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Oh, for those interested, I did not find a way to turn the LEDs off on the AVEXIR RAM. I think you would have to remove the LEDs entirely if you don't want them.
post #1052 of 3634
i think regardless the lights look very good..and its just not the latest driver that sucked from nvidia.
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post #1053 of 3634
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Originally Posted by snitchkilla11 View Post

If I were you I would take the 3570k back for the 3770k for 229.99. I'm glad I did..a heck of a lot better of a chip

I exchanged the i5-3570K for an i7-3770K! Hope I can get at least 4.6GHz!!!

Can't wait to upgrade my rig from the one in my sig! It oughta be SMOKIN' cigar.gif

Excited about using the H100 over my old Zalman CNPS9500A!

The wimp's way of getting into watercooling without the mess tongue.gif

- MSI MPower @ MicroCenter for $145
- i7-3770K @ MicroCenter for $230
- Corsair H100 @ Newegg for $90
- G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3 1866 @ Newegg for $75

Edited by ZDarryl - 11/30/12 at 1:04pm
    
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post #1054 of 3634
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Originally Posted by ZDarryl View Post

I exchanged the i5-3570K for an i7-3770K! Hope I can get at least 4.6GHz!!!
Can't wait to upgrade my rig from the one in my sig! It oughta be SMOKIN' cigar.gif
Excited about using the H100 over my old Zalman CNPS9500A!
The wimp's way of getting into watercooling without the mess tongue.gif
- MSI MPower @ MicroCenter for $145
- i7-3770K @ MicroCenter for $230
- Corsair H100 @ Newegg for $90
- G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3 1866 @ Newegg for $75

Sweet prices.


4.6GHZ should be no problem for 3570k or 3770k with right BIOS settings.
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Originally Posted by ZDarryl View Post

I exchanged the i5-3570K for an i7-3770K! Hope I can get at least 4.6GHz!!!
Can't wait to upgrade my rig from the one in my sig! It oughta be SMOKIN' cigar.gif
Excited about using the H100 over my old Zalman CNPS9500A!
The wimp's way of getting into watercooling without the mess tongue.gif
- MSI MPower @ MicroCenter for $145
- i7-3770K @ MicroCenter for $230
- Corsair H100 @ Newegg for $90
- G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3 1866 @ Newegg for $75

LOL i have heard more horror stories about corsair hydro units exploding than i have of leaks happening in custom loops. Or maybe people just sensationalizes the posts when a hydro unit poops everywhere.
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post #1056 of 3634
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I exchanged the i5-3570K for an i7-3770K! Hope I can get at least 4.6GHz!!!
Can't wait to upgrade my rig from the one in my sig! It oughta be SMOKIN' cigar.gif
Excited about using the H100 over my old Zalman CNPS9500A!
The wimp's way of getting into watercooling without the mess tongue.gif
- MSI MPower @ MicroCenter for $145
- i7-3770K @ MicroCenter for $230
- Corsair H100 @ Newegg for $90
- G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3 1866 @ Newegg for $75


i did the same cpu mobo deal at microcenter...simply could not pass that deal up!! even bought the h100 and some sp120s ..wish they had the gskill ram kits ..but i got some dominator platinums.
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post #1057 of 3634
I dont mind the light near the cmos but those lights on top of the board. Their just to bright.
post #1058 of 3634
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- MSI MPower @ MicroCenter for $145

145 dollar blinksmiley.gif

Here in the Netherlands europe i paid 180 euro's (234 dollars) for this board and this is considered a good deal over here. 145 dollars would be 111 euro's, damn that difference could have gotten me an i7 too.

The i53570K i got cost me 205 euro's (266 dollars), either we pay way too much or you way too less, but i'm affraid we pay too much........
post #1059 of 3634
Yeah, that's expensive Erik1974.
post #1060 of 3634
hello all nice to meet you biggrin.gif

i just bought this motherboard with cheap price (ex oc competition) biggrin.gif

i want to know how to disable onboard led on this motherboard?
or i just use black tape to hide it? ph34r-smiley.gif

thanks before!
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