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OC3D TechSearch - The enthusiast orientated Google search

Lets face it, most of us have Google set as our homepage. The convenience of being able to fire up that new browser window or create a new tab and have that simplistic Google search box beaming back at you is infinitely useful. But what if it could get EVEN better?

We're all enthusiasts right? So most of our searches are Motherboard this, Memory that. Reviews, News, things to spend our latest pay cheque on...etc. Well what if in addition to your usual Google search, you could also perform searches across all of the worlds largest and most respected technology forums, blogs, websites and even retailers in a single click! Handy huh?

OC3D TechSearch - The enthusiast orientated Google search

This is exactly what we're striving to achieve with OC3D's latest invention: TechSearch. By harnessing the power of Google's massive index along with our knowledge of global tech websites, we've managed to put together a custom search that's entirely focused on returning only the results you're looking for. No crummy price comparison site results, no dodgy unheard of retailers. Just the good stuff.

Check out TechSearch now, and be sure to set it as your homepage if you find it useful. After all, its got all the features of your usual Google home, along with everything you need as an enthusiast!

TechSearch can also be accessed from these conveniently short URL's:

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http://g.oc3d.net

We'd love to hear your feedback in our forums, and be sure to keep checking TechSearch as we're going to be running some AWESOME COMPETITIONS to kick things off.

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10-10-2010, 16:09:49

Luigi
I read a lot about the low thermal limit of the CPU's.. Im well under the 65 degrees that everyone said you should try and stick below.

They're from scan, just search NZXT 24pin and it should find it. They do them for all sorts of connectors, sata etc, quite cool.


AMD cpus are not designed to get very hot dude. As soon as you come within the thermal limit it's game over tbh. Very impressive overclock though !

Edit. And spill the beans on where you got that ATX braid thinger.


10-10-2010, 16:17:55

AMDFTW
yer 65c rule for phenoms,is it the same for the hex?

10-10-2010, 16:20:40

Luigi


yer 65c rule for phenoms,is it the same for the hex?



I believe so.

I seem to be quite lucky with my chip, I'd like to take it further but I dont really see the point.. 6 cores at 4ghz is more than enough!

10-10-2010, 16:31:18

AMDFTW
would you not like 6 cores at 4.2? ;)

10-10-2010, 16:37:57

D4RK5iDERS
That was one hell of an improvement, it looks superb! :D

31-10-2010, 13:28:34

Luigi
So I finally got it all installed and pretty much 100% complete today - Im happy with the outcome anyway.

I use it mainly for driving sims (it will become apparent once you start looking through), and for that it is sublime.

The final piece was to wall mount my centre screen, allowing me to move all 3 screens further back and neaten the whole thing up.

As always, feedback is greatly appreciated!

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Yes- the side panel, fan controller and DVD drive had seen a little carbon wrap.. It wasnt the cheap stuff either, this wrap is the dogs dangles and wasnt too expensive either...
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31-10-2010, 13:45:34

lasher
Nice work

Which screens are those? Would love a triple setup like that!

Z5500's too, bet it sounds as good as it looks :)

31-10-2010, 14:41:19

Luigi


Nice work

Which screens are those? Would love a triple setup like that!

Z5500's too, bet it sounds as good as it looks :)




They're dell p2310's - they run displayport natively so I didnt have to worry about adapters to get it working with eyefinity which was nice.

Certainly does sound good, dragging myself on it is a bit of a mission, I literally could spend all day driving around :S

03-11-2010, 16:14:48

Delusion77
Awesome stuff Luigi! Those speakers ROCK, the screens look badass aswell!

03-11-2010, 17:03:06

AMDFTW
TBH i would rather buy a AMP and some bookshelf speakers for the money they cost

altho i heard these last week and for PC speakers they are fantastic even of onboard sound

monitors are GEN aswell fella
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