Nick: climber07  Info
Age: 47
Location: California



Uploaded: 07.07.2007 11:02
Categories: Full case

climber07 - System #2 Specifications:*Intel Core2 Duo E6600 @ 2.4 GHz*Thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme Heatsink with Thermaltake 120mm adjusta

System #2 Specifications:

*Intel Core2 Duo E6600 @ 2.4 GHz
*Thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme Heatsink with Thermaltake 120mm adjustable high speed Blue LED fan.
*Asus P5N32-E SLI Motherboard
*2 GB Kingston Hyper-X DDR2800 PC26400
*BFG GeForce 8800 GTX OC 768 MB PCI-E (600 MHz GPU and 1800 MHz DDR3)
*2 Wester Digital 74 GB 10,000 RPM HDDs (RAID 0)
*2 Seagate Barracuda SATA II 320 GB 7200 RPM HDDs
*Thermaltake Toughpower 850W (Custom Wired)
*Vantec Card Fan (for video card)
*1 120mm exhaust fan
*4 80mm intake fans
*Zalman Fan/Light Controller
*Apevia X-Pleasure Full Tower Aluminum Case
*Cambridge Soundworks FPS 1800 speakers
*Sunbeam Pro Illuminated Keyboard
*MicroSoft Intellipoint Optical Trackbal
*Dual 20" Dell E207WFP Widescreen monitors*
*Windows XP Pro w/ SP2

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24.10.2007 17:40 Wiltsushould check better, they are 20"
13.07.2007 02:12 climber07It's one of the best air coolers on the market. The Thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme. It could go to 3+ GHz but 2.835 is what nTune stabilized it at. I'm not looking for another 200 MHz of performance out of it.
12.07.2007 08:24 ErrtuIs there some Scythe cooler on your CPU, or is it with boxed cooler? I mean that CPU should go over 3GHz with good heatsink.
12.07.2007 05:46 climber07Clocked the processor to 2.835 GHz. Stable and fast!
12.07.2007 05:45 climber07LMAO. They're only a few watts but I see what you mean.
07.07.2007 11:41 HaoKiWhoa that's bright...:D You almost need a separate psu to power all of those lights...:P