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The Maximus VI Formula is a really nice looking board. From looking at your Demon's Heat build in you sig I hope you plan on using more than a 240 slim rad if you plan on cooling the board and your CPU unless you don't mind loud fans. I take it you're just going to air cool those 780's?

Yeah the 780s will use their own coolers and so far from what I have been led to believe the 240 should be more than enough for both the CPU and the board, though I could always adjust the build to include one of those Phobya Xtreme 200mm Radiators up front with a pair of Spectre Pros on push/pull mounted to it.
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Damm.. you say Steam Summer Sale.. I had better put my PC back together. biggrin.gif
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Well crikey mate, that is some serious watercooling you got yourself there, is it really possible to fit two 400mm rads in that, doesn't they scrape against each other? Anyways very awesome, how much did you have to put down for that? Reckon a lot especially in Australia well at least i would presume since everything is just so darn expensive over there it's sad really, at least when it comes to games.

1€ ≠ 1$ i don't get why UK gets it at the same balance as the US they don't have any price gouging yet EU and AU gets ripped off on Steam, so sad they don't keep their old scheme with dollars as currency in every country, especially since it's digital content shouldn't be more expensive in other countries.

But yeah anyways really great deals nontheless, watch The Salebox by TotalBiscuit on YouTube if you wanna know some more about the games and some good advice on what to get. thumb.gif

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Quick! biggrin.gif

Steal someone else's computer and get buying! ph34r-smiley.gif If you haven't checked it out yet, there are some seriously good deals.
The 600T can be a pain to get a rad on the top, specially if you do Push/Pull... I had to offset my rad/push fans about an inch towards the side panel, or the NB cooler barbs and EPS12V would prevent me from mounting the fans.
Really good deals yes if it actually works, have tried bying games the past day with no luck at all get that same pesky error "There seems to have been an error initializing or updating your transaction. Please wait a minute and try again or contact support for assistance." Why wont you take my money sozo.gif they really need to fix how they do things happens every year, oh well i'll play the waiting game.
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Well crikey mate, that is some serious watercooling you got yourself there, is it really possible to fit two 400mm rads in that, doesn't they scrape against each other? Anyways very awesome, how much did you have to put down for that? Reckon a lot especially in Australia well at least i would presume since everything is just so darn expensive over there it's sad really, at least when it comes to games.

1€ ≠ 1$ i don't get why UK gets it at the same balance as the US they don't have any price gouging yet EU and AU gets ripped off on Steam, so sad they don't keep their old scheme with dollars as currency in every country, especially since it's digital content shouldn't be more expensive in other countries.

But yeah anyways really great deals nontheless, watch The Salebox by TotalBiscuit on YouTube if you wanna know some more about the games and some good advice on what to get. thumb.gif
Really good deals yes if it actually works, have tried bying games the past day with no luck at all get that same pesky error "There seems to have been an error initializing or updating your transaction. Please wait a minute and try again or contact support for assistance." Why wont you take my money sozo.gif they really need to fix how they do things happens every year, oh well i'll play the waiting game.

Yeah, I really hate the 1€=1$ system. Made games alot more expensive... Regarding steam, best time to grab some deals is early in the morning. I managed to access steam normally without any problems today morning, while still most of the US is still asleep biggrin.gif

Though, steam should be prepared for this lol
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Hey guys, my dad has been working in the house lately and it seems my case packed a serious amount of dust. Do I'm planning on removing everything and giving it a good clean.
Now I have a questin about the thermal paste for the h100i.

This would be the first time that I would need to apply the paste myself. What is the best one and how much do I put on it?

Most of the thermal pastes out there are fine. However, I would recommend Shin Etsu, AS5 (requires a few days before you get the best temps),or MX4.

Here's a great article that includes the best ways to apply:

http://archive.benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=150&Itemid=62
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Yeah the 780s will use their own coolers and so far from what I have been led to believe the 240 should be more than enough for both the CPU and the board, though I could always adjust the build to include one of those Phobya Xtreme 200mm Radiators up front with a pair of Spectre Pros on push/pull mounted to it.

It should do okay but you'll probably have to run performance fans or something if you intend to go for crazy overclocks.
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Well crikey mate, that is some serious watercooling you got yourself there, is it really possible to fit two 400mm rads in that, doesn't they scrape against each other? Anyways very awesome, how much did you have to put down for that? Reckon a lot especially in Australia well at least i would presume since everything is just so darn expensive over there it's sad really, at least when it comes to games.

Yeah, it cost a bit.. but something had to be done as during summer I could not use my system due to overheating.. especially from the GPU which was constantly running at 89'C. Now the system only hits 43'C-46'C when bench marking.

This is not a current picture, but as you can see there is enough room for two 400 radiators but the top one will require MAJOR modding of the case and there is plenty of room between the watercooling so they cant rub. As you can see.



Currently waiting for my last tray to dry so I can put the final top cover back on my computer and then bend a front grill. But as you can see it all goes back together with careful planing.

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It should do okay but you'll probably have to run performance fans or something if you intend to go for crazy overclocks.

I only play to clock to at max 4.5 GhZ on the core. Right now I am using a 3570K and I've only pushed that to 4.3GhZ. I am looking to mainly build a quiet system with good performance that happens to look sick 8-). The fans that will be attached to the 240mm rad are the two NF-F12s, from what I have been led to believe they are among the best on the market for that purpose.
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My 600t arrived yesterday! This case is bigger than I was expecting which is exciting. So far I am really impressed with the setup and quality as I have just installed my Z77 OC Formula mother board. thumb.gif




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Logitech Wireless Antec 650w Silverstone Lascala 
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Originally Posted by Shadowline2553 View Post

I only play to clock to at max 4.5 GhZ on the core. Right now I am using a 3570K and I've only pushed that to 4.3GhZ. I am looking to mainly build a quiet system with good performance that happens to look sick 8-). The fans that will be attached to the 240mm rad are the two NF-F12s, from what I have been led to believe they are among the best on the market for that purpose.

The NF-F12's are very nice fans. Despite people hating the look I actually really like the look of Noctua fans and they're really quiet. I went with Noiseblockers just because their aesthetics fit my build theme and they are quiet even at 12 volts. Asus always seems to hold back the Formula. My Maximus V Formula took forever to be released. Let's hope it doesn't have the bios problems the Extreme seems to have according to TTL. I look forward to seeing your build once you get all your parts together.
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Sigh, I decided to spend a little money on my car instead of my computer. I ordered a refurbished Pyle touchscreen double din DVD player/GPS/Stereo. It arrived yesterday and the eject function doesn't work properly. I guess whoever refurbished it sucked. They even sucked at taking the screws out as they all have ware marks from using the wrong size screwdriver. I'm pretty disappointed. Lucky I bought it from Amazon, so right now I'm asking them to take it back and I'll put the price toward a new unit instead of a refurb.

I guess I gave them too much credit. I refurb printers (expensive ones), TVs and monitors at work (not to mention computers) and I always do them so that, if I bought one I would be happy with it. I just expected this company to do as good a job as we do.
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