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slayer2cool

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  1. oh the benefit of an ulocked multiplier is "boundless" hahaha well i guess the first benefit you definitely see is the wonders of not having the HTT as your limit in how far you can OC.
  2. lol congrats! but be warn of your electric bill.. it may shoot up a tat after using it
  3. silverstone man with adjustable rheostat. best of both worlds of quietness and performance
  4. actually, the aquagate perform quite well as compared to extreme air cooling.. im not sure about how much it cost over there. but with a price tag slightly more than some of the heatsinks available, a plug and play design, no leak test, no topping up of coolant, hasssle free water cooling, its kinda spiffy. and its also the cheapest watercooling kit available
  5. actually, the aquagate mini is not bad for watercooling at that price. really man, its literally an affordable watercooling "kit" for the masses
  6. i did some digging around on the reviews and the comments some people actually posted, i heard the pelt it uses are pretty much peak at 56W @ 12V which is pathetic if you asked me
  7. ouch! no way man! haha my parents will kill me if they find out i splurge that much on a bass. i could like get a new pc system overhaul with that amount of cash...hmmm maybe Silverfox is right, should get like a not expensive one
  8. hahaha! yeah guess so.. cant really splurge on it man.. i still got other stuff i wanna get my hands on.. a bike+license, notebook, digicam and all of these while having a good cash flow in.
  9. ah.. im also looking at epiphone and ibanez lines of bass guitars.. some are quite good.. though not sure of the price issues.
  10. sorry for the late reply:) was in camp the whole week.. *currently serving the country as part of my liability* hmmm fender.. haha i think fenders in my country is slightly on the high price but nvm will go and check.. as for yamaha, i have a friend who is a stauch anti-yamaha-bass lady. rofl, she said, its good ah but there isnt any "oomph" in the sound. but thanks for all the suggestions.. will go and check it out man!
  11. my Barton doesnt exceed 55C in my tropical weather of 30C. using a Si-97 with a tame coolermaster 80mm fan. i think if i clean the dust from it, can hit under 45 no problem.
  12. ok i bet to you there are plenty of bass guitarist out there in OCC let it be beginners, amateurs, pros and all. ..i been a bass player by leisure but i dont have a bass guitar.. i use my acoustic to play bass pieces from time to time and felt like now is time to get me an electric bass guitar. any of you guys got any recommendation of any brands? models? tips? like whether i should get a decent one first or should i get a good one to start with? honestly i have no ideaa where to start.. trying to keep my budget under 200 USD but then again, the bass guitar pricing in my country may differ as compared in the US.
  13. yeah that would be good too.. place the rad outside the case and using the fan, you adding distance between the case and the rad.. though if you want your fan configuration to be a push through sort, you need to add in like some spacer ah.
  14. hmmm.. i guess you can somehow mod the case so that the psu is jutting out from the case.. perhaps an inch worth of the psu jutting out. but i doubt the barb should pose much problem. or or use like a spacer or something and ensure the radiator is really on top of the case, outside. haha but i think it will look funny cos the rad wont really flush with the case.
  15. pictures of your problem?? but if my imagination is correct, you can just move your radiator to be outside your case, still on the top, but outside.
  16. aluminium corrodes but the oxide layer is a protective film that protects it, so you're safe.. copper doesnt corrode that easily too but it get tarnished and that's about it. and what kind of antifreeze compound did your friend use? i dont exactly recall any antifreeze stuff that crystaliized on being heated.. shouldnt be like that. anyway let the vinegar sit in the system for some time and then flush it out thoroughly should do the trick.
  17. my antec truepower havent failed me yet.. quite good too. classic trustworthy brand to go for when it comes to psu.
  18. i dont know bout that.. i think if you use SETI or [email protected] to test the stability of your platform, then you maybe contributing to computing errors on your part.. like what if your platform isnt stable and you stress it out with all that folding.. bound to give out some error right?
  19. you know, i have a group of people who said, if you're the sort who just use your platform for games, just do a loop on 3dmark or something that is heavy on the gaming side.. cos there are times, ppl's pc are rock stable on prime but whenever they game, it crashes.. not sure about the guys here and wheter you would use your opty for that ah, but just wanna digress abit here lah
  20. lol i dont get your diagram.. is it just me or you have 2 Y splitters on one of your line from pump to waterblock?
  21. got links? cos really it takes more than just a pump to heat up water
  22. amount of heat being release into the loop from your inline pump is basically negligible man.. really, water have a really high heat capacity.. i wont worry much about any of that heat release into loop and making your cooling capability lower stuff
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