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post #8211 of 28613
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Originally Posted by clee413 View Post
Happy Friday CMSSC!

I am here with the following completed hardware upgrades:
  • Processor - AMD Phenom II X4 965 BE (125W)
  • Motherboard - GIGABYTE GA-890GPA-UD3H 890GX
  • RAM - Mushkin Enhanced Blackline DDR3 1333 (7-7-7-20)



Hurray for upgrades!
Hurray for upgrades!
Hurray for upgrades!




The work took me about 5 hours to complete because I spent a lot of time on cable management...
8-Pin CPU Power:
  • Runs behind the motherboard tray

24-Pin ATX:
  • Runs behind the motherboard tray

CPU Fan Connector:
  • Using a NZXT sleeved extender, I have run the extender behind the motherboard tray as well, along with the H50 connected.

F_Audio - Front Panel Audio Header:
  • Since the port on the motherboard for F_Audio was located near the I/O ports, I ran the cable behind the motherboard tray. The F_Audio cable runs over the top of the motherboard, along the side of the H50's radiator's fans, and into the port. You'd never know it was there.

SATA3_6Gb/s:
  • Loving the way the SATA ports face off to the side. Allows for a very easy management resulting in a clean & tidy look.

Conclusion:
  • Aside the motherboard's obvious wonderful technical specifications & future proofed components, the management the board allows is terrific! I have never owned such a great motherboard. Again, I want to thank the CMSSC for all the great input when I was shopping. I simply LOVE this board!
  • As far as the CPU & RAM are concerned, they are doing everything as expected. Not much hardware management with those components, but I am very satisfied with their performances, so far.
  • I'm happy that I now am using a 2GB sticks of RAM. Prior to this upgrade I was using 4x1GB, but now I have room to move up to 8GB of RAM. Particularly enthusiastic about this because of the amount of RAM I will eventually be able to use for my Virtual Machines.

Here are a few more pictures of the motherboard:







Well, now I am off to my User CP to upgrade my sig rig specifications and links.
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post #8212 of 28613
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are they OC'd?
No masta21... I was running vanilla clocks on my 3.1 on my processor and I was not clocking the cards yet.. I wanted to get vanilla results.
    
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Yep, neighbors got one. He's got the same mobo I have & he bought a 550W PSU with it, got his i-7 and had a 9800GT on it. Then he bought 2, 295 video cards, don't ask me why, he only plays WOW on a 24" monitor. He couldn't power the video cards and didn't have any money left over to buy a new 1000watt PSU, so he bought another 550, runs it externally and pipes the wires in through the back of the case. He works at a computer shop, he probably got the 295's real cheap.

Huh, this is typical, I get going and everybody leaves.
Man thats crazy. How does he get the second PSU to power on? Sticking the good ole' paper clip in the mobo green and black wire?
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Man thats crazy. How does he get the second PSU to power on? Sticking the good ole' paper clip in the mobo green and black wire?
Yep, then I see on the PSU forums here that it's not a very wise thing to do as it can ruin the PSU. Well it's been running over a year that way. So, of course being me I had to look more and the PSU can handle it as long as you keep a load on it. He soldered together a rocker switch that powers both PSU's on at the same time, one takes the primary load, the other takes the video card load.


@ All you guys. Ok, come on most of you guys are younger than me. Probably not Enigma.
So, I was surprised when I posted and there was only 2 people on here, on a Friday night.
I just would like one favor when you come back. Please watch this video: http://physxinfo.com/news//1556/hybr...arkham-asylum/
Do you guys see much of a difference in the stuff that goes on in the game when the Physx is on compared to when it's off?? I'd really appreciate it if you can at least check it out and give me an answer.

Wonder where Danny Boy is tonight? Maybe finishing his paint job.

Oh, I'm downloading the Heaven benchmark I'll tell you what one 5870 does in the morning. If enough people ask I'll steal Mindy's 5850 and crossfire it with my card and tell you how they do.

@ Clee. Dude, you can O/C that Mushkin to 1600 easily, you might need to put on a ram fan but Digital Storm O/C's it to 1600+ all the time.

@ Enigma. Where did you download the Heaven benchmark? Mine keeps quitting after 110Mb.

Hi Bradey!!
Edited by BriSleep - 4/9/10 at 11:20pm
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post #8215 of 28613
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Originally Posted by BriSleep View Post
Yep, then I see on the PSU forums here that it's not a very wise thing to do as it can ruin the PSU. Well it's been running over a year that way. So, of course being me I had to look more and the PSU can handle it as long as you keep a load on it. He soldered together a rocker switch that powers both PSU's on at the same time, one takes the primary load, the other takes the video card load.


