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

  1. AthlonX2

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    Athlon, can you give model number on the touch screen?
     
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    Its a tovis LTG 0634
     
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    Pfff...... I laugh at you air and water cooled folk! Mwahahaha...

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    2500k @ 5Ghz

    P67 Sabertooth

    Idle -45c, Load -25c during Intel burn test
     
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    Awesome:toast:
     
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    thinkinng about getting this board

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    and do a m-itx watercooled gaming rig :D

    should be fun
     
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    well it does 4ghz, and thats fine with me for a m-itx board lol

    and for the price, you cant really expect a whole lot either.
     
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    did someone say mini itx?
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    which H model are you using to cool it?
     
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    That sucks don that you cannot change the voltage on the ITX board. I wonder why?
     
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    dunno lol, maybe thats why its alot cheaper than the zotac :roll:
     
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    H50, H60 would fit too as would the 70/80... i have one fan in pull configuration.

    Which ITX board? I can change all voltages on mine...
     
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    z68, the pic i posted

    you got the h55n i see, thats a whole different story
     
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    Summer here, so this is my 20C northbridge dropping tech

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    That 580 does keep itself cool, but boy does it heat up the case
     
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    GFX card>everything else :D. I know the feeling - 570 OC in a ITX.
     
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    OMG you have an Archon! I love that cooler!!! I'm such a 14 year old girl about that cooler, it's like my Justin Beiber.
     
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    where can i get one?
     
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    Go to a junk yard find an old freezer that still works, make one yourself :toast:


    That or pay an engineer to do it.
     

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