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Poll Results: Which Case Provides Better Options For Watercooling

 
  • 50% (5)
    Caselabs M8
  • 20% (2)
    XSPC H1
  • 30% (3)
    Corsair 900D
10 Total Votes  
post #11 of 12
No mine is the New Zealand 7990. Yes it was from Club3d. Got from playtech for $1000 a few months back. It was too good a deal to pass up. I know they arent quite as good as the Malta based cards but with water cooling, a small overclock I will be happy.

yes my pump the the stock one that came with the RS360 kit. Its ok, but its louder than a D5 and not as strong. Ive been in too minds about haswell but Im enthusiastic about Asus 4 way optimisation. Lets you get overclocks and keep power savings technologies running. Check this out. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BoaAT5TkXc4

I've become fairly cynical about tech these days but this is actually really bloody good. With power prices I no longer leave my PC running 24x7 and overclocked to 4.2GHz. Now I run it overclocked at 3.7GHz with all of the power save features on so it clocks down to 900MHz and drops the volts and have it shut down when not in actual use. That was the best I could get stable with all of those features turned on.

Definitely a drop in the Power prices.

Im ok with the 900d being late to NZ because the earlier production runs have had a couple issues with window cracking and ill fitting doors so better those issues all get sorted out before we take the plunge.
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I'm hoping that it was just some issues with early prod. I also power down when I'm done. Power is getting out of hand. Actually contemplating shutting down the central a/c this summer and using a window unit in the bedroom when needed. Water bill is getting out of hand as well. $70 a month. Seems like only 5 yrs ago it was $35 tops. Can't imagine what it will cost to live in 10 years!
    
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