@ All you guys. Ok, come on most of you guys are younger than me. Probably not Enigma.
So, I was surprised when I posted and there was only 2 people on here, on a Friday night.
I just would like one favor when you come back. Please watch this video: http://physxinfo.com/news//1556/hybr...arkham-asylum/
Do you guys see much of a difference in the stuff that goes on in the game when the Physx is on compared to when it's off?? I'd really appreciate it if you can at least check it out and give me an answer.

Wonder where Danny Boy is tonight? Maybe finishing his paint job.

Oh, I'm downloading the Heaven benchmark I'll tell you what one 5870 does in the morning. If enough people ask I'll steal Mindy's 5850 and crossfire it with my card and tell you how they do.

Hi Bradey!!
Well, if you've never really played a game that uses PhysX, it's hard to explain the effects. That video is pretty crappy quality to begin with. Basically physx does NOT improve the graphics, rather, it allows more things such as destructive environment, movable objects, and basically how things interact within a game. Say if the wind is blowing, grass or a piece of cloth will behave a certain way. Or if you step in a pool of water, the splash will be more realistic. For another example, if you're played COD:MW, when you crawl through the grass as a sniper, IF COD supports PhysX, the grass would bend under your body, rather than looking like you just "pass through it" like it's not even there. I suggest checking out videos of Unreal Tourament 3 and Mirror's Edge to see what effects PhysX has on the game.
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Ok, thanks, I'll have to watch them in the morning. I'm getting yelled at.

I just want one in game video. One that shows Physx on and then off. The order isn't important just want to see the same game on and off.

I've seen lots of videos with it on. I've played Crysis and Crysis Warhead, they both have Physics, through openGL. Or is it CL? Rockr knows which. So I know what it's supposed to do, I just haven't seen it on and off in a game and what the diff is.
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post #8218 of 28613
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Thou Shalt not Covet another mans Sig Rig.. I'm not speaking to anyone but myself.
Appreciate the encouraging words General E!

Thanks everybody for the kind words. Accomplishments' cherry on the top is sharing the experience with you guys.


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I just would like one favor when you come back. Please watch this video: http://physxinfo.com/news//1556/hybr...arkham-asylum/
Do you guys see much of a difference in the stuff that goes on in the game when the Physx is on compared to when it's off?? I'd really appreciate it if you can at least check it out and give me an answer.

@ Clee. Dude, you can O/C that Mushkin to 1600 easily, you might need to put on a ram fan but Digital Storm O/C's it to 1600+ all the time.
Watched the video. I don't see much of a difference. After reading (below) Devilsx's response, it makes more sense. Enhancements of finer details would cause the FPS to lower. Makes sense.

If you can achieve higher details without compromising lag, sounds good to me. That's the whole point right?


As for over-clocking RAM. I am planning on it. Appreciate a user that I can look to for some Q&A. Thanks!

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Well, if you've never really played a game that uses PhysX, it's hard to explain the effects. That video is pretty crappy quality to begin with. Basically physx does NOT improve the graphics, rather, it allows more things such as destructive environment, movable objects, and basically how things interact within a game. Say if the wind is blowing, grass or a piece of cloth will behave a certain way. Or if you step in a pool of water, the splash will be more realistic. For another example, if you're played COD:MW, when you crawl through the grass as a sniper, IF COD supports PhysX, the grass would bend under your body, rather than looking like you just "pass through it" like it's not even there. I suggest checking out videos of Unreal Tourament 3 and Mirror's Edge to see what effects PhysX has on the game.
Sounds like something I would like to experience, hands on.
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I edited the previous post. Found something Better!
Could you imagine a 2 core i7 980x's on the evga dual 1366 socket mobo with two 5970's!?!?!? Dream machine lol
http://www.evga.com/articles/00537/ Mobo sr-2
Holy wow! That is insane, are there any cases that will even have mounts for that MB yet?
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Hi all, I thought I'd update with a few photos of my rig. I posted one a while back when I very first put the system together but it was quickly buried and I wanted to do a bit more cable management and tidying before I updated.

I haven't posted a great deal but I'm reading this thread every day and greatly enjoying it, many thanks to all who put the effort and time in. I've also picked up a lot of nice tips from here and I really appreciate it.

I've been building PC's since ~96 when I got my first Pentium 75. It's amazing that seemed so fast at the time, running Doom 2 super smooth was all I could ever want. How times have changed! Anyway this Scout has given me a new lease of enthusiasm for building since the case is just so amazingly nice to work with and look at. I had to rearrange my desk so I could have it right there side window on display! I don't know if that's sad or just obsessive! Still I expect I'm in good company

Here are a few photos of my rig, and can I join please?






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