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  1. khemist

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    I got them to replace the 2 x AP181 fans in the FT05 case since they can be run slower and perform slightly better.

    They are pretty costly though. :eek:
     
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    peche Thermaltake fanboy

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    interesting ones, never seen a fan like that, with that kinda grill in front,
    i like enemax las vegas fans, so shinny :rolleyes:

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    Slo(u)t class A++! :D
     

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    Excellent photos, especially of the Palit 1080Ti. :cool:
     
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    That grill forms the air being pushed out into a tighter column of air instead of just being sprayed everywhere like a normal fan here a simple video that shows the difference

     
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    Lightning STRIKE!
     

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    peche Thermaltake fanboy

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    interesting, gotta test my fans! guess i gona use my vapo for this!

    REgards,
     
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  8. Athlonite

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    Yeah they're pretty good most of my standard fans I couldn't feel any air from with my hand a meter away from them the air penetrators though had no such problems
     
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    Age Of Empires IV confirmed, RX 550 minimum requirement for 1024x768
     
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    T4C Fantasy CPU & GPU DB Maintainer

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    i cleaned up the chip even more, its like magic seeing the thermal gunk removed
     
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    No dude, it's Arma 4 Operation Exile :laugh:
     
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    Took apart my laptop (HP ab221tx) for servicing. CPU was hitting 100 degree C while gaming. TjMax 105 degree C. Laptop was bought on November 2015. Here goes:

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    Would you look at that! That's what HP did:
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    Temperature now hits max 72 degree C while gaming. Applied GELID GC Extreme TIM.
     
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    Holy crap noodle that's a lotta goo on those chips
     
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    I guess i can share my latest invest ment as well. A EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 GAMING card. Not the bedst pictures, taken with my cheap phone.

    Well here she is in all her glory. first picture show my old Zotac GTX 970 to a comparison in size oh and i know cable manage ment is not the greatest but some cables are not long enoufh to go back on the case and this case realy sucks when it comes to cable manegement. It has been much morse before i got this card and put my self together and rewire those cables i cut.
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    whats the last thing in the pcie slot??
     
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    dorsetknob "YOUR RMA REQUEST IS CON-REFUSED"

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    kryoM.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 adapter for M.2 NGFF PCIe SSD, M-Key with passive heatsink

    Tomgang Posted lots about getting this working in a X58 Motherboard (and as a Bootable Drive )
    I'll let him link to his threads/posts

     
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    How much did that cost you if you don't mind me asking? My nephew wants to upgrade his 750 TI low profile.
     
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    Oh nice
    But it's burning my eyess:D:D
     
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    As other already told you, it is that M.2 PCIe adaptor i use for my Samsung 950 PRO 256 GB NVMe M.2 SSD in my X58 system

    I really want one more but they are hard to find or they are way over priced. But M.2 is realy nice cause of its size and it dosent need sata or power cable withs mean less cables to struggle with and of cause the nice speed with out the need for raid 2 or more drives.

    But on more drive would be nice and the 512 GB version would be great, special after my two old WD velociraptors died in may i really miss those 500 GB o lost there for my games. But they where over 8 years old so it had to happen soner or later.

    If you want more info, take a look at my old thread here:

    https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/...stem-with-m-2-pci-adaptor-can-it-work.231611/
     
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