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  1. Great seller, I have used several times!
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    Ddr500 Ram

    Thats good to hear!
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    Brand New Boxed E6600 week 28

    Big thanks to irfy, my CPU and memory arrived the next day as promised. Both boxes are retail and come with the factory seals intact.
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    G.Skill 1GBx2 PC4000HZ

    I have 2GB G.skill which I need to shift fairly soon and I am in the UK! PM me if interesrted with your offer.
  5. After the overwhelming response to my original post, I decided to go ahead and install my new PSU and 7950GX2. I am happy to report that it seems to be working fine with my current BIOS version! I got a stock 7950 3dmark06 score of 8049 http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=554420
  6. Hi guys, I have been extremely busy recently and haven’t used my computer for ages. Just prior to this busy stretch I purchased a 24" Dell 2407 monitor. Having come back to gaming I decided I had earn't myself a little treat and decided to purchase an ASUS 7950GX2 to do my games justice. It should arrive on Monday. Over the weekend I have some time to prep my computer for this new addition. I will be installing a new PSU (probably the OCZ 700w recommended here). My question relating to BIOS's is: Some time ago I flash my bios using Tmods very helpful disc, however I can’t remember what the name of the BIOS was that I used. All I know is that when I get the POST screen, the following BIOS info appears: 07/06/2005-NF-CK804-6A61FD49C-00. This means nothing to me other than its just over a year old. Will this BIOS version work with the GX2 of will I need to flash to a newer BIOS version? I know the say if it ain't broke, but I want to get things ready for my new hardware?
  7. Is anyone here using the DFI LP SLI DR with the original 7950gx2 or 7900gx2 that was destined for OEM builders only and not for retail sale? It's the long board version which is 31cm long. It's physical size apart did you encounter any problems, which PCI-e slot did you use and what size PSU? Thanks in advance.
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    Which RAM for LanParty SLI DR?

    Thanks for the replies guys. I know the redline is good stuff, but it comes at a price. With the changes in hardware I dont want to invest too much money on this. Having had a look around I think I might go for G.Skill PC4000.
  9. In the next few hours I am going to buy 2gb of RAM for my LanParty SLI DR. I have overclocked my X2 4400 to around 2.7Ghz. The first decision I need to make is do I go for low latency PC3200 or higher frequency PC4000? I am considering the following brands in both PC3200 & PC4000 forms: G.Skill Crucial Ballistix or OCZ? Does anyone have any suggestions based on experience? I did have 2gb of Corsair but I wouldn’t play ball with my motherboard, so I am going to avoid it.
  10. Good point, but I have been working on that. I have added a 3rd 120mm intake and mounted the hdd drives (2xWD Raptors) in the bottom cage. To remove the warm air I have use a single 80mm fan, fixed to the bottom of the case below the graphics card. I have also removed the backing plate at the rear of the case in between the GTX and XFi. The temps seem nice and low, so I have upped the CPU volts to 1.325x110%. Still using the 5:4 mem divider I have set the HTT255x11-2808Mhz. The mem timings are 2-3-3-5. Prime stable for 5hours so far. Plus I have an 80mm extraction fan mounted on the top of the case, removing the warm air collected in the dead spot around the PSU. Just to clarify all three front 120mm are intake fans!!!!! AND I have replaced the side grill, its only open to allow me to take the pic
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    All NF4 chipsets air cooled

    This is what I have done, sorry for the double post I should have put this here in the first place: I have spent some time trying to lower my computers temps, at their worst I was getting an idle and load PWMIC and chipset temp of around the 45 and 50c respectively. I know this is acceptable for alot of people but it’s too hot for me. After a bit of work, lowering the LDT volts back to stock and changing my HSF I managed to lower them to around 37cpu, 44pwmic and 45 Chipset idle. However after gaming for a while (1hour +) they were creeping up again to around 47c mark. To solve this I modded the side panel of my Cooler Master Stacker case to allow a 120mm fan to blow directly across the PWMIC area and ram. In addition to this I reversed the HDD cade housing an internal 120mm so I blew directly across the chipset/pwmic arse. Here are some pics of what I have done: After doing this I replaced the side grill, I then ran 3dmark 06 (I Know its not the most intensive bench mark but it gives an indication of the effect of the new 120mm side fan)) Here are the results: With Side Fan CPU PWMIC Chipset Idle 30 29 37 Test 1 38 34 43 Test 2 38 36 43 Test 3 39 39 44 Test 4 39 40 44 Test 5 38 38 44 Test 6 38 38 45 Without Side Fan CPU PWMIC Chipset Idle 31 33 40 Test 1 38 37 42 Test 2 39 40 43 Test 3 40 42 44 Test 4 42 43 43 Test 5 38 41 43 Test 6 38 41 44 These were done late at night so I have included a pic of my temps as I type this: It seems to have worked for me so I thought I would share it with you as I have seen an ever increasing number of posts about these temps.
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    NF4 Expert Chipset Temps

    Too hot for my liking, what are your other temps i.e. PWMIC and CPU?
  13. I have spent some time trying to lower my computers temps, at their worst I was getting an idle and load PWMIC and chipset temp of around the 45 and 50c respectively. I know this is acceptable for alot of people but it’s too hot for me. After a bit of work, lowering the LDT volts back to stock and changing my HSF I managed to lower them to around 37cpu, 44pwmic and 45 Chipset idle. However after gaming for a while (1hour +) they were creeping up again to around 47c mark. To solve this I modded the side panel of my Cooler Master Stacker case to allow a 120mm fan to blow directly across the PWMIC area and ram. In addition to this I reversed the HDD cade housing an internal 120mm so I blew directly across the chipset/pwmic arse. Here are some pics of what I have done: After doing this I replaced the side grill, I then ran 3dmark 06 (I Know its not the most intensive bench mark but it gives an indication of the effect of the new 120mm side fan)) Here are the results: With Side Fan CPU PWMIC Chipset Idle 30 29 37 Test 1 38 34 43 Test 2 38 36 43 Test 3 39 39 44 Test 4 39 40 44 Test 5 38 38 44 Test 6 38 38 45 Without Side Fan CPU PWMIC Chipset Idle 31 33 40 Test 1 38 37 42 Test 2 39 40 43 Test 3 40 42 44 Test 4 42 43 43 Test 5 38 41 43 Test 6 38 41 44 These were done late at night so I have included a pic of my temps as I type this: It seems to have worked for me so I thought I would share it with you as I have seen an ever increasing number of posts about these temps.
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    X2 4400, need help!

    What volts did you have to use and you can see mine are not too high, from here I have three options: 1. Keep this nice O/C (like thats gonna happen) 2. Tighten the RAM timings to 2.5-4-6-3 (thats how it appears in the BIOS 2.5-4-3-6 is how most will see it) or 3. Keep these timings and up the fsb to 275 then if it will go 280!
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