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My room is 72.7F (22.7C) atm. And it's 11pm at night, lol.
I think there is something majorly wrong with this picture, as it has been hotter in the North than the South and that is so backwards! Then to top it off every day the weather man reports the high being lower than the temp outside at the moment!!!!! That has been that way every day for a week and a half. I don't like seeing my inside temps above 72 but as everyone knows you can only cool off 20 deg on avg so do the math wow I have been hot
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Then to top it off every day the weather man reports the high being lower than the temp outside at the moment!!!!! That has been that way every day for a week and a half.
haha there is something wrong there. We had our summer in spring and now it's almost summer and we're getting spring weather :S
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ok back on topic sorry for the rant but I am friggin hot!!! I just got the new 990FX SaberTooth AMD board which I posted pics of earlier, and I was thinking of water cooling the chip set but as it is a new board my question is how long is it before they start making revisions of the new chip sets?
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I tried but the backplate was in the way The only problem was that it took 10 minutes to bleed, because air gathered at the very bottom of the tubing loop.



Excuse the quality, it is a single frame from a video.
you just need two of these:



http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...l=g30c101s1354

or these:



http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13...l=g30c101s1354


it would be well worth it to get rid of all that extra tubing...
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I'll look into it. Thanks.
post #11446 of 106449
well maybe this one will be answered lol I bought the BI extreme 2 rad is that going to work well with 130cfm fans? it is not the GTX or SR1 as I just did not have the money for ether one today and also room was a factor I kinda wanted a thinner rad so are my fans going to work well with it?

And if anyone feels like looking at my last question and answering it would be very nice thank you, or if no one knows then I understand the lack of response
post #11447 of 106449
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wow now that is determination! I hope the dirt bike was broken!


I also would like to point out the weather man latest report the current temp, is 96 deg F with today's high of 89 deg f and the low of 78 deg f and that as not a typo it was live and written under in scroll bar!!!!! Also I have my own temp gauges inside and out shade and sun light and it was 103 degs f high in the shade forget the sun light as it was blistering, I think the thermometer quit lol or went on strike lol no it was 112 degs f in the sun
I miss summer
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My Watercooler


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Nice setup... window stick is gross though
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sweet setup, but stickers killing it
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