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So I actually had good luck for once...I was working today and one of the demo carts somehow ended up with a broken "slash shield" sneeze guard whatever you want to call it and the demo lady gave it to me so I essentially got a 3/16 thick 2.5 x 5 foot piece of acrylic missing a chunk maybe 6 inches long off the corner but plenty for my plates etc to hold hard drive and pump/res etc....plus I can practice cutting and drilling it a bit before I buy the smoked piece for my top case mod woot!
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I tend to hoard stuff on my hdds so when I finally reformat I get all this unused space then I'm like ok...it's not getting back there again...then six months later I'm like damn why do I have four versions of this installer lol

Yeah that's what I use to do and still do if i don't have multiple HDD/SSD in a system. I'm always short on HDDs when I want to do another build and I see why. The two main desktops I have are hoarding all the HDDs for storage. The 200GB,250GB,250GB HDDs go back as far as 10+ years ago from prebuilt PCs. Same with the 320GB in the other PC. My secondary desktop was suffering from 10GB or less in each HDD so I swapped a 250GB from the secondary to the primary and gave up a 750GB. That took a lot of HDD space from me so I ended up getting a 1TB. Now the drives are separate for steam, origin, uplay, files. What I like about having separate HDDs are that when I do a reformat it allows me not to constantly move files to external HDD/USB to transfer things as they can be done internally.

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So I actually had good luck for once...I was working today and one of the demo carts somehow ended up with a broken "slash shield" sneeze guard whatever you want to call it and the demo lady gave it to me so I essentially got a 3/16 thick 2.5 x 5 foot piece of acrylic missing a chunk maybe 6 inches long off the corner but plenty for my plates etc to hold hard drive and pump/res etc....plus I can practice cutting and drilling it a bit before I buy the smoked piece for my top case mod woot!

Free material is very cool. Felt the same when I was building my models in my Architecture courses.
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post #48533 of 67698
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Yeah that's what I use to do and still do if i don't have multiple HDD/SSD in a system. I'm always short on HDDs when I want to do another build and I see why. The two main desktops I have are hoarding all the HDDs for storage. The 200GB,250GB,250GB HDDs go back as far as 10+ years ago from prebuilt PCs. Same with the 320GB in the other PC. My secondary desktop was suffering from 10GB or less in each HDD so I swapped a 250GB from the secondary to the primary and gave up a 750GB. That took a lot of HDD space from me so I ended up getting a 1TB. Now the drives are separate for steam, origin, uplay, files. What I like about having separate HDDs are that when I do a reformat it allows me not to constantly move files to external HDD/USB to transfer things as they can be done internally.
Free material is very cool. Felt the same when I was building my models in my Architecture courses.
saves me about $40....I'm always up for a good savings
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post #48534 of 67698
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afaik the main diff between 890and 990 is vrm ( 4+1 vs 8+2 )


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It definitely is thumb.gif
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My olde lady's box is a MSI FXA GD70 with a 8350 in it and a GTX 690. I set it up with a 4200 MHz base and 4400mhz turbo bump increase in speed on air. (noctua nh-c14) as close as I could get to 1.4375 core volts. Which the happy number for that chip. I noticed MSI updated the the CPU list. They are all there except the 9370 and the 9590. I dont think 890 mobos got enough gism for 220 watts. 5 ghz might work if U got a freak chip. I think the MSI is good for 180-200 watts and is typical for 890s. Got to remember those were made for 1100T 6 core CPUs. There is no point in going to water because I think the VRMs can't do the job without burning up.
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I'll restart my computer now and get pictures of my BIOS. For now here is this. I feel it happens more as I increase cpu voltage...

I am cranking CPU NB and NB voltages to 1.2v and 1.3v respectively as outlined in the bulldozer gigabyte overclock thread. However, in that thread they are using a 990FXA versus my 890FXA. Am I wrongly assuming that they use similar voltages for the NB? I am overclocking it so I can run a higher FSB


http://i.imgur.com/nfuK3xk.jpg

Edited by warpuck - 4/11/15 at 8:43pm
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Has anyone of you guys tried, or seen a review of the new MSI 970A SLI Krait board?

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My olde lady's box is a MSI FXA GD70 with a 8350 in it and a GTX 690. I set it up with a 4200 MHz base and 4400mhz turbo bump increase in speed on air. (noctua nh-c14) 1.4375 core volts. I noticed MSI updated the the CPU list. They are all there except the 9370 and the 9590. I dont think 890 mobos got enough gism for 220 watts. 5 ghz might work if U got a freak chip. I think the MSI is good for 180-200 watts and is typical for 890s. Got to remember those were made for 1100T 6 core CPUs. There is no point in going to water because I think the VRMs can't do the job without burning up.
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I'll restart my computer now and get pictures of my BIOS. For now here is this. I feel it happens more as I increase cpu voltage...

I am cranking CPU NB and NB voltages to 1.2v and 1.3v respectively as outlined in the bulldozer gigabyte overclock thread. However, in that thread they are using a 990FXA versus my 890FXA. Am I wrongly assuming that they use similar voltages for the NB? I am overclocking it so I can run a higher FSB


http://i.imgur.com/nfuK3xk.jpg

My 790FX GD-70's do just fine with X 6's thumb.gif http://valid.canardpc.com/2708623 http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2467876 ( I've gotten higher clocks with my multiplier locked chips on the GD-70 than any other board I've owned , including the CHV-Z's)
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Has anyone of you guys tried, or seen a review of the new MSI 970A SLI Krait board?

Not yet. Looks good but at a glance the power delivery does not look so great. The situation is very similar to how it was with the 860K's release. Barely information about it before release, very little information and interest shown from the big reviewers etc. AM3+ and honestly mostly all of AMD's tech being old I guess the interest is not high. Sure there will be a review about it later but I'm thinking several months to see a decent review. Maybe a small one buy a average user will appear sooner.
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post #48540 of 67698
What really liked about the GD70s was running four HD6770s on it just because I could.

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My 790FX GD-70's do just fine with X 6's thumb.gif http://valid.canardpc.com/2708623 http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2467876 ( I've gotten higher clocks with my multiplier locked chips on the GD-70 than any other board I've owned , including the CHV-Z's)

I put the 1055t OC for daily driving @ 3.7 Ghz on a older Asus LMT 78-E along with a GTX 460 and gave it to my bro in law. That board was made to overclock the 140 watt phenom they made for a short time. I gave it to him when I bought the 8350.. He says it still beats what he uses at work and they leased new ones 2 years ago.
Edited by warpuck - 4/11/15 at 10:35pm
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