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Re: What is your pc system?
« Reply #15 on: July 29, 2010, 04:00:06 PM »
Some pics of the build machine  rofl

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Re: What is your pc system?
« Reply #16 on: August 21, 2010, 02:51:22 PM »
you bragging show off  arggggggg  rofl2

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Re: What is your pc system?
« Reply #17 on: September 28, 2010, 03:29:09 PM »
Case: Xigmatek Utgard (Massive, plenty of air-movement!)
Mobo: Gigabyte EP41-UD3L (My achilles heel)
Processor: Intel Core2Duo E7500, 2x2.93GHz
RAM: 4Gb DDR2 800MHz
GPU: PNY NVidia Geforce GTS250 1Gb
OS: Windows 7 Pro
HDD: SATA 500Mb WD Caviar Green (just holding out for SSDs to drop more in price!)
Fans: 2 x 120mm filtered in, 1 x 170mm out, all variable control - and with garish lights!



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Re: What is your pc system?
« Reply #18 on: September 28, 2010, 03:45:23 PM »
Cool rig Nice  thup1




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Re: What is your pc system?
« Reply #19 on: September 29, 2010, 03:35:56 PM »
Thanks Seawolf.

Like I say - garish lights - are not really my thing but work only gave me one option of where to buy and a budget so that seemed the best out the ones available.  I don't see the lighting so it's a waste, but the fans are, ahem, cool.
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Re: What is your pc system?
« Reply #20 on: October 09, 2010, 01:30:07 PM »
Again had problems with the new build system running slow to stop pace
Changes to programs not showing up 2nd hard drive failing it seem the virtual memory only clears on re-start among others
So a problem with my machine no with windows7 64bit on it
As I now have installed Vista back on and it’s working fine
All pieces fitted in the new build are meant to be ok with windows 7 so I don’t know why
It runs like it has




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Re: What is your pc system?
« Reply #21 on: October 13, 2010, 03:58:41 PM »
Ok so all I had to do was unplug the second hard drive then install windows 7
Wait for it to do all its updates and then restart it and so it runs up turn it off
Plug the second hard drive back in and what do you know all is good    profhat




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Re: What is your pc system?
« Reply #22 on: December 20, 2010, 04:06:12 PM »
My main system is now up and running with newer parts as the build ends .

Computer Case Design: Tsunami Dream, Tsunami VA3000 Series (Blue Lights illumination)

Operating software: Windows 7 Home Premium
System Type: 64bit operating System

Board Type: Gigabyte Ultra Durable tm3 Motherboard 
Board Name: EP43T-USB3
Board Stats: Intel P43/ICH10/rev 1.0. Socket 775/PCI-E2.0x16/PCI-Ex1/ATX 4 DDR3 Dual CH/8-CH HD Audio GbE LAN/ 6 SATA 3Gb/s/2 USB3.0

Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 Dual Core Processor
Clock Speed 3 GHz
Socket Type: LGA775
Cache Memory: 6Mb
Bus Speed: 1333 MHz
Core: 45nm

Ram Type: 2x2Gb and 2x1Gb Kingston 240 PIN DDR3 PC3 10600 1333MHz modules.
Ram Timing: (7) 7-7-7-22
Ram Voltage: 1.5v - 1.6v
Ram Channel: DIMM Double Channel versions.
Specifications of use: High Performance or Gaming Memory

Power Source: COLORSic Switching Power Supply 550W

Graphics Card: Zotac GeForce GTS450 overclocked card
Memory : 1024Mb 128bit DDR5
Core Clock: 810 MHz
Memory Clock: 3608 MHz
Support: Direct 11

Card Reader: 1x Akasa AK-ICR-07 3.5 internal 6 slot multicard reader

Hard drives: (1) 1x barracuda 500Gb 7200RPM SATA , 16Mb Cache (Windows7 64Bit)
(2) 1x Samsung 500Gb Spinpoint F3 ECO HD503HI 5400RPM, SATA 3GB/s, 16Mb Cache (Windows Vista 32bit)

Disk Drive: LG GH221.S50 Lighscribe DVDRW optical drive

System cooling type: x2 forced air fans (1 in 1 Out), power supplies  in built fan

Windows 7 Experience Assessment Scores scale 1.0 to7.9.
Processor: 6.6
Memory (Ram) 6.9
Graphics: 7.1
Gaming Graphics: 7.1
Primary Hard Drive: 5.9

Base Score 5.9   j12
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Re: What is your pc system?
« Reply #23 on: February 19, 2011, 11:27:20 AM »
After reading a thread on Subsim about how hot these graphic cards run
I decided to add a third cooling fan to my build machine.
After hours of game play I decided to check the temp within my computer
not believing the auto temp readings I decided to place my hand inside
the case just to check for heat sources the machine parts were all still cold
so if anything the machine is running to cold but I will leave it like it is
as summertime will soon be here.
It just go's to show if you add new parts to a machine that can not handle it
you will put a strain on the machine that will cause it to run hot and as for noisy
you have got to be joking I never hear the fan on the graphics card.
Maybe it was just a crap version he had running.


