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  1. Posts : 1,438
    64bit Windows 10

    Gary, thanx, and its my speakers sub, check on google for "Harman Kardon soundsticks 2."

    Stalker- thanx mate
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    Win 10 x64 Pro x64 / Ubuntu 15.10 x64

    Alsisgevat said:
    Paulpics- Yup, it may sound stupid,but there is a big differance when going from 23" to a 27" screen
    Lol... Coming from someone who still uses an old LG 19" at home, and a 24" wide + 19" 4:3 at work, that doesn't sound stupid at all... In fact I'm jealous. Jealous enough to do this in public:
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    64bit Windows 10

    Haha so you must spend more time at work then at home ?
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    Windows 11 Pro

    Hey, you guys remember about 3 weeks ago I posted pics of my spare rig that I built from my spare parts bin? I guess it's a good thing I built it. I just sold my main rig, so am 'stuck' with only the spare and an empty parts bin. I guess I'll have to start planning a new build. It might be my "Bucket List" build (for those who know what that means) I may even name it Bucket list. Anyone have any suggestions? I know Paul will have some. I don't have a budget, but it has to be reasonable, as in no $700 cases or $600 motherboards or $1000 CPU's.
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    Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1

    Here ya go Steve.
    or Case
    Graphics card
    BD/DVD burner
    CPU Cooler, well that's up to you since you've tried several out.
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    Windows 11 Pro

    Not bad, Gary something along those lines. I really haven't decided yet, but am inclined to go with that CPU, The motherboard isn't a bad choice, I like the features but not so good reviews. ( we both have had more than our share of MB RMA's) I like the ram, but may go with 2X8GB rather than 4X4GB. I probably won't do Blue ray, I just don't use it much, seriously considering the PSU but may Go AX850, or AX1200 depending on what GPU I get. I have been seriously considering that same GPU, but just curious if I may get 2. I really don't know why I need 2, but maybe it's the bucket list thing, or just feeding this habit I have. What do you think of that CPU and this motherboard?

    How's your build going? You must be already through.
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    64bit Windows 10

    No 700$ cases.....I have nothing left to say. -case - CORSAIR Vengeance LP 16GB (4 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1866 Desktop Memory Model CML16GX3M4A1866C9 Ram

    Asus Blu-Ray burner Sata Ret. Bw-12Bl1T in the Conrad online shop | 415818 DVD

    I chose this chassis cause of the 90 degree mb,that works perfectly for watercooling, and is an all-round great chassis.
    I chose the vengeance lp memory,cause the low profile design is better on water cooling.
    And the dvd writer is the same as mine, and looks awesome with the raven's front panel.

    The rest I agree completely with Gary, but I changed only 3 things that IMHO I feel is better, and if you are gonna water cool, a strong contender.

    "Replying on your post"

    I f you can,then definatly go for ROG maximus! Rog is the best.
    Secondly, you wont be sorry if you get the ax1200 too
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    Windows 11 Pro

    Seriously, I've looked at that case a couple of times. I just have trouble getting my head around the 90 degree motherboard. It makes everything I know about building, useless. I know you have one and many people love them, but I have trouble with it. Also, I have been considering a SeaSonic X-SERIES X-1050 PSU. I don't think it will fit or the AX1200 either. Max PSU is 180mm for that case. And I guess you would have to put the rad on the floor? That's just not right.
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    Windows 10 Home x64

    Alsisgevat said:
    Got a new screen today,just picked it up,so it's still boxed
    Very cool

    A Guy
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  10. Posts : 1,438
    64bit Windows 10

    Thanx Bill.

    Steve - Yeah, thats true, but I was skeptical about the 90 degree board too,but sofar I have no complaints, and I can honestly say its the best thing in a chassis. But if you can,and want then have a look at Silverstone tj07, it's basically the perfect watercooling chassis, it can support allot of rads, it has the bottom compartment same as my chassis, which makes it look allot neater, and it can mount top rads too. And it has a normal motherboard mount. This was the chassis I wanted,added,ordered and canceled at the last minute. (I canceled because the tj07 is a watercooling and air cooling chassis, so they made it for both, the tj11 is built for watercooling, so I needed that option to add 2 560 rads if I wanted, and the 90 degree mb)
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