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post #21 of 13311 (permalink) Old 12-19-2009, 04:36 PM
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Here is my little contribution + update to my system










more pictures of it here
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XFire 5870 in THAT!? :O
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Those two 5870s can't be getting much air. Have you encountered any overheating problems?



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damn, nice rigs y'all have.
i'm in the midst of building my new rig in an mATX CM Elite 341.
nothing custom, but it's my first complete build



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Here is my little contribution + update to my system










more pictures of it here
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Looks amazing, but man i feel bad for those poor cards, gotta be HOT! props to ya for cramming all that in there!

mad.gifsozo.gifSTOP raging about games and their graphics, without first playing the final product!!! Makes you look like immature 12 year olds kungfu.gifkungfu.gif
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5870s run really cool, I don't think he has any problems.

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I keep all my passwords on a floppy disk, security through obscurity.


And yeah, airflow is an issue considering it's only got 2 92mm fan holes. I cut the grills out though.
external floppy drive= $10.....
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Nice systems y'all have.

My new LAN party rig is composed of the following parts:
Core i7 920
MSI X58M
3GB Corsair DDR3-1600
Thermaltake Big Typhoon VX (with a bolt-thru kit)
BFG GTX 285
BFG LS-550 PSU
1TB Seagate 7200.12 HDD (short stroked to 300GB)
750GB Samsung F1 HDD for data
random (Samsung?) DVDRW
Cooler Master Elite 341 micro ATX case

I just built it recently and was going to debut it at a LAN party today. This morning I even booted it up to download the Razer mouse drivers. Bring it to the LAN party, it won't power on. Not no POST, but won't power on. Motherboard power button LED lights up, but that's it. Good thing the LAN was just a few miles from home, so I went back to get my old LAN party rig (Xeon E3110, Foxconn G45 chipset board, 8GB RAM, GTS 250, Antec NSK3480, etc.).
try turning on your PSU. put a paperclip inside the 24 pins of: ANY black wire, and the green wire, or plug it in to a nice PSU tester. if it turns on, that eliminates at least one part as to why your compter won't turn on. did you check your spaghetti headers (the power switch, reset switch, pwr led, hdd led, spkr and whatnot on sually the bottom mright corner of the mobo)? if tghe PSU turns on then you eally might wanna look that over, all you need to do is touch something conductive on the pwr switch header like a screwdriver.

if both of those solutions fail then you could have a dead board, or damaged capacitors, many other possible variables to consider.
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