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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
  • 49% (927)
    Great
  • 30% (573)
    Good
  • 12% (226)
    Meh
  • 1% (27)
    Bad
  • 5% (108)
    SUX
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post #11121 of 28613
so, like this striker?



And also i ordered Feser Tube Active UV Hose 1/2" ID (3/4"OD) Anti-Kink Tubing UV White and was wondering if that is too big of a size? should i have gone with 3/8?
post #11122 of 28613
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so, like this striker?



And also i ordered Feser Tube Active UV Hose 1/2" ID (3/4"OD) Anti-Kink Tubing UV White and was wondering if that is too big of a size? should i have gone with 3/8?
thats it exactly. and 1/2 inch is actually better than 3/8 simply becuase their is better flow. however, that being said more people use 3/8 because its some what easier to work with, and the benefit of 1/2 inch is only slight, and it just looks terrific
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post #11123 of 28613
Great it will be finished in a day or two and i will post some pics
post #11124 of 28613
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Great it will be finished in a day or two and i will post some pics
DUUU EETT!


cant wait to see
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post #11125 of 28613
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Originally Posted by ArmageddonAsh View Post
Okay great, does the fan of the H50 have to be plugged in anywhere?
How does the thing get power? from apic i saw it looked like one of the cables was attached to the CPU fan (obviously) but how does the actual thing get its power?
If you don't have a fan controller and want to reduce the noise level, I'd recommend you plug the pump cable into a CHA_FAN header or another header that operates at 100% that isn't the CPU_FAN. That way, you can plug the fan cable into the CPU_FAN and allow it to slow down whenever it's idling and speed up whenever it needs to.
post #11126 of 28613
Guys, when you press the power button while the computer's on, does it shut it off? I think I might have damaged my button because of some static.

When I press the power button (not hold), it turns off. I was wondering if this was normal.
post #11127 of 28613
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Guys, when you press the power button while the computer's on, does it shut it off? I think I might have damaged my button because of some static.

When I press the power button (not hold), it turns off. I was wondering if this was normal.
Yup its normal and quite handy as well.
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post #11128 of 28613
Hi guys

finally got my cpu oc'ed at 4.0 Ghz
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post #11129 of 28613
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Those are all good coolers. You just need faster fans if your temps are high after install.. Make sure it is seated properly and also make sure that you coat the cpu with the Thermal paste in a thin even coat.
The R4 could easily fit the task well dont u think?
Which 1 looks cooler 4 u?
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post #11130 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Duduris View Post
Hello guys, what do you think is the best cpu air cooler that will fit the scout without removing the top side panel fan?
You know.. this is like a guy says who's the prettiest Girl in the world and you get Hally Berry from one guy and the you get a blond from another guy and then a Red head from another.. But my Favorite cooler for the Scout is the H-50.. But that is a self contained all in one water system. So.. Lets see..

Also It depends on AMD or INtel. Intel you can turn the cooler in 90 degree intervals and the AMD you are locked into a side to side mode.. But I will try to answer your Question the best I know how. Steal the Info from someone else's Trial and Error..

So here we are......and Welcome to the Feud...

The top three best answers for not pulling the top would have to be....


Number 3.

The New Cooler Master V6



Number 2.

Xigmatek Thor's Hammer S126384 27.6°C over ambient



Number 1.

Prolimatech Megahalems CPU Cooler


Edited by Enigma8750 - 7/14/10 at 6:13pm
    
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