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Started by Brent, May 02, 2008, 07:36:13 AM

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EK3 Ferio

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EK3 Ferio

More tweaking, better wire management, some hardware upgrades, new benchmarks. ;D








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ConanĀ®

Benjie I'm curious why you went with an ATI video card. Don't the current Nvidia cards offer better performance?

EK3 Ferio

The ATI 4870 is both faster and cheaper than its GTX260 counterpart.

A 4870X2 in Crossfire is faster than the GTX280 in Tri-SLi and cheaper at the same time. Bang for the high performance card. :thumbsup:

Nvidia's current high end cards are waaay overpriced at same time underperforming. The GTX280 is faster than 4870 but only by so little but the price diff is proportional to the performance diff. :violent5:
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Tambutsoo

October 04, 2008, 11:51:34 AM #34 Last Edit: October 04, 2008, 11:53:15 AM by Tambutsoo









@EK3 Ferio


ang linis ng pc mo bro  nice :)

Brent

Wow Benjie! Super clean wiring! Parang engine bay na naka wire-tuck. I have a feeling, I don't want to open my PC and do something like that, dahil baka kung ano nanaman maisipan kong palitan.  ;D

Grabe ang tataas ng FSB niyo ah!

Tambutsoo 1800mhz!  :notworthy: then again, you're running watercooled, so I guess there's enough juice to cool that hot processor.

EK3 Ferio

November 26, 2008, 12:24:25 PM #36 Last Edit: November 27, 2008, 07:47:19 AM by EK3 Ferio
Thanks guys! :D

My latest OC results. Intel [email protected] 422fsb 9.5 multi 1.4Vcore.  :alien:

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Brent

Just upgraded one of the office rigs tonight. Nothing too fancy. Pics to follow...

Here's the specs:

Asus P5Q SE Plus
Intel E7500 2.93Ghz Core2Duo
Powercolor ATI4650 1GB DDR2
Corsair XMS2 2x2GB DDR800
WD 640GB Green Power
LiteOn 24x DVD-writer SATA
HEC Win+Power 550W PSU
4-year old LianLi PC-07 casing

DTNS

January 11, 2011, 02:06:35 AM #38 Last Edit: January 11, 2011, 02:22:33 AM by DTNS
My Rig:







Specs:

Cooler Master Elite 430 Black
HEC Couger 700W CM
MSI 880GMA-E45
AMD Phenom II X6 1055T 2.8Ghz (3.3Ghz Turbo Mode)
4GB (Dual) DDR3-1600 G.Skill RipJaws Cl9
640GB Western Digital Caviar Black 64MB SATA HD
LG Super-Multi External DVD-RW
TP-Link TL-WN821 WiFi-N 300Mbps USB Adapter
X-Mini Capsule Speaker
Logitech MK250 Wireless Desktop


Recently Sold:
Sapphire HD 5770 1GB 128bit/ GDDR5 Vapor-X Edition

Post Merge: January 11, 2011, 02:22:32 AM

My Rig's 3dMark "Virgin" Test Results: (all stock)


aid03

Mine is nothing compared to all you guys' computers... Im not a big gamer and just use them for browsing the internet or playing movies or music.

Main PC in the room. It's a Compaq PC that I bought a few years ago and started upgrading it after I bought it. Haven't done anything to it recently except upgrade OS to win7. Probably just needs a new video card. :)
Factory Mobo, factory 17" LCD
AMD dual core 2.9GHz                             
750GB HDD, 3GB RAM
X1650 Sapphire Video Card - 512MB 128bit (it's old lol)
550W Logisys PSU
7.1 Rocketfish Sound Card
Logitech 5.1 X540 Speakers




PC in the living room. Just to watch movies. Originally wanted a smaller case but the description of the case where I bought it online was a little misleading.
Biostar MicroATX
3.4 Dual core Intel
3GB RAM, 120GB HDD
4650HD Sapphire - 512MB 128bit
7.1 Rocketfish Sound Card
4.1 Logisys Speakers
575W Logisys PSU




Just wanna share a pic of my garage. Will probably put another desktop here instead of the netbook.


DTNS

new acquisition: Sapphire HD 6850 1GB 256bit GDDR5!


installation:





3dMark06 retest:  ;D

R-A-Y

Quote from: aid03 on January 13, 2011, 04:54:13 AM
Mine is nothing compared to all you guys' computers... Im not a big gamer and just use them for browsing the internet or playing movies or music.

Main PC in the room. It's a Compaq PC that I bought a few years ago and started upgrading it after I bought it. Haven't done anything to it recently except upgrade OS to win7. Probably just needs a new video card. :)
Factory Mobo, factory 17" LCD
AMD dual core 2.9GHz                             
750GB HDD, 3GB RAM
X1650 Sapphire Video Card - 512MB 128bit (it's old lol)
550W Logisys PSU
7.1 Rocketfish Sound Card
Logitech 5.1 X540 Speakers




PC in the living room. Just to watch movies. Originally wanted a smaller case but the description of the case where I bought it online was a little misleading.
Biostar MicroATX
3.4 Dual core Intel
3GB RAM, 120GB HDD
4650HD Sapphire - 512MB 128bit
7.1 Rocketfish Sound Card
4.1 Logisys Speakers
575W Logisys PSU




Just wanna share a pic of my garage. Will probably put another desktop here instead of the netbook.



I'm more interested with the wireless keyboard you got ;D What is that and how is its performance within 10-15ft?

aid03

January 14, 2011, 05:42:36 AM #42 Last Edit: January 14, 2011, 05:53:23 AM by aid03
hey ray, the keyboard is an adesso 2.4ghz wireless keyboard with trackball. as far as range goes, i can use the keyboard anywhere in the house and it would pick it up. i tried using it in the garage to turn the computer off and it works. that was at least 50-60ft away from the computer with the doors closed and walls. supposedly i can use it up to 100ft away. there's a part on the keyboard that if you accidentally hold it or cover then it won't pick it up. same goes with every other wireless keyboard with IR on it. im pretty happy with it. I suggest you get a keyboard that uses that frequency instead of IR. here's a link if you're interested on the specs.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16823166079

DTNS

@ray

you might want to check out Logitech's wireless desktop/ wireless keyboard range. they have a range of up to 30m. that should be more than enough!  ;)

R-A-Y

Yeah I am looking at various brands, both the Adesso and Logitech seems like good options. I saw this Logitech keyboard so long ago that was ultra-slim. I know they have already developed solar powered ones too! Thanks for the input guys. I'll look into building the rig soon, but more for home entertainment than hardcore gaming

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