Why not Ultras, and where is the option for "Free instant magical upgrades for the rest of your life so your pc will never suck and be obsolete" ?dukenukem said:Here's a pic of my dream pc,the ram has heat spreaders and led lights,2 hitachi 400gb hdd's not 160gb.
If your looking for some hardcore LCD moniters, look at http://www.digitaltigers.com/. They have some wicked screens (with crappy reponce times i think).Ipswitch said:Probably would need two power supplies. And if you want MAXIMUM ULTIMATE HARD DRIVE SPEED BOOST you should use SCSI 15k RPM drives and use lots of those new 400GB drives for storage in RAID5. And for your hardcore display needs use one of these. The website has been down for an eternity, so I don't know about procurement.
The 2500+'s is really good on nForce 2 motherboards(for overclocking)! This is my second 2500+ on this board (ABIT NF-7 v2), running stable and cool at 2.3GHz.n_w95482 said:My dream PC is an Athlon 64 3500+ (90nm) with a good nForce3 or K8T800 board. My overclocked Athlon XP 2500+ does pretty well though .
That's pretty hardcore. I know there's a display out there that is 10 screens, 5 on top, 5 on bottom and it costs $100k US but I can't for the life of me find the site. They are all 21" LCDs if I remember correctly.Viper_Viper said:Hardcore monitors
For some reason I cannot increase my FSB very much, I don't know if it's due to RAM that overclocks crappily (my guess) or if I have bad chipset cooling. Then again you have the same motherboard so I doubt it's that. It seems like I have to increase the voltage exponentially to get minor speed increases (like 1.675v=2.2 GHz, 1.8=2.3, 1.9+=2.4). I would go with the nForce4 but now that I have my new video card, I'm sticking with AGP a while longer.WEXP said:The 2500+'s is really good on nForce 2 motherboards(for overclocking)! This is my second 2500+ on this board (ABIT NF-7 v2), running stable and cool at 2.3GHz.
I think my next PC will be nForce 4 powered... socket 939