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swimomatic

Registered
Joined
Mar 21, 2006
Card: MSI RX800 256e
Ram: 256 mb
Bus: PCIE
Manufacturer: ATI
Clock: 437.79/447.43
ATI Tool Used to OC
Ram Type & Rated Speed: R430?
Cooling: Stock
Temps 41/70
 

WeezleXX89

Member
Joined
Mar 14, 2006
Location
Earth
I am building my first computer and I need some hints on what parts I should use. These are the parts I'm think about please state you opinion.

CASE-XION XION II XON-101 Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case 450W Power Supply

MOTHERBOARD-DFI LANPARTY UT nF4 Ultra-D Socket 939 NVIDIA nForce4 Ultra ATX AMD Motherboard.

PROCESSOR-AMD Opteron 144 Venus 1GHz HT 1MB L2 Cache Socket 939 Processor.

VIDEO CARD-ASUS EN6800GT/2DT/256MB Geforce 6800GT 256MB GDDR3 PCI Express x16 Video Card.

HARD DRIVE-western digital RPM7200 250GB

RAM-2GB of DIMM RAM

CD-ROM DRIVE- DVD burner combo with CD-RW combo
 

turkey4550

Member
Joined
Mar 19, 2006
Location
portland, Tennessee
Well, Weezle..... The guts of your future pc sound alright, great choice for cpu, but your not going to be happy with that case and psu. Manily the psu. As we all know invidia pcix cards are power hungry and that generic psu will not cut the mustard. I would suggest looking into a silverstone, or ocz psu. SVC.com has some great deals on the silverstone's right now. As for the case, well, thats a little much for a steel case especially not being tool-less design. Collermaster has some cases in that price range or a little more if your dead set on steel. ie..centurion5. They are tool-less and look pretty good. There are so many options for cases though so take your time and choose something that looks good and user friendly. If you are planning on overclocking!!!!! You will be in the case frequently resetting c-mos, last minute cable moving, and securing, etc....
 

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Joined
Sep 27, 2003
3DMark05 (with mem at 618 twaeked timings) - 7,757

Card: X850XT
Ram: 256
Manufacturer: Sapphire
Clock: 630/625
BiosMod: N/A
PipeMod: N/A
Volt Mod: No
Ram Type: 1.6ns
Cooling: Dangerden maze 4
Temps 30/38
 

Tularian

Registered
Joined
Apr 8, 2006
Location
Netherlands
Card: X800XT PCI-E
Ram: 256
Manufacturer: ATI
Clock: 565/610 (improved airflow)
BiosMod: N/A
PipeMod: N/A
Volt Mod: No
Cooling: VF700Cu-LED
 
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TerraPhantm

Member
Joined
Nov 28, 2005
Card: X800Pro PCIe w/ VIVO
Ram: 256
Manufacturer: ATI
Clock: 580/540
BiosMod: no
PipeMod: no
Volt Mod: No
Cooling: stock
 

JOW!

Member
Joined
Jan 31, 2006
x800pro w/VIVO
ram: 256
manufacturer: sapphire
clock 600/560 - max ben 625/580
biosmod - no
pipemod - no
volt mod - no
cooling - stock

thinking about soft mod to x800xt pe
 

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Sep 27, 2003
JOW! said:
x800pro w/VIVO
ram: 256
manufacturer: sapphire
clock 600/560 - max ben 625/580
biosmod - no
pipemod - no
volt mod - no
cooling - stock

thinking about soft mod to x800xt pe
Why not do it? You've nothing to lose if you do it carefully... as long as you're sure that it'll flash.

By the way, do NOT flash while card is overclocked... well, if you're doing it with a floppy I guess it will already be at stock clocks. :)

Good luck.

