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post #17241 of 28613
The H-70 will fit with one fan on the back and the radiator against the inside of the case and the pusher fan on top of the Northbridge power capacitors..
    
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Originally Posted by Sandvich;12037713 
Can the scout fit a H70 or only a H50?
It fits, I've had the H-70, the H-50 and the Frio, all 3 within 1 to 3 degrees of each other. The H-70 looks cool in the case but it really is over kill imho.
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Kev-B.. Does the H-70 come with that clear fan to radiator tunnel Bezel.

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no it doesnt.. they are commonly called a "shroud"..

you can pick up nice clear ones like that from most modder sites for a couple bucks, or you can just snip out the links holding a fan in place on a normal fan and use its casing to get the same result.
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Originally Posted by Enigma8750;12037071 
Dremel is a dremel.. The Craftsman and the Black and Decker are almost as good as a Dremel. But to a person like me its like buying a Gibson or the cheaper version guitar. Both look and sometime act alike but the proof is in the craftsmanship and the parts that it is made of..

BUT!!!, if you can't afford a Gibson, then you choose the lesser of the evils and go with the best your money can buy and learn to use it's weaknesses to your advantage.

I've always said as finicky as the Les Pauls are for staying in tune out of the box, if I could afford a lower mid-range one ($800-$1000), I'd buy one and junk all of factory hardware and put super quality gear on it. Well, Epiphone must have been listening, because they built it. The Epiphone Les Paul Traditional Pro. Grover tuners, hot humbuckers with coil taps, yes I said coil taps, for that creamy single coil tone. They've included factory strap locks so it cant fall off and they've slathered it with a gloss wine finish on the top offset by a white pick guard, black and white pups, white binding all around including the neck and a satin wine finish on the back and best of all it's selling at the unbelievable low price of $499.99 (list-$832.99) at Guitar Center!

Feast your eyes on what will be the new edition to my family, the Wine Red Epiphone Les Paul Traditional Pro;
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Close your eyes and listen to the sustain. You can't hear it? Well you would if I'd been playing it. Don't even point at it!

If I hadn't seen this beauty I'd have gone for this;

ART320BB.jpg

So to come back around to my original point, if you can't afford one, a knock off Dremel sure beats not having one at all.
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post #17246 of 28613
Quote:
Originally Posted by JoeYo;12036248 
I can connect it to a 4Pins but he has only 2 empty Pins.
By the way, can someone analyze and validate my connection please ?
PSU and Case connectors :
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Those two Grey Sata plugs are for AHCI and Raid set up. AHCI is great for SSDs And raid is a way of making two drives work together to be one drive. part of the data on one part on the other. They both work together to get the data to the computer fast by dividing the work between them

I do know that AHCI is great for Solid State Drives. You can also raid them but if you are just using one i don't think it will cause you any harm.
    
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Originally Posted by Rockr69;12039011 
BUT!!!, if you can't afford a Gibson, then you choose the lesser of the evils and go with the best your money can buy and learn to use it's weaknesses to your advantage.

I've always said as finicky as the Les Pauls are for staying in tune out of the box, if I could afford a lower mid-range one ($800-$1000), I'd buy one and junk all of factory hardware and put super quality gear on it. Well, Epiphone must have been listening, because they built it. The Epiphone Les Paul Traditional Pro. Grover tuners, hot humbuckers with coil taps, yes I said coil taps, for that creamy single coil tone. They've included factory strap locks so it cant fall off and they've slathered it with a gloss wine finish on the top offset by a white pick guard, black and white pups, white binding all around including the neck and a satin wine finish on the back and best of all it's selling at the unbelievable low price of $499.99 (list-$832.99) at Guitar Center!




So to come back around to my original point, if you can't afford one, a knock off Dremel sure beats not having one .

That's a beautiful gem you got there. Yea.. its a good choice and ulimately you're right.. Having something is better than nothing.
    
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Originally Posted by Rockr69;12023232 
Wow! there's been alot going on in my absence. First off, remember this conversation E. ? ''MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO''

"YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE-HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!''

They'll not listen to us, because they'd have to give us credit. Besides why the hell would they want to listen to the largest case thread on OCN? What the hell could we know anyway?

Second, I've been absent because I've been shopping for new toys, mainly this; Ibanez ART320BLS

This is the one I really want, but I can't get Pro coverage from Guitar Center on it, so I don't know; Ibanez S420BBS

Ibanez-S420-Review.gif

The wife said get 'em both (I know I've got three pictured), but with everything else; amp, case etc... it'll be over $1800:eek: and I've got too many other things to take care of. I'll probably change my mind another 100 times in the next two weeks waiting for the tax return, but my favorite is the S420.

Also I was going to get the Corsair 600t, but I was looking at the Scout and decided it's just to pretty, err..., handsome to be replacing so maybe next year or this year if we get a Storm Ranger. DID YOU HEAR THAT COOLER MASTER????

