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post #11 of 30
Nice build Blade, cant wait to see you folding on it
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Originally Posted by Bastiaan_NL View Post
Nice build Blade, cant wait to see you folding on it
Haha

Thanks, I just wanted to ask how did you do your OC. I upped the Bclk to 101MHz and multi at 47x making it 4.75GHz but I need 1.325V for that and temps get in the 68*C area after 100x LinX runs. Is this normal, because I thought these chips ran really cool .

Also I might fold for the Chimp Challenge next month I guess. That is if my CPU is stable enough
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nice subed
    
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post #14 of 30
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nice subed
Thanks.

Wow, this CPU is blazing fast @ 4.75GHz. I went from 26.5k GPU score to 37k GPU score in Vantage. Each game feels really smooth too.
post #15 of 30
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And the final pics!

First I want to show some gratitude to my old S775 setup for serving me over 2 years




Then, here's the Antec Kühler 620 installed






And please bear with me, I'm really bad at cable management. I really don't know how I'll fix this, but I plan to work on it in the weekend. Some suggestions would be really nice

Anyways, here's the inside:





And the build completed:





post #16 of 30
thats a nice looking case
i will post (if i dont forget) some pics after installing a waterblock, 12 leds with switch and new reservoir
post #17 of 30
damn that bottom is a rat-nest
rest looks awesome

but you really should take some time for that cable management,
it would really look a lot better

try and hide the cables behind the mobo, gpu, hdd's and everything else that has some space behind it
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post #18 of 30
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Originally Posted by [T]yphoon View Post
thats a nice looking case
i will post (if i dont forget) some pics after installing a waterblock, 12 leds with switch and new reservoir
Thanks

Quote:
Originally Posted by Psycho666 View Post
damn that bottom is a rat-nest
rest looks awesome

but you really should take some time for that cable management,
it would really look a lot better

try and hide the cables behind the mobo, gpu, hdd's and everything else that has some space behind it
Yeah, I know right

Some of the cables are really short and the front panel cables are really hideous
post #19 of 30
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Originally Posted by TheBlademaster01 View Post
Haha

Thanks, I just wanted to ask how did you do your OC. I upped the Bclk to 101MHz and multi at 47x making it 4.75GHz but I need 1.325V for that and temps get in the 68*C area after 100x LinX runs. Is this normal, because I thought these chips ran really cool .

Also I might fold for the Chimp Challenge next month I guess. That is if my CPU is stable enough
You dont want to know how I did that
Well, I selected the 4.8ghz auto oc, added some volts cause the auto oc voltage wasnt enough to get it stable, and there it is
Maxing at 65c with the h50.
Has been folding for 15 days -smp 8 -bigadv and not a single crash.

The rig looks pretty good.
The best way to hide the cables is do them one by one, look what the best way is to guide a cable, and do that for every single one.
Might take some time, but the result is awesome
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post #20 of 30
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Originally Posted by Bastiaan_NL View Post
You dont want to know how I did that
Well, I selected the 4.8ghz auto oc, added some volts cause the auto oc voltage wasnt enough to get it stable, and there it is
Maxing at 65c with the h50.
Has been folding for 15 days -smp 8 -bigadv and not a single crash.

The rig looks pretty good.
The best way to hide the cables is do them one by one, look what the best way is to guide a cable, and do that for every single one.
Might take some time, but the result is awesome
Wow 65*C, that's cool. How much volts did you use?
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