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And we all know Val is not afraid to go to 1.9v+! LOL

Ive seen 7ghz stable at that voltage. Prob can go higher if chip doesnt blow up and bios allows it, ln2 temps arnt going anywhere lol.
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Why get a 7870? A "Good" 7870 is the same as decent 7950 most of the time and you get an extra game in the states? Don't know why you'd limit yourself to a 7870 if you can afford all that extra hardware tongue.gif
I'd suggest a 128GB SSD as 256GB is really not essential if you have mechanical HDD's to put photos/music/videos on and even some bigger things like games. I'm doing fine on my 64GB drive wtith 25.5GB free! smile.gif
I personally don't like CLC's but haven't really heard much of the Thermaltake Water Extreme, I'd personally suggest a nice air cooler such as a NH-D14 or just settle with a custom loop from the money on the SSD saved wink.gif
I'd suggest a 2TB Green drive if you're not using it for programs too, maybe even a 3TB just to save rack space if you need more HDD space.
Ouch, that would suck. I wish I got a 3770k for the price of my 3570k! redface.gif Might have to see if I can arrange dads friend to get one on sale..

i choose the Gb 7870, because its already OCed from factory, 100mhz more then reference,
it runs at 1.1ghz, thats already about 10% more speed(highest 7870 factory oc out there)
so that bump only should get me close to performance with the 7950, which is about 50-60 euro more expensive where i live smile.gif
and i have headroom to oc it more if i want, i like the 3 fan design also..runs cool and quiet
i know the 7950 has 1gb more ram, but im not planning more monitors anywhere soon..for games it doesnt offer alot more performance, 1 gb more ram


i did some research on prefab watercoolers, i like the , no messing around with tubes, liquids etc,
and if i build one myself, its way more expensive too..at least 100 euro more..
the thermaltake water extreme 2.0 isnt well known yet, but it outperforms the H100, or the D-14
check some reviews/benchmarks, and youll see smile.gif

i like the way it looks smile.gif

i wont but, if i had to choose another aircooler, i deffo go for the new Phantek,
especially with higher oc's and/or heat/watts, it performs ..very good biggrin.gif

(feels like some salesman now)

128gb ssd should do for now..but djeez, my kid asked me last time, can i install max paine 3?
i said, sure, how big is it?.....eerr well...about 60 GB,( my face eek.gif ) games are getting really big,
thats why i try to buy a 256gb..but for OS and some proggies etc,
128gb is more then enough for me personally, dang kids...lol

yea , i collect movies, series etc, but now moving to full HD movies,
so im going from 7-800mb movies, to 2-3gb per movie..
my secondary hdd, a 1TB is almost full..
i use a 500gb for OS etc..


o wait, i didnt say i can afford it..lol, its my wishlist for next year,
it will take me about a year to save the money to buy it all .. biggrin.gif
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I was looking at that ThermalTake VonDutch when I was scouting round for cooling, thing that put me off it was the crappy plastic backplate/clippings/brackets they use, they may have fixed that by now but it was enough to put me off it and go with the Phanteks. thumb.gif
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That's a pretty good CLC.
Wow 60GB! redface.gif But yeah generally you don't put games on the SSD especially if it's 60GB redface.gif
The 7950 is better out of the box at 800MHz core then a 7870 at 1GHz, overclocking the 7950 to 1.1GHz+ will make it a lot better, that with the wider memory bus + extra 1GB vRAM will come in handy eventually.

I know it's a bit more, but it's worth it I personally think. Especially if you ever do get into multi-monitor setups.
 
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That's a pretty good CLC.
Wow 60GB! redface.gif But yeah generally you don't put games on the SSD especially if it's 60GB redface.gif
The 7950 is better out of the box at 800MHz core then a 7870 at 1GHz, overclocking the 7950 to 1.1GHz+ will make it a lot better, that with the wider memory bus + extra 1GB vRAM will come in handy eventually.
I know it's a bit more, but it's worth it I personally think. Especially if you ever do get into multi-monitor setups.

yea, think it was total space when downloaded, but,
"the minimum system requirements list of Max Payne 3, published by Rockstar Games,
asks for at least 35 GB of free space on the installation drive."

o yea, if i had the money, i would go for a 7970 ..lol 7990! haha.
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Delidded a old P4 last night for practice. Wonder if I should put my 3570k under the knife before doing the 3770k.


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Delidded a old P4 last night for practice. Wonder if I should put my 3570k under the knife before doing the 3770k.
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I'd just do the 3770k and if the 3770k goes bad you've got a 3570k to fall back on till you can fix/replace the 3770k rather then either getting the 3570k then ruining the 3770k.
Just see if you can grab another P4 or Single Core Celeron or even a cheap E21xx etc. E7x00's were pasted too. The P4's that were 2GHz - 3GHz area were pasted (I've done a couple now).
 
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I was looking at that ThermalTake VonDutch when I was scouting round for cooling, thing that put me off it was the crappy plastic backplate/clippings/brackets they use, they may have fixed that by now but it was enough to put me off it and go with the Phanteks. thumb.gif

yea, same here, when the phantek came out, i was yess...that one i want,
better then the D-14? ...wauw, that says it all right..
but i already had my mugen 2 rev b,
my next step should be water, not another aircooler,
and who knows what new watercoolers will enter the market next year,
the extreme rev.1 ? ...lol.. with better backplate ..
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yea, same here, when the phantek came out, i was yess...that one i want,
better then the D-14? ...wauw, that says it all right..
but i already had my mugen 2 rev b,
my next step should be water, not another aircooler,
and who knows what new watercoolers will enter the market next year,
the extreme rev.1 ? ...lol.. with better backplate ..

The H100i if it's decent! It looks it! thumb.gif
 
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The H100i if it's decent! It looks it! thumb.gif

yea, didnt see yet they had a new one, the h100 successors , H100i
thought the i was a typo from you ..lol
have to wait and see if its better, will look out for reviews/benchmarks etc..
magnetic backplate?, thats new..

i quote
"Corsair says these latest models both feature "new, more efficient" copper cold plates and "improved" manifolds. The company claims to have improved the fan design "significantly," as well. The H80i and H100i both ship with 120-mm SP120L fans based on Corsair's retail SP120 offerings. (The SP120L is rated for operation at up to 2700 RPM with up to 77 CFM of airflow and a noise level of 37.68 dBA.) The new coolers also have tubes made of a more flexible composite rubber than their predecessors, and Corsair has included its new magnetic mounting bracket to make the installation process simpler."
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idk, but i think i can find lower rpm fans, with about the same cfm, so lower noise too
wonder what the air pressure is..
the Scythe Slip Stream SY1225SL12LM-P, 120mm i use on my cooler, cfm 74, rpm 1300, noise lvl 26 dba

think i just wait for the new, thermaltake extreme water 2.0 Ti biggrin.gif
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