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post #7311 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Striker36 View Post
Gentlemen...

i have a mission for you. should you choose to accept it you will be directly contributing to the modding of a fellow scouts case and get as much rep as i can hand out.

here it is.

a few months ago some where in this thread some one posted a link to and a picture (im almost positive it was Gen Enigma) an electrical contact that attached to the side panel of computer cases eliminating the need to have wires run from your side window fans to the rest of the chase.

i would a couple of those contacts in my build. find them and i would be eternally grateful


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Hey Striker. Did you mean these pics?????

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what temps are you getting with your b50(with the h50) and what is your OC on it?
Right now the temps are 0 because I had to RMA my GD-70, but before it died I was OC'd to 3.8ish with idle temp of 26c and load under Prime95blend was 52-55c. Not too shabby and before you ask if you do; I'm using Dynex TIM form Best Buy.
    
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Originally Posted by Striker36 View Post
Gentlemen...

i have a mission for you. should you choose to accept it you will be directly contributing to the modding of a fellow scouts case and get as much rep as i can hand out.

here it is.

a few months ago some where in this thread some one posted a link to and a picture (im almost positive it was Gen Enigma) an electrical contact that attached to the side panel of computer cases eliminating the need to have wires run from your side window fans to the rest of the chase.

i would a couple of those contacts in my build. find them and i would be eternally grateful


this message probably wont self destruct in 5 seconds but who knows?
Think the topic was started in this thread by seven9st surfer. Along with the solid knowledge base of the CMSSC (not researched by me) here are the tools I found that I think you are looking for.

Tip: Next time you can just scroll to the top of this page and click, Search this thread and enter keywords. No problem helping you out, but just in case you wanted to know for future reference.

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Originally Posted by Enigma8750 View Post
Quote:
Originally Posted by smash_mouth01 View Post
http://www.spodesabode.com/archive/c...article/fanbus it's a trick to find the components but it'll do the job

Click the video screen once to play, and a 2nd time to be directed to YouTube to view the rest of the 5 guides.

Hopefully this is the information you were looking for. Also, Rogue has provided you with the diagram already. Oh, FYI, this is called Terminal Block. Here is where the topic of conversation began.
Edited by clee413 - 3/25/10 at 9:59am
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post #7314 of 28613
You guys are not getting what he's asking for. He wants info about something similar to the "wireless fan connector" like that which is on the Thermaltake Spedo case side panel so he doesn't have to unplug his side panel fans every time he takes it off.

"a few months ago some where in this thread some one posted a link to and a picture (im almost positive it was Gen Enigma) an electrical contact that attached to the side panel of computer cases eliminating the need to have wires run from your side window fans to the rest of the case."

No where does he say terminal block.
    
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AM3 Socket? Do you have a link to the source?
Rockr69... The 890 and 870 are going to be the optimum boards. But Gigabite put the Thuban X6 on there processor list for the GA MA770 board so it will fit in any AM3 compatable slot. You will just have to settle with 1066 DDr2 Ram if that is the case but you will not have to run out and buy the next Gen 890 or 870 series board unless you really want the higher ram clock. The Thuban has 6 cores. 512x6 L2/6mb L3.
    
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Rockr69... The 890 and 870 are going to be the optimum boards. But Gigabite put the Thuban X6 on there processor list for the GA MA770 board so it will fit in any AM3 compatable slot. You will just have to settle with 1066 DDr2 Ram if that is the case but you will not have to run out and buy the next Gen 890 or 870 series board unless you really want the higher ram clock. The Thuban has 6 cores. 512x6 L2/6mb L3.
I think you meant clee. Nice to know you were thinkin of me
    
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You guys are not getting what he's asking for. He wants info about something similar to the "wireless fan connector" like that which is on the Thermaltake Spedo case side panel so he doesn't have to unplug his side panel fans every time he takes it off.

"a few months ago some where in this thread some one posted a link to and a picture (im almost positive it was Gen Enigma) an electrical contact that attached to the side panel of computer cases eliminating the need to have wires run from your side window fans to the rest of the case."

