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post #31 of 34
meh. cases love it. they're quite masochistic.
post #32 of 34
How does that D tek compare to a Stinger V8?
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post #33 of 34
Quote:
Originally Posted by Villainstone View Post
How does that D tek compare to a Stinger V8?
My V8 kicks Fuzion butt with chilled water @ 2-3ºC Idle/15-22ºC Full Load. With ambient room temp of 23-24ºC
and no A/C the V8 has a 1-2ºC Idle/10-16ºC Load edge over the D-Tek. These results are with my sigs C2D Test Rig.

It's a horse of a different colour with my 165 Opty(Optimus Prime) Rig! AMD dual core runs the two blocks nearly
neck and neck with the V8 by a nose, both chillled and ambient.
  
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post #34 of 34
Hey, Monaghan, I prefer your 120.2 dual on the bottom case scenario.
That method works great with longer legs on the box.
  
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