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  • Re: Gaming Rig Under Construction

    EDIT: to make sure you aren't overspending on a PSU, do some calculations here.. . http://www.extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp
    Posted to My Rig! (Forum) by 2point on Mon, Jan 21 2008
  • Re: Dell XPS 710 H2C Performance Gaming System

    [quote user="Gel214th"] You can say the same about any Alienware, Any voodoo PC, or any HP Blackbird. The fact is that not many people have the technical knowhow to put together a rig like that. This is form someone who's done it both ways, building my own monster rig and purchasing one off the shelf. [/quote] The big rigs are for people
    Posted to HotHardware.com Reviews Discussion (Forum) by 2point on Wed, Jan 16 2008
  • Re: Dell XPS 710 H2C Performance Gaming System

    A huge waste of money! For $3,300 in your own components you can have a better system no doubt about it. 2qty 10K Raptors, sli or xfire, better memory, better mother board, better water cooling $300 mobo, $300 Q6600 Overclock to 3.6 easy on water, $115 for 1000mhz Gskill 2x2gb to clock to 1100Mhz if needed, $550 2qty ATI 3870s, 2x$170 raptors, $110
    Posted to HotHardware.com Reviews Discussion (Forum) by 2point on Tue, Jan 15 2008
  • Re: Oil-Cooled PC!

    fan sound don't mean SHAT to me if you can fry tator tots in the oil.. . sustained 60-70 deg oil is not an option unless I am rich and replace my components every year.
    Posted to Cases, Cooling and Miscellaneous (Forum) by 2point on Fri, Jan 11 2008
  • Re: Oil-Cooled PC!

    [quote user="ryan92084"] information from other builds suggest that by using a glass case and modding heatsinks to compensate for viscosity the radiator is actually not needed [/quote] yeah but what's easier to do, mod all your heatsinks or add a simple radiator setup.. . Strategically creating passages and placing inlets and outlets for
    Posted to Cases, Cooling and Miscellaneous (Forum) by 2point on Thu, Jan 10 2008
  • Re: Tweek Q6600, Asus P5E, Gskill 1000mhz

    nevermind unless you want to chat.. . I'll probably update this thread once I have my system built. I got my answers here.. . The article even was based off the Q6600, BONUS! http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?t=515316 Looks like I should shoot for 3.0GHZ overclock and memory at a 1:1 at 667Mhz or 2:3 ratio at 1000Mhz. I'm of course going
    Posted to Overclocking General (Forum) by 2point on Wed, Jan 9 2008
  • Re: Samsung 2232BW Question

    Don't you mean the 226BW?? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001096&Tpk=Samsung%2b226BW theres a ton of people and press biatching and moaning about this samsung monitor. If you want to be clued into what people are saying, just do some googeling.. . The 226 comes from 3 different suppliers and either has a 226(BW)or(CW
    Posted to Monitors and Displays (Forum) by 2point on Wed, Jan 9 2008
  • Re: Tweek Q6600, Asus P5E, Gskill 1000mhz

    interesting Article that I found which talks about the performance difference b/t different speed DDR2 memory http://www.overclockers.com/articles1477/index02.asp tests done on this Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 eVGA 680i motherboard Mushkin XP2-8000 (4*1Gb) 4-5-4-12 @ 2.3V Iwaki MD-20RLZT, D-Tek FuZion, Chiller, Reservoir PC Power & Cooling Silencer 750
    Posted to Overclocking General (Forum) by 2point on Wed, Jan 9 2008
  • Re: Oil-Cooled PC!

    That is ***! I'm no superdork or anything but I think that is cool. They should have kept the radiator on there, wall mounted it behind a big ol 24" monitor or something. 45C is a real nice load temp. My only beef would be if the radiator actually had conductive contaminants in it and might transfer those to the components. A very good flush
    Posted to Cases, Cooling and Miscellaneous (Forum) by 2point on Wed, Jan 9 2008
  • Re: Dell UltraSharp 3008WFP 30-inch LCD With DisplayPort

    $2,000 LOL. You can get a 40" 120hz 1080p LCD TV for that.. . You have to be a HARDCORE graphics Fein to actually NEED this monitor.. . If gaming and doing simple stuff I've found a great Alternate Option! Panasonic and Sony now have 32" 720P/1080i, 120hz LCD TVs now.. . For $800-900 you can get your hands on the Panasonic version at Best
    Posted to HotHardware.com Reviews Discussion (Forum) by 2point on Wed, Jan 9 2008
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