Originally Posted by staryoshi
Given your setup and resolution, you should be able to run the game @ high settings with 2-4x AA/AF and HBAO enabled, I would think. You'll see gains from overclocking the graphics card, too.
And yes, the Twin Frozr II design is awesome.
the default video settings in bc2 had pretty much what you said. 4x aa and 2x af as well as detail levels maxed out.
unfortunately, i do not plan on overclocking this system. i want default settings 24/7 for this build.
Originally Posted by SirBash
Nice build. Hope you enjoy it!
You can probably use some twist ties and clean up the psu wires a little bit if you wanted.
will do, the psu came with several zip ties. i am going to attempt to clean up the psu cables some, but it will be in a few days after i test everything out. i'd hate to zip tie everything in place just to have to undo it for some reason later on.
i've also thought about adding at least one case fan. i don't really have any way to monitor temps in the case (at least not for the cpu since it was unlocked), and i don't think the 560 is going to get too hot any time soon. the back of the case has a 120mm fan blowing air out of the case. there are two 120mm slots on the side panel, and a 120mm slot in the bottom front of the case. i was thinking a single 120mm fan in the bottom front, blowing air into the case might do some good. or possibly one fan on the side panel blowing on to the cpu. i mean, since the system will be running stock clocks 24/7, i'm not even sure i need the extra cooling.Edited by psi_guy - 2/13/11 at 11:52pm