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 Post subject: Men, Post Your Battle Stations
PostPosted: Sat 03-06-2010 1:30PM 
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Core 2 Duo - E6400
EVGA 650i Ultra
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2x1G Gskill DDR2 800
2x2G Crucial Ballistix DDR2 800
PNY GTX 260 Core 216
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 Post subject: Re: Men, Post Your Battle Stations
PostPosted: Sat 03-06-2010 3:16PM 
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I normally wouldn't do this, but I have quite the war zone going on right now building a new computer
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 Post subject: Re: Men, Post Your Battle Stations
PostPosted: Sat 03-06-2010 10:11PM 
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Have since changed out reservoirs, cleaned up the tubing and wiring, and switched to a Corsair HX1000.

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Since I was asked,

/*The goods*/
Cooler Master ATCS840
Gigabyte EX58-UD4P
i7 920 currently @ 4.2GHz @ 210Mhz x20 @ 1.425V
3x2GB Corsair @ 1680Mhz 8-8-8-24 @ 1.7V
2x 4850s stock settings (Win 7 crashes when overdrive is turned on??)
Corsair HX1000
Xonar D2X
Lamptron FC-5 controller
2x OCZ Vertex 30GB RAID 0 as boot
2x Hitachi 2TB storage
1x Seagate 500GB game installs
G19
Sidewinder/MX revolution
Bose Companion 3 series 1
2x Gateway FHD2400

/*The cooling*/
Dual loop, XSPC dual DDC split res
2x DDC 3.2 pumps
Primochill 1/2" ID 3/4" OD blue tubing
EK Supreme acrylic CPU block
2x EK Supreme VGA GPU blocks
XSPC RX360 w/3 YL high speeds on CPU
XSPC RX240 w/2 YL high speeds on GPUs


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 Post subject: Re: Men, Post Your Battle Stations
PostPosted: Sun 03-07-2010 9:53AM 
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 Post subject: Re: Men, Post Your Battle Stations
PostPosted: Sun 03-07-2010 11:47AM 
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Processor: E2180 2.00Ghz OC'd to 2.66Ghz
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Graphics: 9600 GSO 384 MB
RAM: 2x2GB G.SKILL DDR2 800
HDD: Western Digital 160GB
2x Western Digital 1TB
320GB External MyBook
DVD Burner: LITE-ON 20X DVD±R
Case/PSU: Antec NSK4480 Black/Silver w/ 380W PSU
Mouse: MX518
Keyboard: LITE-ON SK-1788/BS 2-Tone PS/2 Wired
OS: Dual Boot OS X and Win7
Monitors: Both 19inch :( Magnavox 1080i TV and AG Neovo CW-19
Speakers: Logitech X-230
Mousepad: Steelpad QcK+
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 Post subject: Re: Men, Post Your Battle Stations
PostPosted: Mon 03-08-2010 11:06PM 
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XFX AM3 750a w/onboard geforce 8200 (so I have quad head)
Athlon X2 6000+ 3.10ghz OC'd to 3.4ghz
8GB OCZ Fatal1ty pc8500 DDR2 1066
OCZ StealthXtream 600W PSU
Thermaltake Big Typhoon Cooler
XFX Geforce GTX 260 core 216 896mb ram OC'd substantially (forgot how much)
4X Hitachi 7200.11 32mb cache 1TB SATA2 drives
Running MS Server 2008R2 Enterprise x64
1X Sony IDE DVD
1x SOYO 24" LCD @ 1920x1200
2x Sony GDFW900 24" Flat Trinitron CRT @ 2304x1440
1x Gateway 22" VX1120 DiamondTron (Trinitron Rebrand) @ 2048x1536
ASUS 32MB WL-500gPv2 DD-WRT Router w/USB ports and DD-WRT mega build
Netgear ProSafe 24 port Gigabit Switch (got this for $50 off TigerDirect)

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and for speakers I have 2 sets of Phillips FW890P's Running surround Sound over SPDIF:
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They also have Rear tweeters and a powered subwoofer each. (i know this is ghetto, but each speaker has a 4 way crossover, 2 sets of tweeters, mids and a woofer... the sound quality is amazing, and they were free.

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 Post subject: Re: Men, Post Your Battle Stations
PostPosted: Tue 03-09-2010 12:03AM 
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Also here is my television and htpc, soon to be jtagged xbox

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 Post subject: Re: Men, Post Your Battle Stations
PostPosted: Tue 03-09-2010 1:47AM 
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Why do you have three linksys wireless routers?

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 Post subject: Re: Men, Post Your Battle Stations
PostPosted: Tue 03-09-2010 10:42AM 
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Why do you have three linksys wireless routers?

ended up with 4 them over the years so i used to help with dd-wrt development by testing out builds

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 Post subject: Re: Men, Post Your Battle Stations
PostPosted: Tue 03-09-2010 5:21PM 
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A brand new build with a lot of upgrade potential to make it last a little longer.

