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  1. Posts : 1,533
    Windows 7 Professional x64 Service Pack 1
       #731

    linnemeyerhere said:
    Cheers windude99,
    It more then gets it done !
    Honestly, my 7 year old Dell is still a great pc with Windows 7. I still use it to surf the web and check email sometimes. Especially if I can't be in my bedroom where my primary PCs are, because the dell is in the oposite side of the house. I bet your girlfriend is happy to know she can boot your pc up and she can run the programs that she can't use on Windows 7
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  2. Posts : 274
    WINDOWS 7 Ultimate x64 Full
       #732

    I modified my Coolermaster laptop cooler with some cold cathodes. I also changed out the USB fans that it came with with a pair of Scythe fans. I used and old 12V transformer to wire the fans and a fan controller so I can adjust the speed.
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  3. Posts : 1,533
    Windows 7 Professional x64 Service Pack 1
       #733

    kellymac35 said:
    I modified my Coolermaster laptop cooler with some cold cathodes. I also changed out the USB fans that it came with with a pair of Scythe fans. I used and old 12V transformer to wire the fans and a fan controller so I can adjust the speed.
    Whoa! That's a nice cooler and i didn't know that your laptop had red backlit keys on the keyboard. Awesome setup!
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  4. Posts : 7,470
    Windows 10 Home Premium 64bit sp1
       #734

    kellymac35 said:
    I modified my Coolermaster laptop cooler with some cold cathodes. I also changed out the USB fans that it came with with a pair of Scythe fans. I used and old 12V transformer to wire the fans and a fan controller so I can adjust the speed.
    That looks off the hook good undercover Raider fan huh lmao Charger country here
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  5. Posts : 274
    WINDOWS 7 Ultimate x64 Full
       #735

    Solarstarshines said:
    kellymac35 said:
    I modified my Coolermaster laptop cooler with some cold cathodes. I also changed out the USB fans that it came with with a pair of Scythe fans. I used and old 12V transformer to wire the fans and a fan controller so I can adjust the speed.
    That looks off the hook good undercover Raider fan huh lmao Charger country here
    Thx Solor, Well we may not be fans of the same team but one thing i'll bet we have in common is dislike for the Broncos
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  6. Posts : 391
    Windows 7 Professional 64bit
       #736

    Just a little old, but you are awesome if you have a Hyper 212 :P. Since I got mine I'm surprised by how many people use it, it is indeed quite popular, and incredibly nice for the price too . I am very pleased with the performance I have got from it, a very nice improvement from the stock cooler. I will admit though, my build wasn't made for a tower cooler :P My vengeance ram is too high for the intake fan to intake from the front, where all my intake fans are. Right now it is fighting against my rear exhaust. I also feel the tower subtracts from the clean look I am aiming for. Come my birthday in September I hope to gather the necessary funds for a corsair hydro cooler (Corsair rocks :P).
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  7. Posts : 12,177
    Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
       #737

    Corsair Hydro coolers are great, and you're right, they make the motherboard look clean.
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  8. Posts : 3,118
    Win7 Home Premium x64 SP1
       #738

    +1 for corsair hydro's. nice n cool/quiet and they dont takeover ya case
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  9. Posts : 66
    7 Home Premium x64
       #739

    Tomha said:
    Just a little old, but you are awesome if you have a Hyper 212 :P. Since I got mine I'm surprised by how many people use it, it is indeed quite popular, and incredibly nice for the price too . I am very pleased with the performance I have got from it, a very nice improvement from the stock cooler. I will admit though, my build wasn't made for a tower cooler :P My vengeance ram is too high for the intake fan to intake from the front, where all my intake fans are. Right now it is fighting against my rear exhaust. I also feel the tower subtracts from the clean look I am aiming for. Come my birthday in September I hope to gather the necessary funds for a corsair hydro cooler (Corsair rocks :P).
    By the sounds of it, you have put the fan on your 212 on the other side of the cooler, away from the ram? would you not be better then, although still not ideal to turn the fan around so it is pulling air through the cooler and then out the exhaust, as you say to stop it fighting the exhaust?
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  10. Posts : 1,413
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64
       #740

    Here's my baby. Currently @4.5ghz temps max at 66degrees Celsius with Prime95 running for 24hrs. I'm going to call it done. Next build to come later this year, a 2011 based system.






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