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post #11 of 48
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what color acrylic from DD did you get?
Got the UV blue
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post #12 of 48
Do i count 12 (twelve) Gb of RAM?

or has maths failed me again?
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Do i count 12 (twelve) Gb of RAM?

or has maths failed me again?
your math is correct

2sets (2gb x 3sticks) = 12gb
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post #14 of 48
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Well I got the rest of my parts. My fan controller came yesterday and the side panel for the case came today along with the bitspower power extension and the rest of my fans.

Got another problem with the case though, the mounts for the optical drives are too short.

They will only hold one drive and they only gave me 2...I need 4 since there are 4 optical bays. I guess I'll have to wait until Monday to get a response from Debbi at DangerDen. Still have time to see what water block I'll get for the cpu.


At least the frame is put together
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post #15 of 48
As for the waterblock, go for the GTZ with the LGA1366 mount. It will outperform the TDX by a few C.
post #16 of 48
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As for the waterblock, go for the GTZ with the LGA1366 mount. It will outperform the TDX by a few C.
Really? I looked at the reviews at martinsliquidlab.com and it looked like the dangerden mc-tdx was a little better then apogee gtz, unless I read the graphs and info wrong. Can someone confirm for me? Here are the reviews.
http://www.martinsliquidlab.com/DangerDen-MC-TDX.html
http://www.martinsliquidlab.com/Swif...TZ_Review.html
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post #17 of 48
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Really? I looked at the reviews at martinsliquidlab.com and it looked like the dangerden mc-tdx was a little better then apogee gtz, unless I read the graphs and info wrong. Can someone confirm for me? Here are the reviews.
http://www.martinsliquidlab.com/DangerDen-MC-TDX.html
http://www.martinsliquidlab.com/Swif...TZ_Review.html
GTZ has lower temperatures

MC-TDX has lower restriction
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post #18 of 48
a couple of degrees C is not going to change your overclock though. If you're going to run other items in one loop, you want lower restriction from your CPU block.

Nice looking build you have going here!
post #19 of 48
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a couple of degrees C is not going to change your overclock though. If you're going to run other items in one loop, you want lower restriction from your CPU block.

Nice looking build you have going here!
Right now there will not be anything in the cpu loop. Eventually when the blocks for the north/south bridge and the mosfet come out I will pick up those.
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post #20 of 48
id get the TDX or the Fuzion 2.0
but thats just because i cant bring myself to like the GTZ, so...
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