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And I'll go ahead and start making a list on performance-pcs and I'll post it on here for opinions.
you'll find out quickly many hours have passed.
And u'll have a lot of fun during those many hours.
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you'll find out quickly many hours have passed.
And u'll have a lot of fun during those many hours.
Koolance 450S vs. 450?
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Can someone please reduce this all down to about $700? And let me know If there is anything I have too much/less of or I have wrong fittings..

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post #24 of 89
For that radiator , fans with low RPM will be better ( Scythe Gentle Typhoon 1850 RPM ) , or if you want to keep the 5400 RPM fans , the Black Ice GTX360 will be better !
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Can you please re-upload that at a higher resolution? I can barely read it.
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Take note, to fit the 240, you'll need to mod the bottom part of the 800D, unless it's external..which is meh
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Take note, to fit the 240, you'll need to mod the bottom part of the 800D, unless it's external..which is meh
Right, I am hoping to find someone locally in my area to install all of this for me. Lol.
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For that radiator , fans with low RPM will be better ( Scythe Gentle Typhoon 1850 RPM ) , or if you want to keep the 5400 RPM fans , the Black Ice GTX360 will be better !
Why is lower RPM better? I thought higher would be best..
Sorry, I'm new to all this..

I guess these would be good, as people are saying they go well with XSPC rads: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...max-_-35214001
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post #30 of 89
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Why is lower RPM better? I thought higher would be best..
Sorry, I'm new to all this..

I guess these would be good, as people are saying they go well with XSPC rads: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...max-_-35214001
You'll get better temps with higher RPM fans (at the cost of more noise), but that applies to the Black Ice GTX rads only.
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