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Old 07-23-2006, 04:24 PM   #11 (permalink)
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The 7600gs are volt moddable. And I would bet my cooling is better as well.
Stock they were over 8600.

http://xtreview.com/review114.htm


Here is a GREAT link that compares almost all video cards(in SLI and Crossfire too)
http://www.gpureview.com/show_cards.php
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Old 07-23-2006, 05:44 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Im still amazed that you have stuff like that just "LAYING AROUND". The best pc besides mine i have lying around is a p3 733mhz with no PSU in it.
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The 7600gs are volt moddable. And I would bet my cooling is better as well.
Stock they were over 8600.

http://xtreview.com/review114.htm


Here is a GREAT link that compares almost all video cards(in SLI and Crossfire too)
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**** these volt mods... i need to get around to volt modding my 7900... i want to score 10,000!!
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Im still amazed that you have stuff like that just "LAYING AROUND". The best pc besides mine i have lying around is a p3 733mhz with no PSU in it.
Mabye because I graduated college about 10 years before you were born may have something to do with it.

I have no wife, kids and I own my house. So the moral of the story is go to school, work hard and dont have kids, lol...

PS- NosBoost I wouldnt recommend modding the 7900's. A lot of friends(who know much more than me) have them and they mess up real easy (I think they are modded too high already from the factory) Thats why I got the 7600's.
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FIRST! if you are not sure about electricity dont do this. The Caps can store electricity and Zap you good. Also usually PS have ground spots built into the circut board and will need to be grounded.

But without the PS Case cooling is improved and wasted space has been eliminated.

AND FOR SURE MAKE SURE ITS NOT PLUGGED IN.....
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now flip it over and put the mobo on the other side.
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wow.. after looking at the last two pics... i'm lost
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he is making space and he striped the psu of its box to save space and prolly also to get good airflow.
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Sorry Nos, I am putting all the wiring, HDDs and PS under the mobo. All the power wires will be soldered to the back of the mobo. (the hot stuff)

On top all you will see is the fans and mobo. Because I am using a AC Freezer for the CPU (its tall) I am using a Laptop CDRW(its very flat).

I am using the origional Qpack front but the rest of the case will be made out of Smoke Tint Lexan and Hex Mesh.
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well i understood the picture on this page.. but the last one on page one.. i had no idea what the heck was goin on
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