I am however getting with these for the Scout

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819103727
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231372

and these cuz I'll need to hear my tunes when I'm shredding along with my new axe and amp!

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16836121120

Ok, despite that one being Blue and I really love Blue, I like that Guitar up there, I'm just looking at specs though & I know in the audio world you can't tell squat from these specs. It does look pretty sweet too.

Processor: Vey nice one, make sure you turn on the 64bit, Cbit disable (there's 3 though, I'll get which one soon), and turn on Virtualization, even if you think you never use it, I just did a long study on security and some programs are using Virtualization to secure themselves.

The SSD: Awesome choice! If it comes with that layout on the front, I would put it in the window, some black tape over the while lettering. cool.gif

The Speakers: Isn't that the same set you recommended I get?? Aren't they about $89- less than when I was looking? Dang man, where's my tax refund?? Hey Mindy, the new dishwasher costs $270- plus a $335- installation fee!! biggrin.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by PapaSmurf;12023578 
9's are for babies. Real men use a 45.

My sniper school instructor said "Never trust a .45 as far as you can throw one because that's about how far the effective range is", I've only known one person that could fire one with any accuracy worth a dang!
Quote:
Originally Posted by Telnets;12024184 
Im about to put this in my cart

http://www.koolance.com/water-cooling/product_info.php?product_id=2023

I want to do it!!! but... but.. dog just went to the vet and cost 600 bucks... but I want it!!

Very nice!! Wish I had a setup like that to add on in my system! thumb.gif

Quote:
Originally Posted by Striker36;12025965 
i love coming home to see stuff like this after days like today...


i my self much prefer .357 Magnum.... 9mm is just too small... .45 is slow..

this.....
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is just classy..... cool.gif




i went shooting today.... just finished cleaning this one when i read that XD

She's soooo Purty!! Before I read this, I was going to reply to PapaSmurfs post that a .357 is sooooo much better, you did it for me. What year is it? How's your accuracy??

I took Mindy shooting one time, she has quirky vision, she only sees in 2D because her left eye was formed with a strange condtion, she sees out of it fine, but it doesn't play nice with her right eye. She had only shot a .22 rifle before, this was her second time shooting. On the Glock 9mm, 7 of 10 center mass, S&W .45, 5 of 10 center mass.

Then the .357's. This one:
http://www.darinmurphy.com/images/firearms/rugersp101-357.jpg She got 7 of 10 center mass & tight grouping.

This one: http://www.darinmurphy.com/images/firearms/ruger_gp-100_357.jpg
Can you tell I love Rugers?? She got 9 of 10 center mass & the 10th was on the line, the grouping was 5 in a 3" circle, the others just outside of that. I made sure we sold the guns before we moved! biggrin.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by Enigma8750;12039267 
That's a beautiful gem you got there. Yea.. its a good choice and ulimately you're right.. Having something is better than nothing.

Yeppir!! I'd rather have a netbook than no internet & I'd rather have a landline than no phone. I'd rather be a forrest than a tree. Oh, wait that's not on the same subject! tongue.gif It is a sweet guitar though & I have heard that one played.

Ok, gang. I have to tear apart my Haf & start over. Then it will be Mindy's Scout, after they're done I'll be putting up my own thread on wire management. Stay tuned!!wink.gif
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Originally Posted by kev_b;12037937 
It fits, I've had the H-70, the H-50 and the Frio, all 3 within 1 to 3 degrees of each other. The H-70 looks cool in the case but it really is over kill imho.

H-70 overkill? OVERKILL?! I have my tripple rad for a single gpu and my 940 wheee.gif

Edit: Hi btw :3
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MlbrottarN;12042267 
Quote:
Originally Posted by kev_b;12037937 
It fits, I've had the H-70, the H-50 and the Frio, all 3 within 1 to 3 degrees of each other. The H-70 looks cool in the case but it really is over kill imho.
H-70 overkill? OVERKILL?! I have my tripple rad for a single gpu and my 940 wheee.gif

Edit: Hi btw :3

I would agree with Kev-B.

The H70 really is kinda overkill, for its performance vs price.

Consider that the H70 runs about $99+ and the H50 runs about $60.

You can get the H50, throw on a pair of CM R4's for $8 - $9 a piece; total cost roughly $75 - $80... put the fans in a push/pull and have the same performance that the H70 has out of the box.

I'm running my H50 with a pair of R4's in push/pull with shrouds and my Phenom II 955, idles under 25c and under excessive load (prime95 torture) it hardly ever touches 35c.

Compared to my PII-940 on my other build, which idles at 32c on air... I would say that H50 is pretty remarkable!

You could still be cheaper then the H70 (by a few dollars) if you went with a pair of GT's on the H50, if you can find them under $20 a piece; and still beat the performance of the H70.
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