No where does he say terminal block.
...I haven't had my morning coffee yet [/excuse]


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Originally Posted by Enigma8750 View Post
Rockr69... The 890 and 870 are going to be the optimum boards. But Gigabite put the Thuban X6 on there processor list for the GA MA770 board so it will fit in any AM3 compatable slot. You will just have to settle with 1066 DDr2 Ram if that is the case but you will not have to run out and buy the next Gen 890 or 870 series board unless you really want the higher ram clock. The Thuban has 6 cores. 512x6 L2/6mb L3.
Nice. Yea I have a board that is AM3 ready (currently using an AM2 chip). I think what the plan will be is:
Step 1: Buy AM3 X6 Chip
Step 2: Replace X2 Chip with X6 Chip
Step 4: Upgrade Motherboard to DDR3 support
Step 5: Upgrade RAM (3x2GB)
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I think you meant clee. Nice to know you were thinkin of me
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well got my first real Vantage score with my 4850x2, after a small oc of 725/1125 i got a score of p134646 with a cpu score of 12454 and gpy score of 14095. Looks like im 4th now in 4850x2 scores.
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post #7319 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Striker36 View Post
most ram coolers actually attached to the retainer clips on your mobo. and as far as im aware most ram slots are the same size ma3 it be DDR2 or DDR3

so you should be all set with any of them

Edit.... i really need to slow down typing.
Nice, thanks! I wasn't exactly sure how the cooler would attach to the RAM and if all coolers attached the same way.
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Ram coolers do not work on new ASUS motherboards.
So be aware if you are going to buy a 1366 or 1156 asus board clip on ram coolers like the corsair ones are not going to work.
I have an ASRock board. I'll look into size though.. hopefully
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Nice find on the ram coolers!! I'm thinking of picking one up not necessarily to cool my ram since I don't OC them but to get some air across the mobo since I'm using an H50 and worry not enough air is getting on there.
Thanks
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Thanks
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Originally Posted by Rogue1266 View Post
Well, The only dual-fan RAM cooler I've owned is the OCZ.
There is a single fang,tooth like thingy at the end of each arm. Hook the arms of the RAM cooler to locking clasps of the RAM slots.The fang is suppost to sit in between each clasp. Well, the middle of the four mem.slots. Mine sits Between the 2 slots on the right of the 4 slots just so I can fit it next to my CPU cooler. It holds to the clips real tight. I had to bend back the arms on the RAM cooler because I thought it was going to crack off my mem.locking clasps. I have a Gigabyte GE-MA785G-UD3H mobo. She fit tho. A friend of mine has a ASUS M2N-SLI-Delx. mobo with a 'ArticFreezer CPU-Heatsink & fan. It basicly blocks the first mem.slot all together. But he bought one of these and we got it to fit. Missing his CPU cooler by 'MM'..

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...20RAM%20cooler
I've been running this thing for 6-9 months now. 12 hours a day, sometimes 14. All week long, every week since I bought it.
The RAM it sits over is G-skill, PI-black PC26400(800mhz). http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-209-_-Product
The ones with the tall heatsinks on them. This OCZ will Def. fit over them so it's saft to say they will fit over your RAM... and the pick below. That is a diff. mobo the cooler is sitting on. This Gigabyte board, they sit even closer to the CPU cooler...
Appreciate the hands on experience.

Your RAM sticks have heat sinks on the top of them. This was one of my concerns, because my RAM stick DO NOT have heat sinks. So, I am wondering if the Air Cooler will be too loose without the heat sinks.
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Originally Posted by DefecTalisman View Post
I got 1 of those G.Skill jobs ariving today or tomorrow, I will let you know what its like. I just noticed now, the fan is 3500RPM, yet it only pushs 7.75CFM ? ? ? Is that a typo ?
Job to attach an air cool with a G-Skill Air Cooler or RAM sticks?
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Originally Posted by Danny Boy View Post
Can everyone post pics if how u mounted your g50? Thanks everyone
Here's mine Danny.

<<If this text is the rear of my case>> [Exhaust Fan] [Radiator] [Exhaust Fan]

Hope that above text based diagram is clear, haha. Basically doing a push/pull exhaust with 2 corsair 120mm fans (yes, I have a 2nd matching fan that came with the H50 box)
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Clee, what are the CCFLs you are running there?
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