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3D logos for my case :-) I made it in my work485

where are you going to put them??
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where are you going to put them??

on the front side of the case, somewhere over the corsair logo, and there'll be photos here :-) Sorry for my bad English :-)
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Hello Everybody :-) I´m new member on this forum. My case still under construction. New photo:
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Nice setup. I used to have msi board with 600t but I was having problems with voltages in the bios so I returned for the one I have now.

Now that I noticed it, I thought Id mention that your boards looks almost exactly like my old board the MSI 990FXA GD-80. Almost identical. Except for the heatsink under the socket is missing with heat pipe that runs to main heatsink. They definitely make some very nice looking boards but the reason I returned because I just got Bulldozer and they just didnt work right together at first and I needed something that did right then. They probably work great together now but when BD first release was horrible. Although I was able to overclock pretty high even though stability issues.

All in all, nice setup.
Edited by mikezachlowe2004 - 1/12/12 at 7:52am
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Having just passed my birthday, i have some money to blow on my new build. What things should i get that would give me the biggest boost in performance, budget for everything is about $700 and i want to maximize it because this doesnt happen often. My rigs in my sig.
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Having just passed my birthday, i have some money to blow on my new build. What things should i get that would give me the biggest boost in performance, budget for everything is about $700 and i want to maximize it because this doesnt happen often. My rigs in my sig.

another 6950 and a SSD definitely.
 
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THAT WAS FAST lol,. I have a corsair force GT 120gb boot drive, its new so I have not updated the rig yet, but would switching the full system to SSD help?
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Having just passed my birthday, i have some money to blow on my new build. What things should i get that would give me the biggest boost in performance, budget for everything is about $700 and i want to maximize it because this doesnt happen often. My rigs in my sig.

Another 6950 like stated above.
Faster RAM
Definitely 128GB SSD for OS

If you dont need a better monitor I would go with an ROG board. They have tons of features and more overclocking potential.

Custom Water Loop

Just some ideas.
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Personally I don't think faster RAM will give you much of a performance boost. I have been reading some reviews of the new quad kits and I'm not impressed at all. They're way over priced for very little performance boost.

I would recommend an added 6950 as well, and personally I would recommend a 120 Hz monitor. With two 6950s you should be able to get a pretty good refresh rate, and the 120Hz monitor would open the upgrade path for 3D.

If I were you, I would pick this:

http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX36969 (this comes with 3D glasses)

Personally I would want a 27", but on your budget you should be able to get the monitor above and another HD6950.

Just make sure you look around and see if you can find any better deals.

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For you fellows wanting to upgrade your fan controllers. Remove the controller, and get the number off of the transistor. That's likely what has gone bad (you could try asking Corsair George what part is the most common problem when these controllers turn to the Dark Side).

Once you have the number, Google the datasheet. This will tell you what type of transistor it is, and allow you to search out either a compatible transistor or one that has a little more power handling capability (remember, not too big you still have to mount it).

It should be either an N-type or P-type MOSFET or FET, or an NPN or PNP transistor.

You can find a lot of substitutes at: http://www.nteinc.com/

If you cannot find a sub (look for their cross reference) then you will have to select a sub by use of datasheets. Look up the same type of transistor with increased power handling.

Don't forget, you can always add a small heatsink as well. Hell, if you wanted to, you could use wires to connect the transistor to the board and mount it on the case against the metal and actually use the case as the heatsink if you get one in a TO220 type package that allows you to screw it to a heatsink or the case.

If you do that make sure you try and get a transistor with a plastic or ceramic back and not a metal back. If you can't do that get a mylar backing with the transistor. Put TIM between the mylar and the case as well as between the mylar and the transistor. This is to isolate the transistor electrically from the case. It should also come with a plastic collar for the screw and may also come with a nut and bolt (for metal backed transistors only).

If you mount it to the board make sure the pinout is the same (it's usually C-E-B for a regular transistor but may be different).

You cable-sleeving guys should check out the sweet mini heat gun on that NTE page.

LOL, another edit.

The "quickcross" at the bottom of the page is their free crossreference software.
Edited by Mergatroid - 1/12/12 at 5:26pm
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Personally I don't think faster RAM will give you much of a performance boost. I have been reading some reviews of the new quad kits and I'm not impressed at all. They're way over priced for very little performance boost.
I would recommend an added 6950 as well, and personally I would recommend a 120 Hz monitor. With two 6950s you should be able to get a pretty good refresh rate, and the 120Hz monitor would open the upgrade path for 3D.
If I were you, I would pick this:
http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX36969 (this comes with 3D glasses)
Personally I would want a 27", but on your budget you should be able to get the monitor above and another HD6950.
Just make sure you look around and see if you can find any better deals.
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Yeah to be honest I really dont know how the different ram speeds work with the SB chips. The SB I work with runs 1333Mhz ram and Ive never looked into upgrading it cause its not mine and Im not putting money towards something that not mine. I know for my FX chip that ram speeds do show increases in performance thats why I said that. Anyway, if that true then dont worry about what I said.
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Yeah, I just mentioned the quad kits because they're so fast. But when you see the reviews compared to 1600 DRAM the performance increase really wasn't very much. That's why I don't think adding faster RAM would help all that much.

For me personally the best performance boost I've had in years is from the SSD I installed as a boot drive.
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