Yup, I still love the case to this day. It may not have all the nice stuff from modern cases like grommetted wire management holes, dust filters, space behind the mobo tray to tuck wires, toolless drive mount etc.... But rATX and thick side panels are great.
And here she lives, it's about 90%...
Ordered an 5960X with a UD4 board and some G.Skill DDR4. Hopefully would come within a week. Sad part is I'll be busy will mid September and won't be able to put together everything and leak test my loop :(
Current rig will be downgraded to a secondary machine running stock clocks.
This is great. James Moore (Ministry of Industry) is on a crusade against the big Telcos for cheaper rates and more choices for consumers.
I wondered that too when I installed my block. Instruction says peel the protective film. THERE'S NO FILM FFFFFFFUUUUU. Took me a while to just say fuck it and used a tiny dab of paste to hold the pads in place.
As to my OC:
1275/1700 @ 1.275v
Running at about 40C or so...
Go for function first, like rad, blocks, pump, res, and add all the fancy extras later. There's nothing wrong with straight barbs, you just need a bit more slack on the tubing....
When you have a bit more to spend later down the line, you can simply get some nicer rotary barbs or compression...
This was my old layout. It kinda sucked with where the pump was.
With the release of the Apogee HD, I got one and decided to change things up a little. Moved the pump and it uses a little more tubing, but I like this layout a bit more. Also changed some fittings to make tubing routing a...
My loop's been running since I got a GPU block back in June 2010. Water level is actually getting a bit low in my res and since Swiftech recently released their HD block, I bought some new tubing and I'm going to redo my loop with a different pump placement.
Colored tubing is the way to go...
I'm referring to this page exactly: http://www.anandtech.com/show/4256/the-ocz-vertex-3-review-120gb/4
They may be the fastest thing around but I don't think I would ever support a company that pulls shit like this, and it's not the first time.
Here's my PLP setup with a pair of U2211H and a U2711. Don't really care for Eyefinity with current gen monitors....
Sign me up when super thin bezel IPS panels come out :D
(I notice that the 2711 has a reddish tint while the 2211s have a greenish tint :confused:)
I rather have an unsubsidized unlocked phone that you can move from carrier to carrier and cheap plans.
And this population density bullshit. GTA, GVR, Montreal and all the big metropolitan areas have 2000+ people per sq mile. Fuck you Rogers and Bell.
I purchased an AX750 before any reviews came out knowing that it would be a kick ass product. This review just confirms it.
It's not all that expensive compared to the HX620 when it first came out. I remember the HX620 cost me around $160 in May 07 and an AX750 can be found for $170.
Here's my story.
Before I got back into Folding (I last folded in 2007?), I too thought that a 4GHz 920 was a monster. It was amazing when it was released in Nov 08 and still is 2 years later... for most things.
In the short 2 months that I've been folding again, I upgraded to an Extra...