New build…. awesome case…
Xcase 404-V3 … changed what needed to be changed …
CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 965BE @ 4.0Ghz
RAM: Kingston Hyper-x Dual Channel 1600Mhz
GPU: Sapphire Extreme 5850 in Crossfire met Arctic Cooler Twin Turbo
Mobo: M4A89TD Pro/USB3
PSU: XFX XPS Black Edition 750W
Chieftech hotswap cage 4*2.5″:
ssd: cordair force seriers 60gb
Zalman MFC2 fancontroller
cpu idle 30-32 // load 42
gpu 1 idle 40 // load 48
gpu 2 idle 37 // load 45
(H50 single intake, push/pull doesn’t take anything off the temperatures when you use a Scythe Kaze 38mm @ 3000rpm :))
Check this one out 🙂
Look closely at 4m10s and 9m15s …
This show’s the EPIC-ness of the game 🙂
I was thinking of building a 19″ rack for holding my server and my switch…
So I made myself the beginning of a rack 🙂
My previous NAS system had been liquidated, instead, I grabbed together some old parts and some new parts to make a new ‘fileserver’.
This system contains some harddrives for backup purposes, it also runs our Teamspeak server, µTorrent client, webserver, ftp-server, media-server, virusscanner update centre and some other stuff 🙂
Sorry for crappy pics, cell-phone + bad lighting 🙂
Case: Chieftec BH-01-B
PSU: Corsair VX400
Mobo: Asus P5N-E SLI
CPU: Intel Celeron D-420
RAM: Apacer – 4*2GB
GPU: Ati Radeon x1050 (passive)
NIC: TP-Link: TG3269 is a 10/100/1000Mbps
HDD: 1*160gb Seagate 32mb/c (OS)
HDD: 2*1.5tb Samsung 154ui
HDD: 1*2tb Samsung 204ui
HDD: 2 free slots 😉
FAN: Back: 1 Scythe Gentle Typhoon @ 900rpm (max 1200rpm)
FAN: Side: 2 Scythe S-Flex @ 700rpm (max 1500rpm)
This morning before I went to work, my ADSL link was down.
So I thought HOORAY … VDSL finally active after the promised activation on friday !
So I hooked up the new ROUTER Dommel provided for the use of the vdsl2 connection and awaited the signal to come in … but NO … nothing :p
I left for work and when I was out for like 5 minutes, a Technician called home to say that the conversion had just happened, so that everything would be up and running.
I’ll post some info tonight !
Some time ago I placed an order with dommel.be for the upgrade of my home internet connection.
Today I received my Router which they deliver with this particular subscription.
The connection will become a VDSL2 connection with speeds of 18mbps download/1.2Mbps upload.
The Router itself is a Sagem 3464 wlan vdsl2 type.
(I apologize for the blurry pictures)
As some newsposts on the net say that this router only has 1 LAN port, they are wrong.
There are 3 more ports on the side but 2 of them are described as TV ports.
As soon as my vdsl connection is up and running I’ll post some more info !