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Old 04-16-2007, 07:45 PM   #1
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hey guys!! finally got everything in! here's the specs...

amd sempron 2800 overclocked
768 mb pc3200 ram soon to be 1.5gb
XFX 6800 ultra 256mb ddr3
dual 500watt psu's (one is dedicated to the mobo and gpu, the other does cdroms, harddrives and fans)
120 gb hitachi deskstar ide harddrive
2 cdroms, one is cd-rw other is dvd-rom (no i dont have dvd-rw, i have that on two other pc's)

pics are below! i will post benchmarks later, lemme know what you think for my first build!


with it running and all led's on, i cant turn them off neway, they are on the mobo

everything inside with it off

and the 6800 ultra by XFX

i did get the psu's to turn on at the same time, i hooked up the secondary psu's signal wire to the signal wire of the main psu and it works like a charm, any questions/comments please say!!!

sorry about the pics. i was shaking at the time waiting to put that 6800 ultra in, lol
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Old 04-16-2007, 07:58 PM   #2
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I like the LED, great GFX card, all around good build nice job !
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thanks man!
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yo nice, like the dual psu idea, whered u shove the other psu?
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if you look in the picture, its in the lower right hand corner, and the primary is in the normal spot upper lefthand corner
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yo nice, like the dual psu idea, whered u shove the other psu?
Looks like its in the bottom right corner behind the 120mm fan
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That is a nice little build.
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thats cool, but whats the reasoning behind the dual 500 watts?
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well the 6800ultra or xtreme if you will, can use up to 480 watts, so i wanted it to have as much power as it needed and that is also shared with the motherboard, thats the main reason, but also the secondary psu, the 3v doesnt work, so it cant power a motherboard, but most of all just because i wanted to, didnt have any use for the secondary so i slapped it in there
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Old 04-16-2007, 09:48 PM   #10
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hey looks nice, congrats, and have fun
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