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  1. Posts : 1,223
    Win 10 x64 Pro x64 / Ubuntu 15.10 x64
       #1421

    Andreas W said:
    It feels damn nice, but the 2 fans on that card and the 2 fans I have at the side is bringing in way more dust then the old card so I need to find some dust filters now, so I guess it was good and bad, even overclocked it a bit also and its stable at 1000 core clock and 2300 memory at 1.04 running everything on max in heaven
    I use DemciFlex filters on my case, they're sleek, you get them in virtually any colour you can imagine, they hardly restrict air flow and they're dead easy to clean. Plus they're very reasonably priced.. You might want to check them out.
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  2. Posts : 309
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64
       #1422

    ZaLiTH said:
    Andreas W said:
    It feels damn nice, but the 2 fans on that card and the 2 fans I have at the side is bringing in way more dust then the old card so I need to find some dust filters now, so I guess it was good and bad, even overclocked it a bit also and its stable at 1000 core clock and 2300 memory at 1.04 running everything on max in heaven
    I use DemciFlex filters on my case, they're sleek, you get them in virtually any colour you can imagine, they hardly restrict air flow and they're dead easy to clean. Plus they're very reasonably priced.. You might want to check them out.
    Checked that site out and damn nice, no screwes or anything and must be really easy to clean also, I will most likely end up ordering for all my intake fans since they look quite nice also
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  3. Posts : 1,223
    Win 10 x64 Pro x64 / Ubuntu 15.10 x64
       #1423

    Andreas W said:
    Checked that site out and damn nice, no screwes or anything and must be really easy to clean also, I will most likely end up ordering for all my intake fans since they look quite nice also
    There's quite a bit of info about the filters there, but I must admit that site does seem to be a bit disjointed... The filter 'frames' are a somewhat firm but flexible magnet so that they 'stick' to the case where you choose to put them. They are pretty light magnets, but they stick quite nicely to anything metallic. My front filter is simply slapped onto a mesh fan cover that I made and sprayed with matte-black... I was hesitant about the magnetic side of things, but it stays in place quite nicely.

    If you want to use the filter on a non-metallic surface like a perspex side panel for example, you can also get a mounting strip with the filter (just ask if/when you order them) which you fix to the perspex yourself.

    Wow.. I'm starting to sound like a salesman now. But hey, what can I say, they're cool filters...
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  4. Posts : 309
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64
       #1424

    ZaLiTH said:
    Andreas W said:
    Checked that site out and damn nice, no screwes or anything and must be really easy to clean also, I will most likely end up ordering for all my intake fans since they look quite nice also
    There's quite a bit of info about the filters there, but I must admit that site does seem to be a bit disjointed... The filter 'frames' are a somewhat firm but flexible magnet so that they 'stick' to the case where you choose to put them. They are pretty light magnets, but they stick quite nicely to anything metallic. My front filter is simply slapped onto a mesh fan cover that I made and sprayed with matte-black... I was hesitant about the magnetic side of things, but it stays in place quite nicely.

    If you want to use the filter on a non-metallic surface like a perspex side panel for example, you can also get a mounting strip with the filter (just ask if/when you order them) which you fix to the perspex yourself.

    Wow.. I'm starting to sound like a salesman now. But hey, what can I say, they're cool filters...
    My use my 800D without the window, hated that window so the chassi if completely aluminum and I saw the had a box you had to tick in if that was the case, tought I would send them a mail for a price check and such
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  5. Posts : 26,465
    Windows 11 Pro
       #1425

    I guess in the past year I have built/upgraded several computers, but never got rid of the spare parts. So, I wanted to show you my spare parts bin. Still have a bit of tidying up to do. Specs are listed in my system specs under Other Info.

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  6. Posts : 11,425
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64
       #1426

    Steve,
    That's a strong performing build and this is from your spare parts bin........sweet ! Wish we lived closer ! lol
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  7. Posts : 26,465
    Windows 11 Pro
       #1427

    The only thing new is the case. But that almost wipes my spare parts out. But, I think that's a pretty good computer for $130. Well, if you choose to look at it that way, and I do.
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  8. Posts : 11,425
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64
       #1428

    No matter how you do the math its a great rig and will more than hold it's own.
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  9. Posts : 1,438
    64bit Windows 10
       #1429

    Steve that is a great "spare" rig, and it has a very coooool cpu cooler! Congrats!
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  10. Posts : 26,465
    Windows 11 Pro
       #1430

    Thanks. It just seemed a shame to leave all those parts packed away in boxes. Just thought they should be put together in 1 big box.
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