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how is that printer? I was thinking about getting one for myself..

Looking good Warlock.
:toast:
Thanks mate! :rockout:

The printer's really good, found it for $99 at Costco back in Dec, the original MSRP was $199! Photo quality is really good :pimp:

The only problem is the complete HP ink set sells for $99!!! :mad: But I bought the Inktec refill kit at Amazon for all cartridges, it cost me around $35 and it's good for about 6 refills :) The kit even includes the small refill cradle for each cartridge so there's no needles, and no mess either ;) I just can't stand paying more for ink than I paid for the actual printer :p
 
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These coolers on these 6950's are extremely poor, so I managed to fit my Accelero Xtreme to one and what a difference. I have another one shipping to me now.

Stock cooler = 40c idle / 70c load

Accelero = 30c idle / 48c load

http://i403.photobucket.com/albums/pp112/erocker414/DSCN2487.jpg
Did you need to buy separate RAM sinks for this cooler or did the ones that came with the accelero fit? I am also thinking of buying these when my second reference card arrives, it looks great! :toast:
 

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Did you need to buy separate RAM sinks for this cooler or did the ones that came with the accelero fit? I am also thinking of buying these when my second reference card arrives, it looks great! :toast:
My cards have no ram cooling so at the moment I'm not using any ramsinks. I've retained the VRM sink from the stock cooler. I have the Accelero Xtreme Plus which doesn't come with sinks. The VR001 kit from AC is what you neeed that contains ramsinks and the VRM sinks.
 
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My cards have no ram cooling so at the moment I'm not using any ramsinks. I've retained the VRM sink from the stock cooler. I have the Accelero Xtreme Plus which doesn't come with sinks. The VR001 kit from AC is what you neeed that contains ramsinks and the VRM sinks.
Thanks for that, can't wait to see you put up a pic of two accelero extreme in crossfire :toast:
 
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Got everything installed in my new SG05 :D Pics soon... Got smashed with work this weekend.
 

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These coolers on these 6950's are extremely poor, so I managed to fit my Accelero Xtreme to one and what a difference. I have another one shipping to me now.

Stock cooler = 40c idle / 70c load

Accelero = 30c idle / 48c load

http://i403.photobucket.com/albums/pp112/erocker414/DSCN2487.jpg
With the stock cooler on my GTX460, I get 24c idle, 48c load, and it's not very loud either, noticeable most definitely but not too loud. I'm extremely pleased with it.

With the stock cooler on my GTX460, I get 24c idle, 48c load, and it's not very loud either, noticeable most definitely but not too loud. I'm extremely pleased with it.
Just for proof about my idle temps, don't feel like doing a load test right now.

Went ahead and did a load test on the GPU, and it came to a full 51c after FurMark.
 

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With the stock cooler on my GTX460, I get 24c idle, 48c load, and it's not very loud either, noticeable most definitely but not too loud. I'm extremely pleased with it.



Just for proof about my idle temps, don't feel like doing a load test right now.

Went ahead and did a load test on the GPU, and it came to a full 51c after FurMark.
Yes, I had a 460 at one time and they run nice and cool. Please use the multi-quote button instead of posting three times in a row.

Thanks!
 

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Yes, I had a 460 at one time and they run nice and cool. Please use the multi-quote button instead of posting three times in a row.

Thanks!
Yeah, It was 7 am and I'd been up all night >.<
 

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Yeah, It was 7 am and I'd been up all night >.<
I just put my CPU through Prime95 for 15 minutes, need feedback, are these good temps? lol.
 

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I think that is about the temperatures I got from my Q9400 with a Zalman 9500.

I do know that is what my max is (roughly) after playing BC2 for a few hours and my i7 920 is passive (stock clocking for now). I like gaming with a silent pc. I wasn't sure this was possible.
 

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I think that is about the temperatures I got from my Q9400 with a Zalman 9500.

I do know that is what my max is (roughly) after playing BC2 for a few hours and my i7 920 is passive (stock clocking for now). I like gaming with a silent pc. I wasn't sure this was possible.
I played Mafia II for 5 straight hours and my GTX460 never topped 50c, my processor didn't touch 55c, so I'm pretty happy with it.
 
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No.

I'm a professional amateur photographer. I make sure the flash is always on and even mostly reflects so as to be captured by the picture. It's much harder then most make it seem.

I also can do pictures without flash so that it appears as if the entire scene the picture is being taken is experiencing some violent shaking.
I do as much without flash as possible, with a tripod (Gorillapod).
...and I REALLY need to make some new PC pics :D
 
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No oxymoron.

I call this Red Rage


Then there is Sneezing Fence


My free time is spent dropping things then trying to pick it back up no less then 3 times in a row while making it all look natural. At work (auto tech) they tell me I'm really good at it. I've tried to get a job with durability testing but when people are watching I just freeze up and can't do it.

Maybe one day.................I'll get more sleep.....oh wait no its been more like a week. Tuscan Sam ain't got shit on me and if you see that bird, tell him I said pay up cause he's got a train wreck coming at him!

Best part is I don't even have to have meds for this. Wwwweeeeeeeeeeeeeee! :D

I do as much without flash as possible, with a tripod (Gorillapod).
...and I REALLY need to make some new PC pics :D
So that's what you kids call it these days huh? ;)
 
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my eyes :(
 
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Blurry pic is blurry! Can tell it's really nice though, especially for a power supply.....




:p
 
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wait....its a CPU, i see the AMD logo there
 
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Technically not my PC ATM, but whatever :)
 
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Yeah, you can only be one or the other is the thing.

If it's your job to take photos then your a professional photographer, if it's not your job to take photos your an amateur.

Sorry if I'm missing any sarcasms. Internets.
 
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