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Oh nice! Yea that sounds exciting! Since when is everybody on here Bob Villa except me? Lol.

Haha nice reference. I just like custom things. I've never really done that stuff before, but I want to go all out for my first build!
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Haha nice reference. I just like custom things. I've never really done that stuff before, but I want to go all out for my first build!
Oh I totally agree with you! I like doing things myself to learn how others do them. We can be pretty talented when we put our minds to it and really take pride and patience in our work.
But I have to give you props on the work you've done so far. It's really looking great!
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post #143 of 313
Ravage buddy, lookin good!

I really like how the paint job came out, I'm impressed with your skills biggrin.gif
Hey, I may snag twin frozrs like you...what is the exact part name at the Egg?

As for the high res pics, neat stuff...keep em updates comin bro. thumb.gif
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Ravage buddy, lookin good!

I really like how the paint job came out, I'm impressed with your skills biggrin.gif
Hey, I may snag twin frozrs like you...what is the exact part name at the Egg?

As for the high res pics, neat stuff...keep em updates comin bro. thumb.gif

MSI R7950 TwinFrozr 3GD5/OC Radeon HD79503GB 384-bitGDDR5 PCI Express3.0x16 HDCP ReadyCrossFireX SupportVideo Card

I'm going to sell my sapphire and get another tfiii because I love them so much. Thanks for the love!
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MSI R7950 TwinFrozr 3GD5/OC Radeon HD79503GB 384-bitGDDR5 PCI Express3.0x16 HDCP ReadyCrossFireX SupportVideo Card

I'm going to sell my sapphire and get another tfiii because I love them so much. Thanks for the love!

Yo Ravage...what do the video output ports look like on your cards? Not like the picture, right?
I may snag dual twin frozrs 7970s (new revision) if I get some more funds, but would like to know how your cards look like.
Is there a ref 7970 pcb on them? (does it say AMD over the pci-e pins?)

Sorry for the host of questions but I wanna make sure I get the ideal cards for crunching you know wink.gif
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Yo Ravage...what do the video output ports look like on your cards? Not like the picture, right?
I may snag dual twin frozrs 7970s (new revision) if I get some more funds, but would like to know how your cards look like.
Is there a ref 7970 pcb on them? (does it say AMD over the pci-e pins?)

Sorry for the host of questions but I wanna make sure I get the ideal cards for crunching you know wink.gif

It's cool man. My TFIII 7950 has a DVI, HDMI, and mini DP outputs. It is also on a reference 7950 PCB which will allow for those amazingly sexy Alphacool blocks. Feel free to post any other questions thumb.gif
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Cool! tongue.gif

I believe I see a pattern in crunching productivity for 7950s...7950 pcb seems best.
Now debating wether to go dual 7970 or what, but well, you did help. tongue.gif

I need to get a good modular psu next...my cm 690 II is kind of a nightmare for cables.

How good is your air intake through those rads?
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Cool! tongue.gif

I believe I see a pattern in crunching productivity for 7950s...7950 pcb seems best.
Now debating wether to go dual 7970 or what, but well, you did help. tongue.gif

I need to get a good modular psu next...my cm 690 II is kind of a nightmare for cables.

How good is your air intake through those rads?

Yea defitinetly. I went with the 7950 because it has less power consumption than the 7970 and IMO it is just as beastly. I just like how they "feel" better than the 7970's. You should definitely go with dual 7950's. You won't be dissapointed. Promise! You should also go with an Enermax PSU. They really are amazing. I'll be posting a video review of the Enermax 1500w Maxrevo this weekend. They really are absolutely amazing. Fully modular and plenty of power! Let me know what you decide on!

In other news I'm just going to have Mr. Chino1974 forget about sleeving the Seasonic so I can just have him sleeve the Enermax for me and that way I won't have to pay for two sleevings since I'm just going to sell the Seasonic to him. I wish I knew that I was getting this new PSU before so I didn't have to have so much down time. He is just going to take the sleeving off of the cables he finished and use it for the Enermax. Still going to go with the red, black, and white sleeving. Can't wait to have it in my rig!!! I will be posting all of the reviews here so stay tuned!
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Subbed. Looking good so far!
post #150 of 313
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Subbed. Looking good so far!

Hey thanks for the sub brotha. I appreciate it. This build is gonna get crazzzzy in the next couple months.
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