I've been gone for quite a while as I'm in college right now but it's great to be back.
I already made a 12V regulated PSU w/...
What is the purpose of a polarity selector on an ac/dc adapter?
With my HDT cooler, I put some in the gap between the heatpipe and the aluminum piece that holds them together and then run a very thin line down...
Why did they position three heatpipes to the right? I think its better to position the three to the left side since there are more fins there.
Ok i guess im a dumbass
:wtf: you an engineer or somethin?
Its kinda hard to see how this layer of air is going to transfer heat when air is better off an insulator than a conductor.
So it uses a thin layer of air to transfer heat from the stationary piece to the impeller?
Whoa clean that cooler up.
A lot of cases have already implemented this. This case is good if you have reference blower type graphics.
Doesn't matter. I don't even update my drivers.
I am right on the spot. Im okay doing my stuff at this resolution
Awesome toys there. Now can i haz your old toys?
I thought sh!t just got real:laugh:
A thinner layer of goop might help. They say less is more.
That stock cooler is no use for overclocking. If you want to overclock then get a better cooler.
Black one is sexy.
How are you supposed to screw it down with the fins overhanging the base?
Its looks nice and clean but axial fans were designed to push air rather that pull. I want to see the temps of this card.
If you'd be so kind I'll make sure to put one of those to good use. :)
Yeah that stacked power connector is awful. Are there custom designs that use the standard 6/8 pin layout?
Yes they do come with ram and vrm heatsinks but No support for the new GTX 680...yet?
Noctua's SSO bearing should take care of the orientation problem.
One thing I like about noctua, despite their color scheme which i do not...
The cooler is mounted horizontally? Im sure you know that sleeve bearing and similar types wear out quickly in that position. Ball bearing fans...
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