NZXT Switch 810 Special Edition Video

NZXT Switch 810 Special Edition Video

NZXT Switch 810 Special Edition Video  

Introduction

We recently reviewed the NZXT Switch 810 HERE at OC3D and adorned it with our Gold award because we loved it. Its been a long time since that a case has delivered so much without wanting to completely empty our bank ballences with it. So when NZXT asked us recently if we would like to take a look at the Special Edition Gunmetal Grey & Matte Black versions we jumped at the chance.

So here is our video overview of the cases and our thoughts on the new colours.


Video Review




We would like to thank NZXT for the 810 we have looked at today, you can discuss your thoughts in the OC3D Forums.

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07-05-2012, 10:37:03

Dario_92
Hi there, im new to the forums so if im posting in the wrong section i do apologize :)

Anyway, i have an i5-760 @3.60GHz, i would like to get to 4.00GHz stable :D but unfortunately i cannot take my cpu any higher :( I have made a slight change in voltages and still no luck, can anyone tell me what i am doing wrong or do i have a unlucky chip ?

Thanks, Dario

07-05-2012, 11:21:32

Byson
unlucky chip i'd guess, may also depend on temps and motherboard overclocking capabilities.

07-05-2012, 11:23:26

Resonance
It seems to be a dud chip to me.
I have the same problem on my FX-6100. I have it at 3.8Ghz and I can't take it past that, not even for saving my life.
I'm pretty sure mine is a dud as well. Gonna have to wait for the piledrivers.

07-05-2012, 11:25:37

Dario_92
Damn :( I have tried just about everything, oh well, 3.6Ghz is better than standard 2.88Ghz :biggrin:

07-05-2012, 11:29:17

marsey99
dude that cpu will do 4ghz.

what i dont know is if the lx will get it there as its a entry mobo and not known for being a great ocer.

if you post what you have tried voltage/setting wise people can give better help.

07-05-2012, 11:52:50

Dario_92


dude that cpu will do 4ghz.

what i dont know is if the lx will get it there as its a entry mobo and not known for being a great ocer.

if you post what you have tried voltage/setting wise people can give better help.




I cannot remember now, it was a while back and it has been bugging me since, when i built this pc i was on a budget :banghead: that's why i chose a 1156 over 1366 and chose this mobo :frown: I know it is fully stable at 3.6GHz but as soon as i try 3.7GHz its unstable and it crashes :(

Edit: Spelling

07-05-2012, 20:46:12

KING_OF_SAND
First you should get off that terrible 1156 socket and movie to an 1155 or 2011. Then sell you i5.

07-05-2012, 22:19:16

marsey99
dude you need to go into the bios and check whats what @3.6ghz so we know what might be the issue.


First you should get off that terrible 1156 socket and movie to an 1155 or 2011. Then sell you i5.




not your most helpful post kos :(

07-05-2012, 23:16:46

KING_OF_SAND


dude you need to go into the bios and check whats what @3.6ghz so we know what might be the issue.



not your most helpful post kos :(




I know. Here is a helpful post.

Go into BIOS and drop down to stock clocks, then find the most stable/lowest voltage you can find. Then instead of raising the multiplier raise the FSB slightly until crash. From there bump the voltage till stable again then start raising the multiplier until un-stable again. Next raise the voltages until stable and instead of raising the multi raise the FSB. Do this back and forth until neither work. Then your conclusion should be "this is the highest my CPU goes".
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