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

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    more pictures of the ASRock setup

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    Now you need a better cooler DDD
     
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    yo ddd I got a spare gts450 lying about if you ever thought of a simple trade, so ya can do sli
     
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    yes, looking forward to the Hyper 212 EVO or the Hyper TX4!

    mines a 95W CPU so it really doesnt need good cooling.

    i'll keep that in mind! btw this gts 450 was generously given to me by a member on TPU. :)
     
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    My new £275 case... :rockout:

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    What's small?
     
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    your mainboard
     
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    My Zalman 9900 MAX (2 months old) was vibrating like crazy so mounted it vertically and is finally silent... hope this is okay though.

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    Its classed as an E-ATX board..... So its not small, the case is just huge
     
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    I like big cases , more room to spread things out.:laugh:
     
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    yea that case must be huge, more room to play with
     
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    have you tried the other PCIe slots?
     
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    No dude, it's a Little Devil PC-V10 with integrated phase change also built by Little Devil.

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    How loud are those phase-change units?
     
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    Can't really say as quiet means different depending on the person.

    I don't think its that bad, noticeable but not that bad but someone else might find it very loud.

    There's always the option of putting sound proof foam on the panels.
     
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    are the vibrations from the compressor tangible on the case ?
    would love to see some temps, oc results .......
     
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    Not any vibrations, just a slight hum from the compressor.

    Search HWBot for almighty15 and you see a few overclocks.

    4.8Ghz on a Phenom 2 x6 @ -28c

    5.5Ghz on a 2500k @ -30c

    Those were/are my 24/7 over clocks.
     
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    what are your pro / cons to it ? interesting due sweet oc/temps, to bad u cannot easy attach a gpu cooler (are there any)
     
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    I can tell you condensation is always something to stay on the look out for, even with insulation.
     
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    on components (mb, cpu, gpu....)
    or in compressor area ? never dealt with it that´s why asking :)
    but from it´s construction it seems easier and nicer as rad/pump combination
    atleast the price of

    $899.99

    Evaporator CPU / GPU Cooling Unit

    is something to think about instead going
    rad/pumps/tube/fittings you are almost same price ..... hmmmmmmmm :cool:


    what about stability, refill, long-life cycle ?
     

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