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post #21 of 38
I wonder why Thermaltake didn't make a kit with a 360mm radiator. That'd work much better for you, to have all three of your fans on together then just run one series of wires - tubing - down to your blocks. It's looking very good though. Get some Before/After WC Temps posted!

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there was some test done and the bigfoot nic didnt do a whole lot. it does what it says it does, just not enough to make a big impact on performance. it was posted in the overclocking news section.

the rig is lookin pretty sweet though, definatly post some benchies

edit: what revision 6400 do you have? sorry if posted earlier didnt read everything
    
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Originally Posted by g8m3rtag View Post
there was some test done and the bigfoot nic didnt do a whole lot. it does what it says it does, just not enough to make a big impact on performance. it was posted in the overclocking news section.

the rig is lookin pretty sweet though, definatly post some benchies

edit: what revision 6400 do you have? sorry if posted earlier didnt read everything
Your goona have to help me out with this one...i dont even know how to find out the revision number...and what should i be using to do the bench mark tests? sorry no idea what to do here
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The revision number, stepping, is on the actual processor. For example, my OCZ Ram's Product Number is OCZ600512ELPE. When you think about it makes perfect sense. OCZ - Company. DDR 600 - Speed. 512MB - Size. EL - Enhanced Latency. PE - Platinum Edition. Same thing with your CPU, the product number is actually on the CPU so you're going to remove the CPU Block, or some programs like CPU-Z tell you information about your actual CPU.

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Idle temp right now is:

CPU 42
System 37
GPU 63

seems a little high doesnt it?

here is what cpuz reported if this helps
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nice coolin system and all but from the looks of under your TT dual rad +fan looks like you have a lot of tubing thats just coiled under there dont you think thats a lot of tubing
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nice coolin system and all but from the looks of under your TT dual rad +fan looks like you have a lot of tubing thats just coiled under there dont you think thats a lot of tubing
Its the only way to keep the lines from kinking...plus i ned the extra when i lift it up to place the chiller box on top of the PC
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post #28 of 38
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The free version of 3DMark06 results are 8195

Good bad... i dunno

Im gonna run the nvidia "Ntune utility" overnight...
Looks like its supposed to do a bunch of overclocking for you...we will see what it comes up with
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Its the only way to keep the lines from kinking...plus i ned the extra when i lift it up to place the chiller box on top of the PC
yeah i understand why you have it coiled that way but i was just wondering why from the point of you had taken the pic of the chiller on the ground with the pc made me wonder why you had some extra tubing thats all
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So since i have my new rig up and running id like to start to OC it.
sorry for all the questions but im really tottaly lost here

I used the NVIDIA control panel and ran the fine tunning app that takes aprox 3hrs to complete.

Once this finished it reported:

7% increase to the FSB (cpu bus) 267mhz - 287mhz
12% increase to the pci-e bus 3125mhz - 3525mhz

Before running the Nvidia control panel:
Temp cpu-36, system-36, GPU 63
cpuz reported this
and 3dmark06 was 8195

After running the control panel it reports: (screenshot)
this
and crystalcpuid reports this
3dmark06 is 7787
Temp cpu-38, system-34, GPU 63

This confusses me....why does the ram report back at only (400 MHz) when it is actually 1066 mhz ram ?

is there a better way to get more speeds?
Why did the 3dmark06 drop?
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