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  1. Posts : 162
    Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit Service Pack 1
       #1871

    Punkster said:
    Hello, Forum!

    A few days ago I did a clean Windows 7 install so I took a little apart my PC

    Then re-did the wiring and came out pretty tight! I strongly believe this is my best wiring to date

    Of course, I was hungry after that so I made a little snack Double Ham/Cheese Burger with all the toys needed to satisfy my deadly appetite

    Cheers

    P.
    I think that's the best wiring job I've seen to date. Certainly blows my last custom build away. Nice Job!
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  2. Posts : 278
    Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit)
       #1872

    My 'lil beasty


    Not the "latest or greatest" but here it is
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  3. Posts : 11,425
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64
       #1873

    gldndragn,
    Great board, cpu, psu, ram, cooler, gpu and case wiring. You've done well and having had the 965 in my rig I can attest to it's top shelf performance. Clean efficient rig that screams and didn't break the bank...excellent!
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  4. Posts : 278
    Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit)
       #1874

    Thanks a whole lot for the kudos. I think that the board is holding me back a bit on the OC, but could be the chip as well. I was tryin for 4.4, but no go. I will be upgrading the mobo and GPU when I have the $$$$, it will stay as is for now. It does, however, blow through EVERYTHING I throw at it with flyin colors.
    It took almost an hour to do the wiring right. I am pleased with the end results.
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  5. Posts : 26,465
    Windows 11 Pro
       #1875

    gldndragn,Welcome to Seven Forums. Very nice job, looks real good. Well done.
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  6. Posts : 11,425
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64
       #1876

    gldndragn welcome to SF,
    4.4 is very aggressive and likely it's the H60 holding that back as well. Voltage, voltage, voltage.....heat...heat and more heat. I miss my 965 really is some ways but as my board was FX ready it was always a next phase to a low cost 8 core and it's clocking to 4.7 when weather permits.
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  7. Posts : 278
    Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit)
       #1877

    linnemeyerhere said:
    gldndragn welcome to SF,
    4.4 is very aggressive and likely it's the H60 holding that back as well. Voltage, voltage, voltage.....heat...heat and more heat. I miss my 965 really is some ways but as my board was FX ready it was always a next phase to a low cost 8 core and it's clocking to 4.7 when weather permits.
    I dont recall that my h60 wasnt cooling it well, but it wont load into windows without restarting right as my desktop loads. No bsod, no freeze....just an instant reboot. Mayhaps I need a little more cpu v.
    I will give that a shot.
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  8. Posts : 53,678
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #1878

    Punkster said:
    Hello, Forum!

    A few days ago I did a clean Windows 7 install so I took a little apart my PC

    Then re-did the wiring and came out pretty tight! I strongly believe this is my best wiring to date

    Of course, I was hungry after that so I made a little snack Double Ham/Cheese Burger with all the toys needed to satisfy my deadly appetite

    Cheers

    P.
    Very nice Punkster

    gldndragn said:
    Not the "latest or greatest" but here it is
    Very nice rig gldndragn

    A Guy
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  9. Posts : 70
    Windows 7 Ultimate X64
       #1879

    gldndragn said:
    Not the "latest or greatest" but here it is
    I have the H60 cooler as well. Did you see a big difference with the second fan?
    I was thinking about doing a push/pull setup. Right now it just has the stock fan pulling air away out the back.
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  10. Posts : 278
    Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit)
       #1880

    chromatica said:
    gldndragn said:
    Not the "latest or greatest" but here it is
    I have the H60 cooler as well. Did you see a big difference with the second fan?
    I was thinking about doing a push/pull setup. Right now it just has the stock fan pulling air away out the back.
    Yes I did, I upgraded to two cooljag everflaw 120 mm fans. Needed to get a pwm fan splitter to run both off of the cpu fan header on my mobo. It took load temps from around 55c down to around 45c-48c
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