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  1. I just wanted to know if there is any cases out there where instead of the graphics card being horizonal it is veritcal. Basically turning the motherboard 90 degrees to the right. I always wondered why motherboards have been designed so graphics cards which can create major heat are underneath the CPU. You may think I`m nuts but it was just a thought.
  2. I have made a small overclock and it is stable, on running CoolTemp,CPZ,Prime95 and getting system info I did notice that the actual default setting showed that it could run at 4100mhz, I have attached file showing readings. I did try running at 3800mhz but I kept loosing core5 so I`m not to sure what I should do next as I think having 6cores and not using the cpu`s full potential is a waste, any ideas. He is my spec: Case:Corsair Osbidian 750D Motherboard:Asrock 990FX Extreme4 CPU: Amd FX6300 six core Black Edition 3.50MHZ (3.76Mhz clocked) Ram:Corsair Vengence 16GB Dual Channel @ 1600MHZ (1720mhz clocked) Graphics: Nvida GeForce GTS 450 1GB DDR5 (need to get new card) Sound: Onbrd HDD: Baracuda 1TB HDD: Toshiba 250GB DVD: LG Lightscribe PSU: Corsiar RM Series 650W Aerocool X-Vision 5 Channel LCD Fan Controller Cooling: Corsair Hydro H105 running in Push (Corsair 2XSP120mm) exhausting top of case Corsair 2 X AF140mm Intake and 1 X SP120mm Rear exshaust.
  3. Many Thanks will have check out ur link, I should be ok temp wise as theH105 is pretty good
  4. I have manged to overclock my CPU by 5% but I cant get the memory to overclock any help would be great This is my current spec: Case:Corsair Osbidian 750D Motherboard:Asrock 990FX Extreme4 CPU: Amd FX6300 six core Black Edition 3600HZ Ram:Corsair Vengence 16GB Dual Channel @ 1600MHZ 10-10-10-27 1.5v Graphics: 2 X Asus Gefore GTX660 1020MHZ 2GB PCI Express 3.0 HDMI Direct CU II OC runing in SLI (not clocked yet) Sound: Onbrd HDD: Baracuda 1TB HDD: Toshiba 250GB DVD: LG Lightscribe PSU: Corsiar RM Series 650W Aerocool X-Vision 5 Channel LCD Fan Controller Cooling: Corsair Hydro H105 running in Push Corsair 2XSP120mm 1 x SP120mm Exhaust 2 x SP140mm Intake
  5. Just another ? The R9 270 2GB Toxic is
  6. Many thxs for the replies I will have consider the OC way
  7. Hi I am running the following mem: Ram:Corsair Vengence 16GB (2 X 8GB) Dual Channel @ 1600MHZ 10-10-10-27 1.50v on a ASrock 990FX Extreme4 I bought this a while ago for my new build as most PC came with 1600MHZ so thats what I went for, I have read that 1833MHZ would be a lot better or even higher. Q1. Would it be worth me getting 16GB 1833MHZ Q2. Would it be better to get 4 X 4GB`s instead of 2 X 8GB`s Q3. I have checked on ASrock site which mem I can use but it doesnt help me much Q4. If the answer to Q2 is yes what would be the best valued mem to buy (I have
  8. Many thxs for the reply I still not sure what to go for
  9. I have been compairing the MSI cards GTX760 4gb & GTX770 2gb at the moment they are both priced the same and their is not a lot in the configuration other then I could get 2gb more mem if I go for the GTX760. Power comsumption is less as well.
  10. I normally go to Overclockers.co.uk or Dabs, dont buy used as you dont know how long they will last. I have got the money to get R9 280 or 290 but I think that would be over kill and I not sure if I have enough power.
  11. This is my current spec: Case:Corsair Osbidian 750D Motherboard:Asrock 990FX Extreme4 CPU: Amd FX6300 six core Black Edition 3.5Mhz (not clocked yet) Ram:Corsair Vengence 16GB Dual Channel @ 1600MHZ Graphics: Nvidia Geforce GTS450 GDDR5 1024MB HDD: Baracuda 1TB HDD: Toshiba 250GB DVD: LG Lightscribe PSU: Corsiar RM Series 650W Aerocool X-Vision 5 Channel LCD Fan Controller Cooling: Corsair Hydro H105 running in Push Corsair 2XSP120mm 1 x SP120mm Exhaust 2 x SP140mm Intake I was thinking of getting a 1 of the following Geforce GTX760 4096MB GDDR5
  12. Going to have to have a good think about it, Many thanks for ur help
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