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post #31 of 56
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Originally Posted by zephiK View Post

Alternatively, you can try water/radiation solutions Corsair H80 / H100 depending on your case set up. You won't have any problems with RAM set up if that is a major concern.

I would recommend the 212+ over these water cooling solutions. They are priced too high and do not perform much better.

You will be good to go with the 212+. If you can fit another fan for push pull, DO IT... Make sure to get quiet fans. That bad boy will be loud....

Have fun. thumb.gif
post #32 of 56
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I would recommend the 212+ over these water cooling solutions. They are priced too high and do not perform much better.
You will be good to go with the 212+. If you can fit another fan for push pull, DO IT... Make sure to get quiet fans. That bad boy will be loud....
Have fun. thumb.gif
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Thank, on a side note. If i free up the 100$ on the monitor that i might be freeing up should i get the noctua or go ahead and invest in some better ram.
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post #33 of 56
Get the samaung ram. I would use the 100 towards a better GPU. Keep the 212+.
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Get the samaung ram. I would use the 100 towards a better GPU. Keep the 212+.

you dont think the vapor X 7970 is good ? what would you suggest?
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post #35 of 56
oh sorry, did not see that GPU. That is def decent.
post #36 of 56
If I were you I'd get a 2nd M4 and put it in RAID 0.
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post #37 of 56
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If I were you I'd get a 2nd M4 and put it in RAID 0.

and take out the hdd or in addition if i have the 100 bucks free?
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post #38 of 56
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and take out the hdd or in addition if i have the 100 bucks free?

For the free $100. Of course, if you think you can get by with only 256 GB then don't get a HDD.
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post #39 of 56
Pardon my ignorance here. I know little about SSDs. My understanding is improved boot and load times.... Which is great to have and all. But I don't understand spending $200 to have 15-20 second faster boot or 5-10 second faster large program load.

I'm really trying to understand this.
post #40 of 56
I would just get a bigger SSD. I am running a 246 OCZ Vertex 3 and it is really fast.
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