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That is a lot of fan noise it would drive me crazy...

It does, you gotta let your ears get used to it in like 10 minutes. I got 7X120mm fans that are over 100CFM in radiators. Sounds like a beehive.
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Sup guys
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i have a 120 Euro for memory so i chose this http://www.corsair.com/en/memory-by-product-family/dominator-platinum-ddr3-memory/dominator-platinum-with-corsair-link-connector-1-65v-8-gb-dual-channel-ddr3-memory-kit-cmd8gx3m2b2133c9.html
i just fear because its a little more money .... and i dunno if my Asus P8Z77 M-PRO gona use all that power what the Dominator platinum have . and what if my MB can use the 1.65V RAMs :/ .
Memory : 4 x DIMM, Max. 32GB, DDR3 2400(O.C.)/2200(O.C.)/2133(O.C.)/2000(O.C.)/1866(O.C.)/1800(O.C.)/1600/1333 MHz Non-ECC, Un-buffered Memory
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* Hyper DIMM support is subject to the physical characteristics of individual CPUs.

Check your main board manual. It should have a list of approved memory venders. Also, go to the ASUS forums and ask them if your motherboard will support that memory. Unless your board is old, it will most likely work fine.
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post #7623 of 18197
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Thank you Jdip,
Yes, it's a 12cm white Alchemy LED strip. These things are really bright! So if you ever consider them and don't want it too bright, go for the 12cm. It's plenty of light, especially combined with the LED fans,
The build looks much better now with a 2nd 7950 in my opinion, I'll be posting a pic as soon as I get home from vacation.

Thanks for the info. I got the 2m NZXT LED cable to try and get an effect that is similar to yours but unfortunately I really don't like the white it gives off (it seems almost yellowish - yuck!), so maybe I'll try the Bitfenix one when I feel like splurging on the case a bit.

Are you running xfire 7950 just for that 24" 1080p monitor listed in your sig? Overkill much? tongue.gif
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post #7624 of 18197
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Thanks for the info. I got the 2m NZXT LED cable to try and get an effect that is similar to yours but unfortunately I really don't like the white it gives off (it seems almost yellowish - yuck!), so maybe I'll try the Bitfenix one when I feel like splurging on the case a bit.
Are you running xfire 7950 just for that 24" 1080p monitor listed in your sig? Overkill much? tongue.gif

Right now I am only using a 1080p indeed. Going for a 1440p or 1080p/120hz within now and a month, so it's just temporary smile.gif (besides there is nothing like overkill on OCN, right? biggrin.gif )

The Alchemy LED strip is real white, nothing yellow. I'd say go for it, you won't be disappointed.
Edited by rck1984 - 10/25/12 at 2:49am
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Right now I am only using a 1080p indeed. Going for a 1440p or 1080p/120hz within now and a month, so it's just temporary smile.gif (besides there is nothing like overkill on OCN, right? biggrin.gif )
The Alchemy LED strip is real white, nothing yellow. I'd say go for it, you won't be disappointed.

Yeah from what I've seen in your pics it looks really nice. You're right about overkill on OCN. Overkill - what's that? biggrin.gif

I have a 1440p monitor and I'm debating on picking up a MSI 7950 TFIII that's on sale for a great price right now. When I got my 27" monitor my 6950 was really punished and I had to turn BF3 down to Medium which I wasn't happy about biggrin.gif But if I want to keep it at 60FPS I think one card wouldn't be enough..
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Yeah from what I've seen in your pics it looks really nice. You're right about overkill on OCN. Overkill - what's that? biggrin.gif
I have a 1440p monitor and I'm debating on picking up a MSI 7950 TFIII that's on sale for a great price right now. When I got my 27" monitor my 6950 was really punished and I had to turn BF3 down to Medium which I wasn't happy about biggrin.gif But if I want to keep it at 60FPS I think one card wouldn't be enough..

Going from a 6950 to a 7950 on 1440p should be a nice upgrade if you manage to get a good deal on the 7950. Though, running everything maxed out including AA on 1440p, on one 7950 isn't going to give you a constant 60+ fps. You should look into crossfire for that I think. With two 7950s you should be able to play on 60 fps all the time.

I have seen your question on another topic about your PSU being sufficient enough for running 7950CFX. You probably can since you have a quality PSU but you would be pushing it, especially when your thinking of overclocking your CPU and/or GPUs. I would go for at least a quality 750w PSU.

Depending on your budget, an option would be to get a single 7950 and run BF3 on high settings (instead of ultra) and turn some the AA and AF lower/off. On 1440p you don't need full AA anyway. If money isn't an issue, then u could go for 7950/7970 crossfire and perhaps a stronger PSU to be safe.

Goodluck! thumb.gif
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Yeah from what I've seen in your pics it looks really nice. You're right about overkill on OCN. Overkill - what's that? biggrin.gif
I have a 1440p monitor and I'm debating on picking up a MSI 7950 TFIII that's on sale for a great price right now. When I got my 27" monitor my 6950 was really punished and I had to turn BF3 down to Medium which I wasn't happy about biggrin.gif But if I want to keep it at 60FPS I think one card wouldn't be enough..

I have two 6970s in my system, and that doesn't keep a constant 60 fps in bf3, or gw2 with all the settings maxed at 1080p.
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I have two 6970s in my system, and that doesn't keep a constant 60 fps in bf3, or gw2 with all the settings maxed at 1080p.

How? i have SLI 465's and the lowest it goes is 55 FPS on ultra settings and 1080p
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Going from a 6950 to a 7950 on 1440p should be a nice upgrade if you manage to get a good deal on the 7950. Though, running everything maxed out including AA on 1440p, on one 7950 isn't going to give you a constant 60+ fps. You should look into crossfire for that I think. With two 7950s you should be able to play on 60 fps all the time.
I have seen your question on another topic about your PSU being sufficient enough for running 7950CFX. You probably can since you have a quality PSU but you would be pushing it, especially when your thinking of overclocking your CPU and/or GPUs. I would go for at least a quality 750w PSU.
Depending on your budget, an option would be to get a single 7950 and run BF3 on high settings (instead of ultra) and turn some the AA and AF lower/off. On 1440p you don't need full AA anyway. If money isn't an issue, then u could go for 7950/7970 crossfire and perhaps a stronger PSU to be safe.
Goodluck! thumb.gif

Unfortunately I took too long to decide on the card and I missed out on the deal. I kind of regret it frown.gif

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I have two 6970s in my system, and that doesn't keep a constant 60 fps in bf3, or gw2 with all the settings maxed at 1080p.

Really? I thought that would have been great to max bf3 for 60+ fps at 1080p.
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I have two 6970s in my system, and that doesn't keep a constant 60 fps in bf3, or gw2 with all the settings maxed at 1080p.

Same here. Just got the 3570K and I can keep constant 60fps in the normal maps but not in Armored Kill for example. Im thinking about selling one of the cards. And later upgrading to better single GPU. Although I still have to try overclocking.
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