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  1. itsakjt

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    Got my replacement Phenom II X4 980BE yesterday. They gave me a brand new sealed boxed processor. Took just 5 days including shipping. Epic service!

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    Anyone knows how the FPM batch is for Phenom II X4?
     
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    One close shoot of GTX 780 :D

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    EDIT: boosts to 1084mhz stock (factory oc 940 > 988mhz), not bad :D
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    Got a new classy block!.
     
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    Awww yeahh look at all that hot hardware...

    (Sorry saw the vCenter post a few pages back, figured I would flex one of our many clusters)
     
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    A little bit of radiators

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    Comparison of the Swiftech MCR420-QP and Alphacool UT60, both quads

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    Alphacool on the bottom

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    What's that a 10 fpi rad matt?
     
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    You got a 900D... install them all! :p :laugh:
     
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    That is correct sir, and it's a goodin. Running 4 SP120 Quiet fans with resistors so they're extra quiet.



    :laugh: today I had a thought about trying to squeeze more in.
     
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    Let me know if you end up selling any of them ;)
     
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    damn thats enough to cool a lot of work units :)
     
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    Will do. Currently I'm using the 2 quads: UT60 up top and the MCR420 on the bottom.


    That's it exactly. ;)
     
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    A few GPU pics

    A decent TIM by XFX relative to the others I've had before.

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    Shiny GPU

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    And my signature shot :D

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    It was tough on this one to get a good shot of TPU because the monitor in the reflection is my POS Acer, and usually it's the better monitor in the reflection. :oops:
     
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    From a PC i'm building for a friend
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    Man i suck at Cable management :ohwell:
     
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    just bought A4 x7 mouse
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    from first impression, its a good mouse especially all i need is better handling
     

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    Just waiting on CPUs

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    So I re-pasted my 770 with some Prolimatech PK-3 just cause (it ended up having a huge glob of the stock paste) and took some photos while I had the cooler off. I need to go run around in Crysis 3 later to see if it lowered the temps any. Couldn't decide which photo I liked more so you guys get to see both :). Had a green microfiber cloth in front of the light to get the glow.
    Edit : So after running Crysis 3 for a half hour with the fan speed locked at 84% same as before the repaste the card only hit 72c instead of 80c. To stress the card everything was maxed except for AA and the resolution was 2560x1440.

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    last week i got a second-handed WD Red 4TB drive home, and last weekend i mounted it for a day or two in my Bitfenix Prodigy to move some data around bcs i needed more space and while i was waiting on my Orico USB3.0 enclosure for 1x3,5" drive.

    Orico.com.cn Link: http://www.orico.com.cn/NewsInfo.aspx?id=1005&type=producttest

    mine is the Orico 3588US3-BK enclosure:

    this is hard plastic enclosure, and it cost $18,99 + $4.00 for shipping to DK.

    Ebay Link: ORICO 3.5" SATA HDD Hard Drive Docking Station Enclosure USB 3.0 Interface Black (Ebay.com)

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    Case with EU wall-adapter and USB 3.0 cable (feels a little thicker then normal usb cables):

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    My Second-handed WD Red 4TB drives with warranty until 4/9/2017:

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    i ran CrystalDiskMark twice and got these results with the drive in the Orico USB3.0 enclosure:
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    here is a test with the drive connected to SATA-3 on my MSI Z87I Gaming AC board with Intel Z87 chipset:

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    as you can see the Orico USB 3.0 enclosure is actually fast then onboard SATA-3 on my board which surprised me a little ^^
     
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    New mouse! A bit bigger than my Logitech G400 but now my ring and pinky fingers get to rest on the mouse rather than cling onto the side.
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    Looks nice but too small for me... haven't found a mouse to fit my hand since the Logitech Mouseman Wheel :(
     
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    Love the look. The only gripe I've got with it is that the lower thumb button takes more pressure to click so I have it set as the profile swap instead of the button next to the right mouse click.
     

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