hello i used this same board on yosemite.
i experienced the same and similar problems. after 24 hours of straight messing i found a very simple solution i had overlooked
run multibeast from the desktop not the usb .... that is all it was
put multibeast onto your desktop and run it...
yep sure can. that was why i used water cooling to dissipate the heat on my sealed case and the pad being adjustable . I suppose if you wanted to you could work it off the cpu fan temp control with a lil trickery :eh: ( i don't fancy messing with that :mrgreen:
basically a mini air...
hey g4 :wave:
the motherboards are both dead lol it was indeed the cpu however the second motherboard meet a grizzly end .... long boring story i will not bother you with. Basically had a unlucky run heh never mind
Riveted the case back up today with a few extra pieces and took all the paint...
ok!! :lol: it still looked like a g4 even after changing some of the features but i am not satisfied so lets delve deeper into the depraving sabotage of this g4 case
where you can see the backside of the case and that hammered line across the bottom that is where i flattened out the original...
did a little bit more messing today
made a motherboard tray and played about with ideas for the side panels .
i keep fighting with myself over the side as to what will look better . i think i Prefer the side panels off as it gives more solid straight lines.
So i am considering flattening off...
i made this HDD cradle/cooler today using only heat sink parts from broken psu.
It looks a bit rough here i did not even bother to wipe it down or screw it together properly for the photos
:ugeek:borrowed a camera for a while so no more blurry pictures.
had some trouble with my mavericks...
tomorrow the new cpu arrives Hopefully the board and the cpu both work :shh:
well i got bored so i made another computer
its a very basic little mod that has turned out to be a lot of fun
motherboard. msi 7301 / n1996 / cuda
cpu . pentium D
2 gig kingston ram DDR2
nvidia 7300gs silent...
i cannot see the link given but i imagine it is something along the lines of this
i am looking forward to seeing your finished project i have often thought about doing the same thing with a coffe table using a laptop innards and making some spread out cells with a vga signal sender to cut out...
oh man sorry to hear you case has rejected your parts g4. i am having gremlins to. infact! there seems to be loads of gremlins around here
i am going to lay down some mouse traps around the computer and see if i can catch one tonight :mrgreen:
i did something a bit drastic after having a brain...
i totally agree with you.
Especially as the average user will not know how to configure there OS and software for optimum performance. When it comes down to 0.1 of a second or 2 seconds read speed it's not that noticeable is it. Obviously there is that point of to far down the line where it...
cut and shaped the plastics to fit on my steel backplate i made. used fibre glass resin for filling purposes on the edges. turned out pretty nice it is about 4mm thick so nice and sturdy.
Just painted it up and waiting for paint to harden before i carry on.
this backplate will fit full atx...
cut mine from sheet steel using a template taken from another case then fabricated it with perspex and fibre glass resin (no matt). out of necessity. as they were left over materials i had around
given the option i would of purchased one from minihack to save time