post more pictures of your setup and also your games and benchmarks
as much i love CF setup here
you might be better off with a single most powerful GPU you can afford
the memory bandwidth on the 390X is 512bit vs the 256bit on the 380
sure dual 380s will beat one 390X
but your GPU esp the top card will run hotter since the heat dump from the bottom 380 will rise and the top 380 will be sucking hot air.
dont mind me fapping to it
please dont report me
fap fap fap
i cam here here for the Fury X
I was not disappointed
damn that water block for the Fury X is sexy
That was my childhood show along with Star Wars
*inserts pokemon wild pokemon theme
a wild GTX690 appeared!!!
Mithyos use rattata
Mithyos throws pokeball at GTX690 but it misses!!!
GTX690 use gust on rattata
Its super effective!
Rattata uses tail whip
GTX690 defenses fell!
Rattata use Quick Attack
Mithyos uses Ultraball
GTX690 has been captured!
you forget to plus the clocks
Great Scott! 1.21 Gigawatts
does you rig need a bolt of lightning to go back to the future? lol
ah i see
most of the PC heres have been retired from since the customer bought new PCs.
i also like tinkering with old PC parts since i dont have much cash to get a new PC and i need to service my loans.
my current LGA775 PCs are still kicking alive till this day.
my PC initially was a Core 2 Duo E7300 and since evolved into a Q6600 HTPC and QX6800 Old school gaming PC.
Never like Ben Affleck as Batman
now thats a name you dont see everyday.
are both PC i see in the pictures the same?
i happen to have the same desktop in my office as well but with dead mobos.
i wish they did
my Q6600 could hit 3GHz easily with DDR3 1333MHz RAM which i got from old HP machines. And it was on the G41 chipset.
the QX6800 and P45 is another different story
just multiplier modifying and it refuse to boot or hangs in Windows.
that case is really cramp which might explain the cables
once you have saved up more cash
invest in a sturdy and more roomy casing
if i were to convert this to japanese term for bread
it will goes like this
I will just eat pan and ramen because I am broke
FSB can be a hit and miss affair since it also affect RAM and PCI-E speeds
note that FSB OC depends on the chipset
LGA775 uses FSB to OC locked CPUs,
like the CPU was running 200MHz FSB
bumping up to 233MHz = 33Mhz x10 = 330MHz jump
ah i see.
back then my original PC was a Core 2 Duo E7300 with 2GB of RAM and some unknown brand 8600GT 512MB.
it has since evolved to 2 PCs using the LGA775 socket as well
one was using donated Gigabyte mobo and 8GB RAM with a sweet Core 2 Extreme QX6800 CPU and a HD6850 GPU
the other was a Q6600 based HTPC which came with the donated mobo
both are monster CPUs during their heydays
well his PC now is itching for game i guess
indie games from Steam are a walk in a park for the PC
how you manage to have so many LGA775 parts?
i am curious
I remember nvidia have chipsets back then for their SLi ready boards
those cost at much as a GPU themselves.
nVidia 790i SLi was like the holy grail of gaming grade mobos
and only the 790i support more than 2 way SLi
but the issue was the chipset runs bloody hot and the 80mm chipset cooler is not doing justice so in comes close loop water cooling the northbridge
that feeling when this kid's rig is more bad *** than most of our rigs combined
you got some good photography skills from the pictures you took
have you tried updating the BIOS of this mobo?
it prob a bad BIOS which cause the OC to reset itself.
also RAID will indeed slow down the boot up time.
also never never ever cheap out on the PSU mate.
that little mistake could cost you your rig if that PSU go bad.
its ok on a super cheap PC build but not when you got a X99 system with a 980Ti
sweet PC for your cool grandpa
does he play games at times?
heavy breathing intensifies!!!
