Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by BenJ, 22 Mar 2006.
nice mod.... a bit tight fit ........ but nice
Hi and thanks for the feedback
Temps wise I am getting around 28C idle and after 3 hours playing TrackmaniaNations, the CPU temp was 32C and the GPU never budged off 38C.
That is with the fans on the 2nd lowest setting.
Very happy so far.
Very nice project and excellent temps.
Keep it up
Your resourcefulness is really inspiring. I've enjoyed following this log, hopefully you will start another soon?
Registered just to say...
Amazing work - well done.
I started following the thread for info on how to watercool the 7800gs but got totally involved in all the work you've been doing to your system.
Gonna go read it all again
Again, well done.
can i ask if you have overclocked that board, what are the bios options like?
I am quite a noob when it comes to overclocking. But I couldn't find any way to lower the mulitplier. You could raise the HTT? in single increments. I really didn't push very far with it.
hi could you tell me how to build your fan controller with the speed indicator LED's, i really dont know electronics so simple wxplainations would be good.
Any chance of some 'finished' shots of it wll together?
Very nice and tidy!! Good job mate!!
Thanks for your comments.
I actually have some new additions planned and hope to find some time to implement them.
I hope you had a great Christmas and that you will have a fabulous New Year.
can you tell me what the thread size for the fillcap on the res is?
Update - 8800GTS and a new look - 11 April 2007
I thought I might post a small update.
Due to continuing problems trying to cool the the HSI chip on the 7800GS I changed the Motherboard for a PCI Express setup.
I am now running a Gigabyte GA-K8N51GMF-9 with the X2 3800+. Up until 2 weeks ago I was using a MSI 7800GTX video card, but have now upgraded to a Point of View 8800GTS 640Mb card. I havn't watercooled the 8800GTS yet, but will be doing that soon.
I have plans to move to a C2D E6420 in the near future, but am trying to find information on MATX motherboards that can overclock ok.
Finally, I am including a design I completed in Sketchup with incorporates some additional fans to add some much needed airflow through the case as well as some visual excitement. I always thought there was something missing and I think this will do the trick.
Let me know what you think.
i can say only
H A R D C O R E
a lot of metal work
keep it up
One word: Transformers
sweet! i thought you were thru with this, very nice to see that you takin it up a notch =D
and for the design i just dunno, very futuristic 3k and so on =D
Looks needlessly over the top to me. I loved how the mod is now.
that new design looks kick ass its awesome! do it!!!!!
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