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Message 1737139 - Posted: 26 Oct 2015, 9:24:00 UTC

Nice - definitely from the Haselgrove "Orange and Black" era.
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Message 1737144 - Posted: 26 Oct 2015, 9:47:48 UTC - in response to Message 1737139.  
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Has a Halloween feel to it.... I call it Angry Orange:)

EDIT.. not sure why my original pics disappeared and since I can't edit the post, I can't fix it.... Thanks to Richard for reposting
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Message 1737193 - Posted: 26 Oct 2015, 13:46:53 UTC

Nice, and yeah Halloween did come to mind with Me as well, still looks all ship shape(nice and neat).
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Message 1737223 - Posted: 26 Oct 2015, 15:49:14 UTC

That is an outstanding looking machine ....just awesome

I wish i would be good at cable routing etc ..mine always look like someone crapped in a corner no matter how hard i try
I came down with a bad case of i don't give a crap
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Message 1737224 - Posted: 26 Oct 2015, 15:55:54 UTC

Zule - my apologies for attributing your PC to Richard. My comment should thus read "Nice - definitely from the Zule 'Orange and Black' era".
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Message 1737244 - Posted: 26 Oct 2015, 18:43:05 UTC - in response to Message 1737224.  

Very impressive Zule,

The orange is a nice touch.
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Message 1737291 - Posted: 26 Oct 2015, 20:57:09 UTC - in response to Message 1737137.  

Amazing build indeed. I'm wondering why Gigabyte supplies 6 PCIE slots although only 4 dual-slot GPUs fit in. The two PCIEX4 are wasted.
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Message 1737316 - Posted: 26 Oct 2015, 22:10:24 UTC - in response to Message 1737291.  

Absolutely beautiful.

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Message 1737322 - Posted: 26 Oct 2015, 22:42:38 UTC - in response to Message 1737138.  

We may as well see them:





I have followed custom PCs for years. I have never had the money to build one of my own, a monster I mean. This one is the best I have ever seen, through all of the magazines and websites, it is the best.

KUDOS! I hope it is a number crunching monster!
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Message 1737327 - Posted: 26 Oct 2015, 23:04:16 UTC

Zule, how did you end up with a computer creation date of 11 Feb 2012 ??

Obviously everything changed, but did you reuse an old drive/OS and Seti read that info?
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Message 1737330 - Posted: 26 Oct 2015, 23:22:33 UTC

Well I just updated My thread some, come over and take a look, one of My PCs just got some work done on it today.
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Message 1737347 - Posted: 27 Oct 2015, 0:23:58 UTC - in response to Message 1737327.  

Zule, how did you end up with a computer creation date of 11 Feb 2012 ??

Obviously everything changed, but did you reuse an old drive/OS and Seti read that info?

You simply move your data directory to the new system.
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Message 1737353 - Posted: 27 Oct 2015, 0:40:54 UTC - in response to Message 1737347.  

ohh I see.
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Message 1737362 - Posted: 27 Oct 2015, 1:01:39 UTC

man i wish i could clean up machines like that mine always look awful
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Message 1737366 - Posted: 27 Oct 2015, 1:17:52 UTC

I took a better pic of the Quad 590 PC(Pegasus). The case now has 3 GTX590 cards installed, of course all the water blocks will need to be cleaned out before use, since 2 blocks are used and 2 blocks are new(at least when I bought them).

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Message 1738472 - Posted: 31 Oct 2015, 9:07:53 UTC
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My old AMD machine killed over earleir this year, and this is my new partial build reusing some of my old hardware (video, ram, psu, etc).

Nothing fancy... No pics, its not a model, its an unsexy, greasy worker.

* NZXT Guardian 921
* I7-4790K turbo to 4.4. no other OC. I stability>speed
* 24GB ram Corsair Vengeance (16gb usable, will address it later. recently added 16gb with the existing 8gb)
* Gigabyte Z97X UDH5 board
* Corsair TX750
* MSI H6770 video
* Samsung Evo m2 500GB SDD (rapid enabled, all frequently changed files on HDD)
* WD 1TB HDD
* QLA2350 FC card (1.6TB RAID-6 MSA1000)
* PVR2250 tuner
* Swiftech Apogee2 cooling loop. (51C full load seti or rendering short-term, 63 max after 48 hours)
* MX518 Gaming mouse (oldie but a goodie)
* G510s keyboard
* Generic 25" monitor
* Asus 21" monitor #2
* Saitek flight pro52 joystick
* Windows 7 Home Premium

My local 24x7 server which has mapped shares I use *a lot*. Also a part-time cruncher...
* 1U Supermicro case
* Front bezel w/ Crystalfontz C633 LCD for status information
* Supermicro X7DCL-I
* 2) L5420 Xeon (quad core)
* 8GB Hyundai ECC RAM
* 2) 230GB enterprise HDD (RAID-1, intel codebase)
* Boltek StormTracker PCI device
* Server 2003 Enterprise

Not in use:
2) DL360G3 Proliant
1) Supermicro PDSMI+
1) Poweredge 2500
1) Poweredge 860
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Message 1740147 - Posted: 6 Nov 2015, 14:00:20 UTC

Here's my current setup (no pictures yet):

System 1
* Intel Core2 6600 @ 2.4GHz
* 6GB RAM
* 1TB HDD
* 750GB HDD
* 250GB HDD (2x)
* running ESXI 5.5 /w 1x Win2k8, 1x Win7, 5x Ubuntu Server 14.04

System 2
* AMD FX-4300 @ 3.8GHz
* 8GB RAM
* nVidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti
* nVidia GeForce 9400 GT
* 750GB HDD
* 500GB HDD (2x)
* running Win7

Androids
* HTC One M7
* Yarvik Tab9-200

Planning to build a third system from some spare parts I have.
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Message 1746265 - Posted: 2 Dec 2015, 10:45:22 UTC

I have been following this thread since long. Never built a super cruncher, however, here are my rigs.







I am still in the process of building my 3rd rig. So far, it is just a CPU cruncher. Got the motherboard cheap on ebay so I could reuse my old CPU. GPUs will need to wait till I have the budget. Currently uses an old Radeon X1300 since there is no onboard video.



The second card on my main rig GTX 285 gave out a couple of months back. These were the very first GPU that I purchased way back in 2009. Rigs 1, 2 & 3 are controlled through this via VNC.



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Message 1746585 - Posted: 3 Dec 2015, 18:12:24 UTC
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Here is my crunching machine. Since you have seen tons of pictures from the outside and the inside of a machine here is my desktop.



If I remember correctly the RAC will gradually shift to a horizontal line when it begins to reach its maximum value. No sign of that happening yet.
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Message 1746671 - Posted: 4 Dec 2015, 1:11:16 UTC

Maybe something for someone with a mini-ITX motherboard and them wanting to go for water cooling, but none of the packages thus far was useful: Corsair H5 SF Prefilled Water Cooling.

It looks pretty snazzy...

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