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Paint that box black,,Rustolem has a newer formula that when it is applied dries to a perfect shine,I used it on my snow plow frame and it looked better then the origional finish
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diehrd how did you get your 4400+ to 2.8ghz? What is your MB settings and what vcore? Maby its because you have liquid cooling.....Dang i gotta hry up and order my liquid cooling
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I am 10x280 3/3/3/7 1.62 Vcore ram is at 2.7 and is GSkill 4400le 1 gig..I use the DFI-SLI-DR main board

I can also run at 9x315 for brnch tests
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If I do not sell the setup (currently on the for sale forum), I am going to remove the wood, and remount all the components on a clear arylic frame in the same manner that the wood is on there.
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post #15 of 21
what size of tubing did you use?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by -relk-
what size of tubing did you use?
1/2ID and 3/4 OD

I just reapplied my AS5 because the first one was a little slopping. I did a stress test for 1 hour and my max temps were 34C...
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I love the rubbermaid jar for the coolent nice work.

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post #18 of 21
where do u plug your fans into?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by -relk-
where do u plug your fans into?
I ran a Molex powercable out of the back of the case. The fans are all Molex, and standard 3pin, so it worked out well.
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post #20 of 21
nice- and having the heater core removable comes in handy when you need to clean off all the dust build up on it (youll be amazed at how fast it builds up)
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