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does anyone know what socket Haswell is?
Thats just a curiosity question more than "im gonna wait" lol
post #132 of 257
I have been seeing people say socket 1150.
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Also of note there are a lot of people complaining about the customer service of Asus. I didn't have any trouble when swapping out my P8P67 Deluxe for the B3 revision, but others have have been posting about it. Just something else to consider. thumb.gif
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yeah, I'm def. waiting on reviews of Ivy first, but all in all, Asus seems to be the best X79 option available...
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Asus Maximus IV Extreme (P67) on the way. Nice and cheap ($230) from newegg!
i5 2500K here I come, unless theres a nice MC deal on 2600k thumb.gif
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I will sell you my 2500k. LOL.
post #137 of 257
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how long was it used and how much?
also what could it clock too?
I'm partial to new stuff unless the price is great. PM me thumb.gif
post #138 of 257
nice!
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Originally Posted by crazyg0od33 View Post

I've been thinking of re-doing my loop, so it looks better/cleaner.
I like the "loopy" look if you know what I mean (something clean like this):
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I feel like mine just is kinda everywhere, and I didnt know if you guys had any suggestions on cleaner routing of the tubes, etc?
Thanks

On a quick side point, where was this taken from? Is there a build log? redface.gif

Great build log by the way! thumb.gif
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That was from te show your rig thread on xtreme systems.
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