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post #11411 of 28613
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rockr69 View Post
Simple dude. Substitute fan (s) of your choice. The radiator is drilled and tapped on both sides for fan mounting. Take one of the radiator mounting screws to your favorite hardware dealer and buy 4 more just like it. Now you can do push/pull if you like, though I'm using the stock Corsair fan pushing exhaust through the radiator out the back on 3.8ghz OC and idle @28c, load @33-36c. So it all comes down to what you prefer and how much work you want to do.
sorry i dont quite understand that, so i connect the fans that i want to use to the radiator - i wonder if that would fit in the back section of the Scout (near the top) as there is 1 fan section there so 2 fans wouldnt work in that instance - correct? though i might just get an extra Sharkoon fan to replace the one that comes with the h50
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post #11412 of 28613
Right heres a full list of updates :

120mm Fan x 3 : http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/p...951006045.html
These will be for the 2 side fans and for the h50

140mm Fan x 2 : http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/p...951005918.html
These for the top and front 140mm fans

H50 x 1 : http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/p...-CWCH50-1.html
to cool CPU

Fan controller x 1 : http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/p...LUS-BLACK.html
To control all my fans

Motherboard : http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/p...NF980-G65.html

Now for the fans and the fan controller - will i need to buy converters or anything so that they work? Any other little bits that might help?
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post #11413 of 28613
no adapters required
    
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post #11414 of 28613
sweet thanks
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post #11415 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Rockr69 View Post
Did we ever find out what happened to Rouge or is he still MIA?
Still MIA In Israel. He left the connection open that day and showed him online for about 2 hours after he was supposed to leave for the Wailing wall.. And then Dead Air.
Edited by Enigma8750 - 7/24/10 at 11:29am
    
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post #11416 of 28613
**crossed fingers for Rouge, that all will work out well***

I have never seen anything like this and was wondering if anyone here had any views.
Solid State Hybrid Drives ? -> http://www.landmarkpc.co.za/store/se...ve-p-4831.html
I would teather to guess that it doesn't read/write as fast as a normal SSD, but it has a larger capacity and is far more affordable when you work out GB's/$$$.

EDIT: ooo, and I like the look of these -> http://www.zapsonline.com/41932-deep...idc-uf140.html also the specs don't look half bad(if the noise level is true at full speed)
Edited by DefecTalisman - 7/25/10 at 1:06am
    
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post #11417 of 28613
@DefecTalisman: I've seen a few reviews and they have all been favorable. The drive has logic that will move frequently accessed data such as Windows boot files to the solid state portion of the drive. Less frequently accessed data stays on the traditional disk. All of the reviews that I have read show dramatic differences in opening common programs and booting, much like you'd expect to see from a SSD. This caching happens over time, so the more often you access something, the quicker it will become. If the data isn't cached, reads and writes to the disk itself are basically the same as a normal disk. The main benefit is the increased speed for OS and programs with the extra space for everything else.
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post #11418 of 28613
Quote:
Originally Posted by gwpjr View Post
@DefecTalisman: I've seen a few reviews and they have all been favorable. The drive has logic that will move frequently accessed data such as Windows boot files to the solid state portion of the drive. Less frequently accessed data stays on the traditional disk. All of the reviews that I have read show dramatic differences in opening common programs and booting, much like you'd expect to see from a SSD. This caching happens over time, so the more often you access something, the quicker it will become. If the data isn't cached, reads and writes to the disk itself are basically the same as a normal disk. The main benefit is the increased speed for OS and programs with the extra space for everything else.
I could get it cheaper from another e-tailer, but at the same price I could also get a +-32gb ssd and then just use that for OS and my 320gb as storage. Anyways, not this month My x6 keyboard arrives tomorrow
    
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post #11419 of 28613
Soooo...after coming back from a two-week vacation in the OBX, I had a nice surprise: some "extra" money. My wife's been bugging me to build her a new rig for a while and so I decided to do it today. There are going to be Storm siblings in my house soon. I ordered a CM Storm Sniper AMD Dragon Black Edition for her today. It sure is pretty. Makes me wish that CM did something similar with the Scout. I also decided to go with the MDPC-X sleeving in purple for this build, so we'll see how that works out. Needless to say, I think my Scout may suffer for a bit while I'm working on her build.
Edited by gwpjr - 7/25/10 at 4:22pm
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post #11420 of 28613
Hey guys. im looking at some subs to purchase.
Please PM me. i dont want to go off topic on this thread.

first link
comes with no amp or wiring.
Im concerned the port is too big for the speakers tho.
http://www.nlclassifieds.com/classif...9A0553A7849EFD

Second i am leaning more towards. Bandpass case, looks clean. Comes with same brand amp and wiring.
http://www.nlclassifieds.com/classif...9A0553A7849EFD

PM me please. dont want to go offtopic. thanks!
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