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any source? on this?

On what i dont understand?
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post #22 of 60
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Originally Posted by shilka View Post

On what i dont understand?

Do you have any convince that you're are telling the truth smile.gif? about the PSU thing?
post #23 of 60
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Originally Posted by Tartaros View Post

Do you have any convince that you're are telling the truth smile.gif? about the PSU thing?
Linus can say it much better then i can

523 watts from the wall for two GTX 570 cards and a overclocked 2600K

So yes you dont need 850 watts
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post #24 of 60
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Originally Posted by shilka View Post

Linus can say it much better then i can

523 watts from the wall for two GTX 570 cards and a overclocked 2600K

So yes you dont need 850 watts

LOL Sorry about that, I'm really sleepy and dizzy >.>
I thought maybe he'd run two 690s? xD lmao -pretty weak excuse-
Anyways I think the 620w bronze version should do smile.gif
I really want to look into the site he added but I'm too dizzy to think right now xD
night......
post #25 of 60
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Originally Posted by shilka View Post

Linus can say it much better then i can

523 watts from the wall for two GTX 570 cards and a overclocked 2600K

So yes you dont need 850 watts

Thanks, tongue.gif

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Originally Posted by Black5Lion View Post

LOL Sorry about that, I'm really sleepy and dizzy >.>
I thought maybe he'd run two 690s? xD lmao -pretty weak excuse-
Anyways I think the 620w bronze version should do smile.gif
I really want to look into the site he added but I'm too dizzy to think right now xD
night......

Maybe it would smile.gif
post #26 of 60
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Originally Posted by Tartaros View Post


But do you need a special Programming language for setting up Linux?

About the OC i have a old P4 Computer i can try to OC with smile.gif, It wouldn't be that hard? Just change the multiplier and some other stuffs tongue.gif
I'll take a look at that thread sooner smile.gif

You use a text editor to make changes to a Linux configuration file. The Linux world has divided itself into two camps as far as text editors are concerned. The two main choices are Emacs and vi. The two editors sit at each end of the spectrum. Emacs is the more complicated editor an vi is the simpler one. There is a more complex version of Emacs called XEmacs and a more capable version of vi called vim. At times all you will have available is Emacs and at other times all you will have available is vi or vim. You really should know a good bit about both. XEmacs is incredibly involved and capable.I am only at the vim stage.

About your idea to change the multiplier. In order to change the multiplier an unlocked cpu makes it very easy and you have a fine degree of control. If you want to do multiplier changes just from the board you will be changing everything, not just the cpu multiplier.I think it is good to start oldschool with the multiplier on the board. You will not have as fine of control that you have with an unlocked cpu.Changing the cpu multiplier (like on an AMD BE cpu involves just changing the cpu multiplier,the RAM does not change also like it does in the first example. For older locked cpus you need to get familiar with whatever the BIOS you are working with calls the front side bus( FSB) many boards are limited to how much change in the FSB can be accepted.I do not think your P4 Computer is a good entry into overclocking. The P4 cpu uses socket 478 and I would recommend starting with a socket 775 cpu. Get a Gigabyte EP45-UD3P motherboard for you entry into locked cpu overclocking.

When will this psu watts discussion ever come to an end. Buy quality and be sure you buy at least the minimum wattage needed, some people like "headroom". The rest is just money
Edited by PCCstudent - 5/18/13 at 6:39pm
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post #27 of 60
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Originally Posted by PCCstudent View Post

You use a text editor to make changes to a Linux configuration file. The Linux world has divided itself into two camps as far as text editors are concerned. The two main choices are Emacs and vi. The two editors sit at each end of the spectrum. Emacs is the more complicated editor an vi is the simpler one. There is a more complex version of Emacs called XEmacs and a more capable version of vi called vim. At times all you will have available is Emacs and at other times all you will have available is vi or vim. You really should know a good bit about both. XEmacs is incredibly involved and capable.I am only at the vim stage.

