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 Post Posted: Mon Dec 05, 2011 4:36 am 
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makes me...

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a little bit....

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happy in the pants.

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Win7 will be here tomorrow. then it starts! woaoow!
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 Post subject: Re: Just Another 630i R&R ASRock P67 Ex6, i5-2400, 560 ti
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now it says win7 wont be here till sunday? so monday i guess. Image think im gonna grab a retail copy today and return the other. driving me nuts!

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now it says win7 wont be here till sunday? so monday i guess. Image think im gonna grab a retail copy today and return the other. driving me nuts!


Patience is a virtue...which admittedly few of us have. :lol: I feel your pain. :|

But great gfx card for the price--you won't be disappointed! :cool:

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 Post subject: Re: Just Another 630i R&R ASRock P67 Ex6, i5-2400, 560 ti
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now it says win7 wont be here till sunday? so monday i guess. Image think im gonna grab a retail copy today and return the other. driving me nuts!


Patience is a virtue...which admittedly few of us have. :lol: I feel your pain. :|

But great gfx card for the price--you won't be disappointed! :cool:


i cooled off a bit. 200 bucks for retail, 15%restocking at newegg. i guess ill wait. sux cuz its in phoenix, 1.5 hrs away, and suposed to be here on a day the mail doesnt come. :lolno:

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little later today, im gonna get started. gutted, cleaned, new install, and all ready for the OS that has taken 9 days to get here. (10 tomorrow) double check my back ups then its time for surgery.....

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 Post subject: Re: Just Another 630i R&R ASRock P67 Ex6, i5-2400, 560 ti
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The GTX 560Ti looks good. :D

If you wanna spice it up a bit, you can add these to the card to give it some lower temps and a snazzy new look:

http://www.evga.com/products/moreInfo.a ... ccessories - Hardware&sw=4

http://www.evga.com/products/moreInfo.a ... ccessories - Hardware&sw=4

My GTX 580s came with the high flow bracket, and from what I see online, it really helps compared to the stock one. And the backplate not only makes it look boss, but it drops it another couple degrees, and protects the PCB of the card.

You can check out some pics here at EVGA and see how nice it looks:

http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=929539&mpage=12

Just make sure your ports match the bracket.

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 Post subject: Re: Just Another 630i R&R ASRock P67 Ex6, i5-2400, 560 ti
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thoes are cool lookin. ill look into em after im done w/ cuttin up the side pannel. see how things line up.

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 Post subject: Re: Just Another 630i R&R ASRock P67 Ex6, i5-2400, 560 ti
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All done. Finished up lastnight. Will get some pics up soon. I hope the mail comes. Wow, the wires are a mess. Thy were b4 but I guess you notice more when its your own handy work.

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 Post subject: Re: Just Another 630i R&R ASRock P67 Ex6, i5-2400, 560 ti
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Make sure all your drivers and bios are up to date. I used my new build for a week before realizing my BIOS was seriously outdated. After a quick and easy flash everything seems faster and my hard drive problems stopped. Even my front panel USB ports started working after updating everything. I just went to MSI's website and downloaded every driver and software available. I'm sure ASRock has their own updates.

Can't wait to see the pics!!

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 Post subject: Re: Just Another 630i R&R ASRock P67 Ex6, i5-2400, 560 ti
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I'm sure ASRock has their own updates.


They do, but they're not very vigilant about posting new updates for them; you often have to get them from third-party sources. The three places to check for the latest are:

1. ASRock's support website (though typically outdated)
http://www.asrock.com/mb/download.asp?M ... 4&o=Win764

2. Ket of XtremeSystem's 7-zip archive (contains only select drivers)
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=67VKOL63

3. Direct from the manufacturer (always the latest)

Intel INF/PCH/Chipset (these can be installed on top of the old chipset drivers):
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/scripts ... ductID=816

Realtek RTL8111E (PCIe) Ethernet/LAN:
http://www.realtek.com/downloads/downlo ... Down=false

Intel Rapid Storage Technology:
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchR ... Technology

Etron EJ168 USB 3.0:
http://www.etron.com/SystemICs.php

Marvell SE9120 SATA3:
(unable to locate official download page)

Intel Management Engine:
(unable to locate official download page)

Realtek ALC892 Audio Codec:
http://www.realtek.com/downloads/downlo ... Down=false

Hope this helps!

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 Post subject: Re: Just Another 630i R&R ASRock P67 Ex6, i5-2400, 560 ti
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ok im up and runnin! done about 2hrs ago, but had all the damn installs and downloads to do. ok here some pics.

aint bout to show what it looked like before we took a little shower. i live out in the sticks, so its dusty out here. even w/ cleaning.

