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SUPER COMPUTER PROJECT 2009

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December 25, 2009 9:15:55 AM

Yes this have alot to do with cpu's ok.

How did we make the Ultimate computer and what does it have in it

We we made it with a team of 4 people to make this super computer this computer can play any game on the market with 60+ with all high options

its specs:
CPU: CORE i7 975/3.33GHz/4.8GT QPI/8MB CACHE/LGA1366
GRAPHICS CARD: Inno3D GF GTX 295 Overclocked PCI-E 2.0 1792MB DDR3 896-bit, 600/2160MHz
SOUND CARD: Creative Blaster Audigy2 ZS External Video Editor
MOTHERBOARD: Asus P5P43TD-PRO , ExpGATE,S775,P43,DDR3,FSB1600,GBLAN,1394a,RAID,ATX,PCIE2.0
CASE: Thermaltake Xpressar Micro Refrigeration Cooling System (Xaser VI all black)
PSU:Thermaltake ToughPower 1500 Watt Active PFC Cable Management, SLI & EPS support
HDD: 850 GIG SAMSUNG
FAN AND CASE FANS LISTEN BELOW:

Zalman ZM-F1BL 80mm Blue Led Case Fan, Speed: 3000RPM, Noise: 34.2dBA
Silverstone FN121 Blue 120mm Case Fan, 1200+_ 250 rpm, Noise level 26.6 dBA.
Silverstone Suscool 81 80mm Sky Blue/Black Case Fan with Automatic Thermal Control, Enter Bearing, 9
AT-REDLED-20, Red Led light -20 cm with 4 pin molex connector, 50cm black wired, comes with 3M 2 sid
Zalman CNPS9900LED (Copper) CPU Cooler

With such a cool system we got these overclocks


CPU OVERCLOCK:

The numbers represent the attemp number

1. 3.45GHz
2. 3.65GHz
3. 3.76GHz
4. 3.89GHz
5. 3.94GHz

GPU OVERCLOCK:

I only overclocked its core
The numbers represent the attemp number

1.645MHz
2.675MHz
3.686MHz
4.690MHz
5.750MHz
6.780MHz

also i am not using stock cooler with GPU I used some zalman one

The computer cost $4458
December 25, 2009 11:21:28 AM

Is this spam?
You spent way too much on your computer for what it'll be able to play. You should grab a pair of 5870s, or even a 5890 instead of the 295, and that way you'll be ready for DX11 games and can have several monitors running to boot.
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December 25, 2009 2:02:16 PM

We can build an under $1000 dollar rig that has a better price/performance ratio.
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