the little remote coming out of the motherboard has overclocking buttons.
MSI has a little button on their LGA-1156 boards that can overclock the baseclock (or downclock) or you can use the OC genie - a button that overclocks, hassle free. (although i doubt its really stable)
ASUS has a R.O.G. feature that lets you select what processor you want to "Upgrade" (more like oc to) and it overclocks it to that freq. there is also a 5.25 bay device that you can use as well. (ROG STATION)
I'm in love.
btw its the 800MHz CAS5 @ 1.9...... not the CAS4 @ 2.1 if that's what yours is.
either way, NONOOOOOOOOOOO itsS SS MIENEE
I got it at compusa tho
heyyyyyyyyy, can you send one of those motherboards my way?
Here you go.Looks like CAS5.
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Sorry guys but my PC kicks the shit out of all of your gay ass custom lit cases.
Ive actually used up 5Gb somehow.Would it be faster If I did take some out and go back to dual channel?
it's a MacBook :smug:
(picture taken during RAM upgrade and battery replacements since the one it came with wouldn't charge)
here is my new monitor:
It's a Dell S2309W, cost me $169 and it's got a fucking beautiful picture. I don't have anything but my coolpix cam, so that picture sucks. But I don't care because i am really fucking hungover right now.
But yeah I like my new monitor. And yes those are asses above the monitor, props to anyone who knows what that picture is. bye
Just tried rewiring the insides a bit on my computer.
Not an amazing change but it helped a little bit.
It looks exactly the same.
It looks like you have holes in your motherboard tray for wires.
Also clean out the dust.
Everything I could get into the holes I sent through them, on the other side of the hole is the outside of the case, and there is a just very small amount of room between it.
LOL Wow looks worse than before. straighten them out and shove them into the hard drive bay. it isn't hard.
I put mine under my motherboard, in the back of my case
only the area by the graphics cards are messy because I've just put in a new hard drive and I didn't bother to manage the sata cables.
Is it the angle of the camera or is that fan just leaning against the cpu heatsink?
it is leaning, the clips are useless when its sideways. I was testing different fans i had.
Your case is a Cooler Master HAF you can do a lot better.
Changed my fan setup to be more efficient, rewired the I/O front panel to fix some busted inputs, removed my fan controller since it wasn't worth the space, changed HDD positioning, moved 120mm fan from CPU heat-sink to cool video cards more efficiently and also a thorough cleaning which was needed after a year of use.
Ajacks give me some money, you seem to have a lot of them :(
Once you have a job, suddenly computer parts don't seem so damn expensive.
They really aren't.