Correct. My timings are 16-18-18-38, 1.35V
Thanks! Once I get a new ribbon cable so I can use the screen on my camera I'll take some RAWs as well and put them through Lightroom.
I'm not temp restricted on anything, I just can't pump enough voltage to go further. On older drivers the GPU maxxes out at 1200mhz core and 545mhz on HBM, only hitting 68C, and my CPU hits 3.9GHz at 1.425V.
Well, he's one of my best buddies, and he was desperately needing an upgrade and had enough for CPU and mobo, but RAM prices are hella high. So I let him borrow 2 8GB sticks. I wasn't using any of them when I lent them to him, bought the RAM before the board and processor.
It's a bit behind the 1070, but not far, and I vastly prefer Radeon Crimson over the Nvidia suite. Not really into mining too much since the PC goes in my room and getting toasty.
I'll try to add another one or two once I'm home again, only had one photo on my phone from my good camera.
Thanks! Wanted to mess about with a free camera I got, but the screen is broken on it and I can't control the settings, so this is the only good photo I got, but I thought since it snowed it would be a great shot.
I usually have the LEDs themed around the time of year so I feel festive in my dark basement.
Drives and Fury were both bought when I had the X99 setup, look at the price on the Fury, which is actually a really solid card for the price, beating a 1060 and RX580.
It can handle a hell of a workload for sure. Multiple Plex streams of 1080p blu-ray rips, ftp server being accessed by multiple clients to download Halo CE, and running a Discord bot in 3 different servers without breaking a sweat, that's what I call hella nice.
No, cause it just uses the clips.
It's quiet, and effective.
Plex actually has a linux server client.
It's the OG Wraith
Thanks, it honestly kicks ***, and with VCore being safe up to 1.5V (though QPI can only take 1.35V before degredation, no high speed cache foe me...) I still have .11V of headroom and 10C of headroom as well.
CPU fans are also intakes, The turbulent air causes dust not to settle, and the rear ML 120 does a good job of pulling the hot air out quickly. GPU hits 75C, CPU is hitting about 73C.
Fantastic. I play at 1080p 144hz. In GTA V at all high settings with 2x MSAA I get around 110FPS. CPU is extremely helpful.
I'm honestly considering keeping it and selling the X99 parts I get back from RMA.
Did that actually, it's just hidden in the photo.
I'm running an i7 920 and an RX 480, at a high enough clock, these older chips are fine. I'm at 4GHz, with the GPU at 1425/2250, and it runs like a dream, beating out the 970 with ease, and keeping up with a stock 980.
You don't need speakers if you hook up to a TV, because HDMI Audio, same as an XBone, Keyboard and mouse can be picked up for like $5 at a thrift store, or most people have them laying around. You can land a Windows 10 key online for like $10.
Why should I limit myself to new parts anyway when I can get a better deal used? But you know what, **** it, I'll try to get close.
Alright, I got a total of $270.24 before shipping, I'd say it's pretty ******* close, and steam sales put you ahead. It ain't a great CPU, but it should get the job done well enough.
Yeah, extra $100 gets you a used 290/x
The XBone performs about the same as an HD 7770 actually. But yeah, he wasn't super happy.
Thanks! It helps heat my room now that I've got an RX 480 in my main rig instead of a Hawaii card.
No clue, but for $20 what do I care. Zip-ties for life yo
I had a 990FX Sabertooth a little over a year ago. Ran my FX-8320 at 4.8GHz at 1.452V 24/7 on an H105.
Hell yeah, Modern Synthesis is dope as hell.
Because it's the battlestation, it's the laptop pictured.
The actual one on the CPU
I used NT-H1 on it. The biggest issue is the paste under the IHS was applied in a terrible manner, and I'm not going to delid a clients CPU.
Ok, so a while back, intel stopped soldering the heat spreader to the actual die itself, opting for thermal paste. That can be applied in a ****** manner, causing some cores to be hotter than others. Only way to fix that is to remove the heat spreader, which can damage the CPU, I won't be doing that for a client to say the least.
I would, but unfortunately the TIM under the IHS was applied terribly by Intel. Core 1 is 10C hotter than Core 4
Yep. I can run at over 3000 with the right timings.
It's because I'm at 4.5GHz. That's why I ordered the new fans, 2 NF-F12's isn't sufficient enough, but when I tagged on more powerful fans temps dropped by 8C.
That was actually some people's reaction at a LAN we had a few days ago. He has a Pentium III Sticker on it now along with a custom made Voodoo 2 Sticker. It looks and performs in a balling way.
Pretty much. The most important things to me are what I use. If I can navigate without tripping all is well.
Part of it is my ****** camera. I used my Moto X 2014, I'm hopefully buying the Moto X Style once it comes out.
1.050V and 40 on the multiplier.
He had to rewire the connectors himself. He's still working on the HDD activity led
The 390 is treating me great. Runs cool, and doesn't seem to have any problems.
They are usable, the H105 isn't on the top because of how the case goes together, just wouldn't fit right.
Mainly for USB and being newer.
He's actually considering buying one of the new Model M's. He has a Logitech G502 for his mouse though.
Sorry about the quality, my phone has a ****** camera (2014 Moto X).
First we took a look at the case, and we decided where we wanted vents to go. We designed a vent pattern using a pen and paper, and then photocopied it. We taped both designs where they needed after measuring the rad. We tapped each individual hole to have a place to start the drill and drilled out all the holes. We cut out the hard drive bays to have room, and mounted the hard drive with velco iirc. To get the rad in place he took a sheet of acrylic, and cut it to match the shape of the inside of the case. Then he screwed the fans and rad onto the acrylic. The acrylic sits on the guide rail for the case cover, so it's a bit difficult to put on. The motherboard was fairly easy, only needed to change the location of a few standoffs, which we had to add in ourselves.
In the future we are considering getting the acrylic professionally cut. We need to sand down the vents, but we need to find paint that matches the current paint first.
About 62C after running at full load for a couple hours.
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