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  • RE: Z77 Motherboard Round-Up: MSI, ASUS, Gigabyte, Intel

    We tested the MSI board and were able to hit a stable 5.3GHz with a 2600K for our review, same goes with our Gigabyte sample, but it was the Z77 UD3, even our Biostar Z77 board was able to hit 5.3GHz, ASRock Extreme6 4.9GHz. We just receive five more Z77 boards and should have those results up shortly AS far as the comments left by OPT, every review
    Posted to Motherboards (Forum) by Doctor_Death on Fri, Apr 20 2012
  • Re: Which Motherboard ??, PC Upgrade.

    You cannot run SLI with an Intel chipset unless you go with their $600 dual socket Skull trail.You will have to run a single 7900GS with the P35,or buy ATI cards and go with crossfire
    Posted to Motherboards (Forum) by Doctor_Death on Sun, Feb 24 2008
  • Re: Which Motherboard ??, PC Upgrade.

    I owned the asus maximus formula and two HD2900 Pros 1GB each for about a month,and did not care for it at all. Both chipsets ran to hot. The NB was always 40c - 44c. I sold every thing. I found both the 680i & 780i to be better boards. With the new 790i coming out about the same time as the 9800GX2 & 9800GTX it should be worth the wait.Only
    Posted to Motherboards (Forum) by Doctor_Death on Sun, Feb 24 2008
  • Re: CoolIts 12TEC Boreas Chiller

    Not very hard at all as long as you know what your doing. Time wise about 30-40mins for both cards.
    Posted to Hardware Rumor Mill (Forum) by Doctor_Death on Sun, Feb 24 2008
  • CoolIts 12TEC Boreas Chiller

    Hi Everyone i build & sell and also work as a reviewer / tester for nordic hardware. CoolIt Systems sent me their new Freezone Elite to test & review 3 months ago,and also their new 12 TEC Boreas chiller 1 month ago.The Elite does a great job cooling any processor, But their new Boreas chiller does a fantastic job cooling your processor and
    Posted to Hardware Rumor Mill (Forum) by Doctor_Death on Sun, Feb 24 2008
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