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Panaflo 38mm or Scythe Sflexs.
I have the Panaflo Meduim speed and even at full its not very loud. If you go with a 38mm you will also need to buy 38mm fan clips with the Mega.
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Panaflo 38mm or Scythe Sflexs.
I have the Panaflo Meduim speed and even at full its not very loud. If you go with a 38mm you will also need to buy 38mm fan clips with the Mega.
Someone recommended a Rexus (Panaflo) Do I need to buy clips for these?

Wonder which of the 3 should I get from the Scythes.. If I decide to go that route. There is a $2 diff between each model (3 of them).
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gaming headphones that you can wear for hours....sennheiser HD 555's

for around $90-100 they are the best bang for the buck period!
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gaming headphones that you can wear for hours....sennheiser HD 555's

for around $90-100 they are the best bang for the buck period!
Most popular brand, and thank you for the model # as welll!
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i knwo the psu is everythign but i not think a 170 buck one is need here
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817341018

save your self 100 there
the haf 932 is cool but the antec 300 is i believe just as big but half the price
    
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i knwo the psu is everythign but i not think a 170 buck one is need here
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817341018

save your self 100 there
the haf 932 is cool but the antec 300 is i believe just as big but half the price
F'real? I thought the antec 300 was smaller than the HAF 932 by a bit.. For $171 (after $80 MIR) I get a 1050w psu.. hmm todays my last day to decide, please help!
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Looks like a fantastic build; you'll thorougly enjoy gaming with it!

Just FYI: To change the thread title, go to Edit > Advanced

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Go the section of the forum it's in and double-click just to the right of the name and change it that way.
BTW, ty for helping me change my title bro
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Which RAM are you talking about not fitting, the Gskill or the OCZ Golds I had up?

If Murdocke sold me his, 2x 150gb 10000RPM Raptors.. How would they be in Raid 0?
Nothing against Murdocke but an SSD is so much ridiculously better than Raptors even Raid 0 Raptors that I'd be personally sad (a little bit) to see buy them. For ~$250 you can get an 80GB X25M G2 that can hold Windows 7 + a bunch of games. If its not enough you can put the games that really need the speed for frequent loading times on the SSD and then the rest on a 7200RPM 1TB or something. For $440 you can get the 160GB version (http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/Produc...odlist=froogle currently OOS but you can find it if you keep checking around).

Raptors are pretty fast too but they are still spindle based drives. So their random reads and writes are sucky, which are the biggest bottlenecks in general computing performance... This is a great anandtech article about SSDs and why they pwn so hard, I highly recommend it: http://www.anandtech.com/storage/showdoc.aspx?i=3531
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Nothing against Murdocke but an SSD is so much ridiculously better than Raptors even Raid 0 Raptors that I'd be personally sad (a little bit) to see buy them. For ~$250 you can get an 80GB X25M G2 that can hold Windows 7 + a bunch of games. If its not enough you can put the games that really need the speed for frequent loading times on the SSD and then the rest on a 7200RPM 1TB or something. For $440 you can get the 160GB version (http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/Produc...odlist=froogle currently OOS but you can find it if you keep checking around).

Raptors are pretty fast too but they are still spindle based drives. So their random reads and writes are sucky, which are the biggest bottlenecks in general computing performance... This is a great anandtech article about SSDs and why they pwn so hard, I highly recommend it: http://www.anandtech.com/storage/showdoc.aspx?i=3531
Good read, and it looks like an SSD drive would be amazing!
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