz.png

Running problem size 43122 with DDR3-1866 ram, Sandy Bridge will give you 28.28 GFlops/GHz and
Ivy Bridge will give you 28.42 GFlops/GHz.
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^Is that graph for IBT?

I can only hit 98 GFlops with my i7-3820 at 4.3 GHz. . ..
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^Is that graph for IBT?

I can only hit 98 GFlops with my i7-3820 at 4.3 GHz. . ..

i dont think so,
the poster is talking about problem size, cant adjust that in ibt if im correct smile.gif
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i dont think so,
the poster is talking about problem size, cant adjust that in ibt if im correct smile.gif

Oh wait, I just saw the graph title: "Peak GFlops out of 5 cycles of IBT/LinX"

In IBT it must be the different stress levels you can set the program to run at.
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