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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

I don't really get it, but well, to each their own. My g620 does great for gaming and costs 35 bucks, pair that with an h61 board, where's the value in AMD gaming rigs then? Unless you go APU on me there's no way it can beat a g620/i3 2100 + dedicated 7850/7770.

I need to find me a 50$ processor for my fiance... I have been waiting on my buddy to upgrade his 2500k but no dice. whered you get one for 35$
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I need to find me a 50$ processor for my fiance... I have been waiting on my buddy to upgrade his 2500k but no dice. whered you get one for 35$

BNIB, a guy bought it for a customer build but never got to use it. biggrin.gif
A g440 would be perfect for your needs, it's a single core but it's the cheapest sandy bridge chip atm. Works perfectly fine for a facebook machine, and you can later upgrade it to an i3 3220 or whatever you want. That's the beauty of it, and it also makes for a great backup chip.
I have a dead 3770k in the shelf, and can still play without bottlenecking my 670 ftw lol
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I actually run the H100 on the lowest settings with the fans on the lowest settings too! I hate the sound. It's unbearably loud but I don't have too much cash to spend on fans. I just realized how expensive fans were. tongue.gif


You don't have to spend a huge amount on fans to get great performance. Check out the Xinrullian fans (labled under XSPC's brand name, but they are made by Xinrullian in the PRC). Huge static pressure for their 2000 rpm 120 mm fans (3.0mm/H2O), and dirt cheap too. Not to mention, very quiet for 2000 rpm fans. Add a fan controller, and you're good to go. biggrin.gif








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That's why I'm using them thumb.gif
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True that...Sidewinder computers sells those for 5 bucks, free shipped lol
They look and perform quite close to a Scythe Gentle Typhoon (rip off?)
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It's huge and wont fit in my case. I'm kind of over broken boards. This ASUS really pissed me off.

It's not that big wish it was a little bigger XD

it bolts up to standard atx screw holes.
    
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I need to find me a 50$ processor for my fiance... I have been waiting on my buddy to upgrade his 2500k but no dice. whered you get one for 35$

youre so cheap sometimes MunneY, buy the girl a diamond biggrin.gif

happy new year all smile.gif

youre right about that oprah, for us overclockers ...LOL
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True that...Sidewinder computers sells those for 5 bucks, free shipped lol
They look and perform quite close to a Scythe Gentle Typhoon (rip off?)


Oh that sucks, I paid $3 more per from Gary...before X-mas though. Nah, they're not a GT rip off, completely different blade design. Really, more akin to a Yate D12-SH-12, but even higher performing. If you wanted to, you could spend a little extra and go direct to Xinrullian, where they have ball bearing versions as well. I may end up doing that for the 140mm that I'm using as a rear intake in the long run. The others are horizontally oriented, so they'll be fine w/ sleeve bearings for a long time.

I have an AP-181 as the front intake, w/ the Xinrullian 120mm 2000 rpm's pulling exhaust through the UT-60. Reasonably quiet even at a full head of steam, but definitely not silent until idle when loop temps reach equilibrium. Love the Aquaero 5! biggrin.gif
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Oh that sucks, I paid $3 more per from Gary...before X-mas though. Nah, they're not a GT rip off, completely different blade design. Really, more akin to a Yate D12-SH-12, but even higher performing. If you wanted to, you could spend a little extra and go direct to Xinrullian, where they have ball bearing versions as well. I may end up doing that for the 140mm that I'm using as a rear intake in the long run. The others are horizontally oriented, so they'll be fine w/ sleeve bearings for a long time.
I have an AP-181 as the front intake, w/ the Xinrullian 120mm 2000 rpm's pulling exhaust through the UT-60. Reasonably quiet even at a full head of steam, but definitely not silent until idle when loop temps reach equilibrium. Love the Aquaero 5! biggrin.gif

Ah, sorry! I confused those with the Swiftech fans then. Those are even (a bit) better lol
They ARE 5 bucks though, but I had the picture of the Swiftech helix in my head lol
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I just realized that I'm not a delidded crewman according to the spreadsheet in the OP mad.gif.
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lol me neither...but mine never worked xD
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