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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
  • 49% (926)
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post #13231 of 28613
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Originally Posted by mongoloid View Post
when the hdd spins up, do you hear a ticking like a clock?

also: how to use chkdsk in Windows 7
Not that I noticed, but yeah I really just want to transfer it all to the new SSD and be done with this POS.
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damn... things have moved pretty quickly the last couple days.... i have like 15 pages to read XD
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post #13233 of 28613
I never, EVER would recommend a transfer under any circumstance.

A clean Windows install and a reinstall of all of your programs will save you loads of headaches in the future. Best bet is to back up all picture/video/music files you have onto a thumb drive and start from scratch.

Trust me...I know...try having to reinstall 200gb of programs after a switchover like me.
post #13234 of 28613
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Hi guys,

question, why doesnt mine like glow? ive got UV tubes in there and the tubing are red UV and its got feser red UV coolant in it
maybe it needs additional feser uv additive...how old is the fluid? was it stored in anything other than an opaque plastic bottle over the last few months? I assume it's brand new...maybe just a bad batch...if that's possible....
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maybe it needs additional feser uv additive...how old is the fluid? was it stored in anything other than an opaque plastic bottle over the last few months? I assume it's brand new...maybe just a bad batch...if that's possible....
its brand new mate, done it all yesterday and only the fluid a few days, cud it posibly be the uv tubes not good enough? they were only cheap?
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Well mate, it's odd that your uv ccfl would not promote a glow from the fluid in your reservoir...unless it's made from material that blocks uv lightwaves...and that would be a bloody painful kick in the bollacks.
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Not that I noticed, but yeah I really just want to transfer it all to the new SSD and be done with this POS.
Get yourself Acronis True Home Image and Clone your HDD to your SSD. Run CHKDSK, viral and spyral scans, and do a defrag; then clone your drive over.
    
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Defrag the HDD not the SSD! Never the SSD!
post #13239 of 28613
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Defrag the HDD not the SSD! Never the SSD!
Correct! When you have the SSD installed turn off any auto defrag you have and let the disc wear level itself
    
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Well mate, it's odd that your uv ccfl would not promote a glow from the fluid in your reservoir...unless it's made from material that blocks uv lightwaves...and that would be a bloody painful kick in the bollacks.
ive seen loads of people with the swiftech res v2 and theres r all fine especially the acid green
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