Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Guest-56605, 27 Aug 2010.
Neither of us would publish it in the Sunday Mirror - not enough t**ts!
Final day with the resorator as my pump/reservoir/passive radiator....:
It is now either going to my server, or may come back and be used with an EK chipset block!
Have you furmark tested with just the one card - would be really interested to see how it compares with when you had them in SLI
My EK chipset block arrives today around midday, so I will be busy too!
Sorry, you've ripped it apart.. again!?
460 doesnt work in tri sli
Ahh, that makes sense >.< I sort of hop back into a thread without reading from where I last left.. Probably should do that.
I'll let you off this time... Just this once.
Got my 460 arriving tomorrow <3
There's tight and then there's made to measure.
Method in madness grasshopper.
Let me make a few corrections here.....
The first statement should read..Jesus Christ that was lucky.
And the second should read.This blokes just ripped up 2 perfectly good rigs and is certifiably insane
looking back up at the pics I see it's time for another one of your ninja cabling jobs
Looks nice, Much cable mess to manage though
My GTX 460 arrived today, it's pimpin'
So much better without the minging pink
Wow thats going together pretty quick, Looking good though.
I think I'm due a rebuild asap, this mobo's just about had it's lot. AMD here I come
LOL, you two can't stop fiddling can you? It's like painting the Forth Bridge...
(says someone who is absolutely jealous and who hasn't had access to anything other than his old work laptop for nearly two months now )
Yeah they have definitly got the modding bug
Just need to check a mobo and there's enough bits laying about to throw a 775 rig together as well and then there's the 2 P4's I need to start hiding some of this stuff away from the misses. Or better still have a dam good sort out.
what have you done to your rig fingers? Not another case of maids I hope mate
It really is amazing when you have all of that cable spaghetti laying all over the place, that after a lot of cable work, you can be left with neat little lines of sleeved cabling. I sometimes look and marvel when I tear apart a rig how all of those cables managed to fit in there.
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