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I think it looks nice either way. Something to set you a part from the rest of us lol.
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And the MSI 260 GTX Twin Frozr OC in still one hell of a card. I think of it as the little graphics card that could. It is the highest factory overclocked 260 GTX released and even then you have some headroom to OC it even more.
Hey can i use rivatuner on evga gtx 460?
Something weird; my current system can play crysis on enthusiast and 1080p
while a new system I made with core i7 and gtx 460 can't do so...
No overckock on both(on rivatuner have the gtx 260 on constant performance )
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that looks great, im just not a fan of silver and blue

whats the bottom for? might seem like a stupid question

Edit: Gahh, i didnt want to post any since it just got built but i gotta join the brotherhood.




accept me pl0x!
Edited by vibrancyy - 10/27/10 at 5:50pm
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that looks great, im just not a fan of silver and blue

whats the bottom for? might seem like a stupid question
Thanks,
Bottom will hold rad, pump,fan controller, etc.
    
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If you use eVGA Precision, it is run by Rivatuner so that might help. Also if that doesn't work then try using MSI Afterburner. Also test the card using eVGA OC Scanner (You can only use OC Scanner on eVGA cards). Let me know if you need some help getting this going for you or if you have anymore questions then just PM me.


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Hey can i use rivatuner on evga gtx 460?
Something weird; my current system can play crysis on enthusiast and 1080p
while a new system I made with core i7 and gtx 460 can't do so...
No overckock on both(on rivatuner have the gtx 260 on constant performance )
That's one nice monitor there man. What's the make and model of it (damm you fannblade, you have me thinking of everything like a car now since you put those nice stripes on your car.... errrr case lol)


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that looks great, im just not a fan of silver and blue

whats the bottom for? might seem like a stupid question

Edit: Gahh, i didnt want to post any since it just got built but i gotta join the brotherhood.
accept me pl0x!

Edited by lawrencendlw - 10/27/10 at 6:18pm
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Thanks,
Bottom will hold rad, pump,fan controller, etc.
What did you make it out of? i want to make a slimmer design that would work as a stand for the case, keep it off the carpet and have ventilation
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I might make a similar type of Box/Stand for the bottom of my case to do the same thing that Fannblade did. I would make so that the side panels would be made out of 2 of These or I might just use a few of These and then put a 360mm rad on the top of my HAF X and a couple of 240 rad's here and there so that I could cool my core i7 and a few GTX 480's... What do you guys think? I would have to have a powerful pump or 2 to run the whole thing. The first radiator that I linked is massive and would require some reinforcements to keep standing because the site says that it weighs 4000g (8.81 lbs) and I'm not sure if that is empty or full lol.
post #9358 of 23525
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Originally Posted by lawrencendlw View Post
If you use eVGA Precision, it is run by Rivatuner so that might help. Also if that doesn't work then try using MSI Afterburner. Also test the card using eVGA OC Scanner (You can only use OC Scanner on eVGA cards). Let me know if you need some help getting this going for you or if you have anymore questions then just PM me.




That's one nice monitor there man. What's the make and model of it (damm you fannblade, you have me thinking of everything like a car now since you put those nice stripes on your car.... errrr case lol)
Big +1 for Afterburner!
I'm here to "drive" you crazy.

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What did you make it out of? i want to make a slimmer design that would work as a stand for the case, keep it off the carpet and have ventilation
Used an old file cabinet and some new sheet metal.Check out my build log to see more.
Oh yea someone nominated me for MOTM contest. Go vote for your favorite build (mine of course)MOTH

    
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I might make a similar type of Box/Stand for the bottom of my case to do the same thing that Fannblade did. I would make so that the side panels would be made out of 2 of These or I might just use a few of These and then put a 360mm rad on the top of my HAF X and a couple of 240 rad's here and there so that I could cool my core i7 and a few GTX 480's... What do you guys think? I would have to have a powerful pump or 2 to run the whole thing. The first radiator that I linked is massive and would require some reinforcements to keep standing because the site says that it weighs 4000g (8.81 lbs) and I'm not sure if that is empty or full lol.
Sounds good but I doubt you would need a 360 up top plus that would take a lot of head pressure to get up there after shoving through those big rads at the bottom, of course it would return fast.
    
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That's a good idea. Now what is the problem that people run into when they use more than one pump? Is there some way that I can use 2 pumps but without having the troubles? I was thinking of running a y adapter from the reservoir and then another one after the pumps going into the first rad. Does that sound like it could work or if it would be the best for my idea of a setup? I'm thinking that this setup would be one nice loop when I get the money (And time) to do it. I was also thinking of putting a second PSU down in the bottom compartment and running some extensions so that I can run 3 or 4 GTX 480's (or the 580's when they come out =D)
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