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post #4471 of 22568 Old 01-30-2014, 03:19 PM
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It went down on Monday for me iirc, but that's beside the point. Hope ecommerce (whatever that is) gets it sorted out, really eager to order my SM8 smile.gif
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It went down on Monday for me iirc, but that's beside the point. Hope ecommerce (whatever that is) gets it sorted out, really eager to order my SM8 smile.gif

their website has been working fine for me
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Can spend some more money now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! biggrin.gifwheee.gifwheee.gifwheee.gifwheee.gifwheee.gif

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don't waste your time on buying those air purifiers. make your own by getting a cheap box fan and a furnace filter shown here for example. ive been using this diy purifier for years and it really works great for my pc. of course you can't prevent dust from building up, but it minimizes it tremendously

WOW lol was looking to geta small one, but appreciate it, I'll stay away from that though due to the noise and all since I finally managed to achieve 95% silence w/ my rig xD

Appreciate it though, and yeah I'll still have filters on it I just want to reduce the amount that gets past that.

i know right, i never relized how nice it is to have a silent pc, idk why it never bothered me but from the moment i got my first aquaero my wifes pc was loud .... so i bought 2 more now all pcs have them XD i love the remote too. will work great for a small htpc mouse and keyboard all in one

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LOL, now the EK website is down. Arrrgh. mad.gif

sounds like you have more luck then i do

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this is my recent update config.

UT60 240 on front (p/p)
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The XT could easily do push/pull. And are you going to water cool (get a different) gpu too?

I would actually remove the most left bottom fan, flip the front rad, so you can place a drain on that sucker.

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this is my recent update config.

UT60 240 on front (p/p)
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It's getting better and better Rickyman! More "blended" than before! thumb.gif
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I would actually remove the most left bottom fan, flip the front rad, so you can place a drain on that sucker.

The front rad is already flipped so the end tanks are at the bottom and you can also see that there is a drain install right behind the fan controller thumb.gif
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