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    "Ooh, Jesus Christ!" Mr Slave is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoPeace View Post
    They are silent at idle and make some noise under full load since they don't go over 50% speed. But when you start up the computer and they are going 100% it's pure evil. O.O

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    Sounds a bit like my brothers 7900GT, my oldest brother got a 7800GT, and you just don't hear it, but the 7900GT's make lots of noise when it's booting and used in games.

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    Account Inactive nathan123 is offline
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    This is my pc, its a bit of a mess right now, will sort it when i get my new stuff on tuesday
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    Account Inactive themasher is offline
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    who cares about nopeaces pc theres a puzz 3d!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathan123 View Post
    This is my pc, its a bit of a mess right now, will sort it when i get my new stuff on tuesday
    Cable management? :P

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    /\/\@573|2 NoPeace is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by mazo View Post
    Cable management? :P
    Think his is bad? Mine was worse when I had 6x 80mm fans. =D

    SHould post the pics I took of my current air build. SO nice cable management.

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    Heh, mine was AWFUL till about 2 weeks ago, im using 8 80mm fans and five cold cahodes (3 inverters) with sound activation (double the cables) you literally couldnt see ANYTHING below my graphics card because of all the cables :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoPeace View Post
    Think his is bad? Mine was worse when I had 6x 80mm fans. =D

    SHould post the pics I took of my current air build. SO nice cable management.

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    post pics!!! post pics!!!! post pics!!!!! i wanna c x1900xtx in crossfire :D never seen one before

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    /\/\@573|2 NoPeace is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by mazo View Post
    Heh, mine was AWFUL till about 2 weeks ago, im using 8 80mm fans and five cold cahodes (3 inverters) with sound activation (double the cables) you literally couldnt see ANYTHING below my graphics card because of all the cables :)
    Lol, you do know you'll get better air flow with 2x 120mm fans then 4x - 6x 80mm fans. When I went from my old case with all the 80's to my new one with just 2x 120's I say a 2c temp drop. oO

    Not to mention 120's are quiet & powerful at the same time. =P

    Quote Originally Posted by deadly2003 View Post
    post pics!!! post pics!!!! post pics!!!!! i wanna c x1900xtx in crossfire :D never seen one before
    Will do latter. Got them on my camera and only have a card reader on my laptop which kitten is using atm ;)

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    thats 2 gx2? i heard somewhere its pretty useless cause 2*gx2 is worst than 1*gx2 in games...

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    /\/\@573|2 NoPeace is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by themasher View Post

    Funny...

    You said before you had 4x 7950GX2 and a FX-62. Thoes pics so somethign completely differnt. ;)

    Pic 1: That can't be your system. Like you said you had a FX-62 but that motherboard would never support a FX-62. That's a s939 motherboard. How do I know? That water block is only bolted down with 2 bolts using an A64 kit. I used to use the same thing with my Exos2. An AM2 motherboard has a different kit and needs 4 bolts to hold it down. The second thing is off is the grapics cards. Thoes are not 7950GX2. They are the 7900GX2. It's easy to tell because of how long they are. The 7950 is not longer then the motherboard. ;)

    Pic 2: You should be slapped for that one. It's not even the same computer as the first. Lol. The motherboard is different. The first one is copper heat sinks on the board with heat pipe while the other is aluminum heat sinks without heat piple. The first one also has a CoolIT Freezone to cool the cards with and in the second picture it's just a fan in there. The second pic also has a retension guard on the video card while the first one doesn't. Also in the second pic the grapics card is either a 7800GTX 512mb or a 7900GTX (they look identical). Also the second picture has tubes runnding down from the CPU to the GPU.

    Please do us all a favour and not lie. There's nothing wrong with what you have. Even if you are running off of a 486 with 8mb of RAM.

    Also just a side note... I'm really confused about Alienware's choice for water cooling. Sure Koolance makes good parts but why them out of all people? They could have intergraded a better system for less money if they wanted to. I guess it's the fact Koolance is always 100% reliable but that still doesn't tell me why on Earth are they using 1/4" tubing in their setups. Koolance also makes 3/8" tubing setups for the CPU and they are far better then 1/4". It costs the same and the performance is like 5c cooler with larger tubing. Also they way they cool the Quad GPU setup is stupid. Splitting the loop into 4 parellel loops is stupid. Infact just 2 is stupid on most occassions. The Freezone already has a week pump and that makes it even worse. If they did it in a series it would be so much more efficient though not as neatly done but never the less you are looking at 10c drop in temps.

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    Account Inactive jello is offline
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    [QUOTE=NoPeace;1592448]Funny...
    Pic 1: That can't be your system. Like you said you had a FX-62 but that motherboard would never support a FX-62. That's a s939 motherboard. How do I know? That water block is only bolted down with 2 bolts using an A64 kit. I used to use the same thing with my Exos2.

    you can see it by a easier way :P the 1st pic mobo is written 'a8n' which is a s939 serie. and also first mobo has two mushkin ram stick and the 2nd i dont know what they are but there arent mushkins :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoPeace View Post
    Lol, you do know you'll get better air flow with 2x 120mm fans then 4x - 6x 80mm fans. When I went from my old case with all the 80's to my new one with just 2x 120's I say a 2c temp drop. oO

    Not to mention 120's are quiet & powerful at the same time. =P

    That may be true, but you didnt take into account that my case will only take one 120mm fan on the front but the problem is, i cant figure out how to take the damn front panel off my pc to be able to screw the fan in! >.<

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    /\/\@573|2 NoPeace is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by jello View Post
    you can see it by a easier way :P the 1st pic mobo is written 'a8n' which is a s939 serie. and also first mobo has two mushkin ram stick and the 2nd i dont know what they are but there arent mushkins :P
    I didn't bother reading the writing. I saw how it was right away =P

    How do you know for sure it's Mushkin and not G.Skill? They use the same spreaders ;)

    And the second is Cosair. Their high end memory has black heat sheilds held on by clips likes thoes and I know ALX usually use XMS ram anyways.

    Quote Originally Posted by mazo View Post
    That may be true, but you didnt take into account that my case will only take one 120mm fan on the front but the problem is, i cant figure out how to take the damn front panel off my pc to be able to screw the fan in! >.<
    Most cases you have tabs on both the rith and left sides. Make sure you take off the right side pannel also to get access to the fron. And they do make 80mm to 120mm adapters for the other parts of your case and you can always use a dremel to cut some holes in the top. =P

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    Last edited by NoPeace; 21-09-06 at 12:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoPeace View Post
    How do you know for sure it's Mushkin and not G.Skill? They use the same spreaders ;)
    didnt know g.skill had same spreaders. never held one of their stick in my hands :P i dont even know if g.skill's are sold in canada :o
    Last edited by jello; 21-09-06 at 12:39 AM.




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