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I agree, when you have to start working your butt off for all of these toys it is more appreciated and rewarding. Still a nice box however.

My $$ for my box came from my disability check... hehe plus the rest from my on the side gig, doing Video Tutorials
http://stupidlysimpletutorials.net

Yeah last year I started disability and they like give you mega back pay the first year and that is how I was able to afford my
X79 Deluxe
3930k
64 Gb 1600 memory
LSI SAS 4 Channel System drive controller
300 Gb 15,000 Rpm System drive
2 x 4 TB Seagate 6 Gbps Drives running on the Marvell Raid
1 x 3 TB Main Storage Data Drive (Non Raid)
Hosting a Qnap 659 TS Network Attached Storage unit 6 x 4 TB Hitachi Drives
(Running a Download service and Website, Website is in the process of being rebuilt and finished
Complete custom liquid cooling, w/ Water Block , Res, over sized Rad & Tubing
System will run at a cool 70 Degrees FFFFFFF yes I said F at 5.2 Ghz OC'd
Lian Li 383 Cube Case
nVidia Fermi GTX 680 Graphics card
USB 3.0 mega ports
Dual BDRE Writers
8 Fans

Now a question for one or more of you guys
need to know how or what I can use to keep track of my Dynamic IP address so when it does change it will automatically change in my Domain forwarding.

ie: right now stupidlysimpletutorials.net is pointed to my current dynamic IP I have heard that there is an app or service out there that will do this, right now I am forwarding with Network Solutions, however they do not have IP tracking and changing. Does this mean I am going to have to find a Hosting service that will forward my domain and monitor the ip and change it when my ISP decides to change it? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Sincerely
Dev
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Friendly tip: Swap out those BitFenix fans on the H100 for some Yate Loons (£5 each) or some XSPC Xinruilians (£3-£5 each). The spectres aren't really up to much in terms of static pressure, which is important on radiators.
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you have clearly never been on linustechtips forums then...

Friendly tip 2: Don't get instantly angry. He was just saying that the build is not impressive because you are young, it is impressive full stop. I.e. if we were on Facebook, he's telling you to stop fishing for nice comments.
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Very Nice Build Young Man. I am proud of you getting started at such a young age Good Job!
   
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plan on getting them corsair red led fans when i get some cash smile.gif

They do look nice, but don't put them on your radiator. For watercooling, you need fans with high static pressure, and the Corsair LED series are based on Corsair's AF series - AF standing for airflow. The H100 won't be the most dense radiator you'll find, especially once you get into proper watercooling, but you still need static pressure. The choices are simple:
1. Purchase a £4 LED strip of eBay (the one illuminating my case in my picture) and a couple of non-LED watercooling fans (Again, Yate Loon D12's or XSPC Xinruilian 120s) for a total of about £15
2. Get the Yate Loon LED fans (blue or red) for £5 each
3. Get some Gentle Typhoons (may be overkill on a H100, but these are very good fans.

I'm running a pair of 1350rpm Yate Loon D12SLs above my H100, and XSPC Xinruilians everywhere else. It cost me £30 for all those fans and LEDs, and I get brilliant temps.

So, £16 for a pair of Corsair fans that won't suit a rad, or £10 for two brilliant red LED watercooling fans.

Yate Loon D12SL (Black): http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/Yate-Loon-120mm-D12SL-12-1350-RPM_239.html
Yate Loon D12SL (Red LED): http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/Yate-Loon-120mm-D12SL-12-LED-Red-1350-RPM_240.html
XSPC Xinruilian 1200rpm: http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/XSPC-120mm-1200RPM-Fan--120x120x25mm-_24808.html

Any of those will suit you fine.
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