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i dont think you could get 400htt out of any bio-winning board

tweezers, didn't think of that. Do they have to be pink though?
Lies. I run my 785g board at 400 in my media center And I said trying not doing

Yup, definately have to be pink.



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Quick question: this EK waterblocks set for gigabyte, any chance would it fit on a FXE?
It seems so but I can't be sure
http://www.ekwaterblocks.com/shop/bl...-nickel-1.html
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Quick question: this EK waterblocks set for gigabyte, any chance would it fit on a FXE?
It seems so but I can't be sure
http://www.ekwaterblocks.com/shop/bl...-nickel-1.html
Board blocks are not worth it. Zip ties and small fans will be perfect, or a re-seat, if your board is to hot.
    
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Board blocks are not worth it. Zip ties and small fans will be perfect, or a re-seat, if your board is to hot.
Was thinking about buying an FXE again but with all components under water. If you say these WC blocks are crap I might just wait this new build out untill BD is here
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Was thinking about buying an FXE again but with all components under water. If you say these WC blocks are crap I might just wait this new build out untill BD is here
CPU/GPU blocks are worth it, just not board blocks.
    
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CPU/GPU blocks are worth it, just not board blocks.
I'll just go with a regular FXE or wait for BD then. Thanks for saving me money
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Lies. I run my 785g board at 400 in my media center And I said trying not doing

Yup, definately have to be pink.

[IMGg]http://img825.imageshack.us/img825/8878/dscf0061wz.jpg[/IMG]

There's mine

[IMGg]http://img.alibaba.com/photo/11939042/Tweezlight_In_Pink_Tweezer.jpg[/IMG]
you really run your HTPC that high? what is your multi? like 5?

So why do you have a Sandy-ihackeverybenchmarkandmakeittooeasy setup anyways? Not more AMD (<--that's a smiley you don't see often)

Damn, i don't think they sell tweezers like that in US, must be a UK thing.
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Yup, 5x LOL, just for the lulz.

Just got bored of waiting for bulldozer and fancied a change Done the review, bored already.

Got a 1100t and a few other goodies on the way
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SB is soooo boring i know right??!!!!


I literally had my setup for like a month before it got way too easy/boring/whatever

everything just works.....it is like the Mac of computer platforms.


How did it do under phase? Any improvement over air? or are these chips still scaling backwards?

(in soviet russia, chip overclock you!)

btw, thanks for adding my reivew <3 (the capital R makes my name look strange though o_O)
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2 chips, both 5.1 on stock cooler, 5.1 phase cooling, 5.1 no cooler. They just don't give a damn.
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