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Wires aren't trivial and inconsequential. You want to speak of the science behind it..

On a windy day does the wind feel stronger in an open field or in a dense forest? Wires obstruct airflow, similar to overgrowth in a forest.

At least zip-tie some of those wires together and tuck them away, it truly is a mess. And I don't feel like I'm insulting your work, because you couldn't have worked very hard on those wires. You just plugged them in and ran them wherever it was easiest. That's not hard work, that's doing the minimum to make the PC functional.
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I heard cable extensions are expensive
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So I pulled the trigger and ordered a gigabyte Z77x-UD5H to replace my Asrock extreme6 along with an XSPC rs360 kit yesterday. Is there a big difference in the terminology used in the bios? I am wondering if the overclocking will be straight forward and exactly the same more or less using offset and turbo voltages? Anyone have experience with both boards or brands?
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Originally Posted by shamanik1320 View Post

I didn't call him stupid. Do you always put words in other people's mouths?

Ok well I'm not even going to even remotely get into this with you because you seem like someone who is always on the offense, but no where di I actually say that you called him stupid. I was just making a joke because you were talking to FTW like he got his first computer yesterday. I'm really not going to explain myself anymore because you obviously didn't take my suggestion ffrom my last post to you to heart. So you just have fun doing your own thing. As long as you are enjoying your computer then that is all that really matters. Just don't be rude to us. We have a good thing going in this thread and we don't want someone coming in here telling us we don't know what we are talking about.
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Originally Posted by chronicfx View Post

So I pulled the trigger and ordered a gigabyte Z77x-UD5H to replace my Asrock extreme6 along with an XSPC rs360 kit yesterday. Is there a big difference in the terminology used in the bios? I am wondering if the overclocking will be straight forward and exactly the same more or less using offset and turbo voltages? Anyone have experience with both boards or brands?

Why no ud4h luv? You saw us discussing its ram clocking prowess and whatnot, same as the new and improved UP series...UD5H was the first iteration of z77x boards by GB, the newer ones are a bit better and cost the same or less at times. :/
I've had that board and it was a nightware to deal with if you have Samsung hyk0 chips, similar to the Mpower by Msi.
Not a bad board at all, very nice onboard sound and headphone amp included, debug led, power, reset, and clear cmos buttons on the board, voltage read points for extreme oc or debugging.
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Ok well I'm not even going to even remotely get into this with you because you seem like someone who is always on the offense, but no where di I actually say that you called him stupid. I was just making a joke because you were talking to FTW like he got his first computer yesterday. I'm really not going to explain myself anymore because you obviously didn't take my suggestion ffrom my last post to you to heart. So you just have fun doing your own thing. As long as you are enjoying your computer then that is all that really matters. Just don't be rude to us. We have a good thing going in this thread and we don't want someone coming in here telling us we don't know what we are talking about.

He probably doesn't know 'who' FtW is or dies, or what his level of experience in the field is...but well, no need to fight over trivial things like that. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

Wires aren't trivial and inconsequential. You want to speak of the science behind it..

On a windy day does the wind feel stronger in an open field or in a dense forest? Wires obstruct airflow, similar to overgrowth in a forest.

At least zip-tie some of those wires together and tuck them away, it truly is a mess. And I don't feel like I'm insulting your work, because you couldn't have worked very hard on those wires. You just plugged them in and ran them wherever it was easiest. That's not hard work, that's doing the minimum to make the PC functional.

I am the worst wire offender ever when it comes to wire management. But I promise that if my wife will give me a good chunk of time next weekend to install and leak test the rasa kit with the new motherboard installed.. I will use zip ties instead of just tucking stuff wherever I can. I will even take my electric duster home from work and clean all my fans smile.gif
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Why no ud4h luv? You saw us discussing its ram clocking prowess and whatnot, same as the new and improved UP series...UD5H was the first iteration of z77x boards by GB, the newer ones are a bit better and cost the same or less at times. :/
I've had that board and it was a nightware to deal with if you have Samsung hyk0 chips, similar to the Mpower by Msi.
Not a bad board at all, very nice onboard sound and headphone amp included, debug led, power, reset, and clear cmos buttons on the board, voltage read points for extreme oc or debugging.
He probably doesn't know 'who' FtW is or dies, or what his level of experience in the field is...but well, no need to fight over trivial things like that. tongue.gif

Yea I hear ya man that's why I said I'm not going to get into this. It can be a bit aggravating, but I refuse to fight with anyone on here. In the end it is just a computer we are talking about.
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Originally Posted by chronicfx View Post

I am the worst wire offender ever when it comes to wire management. But I promise that if my wife will give me a good chunk of time next weekend to install and leak test the rasa kit with the new motherboard installed.. I will use zip ties instead of just tucking stuff wherever I can. I will even take my electric duster home from work and clean all my fans smile.gif

I use my huge compressor to blow the dust off all my components. The thing will blow off your skin! I love it!!!
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Yea I hear ya man that's why I said I'm not going to get into this. It can be a bit aggravating, but I refuse to fight with anyone on here. In the end it is just a computer we are talking about.

Alright so what all are we trying to fit into a Phantom 820? I think you should just do the one case man. Maybe just do 2 rads instead of 3 if space is an issue. I think the two case setup is gonna be weird.
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