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Some guy on the forums

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About Some guy on the forums

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 2004-05-20

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  • Steam
    The entire Soviet Union
  • Reddit
    Itsame46

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    small town in california
  • Interests
    PC repairs and gaming
  • Biography
    *something interesting*

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700
  • Motherboard
    Dell Precision 390 Mobo
  • RAM
    8 GB DDR2 Corsair XMS2 @ a staggering 677 MHz
  • GPU
    EVGA GEFORCE GTX 660
  • Case
    Dell Precision 390 case
  • Storage
    BOOT: 250 GB Western Digital Caviar Blue/Main Storage:500 GB Western Digital
  • PSU
    Dell OEM 375 watt
  • Display(s)
    Dell S(something something)W
  • Cooling
    Glorious upgraded heatpiped cooler
  • Keyboard
    Generic HP keyboard
  • Mouse
    a mouse from DELL
  • Sound
    BOSE Companion Series II and a Logitech Subwoofer
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64 bit

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  1. i don't have pictures of it right now but i have what i believe is an ATI Radeon 2400 XT or ATI Radeon HD 3450 (Dell OEM Units), i really can't tell the difference between the two, i will post a pic of it later
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    I finally finished fully upgrading this noice Dell Precision T3400, now it has some pretty decent hardware,it didnt come with a power supply so a got one from a friend who was selling his(it was literally brand new), so far this is what it is packing 

     

    CPU:Intel Core 2 Quad Q6700 @ 2.66GHz

    Ram Corsair 8GB DDR2 Ram @ 800 MHz

    Power Supply: EVGA N1 400 Watt power supply

    Storage: a mere 250 gb hard  drive for now

    GPU: EVGA GTX 950 (i was brand new never used, it is still under waranty)

     

    i also went ahead and bought the upgraded cooler for it and my main rig(Precision 390)

     

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    Here's a pic of the insides, i took this pic before i got the GTX 950 for it(gpu in the bottom pic is a xfx 8600 gts), also a little fun fact on picture on the very top if this post, the CPU on the corner of the rig is a Xeon X5355, i just placed that there to make people think that is was the core 2 quad(sneek 100)

    1. Schnoz

      Schnoz

      Nice! Just curious, could we see the insides?

    2. Schnoz
  3. This is my Nvidia Geforce 8600 GTS made by XFX, this is the first old graphics card that i bought, and its the one that has started my liking to collect old GPU's, when i got it i looked like if it was left sitting outside for a good while(hence the discoloration of the plastic and the bit of rust on the screws), but that hasn't stopped it, when i went ahead to test it on my test bench it was shorting something out but after i cleaned it thoroughly it worked, to this day it runs like a champ, and its overclockable
  4. Thank you so much for making my day:

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  5. Most modern GPU's wont reach full core clock until they are under load.(like a heavy game)
  6. And the gpu doesn't show up in device manager in another computer
  7. Resoldering the pci connection didn't do anything
  8. It is a possibility, one that I hope isn't true
  9. I will try to resolver the pci power plug, but so far I don't have a fine tip for my soldering iron for incase i have to swap something small on the pcb so that will have to wait, as for the rest there is no visible buldgeing capacitors on the board, I have tried cleaning the pcb and the pci bar
  10. If I can't get it to work I probably will use it as paper weight
  11. A gpu baked to a crisp? Now that sounds fun but in all seriousness I would have tried that if I had a mini oven, the reason why I haven't done it with my oven in the kitchen is because when you heat a gpu in a oven it releases fumes that will contaminate the oven and any food that is baked afterwards
  12. what company? if you mean the distributor its an EVGA
  13. i removed the cooler from the card and i placed my finger on the GPU die (while being grounded with an esd bracelet or whatever you call them) and i cant feel any heat from the die or anywhere on the board, which is a bit strange
  14. i normally use GPUz to determine if the card is fake or not but since i cant see anything on screen, i, when i opened up the card and searched up the number on the GPU chip, it was a maxwell architecture GPU, so i guess it could be legit
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