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post #11 of 177
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I should mention that I didn't build this pc by myself I bought it prebuilt. I've no idea which case this is tbh. I already searched for it for a long time and I haven't found it.

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41t24sSLDOL.jpg

This is a picture of it, but I've no idea which brand this is etc.
Edited by ImmortalTechniq - 3/24/14 at 5:42am
post #12 of 177
Raidmax?
post #13 of 177
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Damn you're good. Its the Raidmax Quantum without the window and it also only has one fan on the front not two I guess it's an older version that's not being selled anymore.
Edited by ImmortalTechniq - 3/24/14 at 7:31am
post #14 of 177
I would suggest a low profile heatsink or Thermalright Macho 120


excuse me for the late reply
post #15 of 177
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Hey no need to excuse yourself I'm happy that you take your time to help me. Does the Thermalright Macho 120 fit on my motherboard? This is the first time replacing a cpu cooler so sry for my inexperience. Also does this potentially fix my issue?
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Hey no need to excuse yourself I'm happy that you take your time to help me. Does the Thermalright Macho 120 fit on my motherboard? This is the first time replacing a cpu cooler so sry for my inexperience. Also does this potentially fix my issue?

if the performance is weak for high tmerperatures(higher than 62c) then yes, btw can you take a photo of your motherboard?
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if the performance is weak for high tmerperatures(higher than 62c) then yes, btw can you take a photo of your motherboard?
Ähm, well I would've to wait until my brother arrives my camera is broken. However is there something particular you want to check? This is a picture that I found on the internet: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/81/ASUS_M5A87_Rev1.00.jpg
post #18 of 177
I think it fits fine...but that mobo isnt for overclocking
post #19 of 177
Excuse me for jumping in here...

I have heard from a lot of people, mainly around the LoL forums and the reddit, that the AMD CPUs, especially the Bulldozer ones, have a lot of FPS and stability issues in LoL. This has also showed up to some extent on the Piledriver ones.

I haven't read much into it, but it could be a problem with the programming of the game or something along those lines.
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Hard DriveOS
WD Scorpio Black W7x64 
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i7-4790k (4.55GHz@1.22v) Z97I-Plus EVGA GTX 670 FTW G Skill Trident X 2x4GB 2400MHz 
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i7-3630QM MS16-F3 GTX 670m 3GB @795c/1590s/760m WD Black 2x500GB RAID0 
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post #20 of 177
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Hmm...what would be the best actions (future proof) to do right know? I've about 400€ to spend to make this work and also work fundamentally for future upgrades (GPU, PSU)
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