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I'm at 4Ghz, but thats because of the multiplier unlock, so i'm at 30x133 (stock 22x133). I haven't played with it too much, but I know I ran into some challenges with the BLCK. I can get it to boot and work fine with the BLCK in the 150/160s and multiplier at 25/26, but prime will not finish. Once I get some more time, I'll be able to continue and try other settings and voltage.
post #1092 of 13159
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It's matx but I haven't quite finished the case.. Can I still join?

that looks awesome. What do you have it on? the box?
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that looks awesome. What do you have it on? the box?
He's making a custom case.
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post #1094 of 13159
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I promise I can do cable management...


My main computer.
albeit your case IS small. it is by no means mATX or itx. that is an ATX board in an ATX case.
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albeit your case IS small. it is by no means mATX or itx. that is an ATX board in an ATX case.
....I know. I was posting that to show that I could do cable management, the rig above it in the dell case is my mATX rig.

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hmmm

your HSF on your CPU looks a bit bent....mounted properly?
It has a bit of room to twist, I just rebuilt it today, and it is straight now.
Edited by Bandrew - 8/25/10 at 4:10pm
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post #1096 of 13159
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....I know. I was posting that to show that I could do cable management, the rig above it in the dell case is my mATX rig.

ooooh okay! i like the dell case one much better anyways. i love it when people come to me for a cheap gaming build. i say, Whatchu gots? they say... HP, dell, e-machines. i can work with that.
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that looks awesome. What do you have it on? the box?
I made a motherboard tray out of some sheet steel and a pci/IO bracket. That tray is just sitting on the PSU and hard drive holder.
post #1098 of 13159
Did some work to my Dell case mATX rig. Its running much cooler now, folding 100% on the CPU and GPU give me 58C on the 8800GT and 60C on the q6600 cores. I added a 120mm fan to the bottom of the case and my Corsair 620HX which helped free up a lot of space. Still could use some cable management, but at least most of it is out of the way now. Its very quiet, even at full load it is quieter than my main rig at idle.
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I have to work on cable management in mine =( but this will get updated soon to look much much much better
post #1100 of 13159
im in need of the smallest possible case i can find.

Just parting a machine together using a Foxconn Irvine Socket 775 board, which makes use of the nvidia 7050 chipset.



also. my board has ferrite core chokes, the HP branded model uses the coils.
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