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Hello everyone It's been a long time since I been around. I am getting my new rig Thurs and I want some of your guys guess on what kind of pitscore you think I will get with it and Thurs we will see who is the closest. This will be my very first custom computer so what do you guys think about the setup?? Any thoughts or suggestions would be gladly appreciated

 

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Rig specs are as follows..

 

Case..Antec D-85

Motherboard..Gigabyte Z77-UD5

Processor..Intel I7 3770K quad core overclocked to 4.5GHz

Heatsink..Scythe Ninja 3

Ram..16GB's of High Speed Kingston HyperX 12800 @ 1600MHz

Graphics cards..Two EVGA 670 GTX FTW edition in SLI with a 10% overclock

Operating system..Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit

SSD..120 GB Kingston HyperX 3K

Hard drive..2TB Seagate Barracuda

Disk Drive..Lite-on 24X dual layered multi-DVD burner

Sound card..Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeGamer Fatal1ty Pro Series

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Should put ya' in the mid 21's. (21,xxx)

 

 

 

 

:geezer:

That would be awesome if it does come in somewhere in the 20's, I can't wait for it to arrive!

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For wahtever reason the PIT Test doesn't recognize the O/C on these newer Intel CPU's all the time...

 

 

 

 

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Folding is basically lending out your computer power to do scientific research. You download a file from Stanford which uses your computer resources to help out in the research into cancer, influenza, Hodgkin disease, etc. It's a good endeavor which I wholly recommend however it does use your computing power and may increase your electricity bill. I hope your join our team.... :)

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Is there anything I can do to improve my disk score?

 

Just limit the amount of programs and stuff that you put on the SSD, clear the temp files and such on the Seagate. Do you have the latest firmware update for the Seagate drive?

 

 

 

 

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Just limit the amount of programs and stuff that you put on the SSD, clear the temp files and such on the Seagate. Do you have the latest firmware update for the Seagate drive?

 

 

 

 

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I have not checked on the firmware for the seagate

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My bad...:blushing:

If you search the site there you'll be able to find if there is an update for your drive.

 

 

 

 

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My bad... :blushing:If you search the site there you'll be able to find if there is an update for your drive. :geezer:

Ok thanks for the advise, I'm gonna check now

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