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im a 23 year old kid that should get out more lol

whats that about the outside.... graphics is good but gameplay gave me an sexual disease lol
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thanks, took me ages to do sleeving, window etc etc

to do it justice i got to custom loop it really, im just sat on the fence about spending more more money lol


want to add another card and better cooling. more pics in my sig thumb.gif

Very nice, the time and effort you put into it really shows, I thought mine was averagely neat until seeing that tongue.gif

I have 2 dogs and its impossible to keep it dust free

I made a huge mistake with my PSU though, I bought a non-modular PSU, so I have the equivalent of Medusa's head to try and hide behind the board, it took me a week to get the back side on the case

Then a month later, the PSU popped and I had to undo and redo everything again lol, was not a happy chappy

Narrowed it down to a faulty set of cold cathode tubes in the end, I'd noticed them getting dimmer for a couple days, then POP
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I'm also debating if i should get H110 or h220 with my FX ?
I don't want to go full custom loop now.
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I'm also debating if i should get H110 or h220 with my FX ?
I don't want to go full custom loop now.

I was thinking h100i or the Noctua NH. I'm still hesitant on the whole water cooling thing.
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I was thinking h100i or the Noctua NH. I'm still hesitant on the whole water cooling thing.


Well it depends on what overclocks u want.

i have the H100i now for some time and i am little disappointed in it because i had some issues with it like the fans and the pump.

I do not bash on Corsair but it does not perform that much better than high end aircooling i noticed, i had the CM hyper 212EVO and to be honest it performed very good so even an more high end air cooler will perform better.

If you want max overclocks there is no substitute for custom water loop.

Hey also i saw u have 3 200mm megaflows in your system, are you satisfied with the performance u get from them?

I had one in the front of my case but i returned them because they did not perform any better than standard corsair fans witsh were standard mounted in my Obsidian 650D so i got the BitFenix Spectre Pro blue Led, 200mm and it performs way better than the CM fan.
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Very nice, the time and effort you put into it really shows, I thought mine was averagely neat until seeing that tongue.gif

I have 2 dogs and its impossible to keep it dust free

I made a huge mistake with my PSU though, I bought a non-modular PSU, so I have the equivalent of Medusa's head to try and hide behind the board, it took me a week to get the back side on the case

Then a month later, the PSU popped and I had to undo and redo everything again lol, was not a happy chappy

Narrowed it down to a faulty set of cold cathode tubes in the end, I'd noticed them getting dimmer for a couple days, then POP


this is my first ever mod as well biggrin.gif

hmm ill remember that about cold cathodes, ive just put a set in exclamation.gif
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Well it depends on what overclocks u want.

i have the H100i now for some time and i am little disappointed in it because i had some issues with it like the fans and the pump.

I do not bash on Corsair but it does not perform that much better than high end aircooling i noticed, i had the CM hyper 212EVO and to be honest it performed very good so even an more high end air cooler will perform better.

If you want max overclocks there is no substitute for custom water loop.

Hey also i saw u have 3 200mm megaflows in your system, are you satisfied with the performance u get from them?

I had one in the front of my case but i returned them because they did not perform any better than standard corsair fans witsh were standard mounted in my Obsidian 650D so i got the BitFenix Spectre Pro blue Led, 200mm and it performs way better than the CM fan.

The mega flows are alot better than the standard case fans rolleyes.gif

i do agree about the bitfenix spectre fan but ya wrong on the standard case fan
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Well it depends on what overclocks u want.

i have the H100i now for some time and i am little disappointed in it because i had some issues with it like the fans and the pump.

I do not bash on Corsair but it does not perform that much better than high end aircooling i noticed, i had the CM hyper 212EVO and to be honest it performed very good so even an more high end air cooler will perform better.

If you want max overclocks there is no substitute for custom water loop.

Hey also i saw u have 3 200mm megaflows in your system, are you satisfied with the performance u get from them?

I had one in the front of my case but i returned them because they did not perform any better than standard corsair fans witsh were standard mounted in my Obsidian 650D so i got the BitFenix Spectre Pro blue Led, 200mm and it performs way better than the CM fan.

I'm really happy with them. I had to figure out which way intake/exhaust worked better for cooling my system. Front & side intake and top exhaust. My system is really quiet overall, that was the main objective. It only gets loud when the cpu temps rise as that automatically brings the other 3 140mm case fans up in rpms. The 3 200mm are at a fixed 100% and are really quiet.

Heres a pick of the layout and directions:


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hm okay than my fan was broken because it did not perform any better than my standard fan.

I had the Corsair fan and the CM fan next to each other and i could not feel a lot more air from the CM fan compare to the corsair fan, that is different with the bitfenix fan because i could feel that it had much more air flow and static pressure than both fans.

Now my temps dropped a couple of degrees so i am happy with my fan biggrin.gif
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I'm really happy with them. I had to figure out which way intake/exhaust worked better for cooling my system. Front & side intake and top exhaust. My system is really quiet overall, that was the main objective. It only gets loud when the cpu temps rise as that automatically brings the other 3 140mm case fans up in rpms. The 3 200mm are at a fixed 100% and are really quiet.

Heres a pick of the layout and directions:


Great system man, looks good thumb.gif

Yes the CM fan is a little bit more quiet than my bitfenix fan but it performs little less, i own CM Sickleflow fans too and i am very happy with them because they are very quiet and deliver lots of airflow and static pressure so you can mount them on a rad if you like.
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