• Pictures of Your Computer v7
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[QUOTE=Goz3rr;34962352]I just said, i don't need any higher clocks, and the stock clocks on 2500k's are [del]3.4[/del] 3.3 GHz, not 3.7. Get your facts right.[/QUOTE] Im referring to the turbo clock of 3.7 (you're turbo is taking you to 3.5) which is 100% correct, perhaps you should know the facts before telling me to get them right. And I dont understand why you would pay extra for the K version if think its clocked high enough.
[QUOTE=Goz3rr;34956454] This is while playing BF3: [img]http://puu.sh/j7wJ[/img][/QUOTE] BF3 as well. [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/TM2US.png[/IMG] Using a V6GT at 30% fan speed. Only goes up about 10C. [editline]2nd March 2012[/editline] Kinda weird but oh well.
[QUOTE=Brt5470;34963999]The fuck do you live?[/QUOTE] Netherlands
[QUOTE=Makol;34964251]BF3 as well. [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/TM2US.png[/IMG] Using a V6GT at 30% fan speed. Only goes up about 10C. [editline]2nd March 2012[/editline] Kinda weird but oh well.[/QUOTE] " Load 2 % " ?
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[QUOTE=jaybuz;34972817][/QUOTE] what do you think of those apple mice? I personally find them impossible to use
It's pretty cool. It allows many shortcut features without 10+ buttons. It's a mouse with touch surface. Do you have trouble using a touchscreen mobile device? Probably not worth the money but it came with the mac so I'm loving it.
[QUOTE=ItWasNiceToKnow;34972788]" Load 2 % " ?[/QUOTE] Ever heard of atl-tab? The point was showing the Max, not the load or minimum.
[QUOTE=ItWasNiceToKnow;34972788]" Load 2 % " ?[/QUOTE] If you alt tab out? Also it still records max temps after you have closed the game you know.. [editline]3rd March 2012[/editline] oh wow didnt notice makols reply at all.
I decided to take a better picture of my pc in the dark. [img]http://img18.mediafire.com/165f77688972bda71d01439cd55256ae0a4fe5c55e019eb427137eacf0cc15536g.jpg[/img] (my room isn't as bright as on the picture)
[QUOTE=Internetianer;34981728]I decided to take a better picture of my pc in the dark. [img]http://img18.mediafire.com/165f77688972bda71d01439cd55256ae0a4fe5c55e019eb427137eacf0cc15536g.jpg[/img] (my room isn't as bright as on the picture)[/QUOTE] your computer looks like it has eyes and a very scary mouth
Feed me more LED's, mortal human.
New case and graphics cards. Upgrading when Ivy bridge comes out and might go over to Kepler after thats released and do a water cooled system. Also this case is fucking amazing for cable management. [t]http://i.imgur.com/pBAbd.jpg[/t]
Today, I'm going to rebuild my computer in my 600T. Hoping to get my H100 rad in there and skipping the cold cathode I have. Possibly making my own two-three LEDs for putting in the case. Pictures later :smile:
[QUOTE=buffalo bill;34986079]New case and graphics cards. Upgrading when Ivy bridge comes out and might go over to Kepler after thats released and do a water cooled system. Also this case is fucking amazing for cable management. [t]http://i.imgur.com/pBAbd.jpg[/t][/QUOTE] are you really putting that much load on a coolmax PSU if you're going to gamble, don't gamble with your PC [url]http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story4&reid=106[/url] and the 700W version of the same line exploded [quote][url]http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=68[/url] The real fun happened, yet again, in test seven. The SunMoon was only about a minute into the test, when the Green Power decided it was time for a spectacular light, sound, and smoke show. BANG! After airing out the lab, we took the CUG-700B apart to see what had happened. ... A picture of the modular connector PCB. Here, we can finally see what blew. Take a close look - can you guess what went up around all that fuzziness in the center of the picture? C'mon... guess. Seriously... take a guess. Hey! Rotten peaches really hurt! The brown fuzz marks the location of what used to be a Teapo capacitor, which had been launched straight off the board and into the fan.[/quote]
[QUOTE=reapaninja;34990894]are you really putting that much load on a coolmax PSU if you're going to gamble, don't gamble with your PC [url]http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story4&reid=106[/url] and the 700W version of the same line exploded[/QUOTE] Am I safe with a corsair 1000w?
