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Yeah my GTX 760 Has bad coil whine at the intro to games like BF4, Arma 3 ect. reallly annoying so I guess Ill upgrade to the STRIX 980 for christmas.

Just Looked at the Glacer 240L and the ratings look like crap, any other recommendations?

I also already mentioned I have the Asus 24' 144Hertz 1Ms monitor.

I Guess ill just upgrade , GPU, Case, PSU, CPU cooler, Possibly New CPU and SSD's.

what would you say my current system is worth without monitor ?

around $1100-1200?

Thanks.

Checkout the Swiftech H220x if you want an AIO liquid cooler. I thought you said you got the r4 a few weeks ago?
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Western Digital Caviar Black Crucial M500 SSD  LG Blu-ray Combo Drive Asetek 550LC 
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post #22 of 27
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Checkout the Swiftech H220x if you want an AIO liquid cooler. I thought you said you got the r4 a few weeks ago?

I also recommend the Swiftech 220X or 240X. Its not a typical AIO. It comes with regular G1/4 fittings so it can be easily expanded and the pump can handle multiple rads and blocks. It is far quieter than other AIO's.
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Yeah ima go with that swift tech cooler, Yeah i got this r4 case like month ago or so. I might just wait till christmas and see if the 760t price drops since its $180-190 and I cant justify spending that much on a case, I hope price goes down $50 or so.
post #24 of 27
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Yeah ima go with that swift tech cooler, Yeah i got this r4 case like month ago or so. I might just wait till christmas and see if the 760t price drops since its $180-190 and I cant justify spending that much on a case, I hope price goes down $50 or so.
the CM 240 L was the H220 non x rolleyes.gif
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the CM 240 L was the H220 non x rolleyes.gif
Asetek went patent trolling so Swiftech cut a deal with Cooler Master. The problem with the pump on the Glacer was made worse when CM upped the RPM by 500. The new Swiftech pump on the 220x is completely different. It's quiet, PWM and has great head presure. At full load I only need to run it at 2400 rpm and that is with a additional EX240 rad.
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Asetek went patent trolling so Swiftech cut a deal with Cooler Master. The problem with the pump on the Glacer was made worse when CM upped the RPM by 500. The new Swiftech pump on the 220x is completely different. It's quiet, PWM and has great head presure. At full load I only need to run it at 2400 rpm and that is with a additional EX240 rad.
the pump problem was fixed after a time.

http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/best-liquid-cpu-cooler-under-200-dollars.201803/#post-3120055
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They do have a revised impeller but many stores like BH photo and the Microcenter near me are still selling the old design and Cooler Master is replacing them if it fails instead of recalling the product and fixing the pump,
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