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Originally Posted by {core2duo}werd View Post
from what i have heard, this is the best in that price range http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835108075
Thats hilarious!

US price $149

UK price $240
http://www.tekheads.co.uk/s/product?product=604217

Another blinding example of how our systems cost twice as much to build here.
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Originally Posted by t4ct1c47 View Post
Due to the sheer height of the Tuniq when it is installed onto the motherboard, you may find that you cannot put the chassis side panel on if there is a large 250mm intake fan installed on it. I can't even fit a small 80mm fan to my side panel with the Tuniq in my system. You should have no probelms installing a Tuniq into an Enermax Chakra, provided its the version that doesn't have the large intake fan on the side panel.
I have the one with the big fan, but how wide is your case? I realy want that cooler, but this puts me in a bad situation
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Anyone know where you can download the raid drivers or a image of the motherboard disc ( i lost it).

I'm re setting up my raid 0 on the raptors and need the disc.
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Originally Posted by cognoscenti View Post
Anyone know where you can download the raid drivers or a image of the motherboard disc ( i lost it).

I'm re setting up my raid 0 on the raptors and need the disc.
I think I've found them on my installation CD. You should just copy them onto a floppy disc I believe.
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Will they work if i plug in a usb floppy drive?
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Will they work if i plug in a usb floppy drive?
I haven't setup Raid in yonks, if the installation procedure is able to recognise USB devices then it should. However, I've got a nasty feeling you're going to have to use a floppy.

PM me if you ever need the Vista Raid drivers.
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t4ct1c47 do you think that the Cooler Master Gemin II can fit in my chakra? (the one with the 250mm fan)
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t4ct1c47 do you think that the Cooler Master Gemin II can fit in my chakra? (the one with the 250mm fan)
The Gemini II dimensions are; 175mm x 124.6mm x 81.5mm, I'll l'll leave it up to you to do the measureing. You might be able to remove the large fan on your side panel anyway.
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The Gemini II dimensions are; 175mm x 124.6mm x 81.5mm, I'll l'll leave it up to you to do the measureing. You might be able to remove the large fan on your side panel anyway.
Yes, but it is not so high, 81,5 mm. Do you recomend a cooler?
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Originally Posted by mhw100 View Post
cogno,
Was ~345Mhz the ceiling for the Quad or have you been able to get it higher than there with a lower multi? If so, I guess that is a little better improvement for this Asus over the QX6700's 333Mhz ceiling.
Cogno ???
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