Originally Posted by Kevinheraiz
She wont have to know, I can live in the shed :D and If you have drilled a little hole and filled the ink your self it will do that, that was happening with mine, so I returned it, kept the ink from that one and they even gave me a newer one with more ink!
LMAO! Sure man, I'll make sure you have access from the shed to the house; heck, we'll probably spend more time at the shed having some beers that at the house, no worries bro... ;) :p
Seriously, did you buy your printer from Costco? I've been refilling mine for quite a while, and I thought that voided the warranty, but since the paper loading thing has nothing to do with the ink refill, and after hearing you had the same problem with your printer, this sounds to me more like a manufacturing defect that should be covered by warranty, should I bring my printer back to Costco?
Originally Posted by mlee49
I once tried sitting about 3 feet away from a 56" plasma and tried playing UT3, needless to say my eyes bleed instantly.
I hear you mate! :toast: That TV on our gaming room in the pic is a 58" 3DTV, nothing beats playing Crysis 2 and The Witcher 2 on it :rockout:
Originally Posted by 20mmrain
i7 2600k @ 4.5 Ghz 1.29VCore 1.08 VCCIO
Asus Maximus Extreme IV
EVGA GTX 580 SLI (3 rd card not installed at the moment But I do have one)
XSPC 750 2x120 RAD 750 KIT (With some mods)
Corsair Graphite 600T SE white
Cooler Master 1000 Watt Silent 80plus Gold
Intel X25 SSD 80GB
G.Skill 8GB 1866Mhz Sniper 1.5v
2x Western Digital 500GB Black Caviar RAID 0
I only mention my specs to show you that we have similar systems.... and to show you what temps you could expect to get with your cooler.... The only real major differences to mention are.....1. My WC set up is a little different 2. I only have two fans on my RAD and they were only running at 50% instead of their normal 100% 3. Gelid Extreme TIM 4. My other GTX 580 is currently out of my system because of my main PSU going down. 5. This was after benching at 5Ghz for awhile before I restarted and saw your post.
So.... I think the temps here that I show you should be doable if you change your TIM and maybe look for fans with more static pressure..... If not exactly the same at least close to the same temps.... Hope this helps yah... You should be able to drop them by another 8c just something to shoot for..... BTW really nice build bud.... really really Nice!!!
Thank you so much for your post, I'm familiar with your system, and our specs are pretty similar, I've always admired your custom water cooling setup though :respect::pimp: It's been an inspiration to me, and many times I've found myself adding a radiator, three koolance GPU water blocks , and all the necessary stuff for a custom water loop to a cart at FrozenCPU to get my SLI setup water cooled after seeing your system pics, only to quit when I'm about to check out, man why am I such a chicken shit when it comes to custom water cooling?? :ohwell: :laugh:
Regardless, thanks for your advice, I'll definitely order some Gelid TIM after hearing two of you guys recommend it to me already, and apply it to my H100. Temps have already dropped a couple degrees since I installed my cooler, and it's not even been 24 hrs yet, so I guess the goo added by Corsair needs a bit more setting time, ambient temperature is bound to drop any time soon here also, as we are still hitting 92 degrees max, and we keep our AC pegged at 76 degrees all day long :( It's gonna be a nice bill from SCE :twitch: but anyway, I'll try your advice, and probably even lap my CPU for the sake of it :p