P.S. If you're on PCI-e, then I don't think it flashes. There's a way to check with ATI Tool I believe. Go here and it'll explain how to check:
http://www.techpowerup.com/articles/overclocking/vidcard/127
 

Ritek

Member
Joined
Jun 9, 2005
Location
Ohio
Card: X800 Pro
Ram: 256Mb
Bus: AGP
Manufacturer: ATi
Clock: 550/540
BiosMod: N/A
PipeMod: N/A
Volt Mod: No
Ram Type & Rated Speed: Samsung 2.0
Cooling: Zalman VF700-Cu
Temps (idle/load): 37/59
 

largon

Member
Joined
Apr 3, 2005
Location
Suomi Finland
Card: X800GTO
Ram: 256MB
Bus: PCIe
Manufacturer: Connect3D
Clock: 600+/600+ (no need for more)
Bench: 666+/645+ (more volts - more clocks :))
BiosMod: GTO -> XT
PipeMod: Success (16)
Volt Mod: Yes
Ram Type & Rated Speed: Samsung 2.0ns
Cooling: GPU water, mem air
Temps (idle/load): ~30/40 (ºC)

3DMark05: 8189
 

Krogen

Member
Joined
Aug 29, 2006
Location
Underground
Card: X850XT
Ram: 256
Bus: PCI-E
Manufacturer: Sapphire
Clock: 557/612 (520/540 Stock)
BiosMod: No
PipeMod: N/A
Volt Mod: No
Cooling: Stock
Temps (idle/load): 41/73
 

RollingThunder

Destroyer of Trolls & Spammers
Joined
Jan 7, 2005
Do any of these ATI boards provide for a visible on screen temperature , specifically my X550?
 
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grumperfish

Member
Joined
Nov 10, 2005
Card: X800Pro
Ram: 256
Bus: AGP
Manufacturer: ATi
Clock: 550/580 (475/450 Stock)
Ram Type & Rated Speed: Samsung 2.0
BiosMod: No
PipeMod: failed
Volt Mod: No
Cooling: V1 Ultra and ramsinks
Temps (idle/load): 33/42
 
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Bensa

Member
Joined
Jun 2, 2003
Card: X800GT
Ram: 256
Bus: AGP
Manufacturer: Sapphire
Clock: 475/590
BiosMod: None
PipeMod: Success (to 12)
Volt Mod: No
Ram Type & Rated Speed: Samsung 2.0
Cooling: ATI Silencer Rev.2
Temps (idle/load): 40/55
 

leaddraft

Member
Joined
Dec 29, 2002
Location
wilmington
Card X800 GTO
Ram: 256
Bus: AGP
Manufacturer: Sapphire
Clock: 465/580 (Using ATI tool)
BiosMod: None
Active pipes 12
Volt Mod: No
Ram Type & Rated Speed: Samsung 2.0
Cooling: stock
Temps (idle/load): 40/55
 

raevien

Member
Joined
Aug 25, 2006
Card: x700pro
Bus: AGP
Manufacturer: ATI
Clock: 510/455
BiosMod: n/a
PipeMod: n/a
Volt Mod: no
Ram Type & Rated Speed: not sure
Cooling: stock
Temps (idle/load): 40/60
 

Quest For Speed

Member
Joined
Jan 29, 2003
Location
New York City
Card: X850XT
Ram: 256
Bus: PCI-E
Manufacturer: Sapphire
Clock:650/650
BiosMod:XT-PE
PipeMod: NA
Volt Mod:Yes 1.6 GPU, 2.25 VDD, 2.32 VDDQ
Ram Type & Rated Speed: Samsung 1.6
Cooling: Watercooling
Temps (idle/load): 27/39
Memory Timings modded using AtiTool

3DMark05 8822
 
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deltaxx33

Member
Joined
Jan 5, 2007
DIABLO TEK X600PRO

X600PRO 256mb stock 400/200(Samsung memory chips)@486/236- Pci-e -bios-n/a -pipes -n/a -volt mod - n/a - Heatsink on rear memory chips- temps- 45/75:)