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wont be playing with it today as I'm studying for a test tomorrow then i will tongue.gif gonna pump lotsa cold air in and see what she can do, look like a good one so far, sitting at 1070 and 1400 mem right off the bat (n00b to AMD btw)

Cold air! I have plenty of cold air! I'm literally shivering with a winter coat on in my room right now, but it's worth it. Tomorrow is going to be 70F (guess I'm going to have to go out and do normal people stuff) and you can't beat 54c (on air) with 1300Mhz core on my TFIII 7950. Been going for hours at that temp thumb.gif
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LoL if i let cold air in my gpus run at like 25c....

But im more then happy with 39c and letting my 4 rads with there 12 fans sucking heat out warm my house wink.gif
    
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LoL if i let cold air in my gpus run at like 25c....

But im more then happy with 39c and letting my 4 rads with there 12 fans sucking heat out warm my house wink.gif

Why I used to fold, it was an easy way to keep the cpu & gpus loaded to pump out enough heat to help warm the place.
    
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LoL if i let cold air in my gpus run at like 25c....

But im more then happy with 39c and letting my 4 rads with there 12 fans sucking heat out warm my house wink.gif

lol your case....eh, I mean walls of fans biggrin.gif
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Guys, check this water cooled rig out. Probably the coolest design I have ever seen!

http://www.mod-planet.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=42360
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^^ Does it say what hardware is in it. It always seems dudes with over the top cases end up running something lame like 560Ti's.

Unrelated, AX1200i arrived. Must be $20 in packaging alone.
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^^ Does it say what hardware is in it. It always seems dudes with over the top cases end up running something lame like 560Ti's.

Unrelated, AX1200i arrived. Must be $20 in packaging alone.

I don't know, don't speak whatever-ese, but it is from 2007 hahaha. I just love the case design and its really original. Valgaur should copy it tongue.gif What is the 1200i for?
post #17718 of 33558
Still a very cool looking rig, he made the old steam engine look work well.
    
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Didn't look at the date. I was thinking "Steam Punk" is a bit overdone nowadays, but in 2007 it was original.

680 Lightning overclocked and overvolted consumes more than the 12V rail of my X-1250 could handle, resulting in the PSU switching off during load spikes of BF3 (scrapmetal 64 player server). Stupid design. V12_2 is PCI-e and is 30A, V12_3 is PCI-e as well and is 45A. make both 45A and I wouldn't have this problem. XFX/Seasonic advertise it (1250W and 1000W gold/platinum variants) as "single rail" assuming you'll never exceed 30A to find out it isn't. AX1200i is 104A of true single rail.
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Didn't look at the date. I was thinking "Steam Punk" is a bit overdone nowadays, but in 2007 it was original.

680 Lightning overclocked and overvolted consumes more than the 12V rail of my X-1250 could handle, resulting in the PSU switching off during load spikes of BF3 (scrapmetal 64 player server). Stupid design. V12_2 is PCI-e and is 30A, V12_3 is PCI-e as well and is 45A. make both 45A and I wouldn't have this problem. XFX/Seasonic advertise it (1250W and 1000W gold/platinum variants) as "single rail" assuming you'll never exceed 30A to find out it isn't. AX1200i is 104A of true single rail.

I hear that, I loved the silverstone 1500w psu until the 680 lightnings, but with multi 25A rails a 1500W PSU becomes only good enough for sli, can't even bench tri sli properly without adding a second PSU because the stupid thing has 4 x 8pin + 6pin pci-e cables.
    
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