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

  1. douglatins

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    Its my fav too! Im just kinda sad since the havik could be better, but ill never know since im going WC rather soon
     
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    What do you mean by that?
     
  3. Thrackan

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    Operating voltage 30-60 volts... Are you sure?
     
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    Been thinking about painting case for so long,today i said F*k it and did it

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    review will be up around CES time,Ill put it this way though. It's 3 degrees better than its bigger counterpart.:laugh:
     
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    stupid enough?

    lol is there someone on tpu stupid enough to let his 2600k run passive for (10mins) on stock clocks??
    i know i am:p
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    sorry for the dual screen setup;)
    rig atm
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    atleast it's silent and no game will stress my cpu that much:p
     
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    I used to run My i7 920 D0 passive for a bit. I just had to underclock/undervolt a bit and it worked great. Silent as hell I'll tell you that. :)
     
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    new 3930K, running stock at the moment, will push the OC's after christmas eating/drinking

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    Got it off Ebay for £120 delivered...

    They crop up on there now and then for stupid cheap money, This unit new and with the modifications it's had done would of cost over £1000 back in the day but because people don't use these any more, Demand has dropped and there value has dropped to stupid levels.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Kiex, RealTempGt will display all core temps. It's in the same folder as the realtemp .exe.;)
     
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    Lemme know if you'd like to trade it. I've got some goods to offer.
     
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    Thanks, nice spot! I just moved over the HDD from one of the 2600K rigs, so had that on auto start-up with windows :laugh:
     
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    Looks great KieX :toast:
     
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    :):)is fully built anew except its case wasnt ready so giddy me just box built it(cardboard), good cooling though and it gives me time to mod the case whilst i can still play, id post a pic but im too busy rebooting every 5 mins

    new PheniomII 960T (dosnt look like itll unlock at the min tut or wont let me):confused:
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    mushkin 2133 11,11,11,28 but that wont go above 1600 at min :shadedshu
    ol 5870 waterblocked with hookied water setup
    4850 cfired and a revox2

    ive some messin ahead woot:)
     
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    How about Corsair H80 or H100?
     
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    tomorrow i will take my rig apart, dust it off, put it together again, do the last small bits of modding, and then i prolly wont do more to it, other than sleeve the last of my psu when i get new sleeving
     
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    Only the h100 does better than my air cooler, and not by much.

    I mean proper water cooling.
     
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    Is that another P9X79 Pro? Looks like a few of us chose that board. FYI, there was a new BIOS posted that improves ram compatability and OC ability.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Yeah, get the new BIOS. Works nicely. ;)
     
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    I've downloaded it this morning, but I have yet to install it. I probably won't get the chance until Monday when I have a day off from work and holidays are over.
     
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    I still have that envelope you sent to me. Need to get busy and do some more sleeving on the case wires!
     
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    Yup that's the one. Will be heading to the SB-E thread later to get some info on OC'ing this baby. Better go get that Bios then :toast:
     
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