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you need to start a thing to say at the end of each review like Jimmy Kimmel says at his show

"our apologies to matt damon, we ran out of time"

at the end of each of your reviews, for comedic effect of course, say...

" and dlee thank you for the 9600gt trade"
    
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you need to start a thing to say at the end of each review like Jimmy Kimmel says at his show

"our apologies to matt damon, we ran out of time"

at the end of each of your reviews, for comedic effect of course, say...

" and dlee thank you for the 9600gt trade"


I'm laughing so hard, my friend's loving that 9600gt right now. Thanks!
    
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Here it is, straight copied from the thread:

Make sure you subscribe after watching. It keeps my channel going with new videos.

Let me know what you think!

    
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Here it is, straight copied from the thread:

Make sure you subscribe after watching. It keeps my channel going with new videos.

Let me know what you think!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zqp3HeWICLg
IMO, you shouldnt start by describing what it looks like/the colours, as we can already see it in your vid.

also, I think the statement about folding systems being loud is pretty inaccurate, as many folders aim to make their systems quiet as its going to be on all the time.
Edited by markp1989 - 5/19/11 at 2:40pm
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IMO, you shouldnt start by describing what it looks like/the colours, as we can already see it in your vid.

also, I think the statement about folding systems being loud is pretty inaccurate, as many folders aim to make their systems quiet as its going to be on all the time.
Oh alright thanks.
    
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post #16 of 23
Not really.

If you are smart about your cooling you really don't need them. I have ran 5 series tri SLI in my case and to be honest aftermarket 3 slot cooling is just not necessary.

If you use the right case and not the usual hum drum your temps will be fine with plenty of OC room.
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Not really.

If you are smart about your cooling you really don't need them. I have ran 5 series tri SLI in my case and to be honest aftermarket 3 slot cooling is just not necessary.

If you use the right case and not the usual hum drum your temps will be fine with plenty of OC room.
Yes, but your computer will be pretty loud.
    
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What about : Why you should never buy reference design ?
First time I did I thought I bought a $#@$#@ing jet.
5850 @ 40% was loud.
GTX 570 @ 80% is barely audible.
wow, how loud is your system if your DCII 570 is barely audible at 80%?

my DCII 580 is easily 3 or 4 times louder than anything else in my system when cranked to 80%, and I wouldn't call my rig all that quiet...

the real difference is that the DCII heatsink can do a superior job cooling under max load with the fans at 20% or less than the stock heatsink @ 60% or higher...
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Yes, but your computer will be pretty loud.
True.

However the noise temperature ratio just isn't that good yet to warrant 3 slots and extra money. Imho anyway. I have used icy visions and AC Xtremes too.
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My old blower style 5770 wasn't loud at all. Temps were never an issue with it either.
    
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