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

  1. (FIH) The Don

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    smexyness :D
     
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    :rockout: love it
     
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    :rockout: That looks really really good
     
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    i have an obsession with bitspower now lol

    still have alot to do though.

    thanks everyone :toast: :)
     
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    They are just great fittings, expensive but worth every penny :)
     
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    yeah, even yogi likes them
     
  8. (FIH) The Don

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    did you guys see the new EK black fittings, BP have a competitor
     
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    I remember when I first purchased some, I had a hardware pr0n photoshoot!
     
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    lol i just made yogi up :laugh:

    im thinking of getting a good air cooler incase my h50 pump dies out. its already making weird crackling noises after i tried lapping it (shaking it too much lol) so i dont think its going to last long.

    any suggestions for amd x6?
     
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    Bro the H50 should be under warranty man
     
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    its already a rma'd h50 dont think i could rma it again?
     
  13. (FIH) The Don

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    not after lapping it CP
     
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    ah, missed that part. I read it but it just didn't hit me :laugh:

    Nexus, if you are reverting back to air you can always get a Noctua, the big one always forget the name, a Megahalems, or perhaps another used H50 that is not lapped, they go for cheap. I sold mine a while back for $40 shipped!
     
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    I agree with those recommendations, if you have decided not to go with another H50, there are some fantastic air coolers out on the market. I'm using a Megahalems on my 920 and it's an amazing heatsink,so im sure it would cool that X6 very well. Noctua's NH-D14 is also fantastic from what i hear.(pretty much anything from Noctua is).;)
     
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    The mega on my i7 is amazing, 3.8 GHz @ 1.2v under 59º full load been crunching for weeks non stop.
     
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    ya it has to be black :D so between the megahalem black true 120 black and the frio
     
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    The TRUE is still a great cooler, especially when lapped.
     
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    Im considering swapping my H50 out for a Frio, excellent cooling capability plus they are damn sexy.
     
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    id go for it if i was you. they seem to be very good
     
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    Just installed my new fans. :D

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    Those are Enermax apollish right?

    Installed everything in the new case and i feel so happy now :) (except for that ugly IDE DVD drive :mad:)

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    @ Ant those apollish fans are really tasty but here they are worth $40+ dollars

    @ Sapetto two ways to make it not stand out buy an SATA DVDrw or paint the inside of the case black

    but none the less nice job on the clean setup
     
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    Yes i was thinking of buying a SATA DVD drive and grab some red 200mm fan for the side of the case or should i make a window :D
     
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    that's personal choice I chose to have a window on mine but then I have 3x 180mm fans on the bottom of the case

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