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  1. Fitseries3

    Fitseries3 Eleet Hardware Junkie

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    Hahahaha, sorry about that fits :p
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    use... yourname@googlemail.com

    it still goes to your gmail but theres a possibility that they will let you use it.
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    hey fit what psus are better than the Seasonic M12D? I need as close to silent as possible..=[
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    corsair hx620
    bequiet dark power pro
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    and many others. i usually check www.jonnyguru.com when looking for PSUs
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    enermax, pc power, corsair, a few others.
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    dude...check my system specs...currently using one and I need more overhead
    thanks for suggestions though ;)
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    you really dont need more than 750watts.

    i've run all my crazy shit on my pc power 860 for almost a year now without any problems.

    my current setup draws 691watts max from the wall.
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    Need some Headphones bad Fits. Something better than Zalmans but prefer they have a boom mic.
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    can someone help me on this? i dont know shit about headphones. :confused:
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    If you want headphones with a boom mic, I suggest the Razer's. They are great headphones. Realworld Gamer did a nice little review on them a while back..
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    oh sorry LOL. the ones listed by Fit are great, i especially like new Enermax Revolution line. they are hell expensive, but the best of the best. things like 88% efficiency, damn good regulation ad quiet.

    [OT]
    Fit, did you see the new NB/SB waterblock for P6T6 WS from Six at XS? its awesome. i know you might be interested ;) [/OT]
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    yes but looky here... http://forums.techpowerup.com/showpost.php?p=1208831&postcount=1504
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    If you still haven't bought yet, a member on here is selling a Steelseries 5Hv2 headset w/ mic. Linky
    I just picked these up from another member on here about a month or two back, and the things work great. I'm not sure if they're better than Zalmans as I've never owned any, but these onse seem to be comfortable and good quality. Also, the mic is retractable into the headset, which is cool enough that I would have bought it for that alone.

    He doesn't mention price in the first post, but I saw 45 USD partway down.
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    man, real sorry to hear that fits :( what happened to it? I do want a P6T6 myself, in combination with some ACRYAN orange UV paint...mmm-mmm. black and orange.
    hope you get it all together soon man :)

    Odin I want to see the SPCR review of the new Enermax Revolution 85+ as soon as they do one...til then I'm still unsettled, remember UK pricing does practically take your pockets and thumbs too when they rip your wallet apart..
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    cheap 775 cpus.ike e1200's e2140's and the like.
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    yeah europe prices suck too... i read a couple of reviews about the revolution, seems a great unit, but the price is very very high. i believe that hx1000 is still the best price/performance wise ;)
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    The only reason I like the Silverstone Decathlon series is the removable mobo power cable...makes cable sleeving etc a doddle as I don't void the warranty...but over a 300w load it is definitely audible as heard at SPCR...so nevermind...but the thought of non-modular PSUs makes me cry...lol and the HX1000 is still expensive here..
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    I have those. They are shit. They sound like tin cans, have no bass response, are poorly constructed, and have blown out a driver 3 times at only moderate volumes, forcing me to rma. Avoid like the plague.
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    I bought these tonight as I needed something asap. They are awesome! I can hear a pin drop in game & the mic is nice crisp & clear. Plus they are constructed 10 times better than my old Zalmans uhg.
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    They sure look sweet. Any idea how they compare to Seinheisser HD650 Pros (not a headset unfortunately) or the Steel 5Hv2s? Those were the others I had in mind, and I'm pretty set on getting the Steels since I found a good deal for some.

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