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AMD Fanboy
hey guys:grin:

bought an asus EAH 6850 GPU for 11500 (got credit note of 2k from Rashi for my 8600GT)
great build quality and very silent fan, even at full loads.Luks damn sexy
lovin it :))

it completes my build

final system specs.

-AMD Phenom II X4 955 BE
-Asus M4A87TD-EVO
-Asus EAH 6850
-2X2GB Corsair VS2GB1333D3
-2x250GB Segate Sata II HDDs (Carried Fwd)
-Corsair VX550W
-19' Viewsonic LCD (CF)
-Logitech MK320 Wireless Keyboard & Mouse
-CoolerMaster Elite 430 (non trans. side panel)
-Logitech 2.1 speakers (CF)
-Windows7 Ultimate 64bits

thnx to all the members who helped me in building the rig ;)
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In the zone
Just bought following for my uncle in Mumbai

Just now bought online and will present him as a new year gift.

1 Seagate Barracuda ST31000528AS 1TB 7200 RPM 32MB SATA Desktop Hard drive
2 Corsair 4GB (1 x 4GB) DDR3 1333MHz Desktop Memory (CMV4GX3M1A1333C9)
3 MSI GeForce GTS450 1GB DDR5 NVidia PCI E Graphic Cards (N450GTS Cyclone 1GD5)
4 Intel Workstation Motherboard (WX58BP)
5 Intel Core i7-950 8M 3.06 GHz Processor
6 Benq 18.5inch Wide Screen LED Monitor (G922HDL)
7 Cooler Master Thermal Compound (HTK-002)
8 Cooler Master 120mm Blue Led Fan (R4-L2R-20CK-GP)
9 Belkin Surge Protector 6 Outlet (F9E600zb2M)
10 Thermaltake Matrix Mid-Tower Chassis ATX Cabinet (VD2000BNS)
11 APC Back UPS 650 (BE650Y-IN)
12 Logitech S150 Digital USB Speaker System
13 Logitech Ultra-Flat Keyboard Dark Shine
14 Seasonic 520W PowerSupply (S12II-520)

Thanks to Digit Team. (especially topgear bhai)

Total Cost around 60K plus shipping from
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And the heavens shall >D
am just building my rig.. the following have purchased

gtx 570 @ 21525
asus sabertooth 12130.. inc TAXES>>>


Aspiring Novelist
Extender for the 12V EPS connector. Good for routing and cable management. At times some PSUs have short ones.


In the zone
Last night I was changing my cabinet so I was assembling all the stuff again to my newly bought NZXT phantom cabinet. As usual i connected all the devices which included 3 HDDs, 1 Graphic Card, 1 Sound Card, 2 DVD Drives all these thing were connected with my old cabbie and it was working just fine. Yesterday the only extra thing i connected was NZXT's external fan controller which has a separate card which needs power supply to control the fan speeds and detect the temperature.
Now when I turned on the system it gave continuous 5 short beeps and then it booted and worked fine. I removed 1 HDD and tried again but the same thing. On consulting the MB manual it suggested me the overload on the PSU. So I removed the Fan controller and connected all the fans to the Cabby's fan controller. This thing solved the beeping issue.
I still am not clear that whether it was due to that fan controller card or what? I'm using Gigabyte's 460 Watts PSU.
If this is due to PSU then I may need to buy the PSU. Please advice?


In the zone
Try with only the boot HDD and the fan controller connected.

I tried 1 HDD the Fan Controller and the Soundcard connected....but it gave the same beep....the fan controller card needs no PCI just needs the power thru 4pin connector...


Aspiring Novelist
Seems you FAN controller is causing a short circuit some where. Can you try the unit on another machine. Just hook it to any spare molex off the PSU.


Guys got my Corsair 2GB DDR3 1333MHz RAM an hour back which I had ordered from the again the packaging was excellent.The Corsair cover is much better than that of the Zion one which I had bought from one of the local retailers at my place.Yet to plug it in my system.
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