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i remember back in the days when everyone thought the V8 was like the best cooler in the world ;D
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post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by Xraven771;15243970 
i remember back in the days when everyone thought the V8 was like the best cooler in the world ;D

LOL! I think I'm gonna save $10 and just go with the 212 EVO tongue.gif
post #23 of 24
You might wanna invest abit more in a case, as it is the most futureproof part of a build. I can gurantee that. A HAF 922/ Define R3/ sth along those lines will last you many builds, as nth can go wrong with a case. And from this point of time on, I can bet with you that components are going to get smaller in size+less power hungry.

212 Plus is a good cooler as well. Trust me, nth makes you feel better than looking at a good case.
    
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Originally Posted by sloppyjoe123;15249062 
You might wanna invest abit more in a case, as it is the most futureproof part of a build. I can gurantee that. A HAF 922/ Define R3/ sth along those lines will last you many builds, as nth can go wrong with a case. And from this point of time on, I can bet with you that components are going to get smaller in size+less power hungry.

212 Plus is a good cooler as well. Trust me, nth makes you feel better than looking at a good case.

I don't plan on updating this build for a few years, that's why I'm getting the BD... the only thing I'll probably really do is add more RAM, and maybe switch to SSD in a year or so. (depending on video rendering)
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