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Thread: Gigabyte GA-7VRXP (vs 2.0)/GeForce4 Card




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    heh ok Atlas

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    I had to RMA my board because it wasn't compatable with the GF4 4200. Epox and MSI seem to have the best boards out for the XP at the moment. Oh yeah..... Asus seems to be pretty succesfull with it's board too. Not a lot of complaints from what I have read.

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    Soyo Platinum is best

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    Okay....I'm back from vacation. Drove all night from Ohio and back in NJ at 5:00am (EST) this morning. 11 hrs in the car. I don't want to do that again any time soon.

    Okay....back to business. Should get some time tonight/tomorrow to continue building my PC. Will post more pics as work is being completed.

    Talk to you guys soon!


    :cheers:

    Lian-Li PC60 Midtown (Modified Xoxide Case/LL-60 Warrior)
    Gigabyte GA-7VRXP (Revision 1.1) / (Reworked by Gigabyte)
    BIOS vs F10
    AMD Athlon XP 2100+ (1.73GHz)
    ThermalRight SLK-600 Copper Heatsink/Y.S Tech 60x60x25mm
    Corsair CMX512-3000C2 (512MB PC3000 370 MHz)
    Western Digital 80 GH Special Edition Hard Drive (WD80OJB)
    Lite-On CD-RW
    16X Pioneer-116 DVD ROM
    Gainward GeForce 4 Ti4600 (Power Pack Ultra/750 XP)
    Creative Labs Sound Blaster - Audigy Gamer
    Floppy Drive (Teac)
    Enermax Whisper Series (EG465PVE (FC) - 431Watt)
    WINDOWS XP Professional

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    heh eok

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    I made a little progress this evening but not much. Didn't get any further than choosing between using the Lian-Li Bezels or the Solartrum I had bought for match the drives to the color of my Li-Lian Silver case.

    After trying the Solartrum on my floppy drive I opt to go with the Bezels for my drives. The bezels just have a very clean look to them and I wasn't impressed with my results when using the Solartrum. Although the Solartrum definatly has a place in building my PC. Just not ready to use it quite yet.

    I'll definatly get to putting together tomorrow night.


    Picture of the drive without bezel.

    :cheers:

    Lian-Li PC60 Midtown (Modified Xoxide Case/LL-60 Warrior)
    Gigabyte GA-7VRXP (Revision 1.1) / (Reworked by Gigabyte)
    BIOS vs F10
    AMD Athlon XP 2100+ (1.73GHz)
    ThermalRight SLK-600 Copper Heatsink/Y.S Tech 60x60x25mm
    Corsair CMX512-3000C2 (512MB PC3000 370 MHz)
    Western Digital 80 GH Special Edition Hard Drive (WD80OJB)
    Lite-On CD-RW
    16X Pioneer-116 DVD ROM
    Gainward GeForce 4 Ti4600 (Power Pack Ultra/750 XP)
    Creative Labs Sound Blaster - Audigy Gamer
    Floppy Drive (Teac)
    Enermax Whisper Series (EG465PVE (FC) - 431Watt)
    WINDOWS XP Professional

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    DVD and Floppy drives with bezels.




    :cheers:

    Lian-Li PC60 Midtown (Modified Xoxide Case/LL-60 Warrior)
    Gigabyte GA-7VRXP (Revision 1.1) / (Reworked by Gigabyte)
    BIOS vs F10
    AMD Athlon XP 2100+ (1.73GHz)
    ThermalRight SLK-600 Copper Heatsink/Y.S Tech 60x60x25mm
    Corsair CMX512-3000C2 (512MB PC3000 370 MHz)
    Western Digital 80 GH Special Edition Hard Drive (WD80OJB)
    Lite-On CD-RW
    16X Pioneer-116 DVD ROM
    Gainward GeForce 4 Ti4600 (Power Pack Ultra/750 XP)
    Creative Labs Sound Blaster - Audigy Gamer
    Floppy Drive (Teac)
    Enermax Whisper Series (EG465PVE (FC) - 431Watt)
    WINDOWS XP Professional

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    Wow! Very nice! How long did it take? How delicate of a process is it? That is the best job I have ever seen, apart from the expensive 'replacement bezel' method. And those drives of yours are definatly comparable in quality to the 'replacement bezel' method.

    Very Impressive.
    "In their capacity as a tool, computers will be but a ripple on the surface of our culture. In their capacity as intellectual challenge, they are without precedent in the cultural history of mankind." - Edsger Dijkstra

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    zeradul,

    Thanks, but I think you might have misunderstood. Those pics are with the Bezels on them and NOT the Solartrim.

    I had the Solartrim on the floppy but then just put the Bezel over top of it as it wasn't quite as good as I would have liked it.

    I actually left the Solartim on the flap that opens and closes on the floppy since that Bezel didn't cover that piece. I think using both the Solartrim and Bezels is a good combo.








    :cheers:

    Lian-Li PC60 Midtown (Modified Xoxide Case/LL-60 Warrior)
    Gigabyte GA-7VRXP (Revision 1.1) / (Reworked by Gigabyte)
    BIOS vs F10
    AMD Athlon XP 2100+ (1.73GHz)
    ThermalRight SLK-600 Copper Heatsink/Y.S Tech 60x60x25mm
    Corsair CMX512-3000C2 (512MB PC3000 370 MHz)
    Western Digital 80 GH Special Edition Hard Drive (WD80OJB)
    Lite-On CD-RW
    16X Pioneer-116 DVD ROM
    Gainward GeForce 4 Ti4600 (Power Pack Ultra/750 XP)
    Creative Labs Sound Blaster - Audigy Gamer
    Floppy Drive (Teac)
    Enermax Whisper Series (EG465PVE (FC) - 431Watt)
    WINDOWS XP Professional

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    Finally getting around to actually building my PC and ran into a problem. Hope someone can help me out.

    Here's what we've got so far (will clean cabling once I work out the bugs).

    Lian-Li PC60 Midtown (Modified Xoxide Case/LL-60 Warrior)
    Gigabyte GA-7VRXP (Revision 1.1) / (Reworked by Gigabyte)
    BIOS vs F10
    AMD Athlon XP 2100+ (1.73GHz)
    ThermalRight SLK-600 Copper Heatsink/Y.S Tech 60x60x25mm
    Corsair CMX512-3000C2 (512MB PC3000 370 MHz)
    Western Digital 80 GH Special Edition Hard Drive (WD80OJB)
    Lite-On CD-RW
    16X Pioneer-116 DVD ROM
    Gainward GeForce 4 Ti4600 (Power Pack Ultra/750 XP)
    Creative Labs Sound Blaster - Audigy Gamer
    Floppy Drive (Teac)
    Enermax Whisper Series (EG465PVE (FC) - 431Watt)
    WINDOWS XP Professional

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