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lol....what kind of fan do you have on your Dark night?

Isn't the dark night essentially an HDT 1283? as in my sig...

Also i look forward to so some testing on HT speeds there eclipse...try finding out how far its ok to push the HT before we lose performance
IIRC it is. could just be the fan.

as far as HT I need to re look and see what it "controls"
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IIRC it is. could just be the fan.

as far as HT I need to re look and see what it "controls"

Yeah the only difference is his has a gray/black finish...if he is using the stock fan thats probably his problem

As do i...from the benchmarks i have seen i believe it drastically reduces performance past 2200mhz or 2400mhz....if i could only find that OCZ wiki test page...

Eclipse have you tried any apps under windows 7 that helps to regain ram thats "wasted" ?

I am currently using RamRush and its working quite well...after running something like GTA IV it clears a ton of ram up
Edited by Rewindlabs - 11/26/09 at 7:06pm
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Yeah the only difference is his has a gray/black finish...if he is using the stock fan thats probably his problem

As do i...from the benchmarks i have seen i believe it drastically reduces performance past 2200mhz or 2400mhz....if i could only find that OCZ wiki test page...

Eclipse have you tried any apps under windows 7 that helps to regain ram thats "waste" ?

I am currently using RamRush and its working quite well...after running something like GTA IV it clears a ton of ram up
agreed!


had not heard of that.

very interesting I will have to DL that and see how it goes.
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sooo...i ordered a megahalem...i can't handle not getting 4.ghz...
Once you go water, you'll never go back! Think of all the room you will have!

Now that I have finally got my rig under control (I still can't believe it was actually the RAM) I will take some photos for all of you (I'm a pro-sumer photographer - read: I have over $5k in my photog. gear ) to see just what water can do for your 'space in the case'!

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Yeah, I cant decided if I am going to go water or get a new GFX card or both Q1 2010.
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Yeah, I cant decided if I am going to go water or get a new GFX card or both Q1 2010.
yup i did get the am2 bracket

Prolimatech Mega Shadow Heatpipe CPU Cooler for Intel LGA775, LGA1156, LGA1366 $77.99

Prolimatech 120 x 25mm Additional Fan Clips for Megahalems/Mega Shadow $3.99

Prolimatech ARM-01 AM2 Adapter Bracket Mounting Kit for Megahalems/Mega Shadow $9.99

Arctic Cooling MX-3 High Performance Thermal Compound 4g $14.99


Yate Loon 140mm D14SM-12 Medium Speed Fan 62CFM 29dBA x2 $14.99


push pull config...although I will go water cooling in the future, I figured I can save some money here and there until Thuban comes out, ones it does..that's mad water cooling...unless I get another check in and see my finances. In the end 140 dollars - compared to 350 that I was going to spend on the setup I made for WC..I couldn't justify it. And I was only cooling my CPU too now I have some extra to buy a sleeving kit from murdermod lol
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Yeah the only difference is his has a gray/black finish...if he is using the stock fan thats probably his problem

As do i...from the benchmarks i have seen i believe it drastically reduces performance past 2200mhz or 2400mhz....if i could only find that OCZ wiki test page...

Eclipse have you tried any apps under windows 7 that helps to regain ram thats "waste" ?

I am currently using RamRush and its working quite well...after running something like GTA IV it clears a ton of ram up
hmm I didn't think of that...but these yate loons I got should be better than the one I have on the dark knight now right?
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**** i just noticed that 140mm yate loon is what I ordered...is that going to be a problem installing on the megahalem
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62 CFM is not enough
look for 100+

I use these http://www.svc.com/y720dcd-25t1-gp.html

EDIT: and yes that is gonna be a big problem! they wont fit the cooler and they will block the ram.
Edited by eclipseaudio4 - 11/26/09 at 7:05pm
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i wanted something quiet but won't give off performance
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