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2005-08-08T23:10:03Z
Just like you're using 2gigs of DDR2 with an AMD CPU?
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OCSTONECOLD
2005-08-08T23:21:39Z
Marco C
2005-08-08T23:29:58Z
The 4800+ is supposed to run at 2400MHz, and AMD doesn't support DDR2. You may want to update your signature...
OCSTONECOLD
2005-08-08T23:35:12Z
???? HMMMM HOLD ON
OCSTONECOLD
2005-08-08T23:45:52Z
Your right...My bad...it's DDR 4400C25 550MHZ XMS MEMORY
OCSTONECOLD
2005-08-09T01:10:39Z
SORRY I DELETED IT ON ACCIDENT
OCSTONECOLD
2005-08-09T01:13:27Z
HERE THEY ARE AGAIN:



entermymatrix03
2005-08-09T01:53:13Z
i will say it again...sexy man, just sexy. you lucky bastid! lol.

i thought the liquid cooling tubes would have been a bit bigger...oh well, still damn fine.
OCSTONECOLD
2005-08-09T12:55:32Z
ACTUALLY, pictures make images seem small. If you were at my house and you opened up the side panel...it's actually bigger than what you think. The toobs are pretty big.

Oh and the 7800 GTX CARDS ARE SOME OF THE LARGEST VIDEO CARDS I HAVE EVER SEEN!!!!! TRUST ME, THEY ARE HUGE!!!! I have to try to find a way to fit the Physics card, when it's released. LOL.
bogusasa
2005-08-09T14:11:07Z
Im Sure you've heard this too many times but that is one fat rig!!! Beats most iv seen.
Good building!!
chessmasterscds
2005-08-09T14:27:58Z
yes, I got two BFG's 7800's and they're huge.. they're just really big.... I didn't have problems to fit those on my big butt koolance case...
I had problems with the mobo, which is the biggest mobo I ever seen... I had to remove the water pump from it's place put the mobo reaaly carefully between the power supply and the side panel of the case... the mobo is the X6DAT-G from supermicro.