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About usama7

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  • Birthday 05/07/1986

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    Faisalabad, Pakistan


  • Computer Specs
    CPU: core i5 3450 with No-K OC enabled
    MOBO: ASRock Z-75 PRO 3
    RAM: gSkill Ares 8GB (2*4GB) 9-9-9-24 @1600MHz
    GPU: XFX GTX 280
    HSF: SysCooling water cooling loop with 120mm rad
    PSU: Antec TruePower New 650
    Casing: BitFenix Merc Alpha with Xigmatek 120mm fans
    HDD: Seagate Barracuda 500GB SATA 6Gbps
    SSD: Sandisk 64 GB SATA 6Gbps
    Display: Samsung SynMaster SA300 LED
    Peripherals: Razer Naga Molten Special Edition, Cooler Master Sentinel Advance, SteelSeries 6gv2 mechanical keyboard, Steel Series Siberia v2 with usb sound card
  1. I would have definitely got 2 if i lived anywhere near the US.
  2. Well they dont offer invites for my country so I had to get one from there. Just stuck in the postal system.
  3. Have fun:P http://www.aliexpress.com/item/in-Stock-Oneplus-One-phone-LTE-4G-FDD-5-5-1080-Full-HD-Qualcomm-Snapdragon-801/1895546281.html http://www.aliexpress.com/item/OnePlus-One-LTE-Phone-in-stock-Snapdragon-801-Quad-core-2-5G-3GB-Ram-cyanogenmod-CM11S/1903073505.html
  4. It isnt that bad, I have been on it for a year and its a good game
  5. I have almost bought a ThermalTake Chaser A31 from a guy here and I will be shifting my system in that. As fas the temps, I have the yate loon fan at full speed and it gives me around 4C above ambient at idle and around 25C above ambient at full load during prime 95. During gaming, it stays at around 15C above ambient. I am using demineralized water in it now.
  6. Will distilled water be fine too?
  7. thanks guys. I will change the coolant with water and see what happens.
  8. Just a quick question. I ran prime 95 with large FFTs and I got around 50C with a variation of 2C. is that good enough? My proccesor is a core i5 3450 and i have the No-K OC enabled in my bios so it runs at 3.7 GHz on all core at full load with the turbo boost and can go upto 3.9 on single core loads. and would it be better if I used demineralized water instead of the included coolant? because I have heard that the additives in the coolants can cause blockages in the loop after sometime.
  9. thanks. lets hope I can expand on it later on. There arent any retailers who sell custom water cooling parts so I will have to get everything from abroad.
  10. Yeah and I didnt get any leaks so far. Apart from that, the pump and the fan are like whisper quiet.
  11. Hey OCC! I recently got a SysCooling DIY watercooling kit. It has a 120mm rad with a thickness of about 35 mm. As it is my first attempt at water-cooling, I thought I should share it with you guys. Thats the rad with the included Yate Loon medium speed fan capable of pushing 70.5 cfm @ 1650 rpm. The pump is capable of doing 300 ltr/hour and a head of 1.9 meters. CPU block and fittings. CPU block installed with everything setup and running. The fluid is blue and matches my RAM The pump in the 5.25" drive bay. I had to take out my optical drive for it and now I will have too get a USB power kit or an external unit. The pump has a blue LED to indicate its powered up and working but it isnt visible because of the blue coolant. Finally the rad and fan. In case you are wondering i have it outside as opposed to been inside my case, then the answer is that it wont fit inside the case. My BitFenix Merc Alpha isnt that good for water cooling. I have the fan in "pull" configuration for now and I might add another Xigmatek fan in push if its becomes necessary
  12. SteelSeries 6Gv2 mechanical keyboard and Antec TruePower 650Watts PSU
  13. Awesome dog. Chocolate Lab? I have an English Pointer but she is getting old now. But those labs are really good dogs.
  14. I want in too! Location: Pakistan
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