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  1. Posts : 9,615
    Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit
       #61

    shinigami8671 said:
    Britton30 said:
    It looks like a nice build Ali.
    Thank you Britton :) Its a work in progress lol.
    Isn't that true of every build?


    Great job on the build! That certainly was fast!
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  2. Posts : 443
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
       #62

    Lady Fitzgerald said:
    shinigami8671 said:
    Britton30 said:
    It looks like a nice build Ali.
    Thank you Britton :) Its a work in progress lol.
    Isn't that true of every build?


    Great job on the build! That certainly was fast!
    That it is,hence i find it a bit funny. Its always a work in progress :)
    And it was slow for me personally,had many errands to run so barely had time,took about 3-4 to assemble this time.
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  3. Posts : 4,198
    Windows 10 Pro
       #63

    Great Job Shini Bro looking good!!!
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  4. Posts : 443
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
       #64

    boogieboy said:
    Great Job Shini Bro looking good!!!
    Thanks bro :) Will be upgrading GPU and HDD soon too IA!
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  5. Posts : 6,077
    Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
       #65

    shinigami8671 said:
    Lady Fitzgerald said:
    shinigami8671 said:
    Guys buying a new casing "today" hopefully. Cant make up my mind between these two:
    This once costs almost 93$ Cooler Master: N600

    And this one costs almost 104$ XIGMATEK - PRODUCT
    I am a big fan of the second Xigmatek Talon case but the first one is cheaper and i like the full black look of it also. So which one should i go for??
    Of those two, I would say get The Xigmatek. I personally don't like either one. The Cooler Master mounts the HDDs in a Michael Mouse HDD cage. You have to disconnect all the HDD cables, remove the cage, and partially disassemble the cage to add or remove a HDD. You don't have to deal with that Baloney Sausage with the Xigmatek.

    The Cooler Master has easily removable dust filters; I can't tell if the Xigamatek has filters at all (and I even downloaded the manual, which, itself, was woefully in adequate).

    The Xigmatek has better wire management opportunity. The idiot HDD cage of the Cooler Master puts all the drive cables right out in plain sight (what the heck were on when they designed that abomination?).

    The Cooler Master looks better than the crazily tilted Xigmatek (hello, Pisa called and wants its tower back) but that idiot drive cage negates that and all other advantages.
    Wow,didn't notice any of those things,glad i asked. And i bought the Xigmatek Talon for 96$ with 2 extra 120mm Orange w/white LED fans. It is great. Such a nice feel to it. Best in its price range i would say. Lots of space,easy to use too. My back hurts from taking the stuff in and out all day. Anyways,some pictures:




    Very nice mate
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  6. Posts : 4,566
    Windows 10 Pro
       #66

    ganjiry said:
    Nice temps Andrew
    Here's a little info about the AMD temps you maybe interested in AMD Temp Information and Guide
    Thank you. That stinks. So basically until my temps are high its not calculating it right.

    Britton30 said:
    Nice temps Andrew, but 9C is 48.2F. Did you connect your air conditioner?
    See above :) Makes me sad....I was impressed with my water cooler. It def runs cold though. I can feel my case and it feels frozen all the time. Its nice :)
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  7. Posts : 443
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
       #67

    paulpicks21 said:
    Very nice mate
    Thanks Paul
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  8. Posts : 3,118
    Win7 Home Premium x64 SP1
       #68

    andrew129260 said:
    ganjiry said:
    Nice temps Andrew
    Here's a little info about the AMD temps you maybe interested in AMD Temp Information and Guide
    Thank you. That stinks. So basically until my temps are high its not calculating it right.
    No probs chap!
    Yes thats right as you're still using air to cool the liquid in the rad it's not physically possible to cool below the ambient/room temp.
    If you use a program like HWinfo instead of speccy it will show the socket temp aswell as the core temp. So you're able to tell toughly what you lower temps are by looking at the socket temp.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Show Us Your Rig [6]-hwinfo64.jpg  
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  9. Posts : 24,479
    Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
       #69

    Well....here is my current test bed, ASUS Sabertooth Z77, Intel i7-3770K so far at 4754MHz, GSkill Trident X 2400 @ 2438, 10-12-12-31.

    Show Us Your Rig [6]-p1030110.jpg

    Show Us Your Rig [6]-p1030111.jpg
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  10. Posts : 3,118
    Win7 Home Premium x64 SP1
       #70

    Nice ghetto bench Gary
    I'd be paranoid of knocking it over though.
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