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Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Charper2013, Nov 27, 2009.

  1. Charper2013

    Charper2013 New Member

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    system looks solid for right now. I'd just save the cash or if you're wanting to blow money I'd get 2gb more of ram since you're on x64
     
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    the thing is... I hate the way my case looks... My cpu HSF is falling apart the fan is taped to the heatsink.... and my 4890s fan is loud imo..
     
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    +1 Prolimatech Megahalems very excellent HSF
    +1 cooler master case but if your planning on a 5800 series GPU it may not fit.
     
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    +1 Megahalems, looks massive
    +1 water cooling kit, nice sale
    +10 VGA Cooler should be quiet
     
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    my eyes r going 8ball size seeing these water cooling kits prices
    wait these kits have both cpu and gpu coolers,, so that will solve two problems, and will keep u busy overclocking
    water cooling kit it is then
     
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    Yeah, but I don't think they will compatible with our sockets... :banghead:

    Compatibility: Intel 478, LGA775 and AMD Socket 754, 939, and 940
     
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    it looks like all the kits say the same compatibility
     

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