About your idea to change the multiplier. In order to change the multiplier an unlocked cpu makes it very easy and you have a fine degree of control. If you want to do multiplier changes just from the board you will be changing everything, not just the cpu multiplier.I think it is good to start oldschool with the multiplier on the board. You will not have as fine of control that you have with an unlocked cpu.Changing the cpu multiplier (like on an AMD BE cpu involves just changing the cpu multiplier,the RAM does not change also like it does in the first example. For older locked cpus you need to get familiar with whatever the BIOS you are working with calls the front side bus( FSB) many boards are limited to how much change in the FSB can be accepted.I do not think your P4 Computer is a good entry into overclocking. The P4 cpu uses socket 478 and I would recommend starting with a socket 775 cpu. Get a Gigabyte EP45-UD3P motherboard for you entry into locked cpu overclocking.

When will this psu watts discussion ever come to an end. Buy quality and be sure you buy at least the minimum wattage needed, some people like "headroom". The rest is just money

I know right?
People Run Titans on 450w PSUs, why go with 850w? -totally ignores the fact he suggested it- tongue.gif
post #28 of 60
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Originally Posted by PCCstudent View Post

You use a text editor to make changes to a Linux configuration file. The Linux world has divided itself into two camps as far as text editors are concerned. The two main choices are Emacs and vi. The two editors sit at each end of the spectrum. Emacs is the more complicated editor an vi is the simpler one. There is a more complex version of Emacs called XEmacs and a more capable version of vi called vim. At times all you will have available is Emacs and at other times all you will have available is vi or vim. You really should know a good bit about both. XEmacs is incredibly involved and capable.I am only at the vim stage.

About your idea to change the multiplier. In order to change the multiplier an unlocked cpu makes it very easy and you have a fine degree of control. If you want to do multiplier changes just from the board you will be changing everything, not just the cpu multiplier.I think it is good to start oldschool with the multiplier on the board. You will not have as fine of control that you have with an unlocked cpu.Changing the cpu multiplier (like on an AMD BE cpu involves just changing the cpu multiplier,the RAM does not change also like it does in the first example. For older locked cpus you need to get familiar with whatever the BIOS you are working with calls the front side bus( FSB) many boards are limited to how much change in the FSB can be accepted.I do not think your P4 Computer is a good entry into overclocking. The P4 cpu uses socket 478 and I would recommend starting with a socket 775 cpu. Get a Gigabyte EP45-UD3P motherboard for you entry into locked cpu overclocking.

When will this psu watts discussion ever come to an end. Buy quality and be sure you buy at least the minimum wattage needed, some people like "headroom". The rest is just money
Thanks man i will look up to all of this smile.gif

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Originally Posted by Black5Lion View Post

I know right?
People Run Titans on 450w PSUs, why go with 850w? -totally ignores the fact he suggested it- tongue.gif

Yep, i'm sure i don't need 850 watt smile.gif, You have any other recommendations?
post #29 of 60
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Originally Posted by Tartaros View Post

Thanks man i will look up to all of this smile.gif
Yep, i'm sure i don't need 850 watt smile.gif, You have any other recommendations?

SeaSonic M12II 620 Bronze is pretty good according to reviews, and it's Seasonic.
There's also a 520w version.

Or if you want full modularity:
Silverstone ST50F-P is a good choice.

The Corsair AX and HX series PSUs are good too.

IIRC XFX PSUs are made by Seasonic, so those are reliable too.
post #30 of 60
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Originally Posted by Black5Lion View Post

SeaSonic M12II 620 Bronze is pretty good according to reviews, and it's Seasonic.
There's also a 520w version.

Or if you want full modularity:
Silverstone ST50F-P is a good choice.

The Corsair AX and HX series PSUs are good too.

IIRC XFX PSUs are made by Seasonic, so those are reliable too.

Maybe this one?

http://www.prisjakt.nu/produkt.php?p=540130
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