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Re: What is your pc system?
« Reply #24 on: March 17, 2011, 03:06:59 PM »
My main system is now up and running with combined parts from both machines.

Computer Case Design: Tsunami Dream, Tsunami VA3000 Series (Blue Lights illumination)

Operating software: Windows 7 Home Premium
System Type: 64bit operating System

Board Type: Acer build board   

Processor: Intel Core i3 Core Processor
Clock Speed 2.93 GHz
Socket Type: 1156
Cache Memory: 6Mb
Bus Speed: 1333 MHz
Core: 45nm

Ram Type: 2x2Gb and 2x1Gb Kingston 240 PIN DDR3 PC3 10600 1333MHz modules.
Ram Timing: (7) 7-7-7-22
Ram Voltage: 1.5v - 1.6v
Ram Channel: DIMM Double Channel versions.
Specifications of use: High Performance or Gaming Memory

Power Source: COLORSic Switching Power Supply 550W

Graphics Card: Zotac GeForce GTS450 overclocked card
Memory : 1024Mb 128bit DDR5
Core Clock: 810 MHz
Memory Clock: 3608 MHz
Support: Direct 11

Card Reader: 1x Akasa AK-ICR-07 3.5 internal 6 slot multicard reader

Hard drives: 1x Samsung 500Gb Spinpoint F3 ECO HD503HI 5400RPM, SATA 3GB/s, 16Mb Cache (Windows Vista 32bit)

Disk Drive: Samsung  DVDRW optical drive

System cooling type: x2 forced air fans (1 in 1 Out), power supplies  in built fan




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Re: What is your pc system?
« Reply #25 on: May 11, 2011, 01:27:04 PM »
My total build system is now up and running.

Computer Case Design: iCute  iBox version case
http://www.maplin.co.uk/ibox-cube-micro-atx-pc-case-221068

Operating software: Windows 7 Home Premium
System Type: 64bit operating System

Board Type: Asus Intel board
Board Name: Emachine system ET1862 Build
Board Stats: Intel P57/ICH10/rev 1.0. Socket 775/PCI-E2.0x16/PCI-Ex1/ATX 4 DDR3 Dual CH/8-CH HD Audio GbE LAN/ 6 SATA 3Gb/s

Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU 550 @ 3.20GHz 3.20GHz
Clock Speed 3.2GHz
Socket Type: FCLGA1156
Cache Memory: 4Mb
Bus Core Ratio: 24
Number of cores: 2
Number of threads: 4
Core: 45nm

Ram Type: 4x2Gb 240 PIN DDR3 PC3 1333MHz modules.
Ram Timing: (7) 7-7-7-22
Ram Voltage: 1.5v - 1.6v
Ram Channel: DIMM Double Channel versions.
Specifications of use: High Performance or Gaming Memory

Power Source: COLORSic Switching Power Supply 550W

Graphics Card: Zotac GeForce GTS450 overclocked card
Memory : 1024Mb 128bit DDR5
Core Clock: 810 MHz
Memory Clock: 3608 MHz
Support: Direct 11

Sound Card: Sound Blaster Audigy

Hard drive: Barracuda 500Gb

Disk Drives: Samsung Super WriteMaster CD/DDV RW

Card Reader: 1x Akasa AK-ICR-07 3.5 internal 6 slot multicard reader

System cooling type: 1 main System fan (in). 1 Power Supply Fan (in)
x1 akasa LED Casefan with 4 blue lights illumination (out)
x1 akasa LED Casefan with 4 green lights illumination (out)

Windows 7 Experience Assessment Scores scale 1.0 to7.9.
Processor: 7.0
Memory (Ram) 7.0
Graphics: 7.1
Gaming Graphics: 7.1
Primary Hard Drive: 5.9

Base Score 5.9

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Re: What is your pc system?
« Reply #26 on: May 19, 2011, 03:10:16 PM »
It was very pleasurable Building this compact computer
the box itself is very well designed making it easy to assemble the system
you will ether like or hate the look of the case
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I give this build a 9/10 Why ? because the power light is too bright
so I leave it unconnected
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Re: What is your pc system?
« Reply #27 on: May 25, 2011, 07:42:00 PM »
Tower Build

