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  1. #31
    Dec 2000
    Cape Cod, MA

    Re: mid-range INTEL/ATi setup?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rivet View Post
    Ya, I guess almost all the newer ones support Crossfire.
    Actually so do many of the older ones! My P5W-DH Deluxe is a crossfire board, and it is almost 2 years old.
    What you cant get is an Intel chipset that supports SLI, at least until the next gen comes out late this year or early next.

  2. #32
    Sep 2001
    Toronto, CANADA

    Re: mid-range INTEL/ATi setup?

    Quote Originally Posted by supercat View Post
    For one very good reason. Can you imagine trying to keep a 500 gb drive organized ? Get a small primary drive, keep it organized and use larger drive to store data and use for backup.
    It's not that bad. It's just the backing up that makes things tricky. I use the 500gb drive as my OS drive, but keep it tidy by keeping all file types together
    Intel E6750 C2D
    400x8 (3.2GHz) 32C idle/58C Load @ stock 1.31V/HSF | Gigabyte DS3R Rev 1 bios F13 | OCZ XTC Rev 2 @4-4-4-15 | Antec Sonata 3 500W | Palit 8800GT driver v.169.21 | WD 500GB | 22" 226BW | Logitech x-540 5.1

    AMD64 (754) 3000+ @2GHz |
    | ASUS K8N-E DLX BIOS 1.11 | 512x 2 OCZ Premier DDR400 2.5-3-3-7 | Antec Sonata 380W | 9600 Pro 128MB | 19" 930B

  3. #33
    Mar 2006

    Re: mid-range INTEL/ATi setup?

    ThermalRIGHT TRU-120-Xtreme.

    Removed southbridge passive heatsink and silicon paste, applied AS5.

    SB with AS5.

    Intel E8400 CPU

    ThermalRIGHT Ultra Extreme-120, Delta 220cfm fan, (note thermalright 40mm fan on northbridge).

    2x2GB DDR2 PC-6400 (a further 2x2GB are now in, for a total of 8GB).

    8 x 400FSB @ 1.3Vcore, 3.2GHz.

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