its like RAID 1
both VRAM are mirroring each other
so you only have 2GB VRAM not 4GB
heavy breathing intensifies
my reaction in the pic above
the stock cooler can be quite noisy when the temps ramp up
if noise and temps are a concern in a cheap case, look for the AMD Wraith cooler which is bundled with the FX8370 cpus on Craigslist or Ebay. It able to cool the APU on a cheap budget
I saw a method of managing the cables which you could try
using cable zipper
you might want to look at the Zotac AMP Extreme edition or the Gigabyte G1 extremes
both models are the fastest GTX980Ti in the market now
i was thinking of a full black casing with the front modded to look like Vader's face
as oppose to Stormtrooper white case
damn all theses build looks amazing
no one has made a Darth Vader theme build with Imperial March song playing in the background
inserts Vader heavy breathing
i came, i saw and i like ;)
maybe as a side project
look for the Phenom II CPU and AM3/+ board like Gigabyte boards
some Phenom II CPU while it states it a dual core or triple core, etc
Gigabyte BIOS allows you to unlock the hidden or locked core and you instantly have a quad or hex core CPU for cheap.
some AM3/+ boards will run DDR3 with the Phenom CPU
those were the days AMD CPU were stronger than the Core 2 Duo and Quads since the Phenom were true hex cores
are you going to add SSD too?
coz your system really needs the SSD for faster boot and game loading times
how about name it Green Goblin? :)
ok fair enough
Wheezy2Ez is nowhere to be found
never even see him posted anything, not even a thank you
and no news if he got the prize
so i say do a redraw of the random winner
the heat generated by the AM1 CPU is barely high enough for you to use the aftermarket cooler
there is a chance the duct tape will tear and the PSU will drop onto the table
after your question about the iTX build other 121 users pick the same mobo as you
guess you stood out of those 121 MSI Z170I board pickers
Illuminati? where? ( º ͜ʖ º )
all i see in the number is 69 (¬ᨎ¬)
they make great track cars
look for the MY2004 WRX STi Spec C
those are a gem and runs great if they are kept in tip top shape
but do watch out for broken DCCDs as there are cases of water seeping into them and damaging them and they can be costly to replace.
Subaru Forester 2.0XT 2004 model
yes kinda old but pretty bulletproof engine
AWD system are great for snowy roads but no chance to experience snow driving
check for any build up of snow in the engine and electrical parts
if i were have a nice build in the near future
mine will either be the RB26DETT or the VR38DETT
I a tuner car fan here.
What is your daily driver?
i was asking the same question
Wheezy2Ez never even made a comment.
that title and picture of your build reminds me of a race car
inspired by a Mustang GT twin turbo build?
knowing that you watch Linustechtips from youtube
did you miss this episode?
it was about the GT730 which you have exactly and it get crushed by the iGPU of the Skylake CPU
i believe his mass storage is the 500GB M.2 SSD...
he just went full ****** on the SSD and left with that much for a GT730
need more pictures of your bee
i remember someone has done it
it only bring around 2-3 degrees drop in temps
the stock fan is a in between the airflow and static pressure fan
i could not find any fan of similar spec even under the Coolermaster range
ok it looks like it the current price
kinda make me wonder will dual 980Tis be better value and more better for 4K?
it looks like you are a big movie buff because i see your corridor filled with movie posters
Chucky was the classic doll horror movie before Annabelle came in.
the screen on the right is Miku right?
yellowjacket as in the bee?
the 212X is one beefy cooler
it kept my 130W TDP QX6800 at 60+ degrees at load
you should be able to push your A10 to at least 4.6GHz and above
i heard some could hit 4.8GHz with decent cooling but most likely water cooling
yea I also a fan of the F1 wheel from Trustmaster but it lack the LEDs and buttons like the actual wheel
but bummer was the modder has disappeared. some complain that they were scammed into paying the deposit but no product arrive.
I more of a Ferrari fanboy here and needed one badly for my F1 game and project cars when i drive those GT race cars.
interest the wheel is mount less but i will opt for the G27 style system which has the 3 pedals and gear stick. Need For Speed and Initial D got me into racing and always wanted to drive like Takumi Fujiwara doing the heel toe method.
your racing sim setup is wicked man
rather than interested in your PC setup
I am more interested in the wheel you used there
I bookmarked a guy who could mod the Trustmaster T500 RS F1 wheel with the LED lights similar to the actual F1 steering wheel.
was your wheel a mod of an original wheel or its a off the shelf model?
I am a sim racer myself here