Computer Case Design: iCute Jet Case SI Modded with XBlade bits

Operating software: Windows 7 Home Premium
System Type: 64bit operating System

Board Type
Asus Intel board
Board Name
Emachine system ET1862 Build

Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU 550 @ 3.20GHz 3.20GHz
Clock Speed 3.2GHz
Socket Type: FCLGA1156
Cache Memory: 4Mb
Bus Core Ratio: 24
Number of cores: 2
Number of threads: 4
Core: 45nm

Ram Type: 4x2Gb 240 PIN DDR3 PC3 1333MHz modules.
Ram Timing: (7) 7-7-7-22
Ram Voltage: 1.5v - 1.6v
Ram Channel: DIMM Double Channel versions.
Specifications of use: High Performance or Gaming Memory

Power Source
iCute Switching Power Supply 700W

Graphics Card
 Zotac GeForce GTS450 overclocked card
Memory : 1024Mb 128bit DDR5
Core Clock: 810 MHz
Memory Clock: 3608 MHz
Support: Direct 11

Sound Card:
 Sound Blaster Audigy 24bit HD sound

Hard drive:
Barracuda 350Gb

Disk Drives:
Samsung Super WriteMaster CD/DDV RW

Card Reader:
 1x Akasa AK-ICR-07 3.5 internal 6 slot multicard reader

System cooling type
x1 iCute large System fan with Blue illumination (in)
x1 Power Supply Fan with blue illumination (in)
x1 akasa LED Casefan with Blue lights illumination (in)
x1 akasa medium Casefan Blue illumination (in)
x1 akasa large Casefan Blue illumination (out)

System Cooling Control
NZXT Sentry 2 5.2" Fan Controller




System Updated to all blue Fans

Windows 7 Experience Assessment Scores scale 1.0 to7.9.
Processor: 7.0
Memory (Ram) 7.0
Graphics: 7.2
Gaming Graphics: 7.2
Primary Hard Drive: 5.9

Base Score 5.9
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Re: What is your pc system?
« Reply #28 on: June 20, 2011, 05:50:58 PM »
Computer Case Design: iCute iBox version case

It seems some people doubt this case can handle full system spec's
well this is what's running in my second iBox build

Operating software: Windows 7 Home Premium
System Type: 64bit operating System

Board Type:
Asus Intel M-board
Board Name:
Emachine system ET1862 Build

Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU 550 @ 3.20GHz 3.20GHz
Clock Speed: 3.2GHz
Socket Type: FCLGA1156
Cache Memory: 4Mb
Bus Core Ratio: 24
Number of cores: 2
Number of threads: 4
Core: 45nm

Ram Type: 4x2Gb Kingston 240 PIN DDR3 PC3 1333MHz modules.
Ram Timing: (9)
Ram Voltage: 1.5v - 1.6v
Ram Channel: DIMM Double Channel versions.
Specifications of use: High Performance or Gaming Memory

Power Source:
iCute Switching Power Supply 700W

Graphics Card:
Zotac GeForce GTS450 overclocked card
Memory : 1024Mb 128bit DDR5
Core Clock: 810 MHz
Memory Clock: 3608 MHz
Support: Direct 11

Sound Card:
Sound Blaster Audigy 24bit HD sound

Hard drive:
Barracuda 350Gb

Disk Drives:
Samsung Super WriteMaster CD/DDV RW

System cooling type:
x1 iCute 120mm Casefan (in)
x1 akasa 60mm Casefan (in)
x1 120mm Power Supply Fan with blue illumination (in)
x1 akasa 80mm Casefan with Blue lights illumination (out)
x2 akasa 80mm twin mounted Casefan's Blue illumination (out)

Don't happen unless pictures well here they are



   












Windows 7 Experience Assessment Scores scale 1.0 to7.9.
Processor: 7.0
Memory (Ram) 7.0
Graphics: 7.2
Gaming Graphics: 7.2
Primary Hard Drive: 5.9

Base Score 5.9
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Re: What is your pc system?
« Reply #29 on: July 29, 2011, 02:34:25 AM »
cpu: Intel Core i7-2600k
motherboard: lga1155 Asus P8P67-pro B3
vga: Palit GeForce GTX 570 Sonic Platinum
ram: Gskill Ripjaws x 8gb 4gbx2 Ddr3 1600 CL9        
ssd: G.Skill Phoenix Pro 60 GB  
hdd: Samsung Spinpoint F3 1 TB  
psu:  850W Seasonic S12D 80Plus
cool: Corsair H50 Hydro CPU Cooler            
atx: NZXT Phantom Black
odd: Sony Internal 24x DVD DRU-880S      
mon:  Philips 23-inch Led wide, Full HD, 234CL2SB (ultra slim Blade)   
kb: A4Tech X7-G800 keyboard  
mouse: X-710BH A4tech        
speakers: Philips 5.1 Surround Speaker System