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Yeah, i double checked it before i installed it in the case. It's stuck in there alright. Like what you said, welded in there.
Oh good. I forgot to ask though: what's the approximate temperature in your room there? I mean if you don't a thermometer, then I guess my question becomes: is it cold, cool, comfortable, warm, or hot? It sounds to me like it's either warm or hot in your room right now (based on your temps with the stock cooling).


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Yeah, i know. Overclocking for novices, but i really don't have much time to deal this rig right now. Its not mine actually, shared by the rest of the family and they NEED it. I actually wasted 3 days of my life settling this rig. Anyway, when my sis was booting it up, she got one error msg saying overclocking failed and restarted it. So yeah, i reverted it back to the normal setting and my temps and clocks are 'normal' now.

I know about the CM Hyper 212+ and the heatpipe thing. Thanks for the reminder anyway. When i got it to start the first time on the faulty mobo, i glanced in BIOS and saw that the CPU temps was about 36C. With a dual fan config haha. Now its about, 45+ with the stock cooler? It seems pretty small for a cooler though. Too small.
Yeah, but these temps are extremely safe - even those load temps.


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Anyway, i was just wondering. Perhaps electronics in my country are expensive? My P8P67 + i5 2500k costs about USD $372 (SGD $470). Its like a shopping centre with many many shops all selling all these PC stuff. How much is it really in the US, including/excluding shipping?
If I use Newegg, then the cost comes to be approximately $370 USD before shipping. Not bad!
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post #4352 of 9343
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Oh good. I forgot to ask though: what's the approximate temperature in your room there? I mean if you don't a thermometer, then I guess my question becomes: is it cold, cool, comfortable, warm, or hot? It sounds to me like it's either warm or hot in your room right now (based on your temps with the stock cooling).



Yeah, but these temps are extremely safe - even those load temps.



If I use Newegg, then the cost comes to be approximately $370 USD before shipping. Not bad!
Yeah, its hot here. Like burning hot. Its about 32C (90F) today, and its considered VERY CLOUDY. When i turn on the air conditioner to 18C, i get about 45-50C playing Black Ops using the BIOS auto OC thingy.

USD $370 excluding shipping? Not bad. I normally have to drive up to the congested town area or take my motorcycle. You know how crazy traffic can get. Anyway, shipping from newegg is for EVERYTHING? How much roughly it would cost for a full system build?
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post #4353 of 9343
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Yeah, its hot here. Like burning hot. Its about 32C (90F) today, and its considered VERY CLOUDY. When i turn on the air conditioner to 18C, i get about 45-50C playing Black Ops using the BIOS auto OC thingy.

USD $370 excluding shipping? Not bad. I normally have to drive up to the congested town area or take my motorcycle. You know how crazy traffic can get. Anyway, shipping from newegg is for EVERYTHING? How much roughly it would cost for a full system build?
I have no idea because I've never priced a Sandy Bridge rig on Newegg. Plus, you can find items that have free shipping, and you can find items that don't have free shipping. Some items have very expensive shipping while others have cheap shipping. So I can't estimate, but I think it's only because I lack the experience. Although, I do know that my entire system (like.... everything, not just what you see in my sig rig) would cost me close to $2300 USD or more if I were to travel through time and buy it all at once brand new.

Anyway, how the heck do you stay cool when your AC isn't on? I'd be sitting in just my underwear with a big fan blowing on me in that kind of heat! Although, I have a ton of settled dust I'd have to be mindful of, so I'd have a small fan on its lowest setting.
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post #4354 of 9343
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Much appreciated, what's the difference between the Deluxe and Pro version of the Gen3 board? (if the pro comes in Gen3, Im not sure)
Well there is V-Pro Gen3 Motherboard from Asus and the difference isn't that big actually. Some I/O port differences, design difference and the biggest I've noticed that V-Pro has IGPU connectors and Deluxe doesn't
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Well there is V-Pro Gen3 Motherboard from Asus and the difference isn't that big actually. Some I/O port differences, design difference and the biggest I've noticed that V-Pro has IGPU connectors and Deluxe doesn't
Hmm, what's an IPGU connector used for?

Design, huh? I wonder which one looks best
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post #4356 of 9343
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Hmm, what's an IPGU connector used for?

Design, huh? I wonder which one looks best
That's DVI/VGA ports. Which you could use if you don't have or have broken your GPU and use them instead.
From my point of view the Deluxe looks pretty sexy I really like design, color scheme on my Deluxe it makes me
Edited by Eaglake - 10/16/11 at 4:15am
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That's DVI/VGA ports. Which you could use if you don't have or have broken your GPU and use them instead.
From my point of view the Deluxe looks pretty sexy I really like design, color scheme on my Deluxe it makes me
I'll check it out, thanks for pointing out the differences. +REP
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Good day ...

I am currently in the market for the Asus P8Z68-V Pro motherboard but would like to know the height of the mosfet heatsinks as i would like 2 get an aftermarket cooler ...

Will the Coolermaster hyper or the deep cool gamer storm fit ?? ...
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I have no idea because I've never priced a Sandy Bridge rig on Newegg. Plus, you can find items that have free shipping, and you can find items that don't have free shipping. Some items have very expensive shipping while others have cheap shipping. So I can't estimate, but I think it's only because I lack the experience. Although, I do know that my entire system (like.... everything, not just what you see in my sig rig) would cost me close to $2300 USD or more if I were to travel through time and buy it all at once brand new.

Anyway, how the heck do you stay cool when your AC isn't on? I'd be sitting in just my underwear with a big fan blowing on me in that kind of heat! Although, I have a ton of settled dust I'd have to be mindful of, so I'd have a small fan on its lowest setting.
Physical and mental conditioning my friend. I can take cold and heat anyday.

Anyway, something serious happened. When i set back my 'Normal' settings (The Middle button) in EZMODE, and i played back ops, a few mins into the game, my screen froze, like it tore here and there and the sound was a loud buzzing/electrical noise. Like high voltage electricity sounds. This happened twice just now.

In the morning, when i played unknowingly in the "Performance" mode (The rightmost button selection in eazy BIOS mode), there was no problems. So just now after the second time that happened in black ops, i set it back to the "Performance" mode, i could play black ops just fine and dandy.

What gives? Something is unstable somewhere?
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Physical and mental conditioning my friend. I can take cold and heat anyday.

Anyway, something serious happened. When i set back my 'Normal' settings (The Middle button) in EZMODE, and i played back ops, a few mins into the game, my screen froze, like it tore here and there and the sound was a loud buzzing/electrical noise. Like high voltage electricity sounds. This happened twice just now.

In the morning, when i played unknowingly in the "Performance" mode (The rightmost button selection in eazy BIOS mode), there was no problems. So just now after the second time that happened in black ops, i set it back to the "Performance" mode, i could play black ops just fine and dandy.

What gives? Something is unstable somewhere?
Whoa. I wonder if that Standard button is changing settings to something that is unstable... well, it has to be otherwise this wouldn't happen.

Have you ever clicked and applied the settings from that middle button before?
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