- May 4, 2008
...and you can hear the noise floor of your usb cable over that? I have manually oc'ed my cpu but it still steps down the multiplier when doing regular stuff. As for video overclocking why not just have an oc profile? Two clicks and your card is ready for gaming - a lot easier than booting up the pc. I have two video card profiles: one for gaming and one for regular use (where I've underclocked everything, more to keep noise low than to save power).
| Originally Posted by Juaquin /img/forum/go_quote.gif |
I did, 500W-100W=400W.
Yeah, 500W is high - I'm running 3 hard drives, 7 case fans, two dual-power-input videocards, etc. Both the videocards and the CPU are overclocked manually and therefore underclock is disabled (gaming rig, as I said). Don't forget to add in the large display which itself runs 25-30W, and all the peripherals.
...and you can hear the noise floor of your usb cable over that