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 04/07/2006 12:14 AM
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Old Camper
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Alright, here's the photos. I'm waiting on new RAM and power supply at the moment, so I can push the processor to the max!







That's it.


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And since there is now an image limit on forum posts, here are the rest:








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 04/07/2006 07:16 AM
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nice keyboard (mine) nice pc btw which make is that cloth? i was thinking about getting the alska version
 04/07/2006 10:00 AM
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quote:

Originally posted by: Smogsy
nice keyboard (mine) nice pc btw which make is that cloth? i was thinking about getting the alska version



yo camper think you can gimme a zoom in view of your keyboard im thinking of getting one but id like too see one close up since its hard too find a blasted picture were theirs one zoomed in.

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neil


i have the keyboard to its great my mates adore it one tryed to pretend to nick it
 04/07/2006 10:34 AM
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i have the keyboard to its great my mates adore it one tryed to pretend to nick it



Thanks what does it look like when its all lighted up and wut do the keys on top do. I know i ask alot of questions sry

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 04/07/2006 10:47 AM
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circle is volume ones next to it stop play rewind etc top left is changing lcd screen and profiles on top left you can do quick marcos amd profile switching





all 3 light setting off low high
 04/07/2006 11:00 AM
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circle is volume ones next to it stop play rewind etc top left is changing lcd screen and profiles on top left you can do quick marcos amd profile switching





all 3 light setting off low high



Very nice. Do you know if it gobles alot of Ressources in the system i suppose you have too install software.

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yeh it has 4 proccesses but the keyboard can run of 0 same with lights

if you want lcd minum of 2 processes
 04/07/2006 01:02 PM
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Its one process per LCD App.

Camper, what kinda foam is that in there?, I had put some Mat Cloth in mine, it didnt work to well.

Edit, and why is that one LCD screen shot blue, Mine doesnt do blue /blink.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":blink:" border="0" alt="blink.gif" />

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 04/07/2006 01:28 PM
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mines does now again in real dark!
 04/09/2006 04:14 PM
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cool... socket A is still living
 04/10/2006 07:27 PM
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That's quite a jump from a 9600xt, any benchmarks of it yet? or are you waiting for the psu and ram

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how much did u pay for that noise reducer stuff ? i was just wondering ?
 04/10/2006 08:48 PM
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Originally posted by: V-Tec
That's quite a jump from a 9600xt, any benchmarks of it yet? or are you waiting for the psu and ram



Yeah, I did happen to benchmark it the other night in Aquamark3; I got around 54,000. However, I was expecting in the mid 60s so I guess you could say I'm still waiting on the power supply and RAM.

I'm not gonna bother about what's causing the low score until I've got them. Other than that, it's great...I'm pulling way more FPS than I was with the 9600XT!

The foam padding people are asking about actually came from http://www.pccasegear.com.au

You'll find it in the Quiet PC section.


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 04/11/2006 03:03 AM
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i was gunna buy that stuff then dad informed me it will create more heat as it would asorb it
 04/14/2006 05:54 AM
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i was gunna buy that stuff then dad informed me it will create more heat as it would asorb it



Yeah, I heard about that and figured as much too.

But after putting it in, there was not a noticeable temperature increase (and the noise decrease is definitely worth it!.


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 04/14/2006 06:14 AM
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i was only gunna buy it for looks i dont hear my pc
 04/14/2006 06:35 AM
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Originally posted by: Smogsy
i was only gunna buy it for looks i dont hear my pc



Hmm, if you want something for looks that's not going to absorb heat, then black rubber checker plate might do it (you know the kind they use for car floor mats?).


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 04/14/2006 06:43 AM
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hmm yeh
 04/14/2006 08:03 AM
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quote:

Originally posted by: Old Camper
The foam padding people are asking about actually came from http://www.pccasegear.com.au

You'll find it in the Quiet PC section.


Excellent, just what I was looking for. Does it do much for sound dampening?

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