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post #10831 of 19729
ok will have ago now and post another pic shortly...
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post #10832 of 19729
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Originally Posted by spiderm0nkey View Post
Lol yep Btw, you'd probably be able to get your 165 running at 2.8gHz too. Mine was until the mobo died from a sneaky water spill while I had it lying on my desk until I got my new case
I've tried but I think my RAM is the limiting factor. But I honestly didn't put too much time into it. I am happy for right now with 2.25Ghz. I am upgrading EVERYTHING (except the PSU, keyboard, and display) after the 890FX chipsets come out. My little one will be getting this rig then. So, no need to spend time on it right now. As usual, too many things going on ATM.
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Please revert my "member link" to this picture.

The current picture isn't even of my case. I just posted it cause it looked cool.



BTW, I've been looking for this post for well over a year now... http://www.overclock.net/4894897-post1963.html

Edited by theCanadian - 3/17/10 at 2:43am
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post #10834 of 19729
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I've tried but I think my RAM is the limiting factor. But I honestly didn't put too much time into it. I am happy for right now with 2.25Ghz. I am upgrading EVERYTHING (except the PSU, keyboard, and display) after the 890FX chipsets come out. My little one will be getting this rig then. So, no need to spend time on it right now. As usual, too many things going on ATM.
That's strange... I was using generic ram plus a DFi UT board and it went pretty well. I sure do miss that setup. It was so solid! Could handle anything I threw at it. Gonna try bake the board and see if we can get it working again. Might give it to my sister
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post #10835 of 19729
ok well done that bits of wirein i said was going to do hows it looking..

again any advise or tips please let me kno


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ok well done that bits of wirein i said was going to do hows it looking..

again any advise or tips please let me kno
Only thing I can suggest is to sleeve your wires...
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Updated pics. Added some more fans, fan controller and changed the setup of the front intake fans.
Thats sooo clean, you fit the fan controller too, i was just wondering how to do this and now i dont have to ask, how many fans are you controlling and are u using any "Y" connectors?
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Nice rigs.

Count me in





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o_O H50's are getting really popular... are those two cards in your system really GTX 285's lord? I've never seen an aftermarket 285, though i'm sure they do exist...
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