[QUOTE=Civil;34993370]Am I safe with a corsair 1000w?[/QUOTE]You surely wont need 1000W for two 560ti's but Corsair's PSUs are high quality.
[QUOTE=reapaninja;34990894]are you really putting that much load on a coolmax PSU if you're going to gamble, don't gamble with your PC [url]http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story4&reid=106[/url] and the 700W version of the same line exploded[/QUOTE] Not for that long, ordered a new power supply yesterday (hooray for paychecks!!!) and will be getting a Corsair AX1200 sometime this week. For now it may seem like an excess but I plan on a watercooled system with at least two 680s.
[QUOTE=dije;34993627]You surely wont need 1000W for two 560ti's but Corsair's PSUs are high quality.[/QUOTE] Corsair lost their OEM with SeaSonic and now use CWT. Brand wise he's better off with Antec and XFX for quality/price. Wattage wise he's definitely fine with a 650 watt PSU.
[QUOTE=buffalo bill;34994489]Not for that long, ordered a new power supply yesterday (hooray for paychecks!!!) and will be getting a Corsair AX1200 sometime this week. For now it may seem like an excess but I plan on a watercooled system with at least two 680s.[/QUOTE] ya man that watercooling takes AT LEAST 600 watts, right?
[QUOTE=buffalo bill;34994489]Not for that long, ordered a new power supply yesterday (hooray for paychecks!!!) and will be getting a Corsair AX1200 sometime this week. For now it may seem like an excess but I plan on a watercooled system with at least two 680s.[/QUOTE]so much money wasted
Wahh look at me I'm someone with an opinion of their own, wahh I'm wrong and you're right. My fucking money so deal with it.
REPOST from CIPWKKIT thread. I'll just leave this here: Long story short, I installed windows 8, noticed my 1ghz capable vanilla 580 was acting stupid, did all sorts of tests short of installing 7 again... used a flashlight checked the PCB, noticed there was residue on it, shined light onto the fitting above it.... My heart dropped, there was water leaking onto the 580, freaking out, took it apart cleaned the pcb, slapped on the stock cooler, and realized FUCK, i have a modded bios on it so that ruins the chances of RMA again unless I flash it to stock. Stuck it into my old Q6600 platform, and voila it booted, furmark stable and everything was good. Pieced everything back together and I get this: ( actually this was during the strip down process ) [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/e6hcn.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ydWe6.jpg[/IMG] I'm uploading a video right now demonstrating 1080P gpu accelerated playback onto an old 1080P 120HZ toshiba regza tv, and god damn, the 5.1 surround system sounds nice.
[QUOTE=buffalo bill;34996042]Wahh look at me I'm someone with an opinion of their own, wahh I'm wrong and you're right. My fucking money so deal with it.[/QUOTE]if your opinion is that you need that much power then that's stupidity. and yeah you're wrong. so deal with it. oh yeah it is, but you just wasted "your" fucking money so
[QUOTE=ClaBrendon;34999184]if your opinion is that you need that much power then that's stupidity. and yeah you're wrong. so deal with it. oh yeah it is, but you just wasted "your" fucking money so[/QUOTE] high overhead = improved stability, no exceptions. he's making a worthwhile purchase in my opinion
[QUOTE=ButtsexV3;34999406]high overhead = improved stability, no exceptions. he's making a worthwhile purchase in my opinion[/QUOTE]1200 is a bit to overhead.
An AX750 can deliver up to over 900 watts.
[QUOTE=ButtsexV3;34999406]high overhead = improved stability, no exceptions. he's making a worthwhile purchase in my opinion[/QUOTE] you make it sound like someone running SLI 560s on 750W gets lockups all the time
[video=youtube;-B_qWkvmyAA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-B_qWkvmyAA[/video] Here's that video
[QUOTE=ButtsexV3;34999406]high overhead = improved stability, no exceptions. he's making a worthwhile purchase in my opinion[/QUOTE] No he's not. Dramatically overcompensating on a power supply is ridiculous and is never a worthwhile investment.
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