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post #35731 of 106060
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This reminds me a lot of my boyfriend. Whilst I can tell that it secretly kills him that I have a better pc than he does, he won't have any of my advice on taking the plunge because it bruises his masculinity.

Well even though i have the lesser mobo of the two, my rig still blows hers out of the water, and im also the tech savy one.

wanna know what she said when we were out shopping for her mobo?

shop guy: What can i help you with
girlfriend: I want a motherboard
shop guy: Alright, which one would you like to look at?
girlfriend: THE ONE IN THE BIG SHINEY RED BOX~!
shop guy: *looks at me* wth.gif
me: doh.gif the asus crosshair IV please, dont worry, im the one putting it together.
post #35732 of 106060
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Originally Posted by DatNetherbane View Post

This made me laugh a lot because its incredibly true. I got myself a 1971 Lotus Europa as a first car (its purple under the black flaky paint biggrin.gif ) and it still *really* needs fixing up, insurance is through the roof but it was a real beauty in it's heyday. Looks like i'm gonna be the one fixing it as well...

I don't know what your talking about, a Lotus Europa is a *****en car. The insurance premium is well worth it... least in my opinion. Rock on!

EDIT: OCN's editing ruined the meaning of my comment: Car is very very nice!
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post #35733 of 106060
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Well even though i have the lesser mobo of the two, my rig still blows hers out of the water, and im also the tech savy one.

wanna know what she said when we were out shopping for her mobo?

shop guy: What can i help you with
girlfriend: I want a motherboard
shop guy: Alright, which one would you like to look at?
girlfriend: THE ONE IN THE BIG SHINEY RED BOX~!
shop guy: *looks at me* wth.gif
me: doh.gif the asus crosshair IV please, dont worry, im the one putting it together.
LOL
 
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post #35734 of 106060
Im never getting my drawing done thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif What would you guys do?
Two 240's
Two 280's
One 360 and one 120
post #35735 of 106060
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Im never getting my drawing done thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif What would you guys do?
Two 240's
Two 280's
One 360 and one 120
Personally, I would get two 280mm radiators. I like 140mm fans though...
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post #35736 of 106060
any ideas to add a pressure gauge to my loop? I've been asked a bunch of qs on my loop and i would like to starting adding concrete info.


I've seen a bunch of gauges on ebay, just looking for some easy to adapt to g1/4 threads or just barbs
post #35737 of 106060
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Originally Posted by MiiX View Post

Im never getting my drawing done thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif What would you guys do?
Two 240's
Two 280's
One 360 and one 120

The two 280's of course.

The other 2 options are only a 480 equivalent, . . . . Versus a 560, it's a no-brainer, all else being equal.


Darlene
post #35738 of 106060
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

The two 280's of course.

The other 2 options are only a 480 equivalent, . . . . Versus a 560, it's a no-brainer, all else being equal.


Darlene
I also taught so, but I just had to be sure.
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Originally Posted by superericla View Post

Personally, I would get two 280mm radiators. I like 140mm fans though...
I'm liking the 280 rads myself, but I need some fans, but i got _no_ clue what to go for on the 140mm side.
post #35739 of 106060
I vote for the 120 rads. You have a ton of options for 120mm fans.
post #35740 of 106060
Thats kind of why im stuck :\
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