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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

Ok guys so I'm about to tear apart my rig because my power supply has been making this wierd chirping noise so I am going to send it in for an exchange. Figure I'll just take apart the whole thing because I'm going to order the Maximus V Formula and Phantom Full tower ATX on friday. See ya guys on my crappy laptop!!

dude your luck with hardware is kinda bad every piece you got had to be exchanged for some reason , cpu , mobo , gpu , psu , case lol

might as well build a new rig biggrin.gif
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post #14482 of 33558
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Originally Posted by invincible20xx View Post

dude your luck with hardware is kinda bad every piece you got had to be exchanged for some reason , cpu , mobo , gpu , psu , case lol

might as well build a new rig biggrin.gif

Haha tell me about it and all of the things I have are quality except the motherboard and the case. I'm just going to get this new motherboard and case and re-install windows and hopefully everything will work out.
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

haha...Try to get the 820 and mod it biggrin.gif

...got a 820 Phantom sitting a few feet from me - modding only half finished...nice case though smile.gif (got for $100 because it had been a demo in the store with a few minor scratches)
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Anyone know of a program like fraps that overlays during full screen games - core temps or cpu usage? does aida? does CoreTemp.exe? I wanna see my temps!
aida 64 and hw.monitor do it. aida64 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


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post #14485 of 33558
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haha...Try to get the 820 and mod it biggrin.gif

I was actually going to get the 820, but I don't really need all of that extra jazz. All I care about are dust filters, ample cable management space, and lots of places for fans. I am going to get the 620 phantom. The ASUS Maximus V Forumla and Phantom 620 come to $460 after shipping costs. I really wanted to spend under $500 for the two so that is perfect.

What do you mean by "mod" it? Like extra lights and stuff?
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

I was actually going to get the 820, but I don't really need all of that extra jazz. All I care about are dust filters, ample cable management space, and lots of places for fans. I am going to get the 620 phantom. The ASUS Maximus V Forumla and Phantom 620 come to $460 after shipping costs. I really wanted to spend under $500 for the two so that is perfect.

What do you mean by "mod" it? Like extra lights and stuff?

That, MOD it...


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post #14487 of 33558
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That, MOD it...


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DAMN! I think I need some more years of experience under my belt before I attempt something like that. For goodness sakes I don't even have any clue how a water loop works or how I would even attempt setting one up.

This is an amazing Phantom 820 mod. http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=248493

So what is the difference between the 820 and 630? Just lighting right?

Also, does anyone want to stop me from getting the ASUS Maximus V Formula? Or is all my research correct and that is a good board that I will be happy with. I don't plan on upgrading to Haswell for maybe a year and a half to two years so I don't mind spending a chunk of change.
post #14488 of 33558
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DAMN! I think I need some more years of experience under my belt before I attempt something like that. For goodness sakes I don't even have any clue how a water loop works or how I would even attempt setting one up.

This is an amazing Phantom 820 mod. http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=248493

So what is the difference between the 820 and 630? Just lighting right?

Also, does anyone want to stop me from getting the ASUS Maximus V Formula? Or is all my research correct and that is a good board that I will be happy with. I don't plan on upgrading to Haswell for maybe a year and a half to two years so I don't mind spending a chunk of change.

All I can say is that wait for it to come down in price, memory sticks and motherboard have gone way up this past month in prices. You could easily get it for $260 shipped on egg, now it's like $300.

Apart from that, go for it. We're both in the same boat, even though haswell is on my mind, but I may just keep Ivy just because this mobo MVF is just awesome in all ways.
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- The secret joy of water cooling is that everyone thinks it's incredibly complicated when in reality, it's very very simple.

-In a year and a half to two years, just get Haswell-E thumb.gif

-Maximus V is a super spiffy board and the only complaints I've heard with it are really complaints about ASUS' CS department.
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post #14490 of 33558
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All I can say is that wait for it to come down in price, memory sticks and motherboard have gone way up this past month in prices. You could easily get it for $260 shipped on egg, now it's like $300.

Apart from that, go for it. We're both in the same boat, even though haswell is on my mind, but I may just keep Ivy just because this mobo MVF is just awesome in all ways.

Yea check this out. Its $290 and there is a 25$ promo code. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131934 That is why I want to jump on it now.
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