NZXT Tempest EVO case with Ultra fan controller
ASUS P6T Deluxe V2 mobo
i7 920 stock (need better cooling system, but aiming for 4.0GHz)
Sapphire Vapor-X (to OC later) HD5770 1GB
850W Corsair HX
Seagate 250GB, 500GB internal Sata 3Gb/s
Seagate FreeAgent 320GB
WD 320GB eSATA 2.5" external
4GB XM3 Corsair DDR3 (hold me over until I can get at least 6GB of faster)
LG IDE DVD-DL burner
ASUS IDE DVD-ROM
Win 7 64-bit Pro
21.5" LG and 15" Dell

The netbook on the right combined with rosewill draft-n (300, but really only 100 via LAN) router, RD, logmein, orb, and streammygame makes for a nice make-shift client for my desktop for pretty much anywhere.

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Surround sound (old regent 140w with new speakers) held up with sticky tack
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Planned upgrades:
6GB+ ram
Sata 6Gb/s SSD boot drive
ASUS U3S6 card that fits nicely in the PCI-E 4x slot on most new ASUS mobos. Though it would be faster still in a 16x since the 4x isn't v2.0 and the 16x is.
Noctua NH-U12P SE2 Still seems to be one of the best air coolers out there and I really don't think that I'll need any liquid system. Though I'll take any recommendations into consideration.
USB 3.0 case for the WD
By the time I get to it, new Nvidia DX11 cards will be out so I'll think about video then.

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 Post subject: Re: Men, Post Your Battle Stations
PostPosted: Tue 03-09-2010 7:40PM 
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Most of you could really benefit from some cable management! Zip ties are cheap and easy to cut later!


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 Post subject: Re: Men, Post Your Battle Stations
PostPosted: Tue 03-09-2010 7:46PM 
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Patrick wrote:
Most of you could really benefit from some cable management! Zip ties are cheap and easy to cut later!

i'm in the process of moving to a different case... we'll see if i can clean it up

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 Post subject: Re: Men, Post Your Battle Stations
PostPosted: Tue 03-09-2010 8:21PM 
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Noctua NH-U12P SE2 Still seems to be one of the best air coolers out there and I really don't think that I'll need any liquid system. Though I'll take any recommendations into consideration.

If you can find a retailer with one in stock.. this beats the Noctua for less... Akasa Nero. unfortunately, their stateside presence is pretty weak..

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 Post subject: Re: Men, Post Your Battle Stations
PostPosted: Tue 03-09-2010 9:30PM 
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Monitor: State-of-the-art Dell CRT Monitor, Unknown Model
TV: Prestine, color 4:3 RCA XL-100 (with VHF/UHF inputs!)
Processor: Pentium III (Coppermine), 863 MHz (Overclocked to 875 MHz! That's nearly a billion!!)
Audio: Pioneer SX-1300 Stereo System, with two Sanyo Speakers
Ensoniq ES1371 Stereo Sound card (woah, that's clear audio!)
Graphics Card: nVidia GeForce FX 5200 (DVI, VGA, S-Video output. Plug in your TV!)
Hard drive: Silicon Image 3114 SATA Raid controller.
Western Digital ATA WDC WD200BB-75AU 18.65 GiB (Store up to 30 CDs!)
Multimedia Keyboard: Packard Bell T1250 (Effective remote control! Springy cord too!)
Optical Mouse: LEADS ASI 66887 (Effective with Flash gaming! Works like a two-dimensional gyro mouse!)


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 Post subject: Re: Men, Post Your Battle Stations
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koulevprime wrote:
System Specs:
Monitor: State-of-the-art Dell CRT Monitor, Unknown Model
TV: Prestine, color 4:3 RCA XL-100 (with VHF/UHF inputs!)
Processor: Pentium III (Coppermine), 863 MHz (Overclocked to 875 MHz! That's nearly a billion!!)
Audio: Pioneer SX-1300 Stereo System, with two Sanyo Speakers (what a deal!)
Ensoniq ES1371 Stereo Sound card (woah, that's clear audio!)
Graphics Card: nVidia GeForce FX 5200 (DVI, VGA, S-Video output. Plug in your TV!)
Hard drive: Silicon Image 3114 SATA Raid controller.
Western Digital ATA WDC WD200BB-75AU 18.65 GiB (Store up to 30 songs!)
Multimedia Keyboard: Packard Bell T1250 (Effective remote control! Springy cord too!)
Optical Mouse: LEADS ASI 66887 (Effective with Flash gaming! Works like a two-dimensional gyro mouse!)


you win thus far. hands down.
the springy cord is great for watching tv cuz you can go far away, then come back, and it practically winds itself up!

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