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all thoes pics are from lastnight. i still need to get a 3 pin 120mm fan for the HDD. theres a 80mm in there now. smaller the fan, the shorter the wires i guess lol. (pic #3) I will be getting a modular PSU when i can. wires drove me nuts! and some more HDDs when i can. have 320gig now.


this was about 30 min b4 the mail got here. made sure boot order was set to dvd. (dont laugh at my bad ass monitor)

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and up and runnin full blast 10min ago

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been a couple years, but i dont think takein it completely back apart 3 times last night is to bad lol. (I/O panel shield, was the worst cuz it was all back together. :lolno: PSU was another. :roll: and power switch was one i caught kinda early :wtf: ) well there it is, now to hurry up and wait for games to down load.....
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due to where i live, all the money in the (my) world cant fix this tho :wtf:


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Nice build indeed--when you said you cleaned it, you weren't kidding! :)

BTW, I'm with you on the BF3 download/patch update :!: I hope EA rolled the patches and Back to Karkand maps into the main DL for new buyers, or you'll be looking at another 3.9GB DL after it installs... the game is worth it though! :)

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Yea, I put everything I could in the shower. I used to smoke in the house so was much needed. Im now downloading at 170/sec, let the rest of the hood wake up and im sure it'll bog down again. Sure its a snowday for kids here. /sigh. More waiting.

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Great job and well done :cool: Its a great feeling when you push that button and everything fires up :D

I feel spoiled on my 12meg isp connection :rofl: But I will tell you it can always be worse...my gf's connection is .5 meg...so her download speed is 50k :wtf: Now my parents on the other hand live on a farm and through a dish and $40 a month they can hit 9meg :o I about crapped my drawers when I did a speed test on their internet :mrgreen:

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Very nice work! Glad to see it up and running. :D

The internet part sucks though.......man I would slit my wrists if that was my internet connection. :rofl:

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gdonner wrote:
Nice build indeed--when you said you cleaned it, you weren't kidding! :)

BTW, I'm with you on the BF3 download/patch update :!: I hope EA rolled the patches and Back to Karkand maps into the main DL for new buyers, or you'll be looking at another 3.9GB DL after it installs... the game is worth it though! :)


im guessing its in patch. cuz i just got the Xpack. no download, no key, but active.

origin was down when i left for work, so im only at 46.5% downloaded :lolno:

m3th0d1c4l wrote:
man I would slit my wrists if that was my internet connection. :rofl:


ive been sittin here for days now watchin bar graphs creep along so slow, you cant see em move. theres times when ive thought about it.... :wtf:

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no probs yet. everything running smooth. i just wanted to say thanks guys. ya helped me out a bunch. look me up on origin if ya wanna blow stuff up on BF3. someone should start a 630i group on steam. would be pretty cool. anyways thx again!

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this is on its way. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6824236117

major upgrade from http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6824176112


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Sweet Monitor. BF3 is going to look amazing on that thing.
Now you need to convince the wife to let you get a second 560Ti to really take advantage of the screen. :lol:

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my "office". (storage room really). idk if i care for having 2 screens. rarely use the old one. got me some foux 2.1 speakers. (just a separate sub, stereo really.24$ :? ) time to start saving some cash for the race car. im happy so far. thx again for the help guys!

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oooooohhhhhhhhh! This makes me wanna toss out my Aurora and start me up a new system.

Nicely done. Btw, who is that handsome devil in the center of the far right screen?

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oooooohhhhhhhhh! This makes me wanna toss out my Aurora and start me up a new system.

Nicely done. Btw, who is that handsome devil in the center of the far right screen?


yea, thats just some hot dude. dont know em, but i troll the same forums and video games he does. so hot! lol

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Thats a nice settup :cool: I like to use my second monitor for teamspeak, rcon, msi afterburner, and realtemp during gaming sessions :D

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deando2008 wrote:
Thats a nice settup :cool: I like to use my second monitor for teamspeak, rcon, msi afterburner, and realtemp during gaming sessions :D



some times, not all the time tho, when i start a game, the second screen goes black. is that right? is it cuz the game is set to full screen? but id like to have stuff up if i could see it. just not sure how to fix, or if its even a problem. :?

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EVGA GTX560Ti SC 1024MB/ 8GB G.Skill RipjawsX DDR3-1600
Belkin n52te/ Razor Naga/ HP 2009m 1600x900 60Hz/Asus VH238H 23" LED
Built with the help from the guys at my630i.com Thx Guys!


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