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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. eidairaman1

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    the Athlon II X2 has more L2 than the PH II X2.
     
  2. xBruce88x

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    hmm that is odd
     
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    UPS man brought me a present today. :D

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    Got some cable management done too.

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    So far I've seen a 3-4*C temp drop under load compared to my Zalman. :toast:
     
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    Nice!
     
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  5. mlee49

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    Nice, that 212+ is an uber cheap cooler that preforms really well.
     
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    Yeah, I got mine new for $30 shipped. Was quite the steal. It barely fits in my CM690 thou, about 3-4mm of clearance between the heatpipes and my case window.

    I'm already enjoying it. I just need to get to typing up my mini-review. :D (I already have all the photos I need, took alot of good ones.)
     
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    You use a side panel? Mine won't fit because of the zip ties holding the H50 on :roll: :rolleyes:
     
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    :laugh:

    Yes, I use one, I have a cat whom likes to stick his paws in places they shouldn't be. :shadedshu

    He's a awesome cat thou, It's quite amusing to see him catch flys in the air and eat them.
     
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    This thread is so EPIC! I love starting at page 1 and reliving the days when a Q6600 and a 3870x2 ruled 3D06. I broke 20k 06 marks with my Q9450 and a 3870x2 ...

    I still think this is one of the sickest loops:

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    I have yet to see silver tubing on any other build.

    That's Erocker's loop from NOVEMBER 2008:
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    That Adata ram looks super sweet to be honest.. I love when stuff "looks" good! The Hyper 212 plus is a bad a$$ cooler hands down(microcenter 19.99 + 2 90cfm fans 20.00=great deal/performance).. I have one on my I5-750@4.0 and it almost never breaks 60c loaded down with prime or linX.. I just don't understand 2 things..

    1. Why didn't coolermaster put the 90cfm fans on it like i did?
    2.How can they charge so much money for their other coolers and this 212 plus performs way better than the others?(v8,v10, and so on)

    Anyhow this tread is epic.. Alot of nice rigs here.. My woman always looks at this with me and says"you and these other guys have issues" lol
     
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    Thanks man! :toast: I still have that case sitting in my closet along with the resevoir that sits on top. I wish Fesser would come out with some silver stuff, I much prefer their tubing now. :)
     
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    that's nice i have the older version which runs bleedin well too but had to swap it out for an tuniq tower 120 because the hyper 212 covered dimm 1 and with 4x corsair dominator ram i needed the room
     
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    some more shots :D i suck with a camera

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    Yeah, it hangs over my G.Skill ram too. But since my ram just has basic heatspreaders, that's okay.

    Thank you. I rather like this case myself.
     
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    Nice shots nexus....I really like the one of the pc build mess on your floor...brings back good memories of my own build. :)

    Yep...same here. Extremely functional and good looking at the same time. Plus lotsa space. :)
     
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    my room is just plain messy... due to lack of... room... mostly
     
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    Well it's because your tower takes up most of that space, so you should just give it to me.:toast:....j/k;)
     
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    lol that's ok, i think i'll manage with the mess for now.

    If you bought my xbox and stuff i have for sale in my FS thread that'd help clear some room lol
     
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    Organization is key in a small room. My GF and I live in a 12' x 14' room, and we get along pretty well considering we have a 24" TV setup, my desk/PC, the bed, and a huge closet that takes up an entire side of the room.
     
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    unfortunately i have a roughly 10x12 room and i have to store everything from food to computer parts. one day i'll get enough dough for some shelves and desks and such
     
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    I don't have to worry so much about the food storage. But the computer parts I do, I keep them in the closet for the most part.

    Considering your one person, you should be able to get stuff together in that room just fine. Lauren and I manged just fine in a room that big not too long ago.
     
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    Cools my I7 @4Ghz (1.325V) @77C max (Linx, 4096MB, 15 runs) with an ambient of around 22C :D
     

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