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Windows 7: HWmonitor Voltage diagnosis (duno if values are correct)

30 Aug 2014   #51

64 windows 7 ultimate

still here , i dont need help anymore , but wanted to ask some advice , you probably saw more hardware then ill ever do in my whole life ... so here it goes :

Wanted a new bigger case , with space for cables maybe in future water.
What do you think about this :
Corsair Carbide 300R Case , Nero: Informatica
Here are my choices : corsair case
My brother recomends this : NZXT H440 , but i see it first time so no clue

Also wanted a SSD for windows :
Samsung MZ-7TE250BW 840 EVO SSD, 2.5 Pollici, 250 GB, Nero/Antracite: Informatica
Is this a decent one ?

Also fan's if i get new case wanted some decent ones , which company makes good ones ?
For CPU i have so far a hyper 212 cooler master , worked fine all this time but just in case , best air cooling is still considered noctua ?
Noctua 775/1156/1366/AMD/AM2/AM2+/AM3, NH-D14: Elettronica

If its wrong section or should i make a new thread ill do it , sorry for off topic in that case . Its just for avoid spam wanted to put other question i had here ...

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30 Aug 2014   #52
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1

You can't go wrong with that Noctua for air cooled. It has been on the top of the leader board for a long time and they are very quiet.
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30 Aug 2014   #53

Windows 7 Professional SP1 - x64 [Non-UEFI Boot]

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Denisgsv View Post
also , 770 takes 1 8pin conector and 1 6 one .

the one i use is 8 pin in the PSU , then it doubles into two exits of 6+2 6+2 . So i use only this single cable with 3 exits 1 for psu 2 for gpu ... Should i use two instead or one like this should be enogh ?
Im not sure of anything
I think you should use the two PCI-e cables provided with your new PSU, because so it will not draw all the power from one rail. Inconvenience is you'll have to deal with the two spare exits and more cables in the Pc Case...
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