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$60 at Home Depot for a 2 Gallon pump and tank. So it's not that much but my system and filters are going to run me about $1800, and I need to keep some funds in the bank for bills etc and cost overruns.

I have $2883 after $100 taken out of the $3000(rounded up)
$1800 for the system not inluding DEMCiFlex custom filter kits(x2)
$300 for utillities
$40 for water filter(nasty tap water here)
$150 for Savings.

As you can see there isn't much left over for things like Printer Paper and ink, and any unforseen items that I may need. It has to last me until the 2nd of August at the very least and I've got $100 to pay traffic fines in Oregon. lol

~Ceadder
woh wat system?
system as in computer lol
dam only 300$ for food and stuff
u must eat allot of ramen noodles
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AMD runs cooler than intel's.

And thats a laptop,they run hot regardless of brand,my intel laptop wont go below 47-50C @ idle.
ur intel runs hot

ill still stick with my intel
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Hey guys been out for a bit and did a few upgrades to the case...
First off I swapped my 965 for a 1055T. Then I added another fan for a push/pull on the h50, added one shroud to the intake fan also...Here are some pics and some oc's...Home Depot didn't have the proper screws or anything I could use so I got some 8/32 thread X 2 1/2" ones to suffice...Thanks Snapshot for the prior info...Temps are lovely on this chip. click links for temps. OC results from intel burn test were a little high but didn't crah and 3D Mark 06 didn't break 45c...





Stock clocks on CPU and GTX480
Overclocked CPU, GTX480 stock

IDK whats going on with my GTX480 but in BC2 I am getting solid 80-100 FPS in DX10 with High settings, 4XAA/4XAF HBAO=OFF...But my card is only being used 50-60% which is just like the pics in the stock clock link...I rolled back drivers and am getting better frames but same utilization...so weird
    
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how would you attach the fan if you have a 38mm fan?
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how would you attach the fan if you have a 38mm fan?
same way longer screws
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Ummm you don't?

Wait what? Are you speaking of thickness or overall size?

If you're speaking of a 12cm x 3.8cm fan then you just need longer bolts.

If you're speaking of actual footprint, the only way you attach one of those little buggers is to have a shroud adapter 12cm to 4 cm. If it's the latter what possesses you to skimp on cooling?

Hey ben I have $200 a month that goes for food, so no worries there. I eat good. But I do like noodles.

~Ceadder

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how would you attach the fan if you have a 38mm fan?

Edited by Ceadderman - 5/31/10 at 7:45pm
 
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Ummm you don't?

Wait what? Are you speaking of thickness or overall size?

If you're speaking of a 12cm x 3.8cm fan then you just need longer bolts.

If you're speaking of actual footprint, the only way you attach one of those little buggers is to have a shroud adapter 12cm to 4 cm. If it's the latter what possesses you to skimp on cooling?

Hey ben I have $200 a month that goes for food, so no worries there. I eat good. But I do like noodles.

~Ceadder
i dont think any 1 would actualy try and hook a 38mm fan up to a rad lolz


and iv heard its hard to live off 200-300$ a month for food o.0
ppl that told me that tho might of been 1 of them ppl that think they have to have the best food tho

best as is most expensive
and i like noodles also
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where do i get them? home depot dont got them.

120x120x38mm fans.


oh and cant you just use shorter screws and attach it? the rim is just 5mm thick some1 told me.

also some1 mentioned that i can use zip ties? can some1 explain that to me?
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where do i get them? home depot dont got them.

120x120x38mm fans.
get some 1.75 in bolts
home depot should have em
there 8X32 thread bolts( i think some 1 corect me if im wrong)
other wise
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Added Black Ice 120mm radiator, BitsPower reservoir, two Silverstone 120mm fans in push/pull config. I am using distilled water with ~ 7% of Swiftec Hydrx. Also I removed the cover to the H50, noticed the little heatsink was getting REALLY hot with it on. Didn't measure it, but I couldn't hold my finger on it for more than a second. After I took the cover off, it runs nice and cool now.

I've got an i7 920 overclocked to 4.04 GHz @ 1.32v

Cores idle around 40C - 43C
F@H brings temps up to 42C - 49C
p95 tops the temps out between 52C - 57C after an hour

enjoy!


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