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Originally Posted by kevingreenbmx View Post
haha, if I went with every idea people suggested for this build It would not be mine anymore. :-P

(and I would also have a 230mm fan hole in the side of my case that would ruin the look, and i would have odd plastic things keeping my single-sleeved cables from crossing anywhere for some reason)
indeed, do what you like to do, that will make it look like you want it

but that idea... maybe im gonna do something with an old card, maybe....xD

[edit] i see what you did there....
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[edit] i see what you did there....


I like your idea, it just does not fit with what i really want for this build. ;-)
post #353 of 1629
EK blocks look the best IMO, with the metal nickel plated.
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EK blocks look the best IMO, with the metal nickel plated.
I am rather partial to this one: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=24500

although, I am not sure if i am going to get new GPUs before I watercool them, so anything could happen.
post #355 of 1629
If the whole point of this build is to stay classy (which I completely approve of) then full cover blocks are a must.


Keep up the great work though, and I for one cannot wait to see how this turns out.
    
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If the whole point of this build is to stay classy (which I completely approve of) then full cover blocks are a must.


Keep up the great work though, and I for one cannot wait to see how this turns out.
Thanks!

Yea, I am 99% sure i will get full cover blocks, but we will see when I get to that point. (read: when i have the money)
post #357 of 1629
There won't be much money difference tbh after you have bought the core blocks and the mem sinks etc.
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There won't be much money difference tbh after you have bought the core blocks and the mem sinks etc.
yea, I know. the main thing is i still have to decide if i want different graphics cards.
post #359 of 1629
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I like your idea, it just does not fit with what i really want for this build. ;-)

ye, a nice fullcover block will look better than a self made cover, and it'll cool way better
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so, i have been going through and trying to optimize my OC a bit (I hate my chip, needs 1.4v for 4.0ghz) and I finally got around to trying to push this new ram a bit.

I have it at 1528mhz (191x8) 6-6-6-20-1T right now and it is taking it like a champ. this ram is awesome.

i am still pushing it farther, we will see how far i can take it.
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