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  1. LOL yeah, this forum has quite alot of Tt bashing :P but anyway moving on ... technically the schooner would be the most silent :P cos its passive.. but i dont know how whether you can consider the vf700 loud cos some people ah, the ears like bats!! dang sensitive :P


    but my unbiased opinion, both coolers should suffice and its only a matter of availability and price :P

  2. Hey, 50% OC...


    LOL.. i think a independent watercooling loop for the card is good enough to hit high clocks assuming the card itself came from a good batch that allow you to hit high clocks :) just a mcw50/maze4/nv68 and get a nice pump and a 120mm rad with a kick butt fan :P .. ok so you got money to spend :P get a triple 120mm rad :P haha

  3. lol are your rams bare or it has mini seperate heatsinks? or was it connected to the GPU heatsink or something? cos it could be the hot GPU core heating up the heatsink high enough, the heat travel to the cooler rams and just heat it up :)

  4. are you serious?


    gddr3 modules get hotter than any ddr or ddr2 modules i have ever had, even with sinks on my 6600gt memory the sinks themselves can get almost hot enough you dont want to touch them !!


    lol really! though i never own any cards with ddr3 ram modules, all of my friends who has them seem to say so too :) but there were exceptions, ^_^ but honestly GDDR3 ram modules were design so it work with lower voltages, meaning reducing heat formation

  5. im not so sure how hot your NB for your mobo can get but my rule of thumb is, if its cool to the touch, or the FSB or for your case, HTT doesnt exceed like 240Mhz the stock cooling should do it.. but i do heard from peeps that the Nvidia 4 chipset can get pretty hot :)


    either way the NB-1 is one of the best :) or swiftech or microcool ones rocks too!


    and the xp-120 should fit your board no problem :)

  6. cos tbe 3200+ is the highest S754 stock clock speed you can get.. so you can use it on the 3000+ as it can handle the heat from something much high end.


    so for example if they say, the heatsink is rated for the 3000+, you cant use it for the 3200+ cos the heatsink may not be able to handle the heat :)

  7. Nice setup. I agree with kewlboxer about the vid pelts. Keep us posted.


    What size pelts did you get? Gotta be 200+ w for the cpu...


    To sum up, sweet!


    140W for his cpu.. its abit under-rated but should do it as long his cpu rates under 70W.


    lol after a mth, please tell us your electric bill risen by how much :P

  8. lol he wants cheap and good :P last time i check xp-90C isnt cheap :)


    is he gonna OC that fx-55?? if he isnt, just stock cooler with decent airflow and circulation should do it..


    i say the normal xp-90 should suffice :P im using frozencpu as a base for price list though :)

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