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haha if you look at his avatar his setup is a little multicoloured so maybe he wanted to tone it down a bit rolleyes.gif
PC in post and pc in avatar are not the same pc....
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I'm just getting this pack. I'm pretty sure the Corsair ones are more expensive, at least in the US.

Man that's a great deal. That's one draw back living in Canada. So much more selection in the U.S and better deals for pretty much everything. I tried ordering the PCI-E cable extensions from Performance PC's but it was $44 shipping so yeah that didn't happen. So I back ordered them at Canada Computers and they managed to get them a few days later. I love Seasonic PSUs but man those cables leave much to be desired in the looks department. On the plus side we do still have Kinder eggs biggrin.gif
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This probably isn't possible but could two 360 rads fit in the 600T? I thought it'd be cool to have an 80mm thick 360 rad in the front and a slim 360 in the roof. That's probably overkill for two graphics cards and the CPU but I think it would look awesome. I'm still debating on whether or not to cool the Maximus V Formula. I just don't really want to use 3/8" tubing and from what I've read you don't really need to cool the board anyway. I've been trying to find out how to go from 3/8" tubing to 1/2" in the same loop but can't really find anything on it. As of right now I'm planning on having an 80mm thick 240 rad in the front and a slim 360 in the roof with a tube reservoir or a 360 in the front and a 240 in the roof. I just don't want to use a slim 240 rad. Either way I'll have to do some cutting so I want to go with whichever solution looks the best, performs well and allows me to use stupidly quiet fans.
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Thanks for your help dude thumb.gif My ambient temp is about 23c but can vary + or -1 Today I must say my idle temp has dropped a bit from yesterday so perhaps the paste needed some time to settle down. As I type my average idle temp is around 34-36 with a low of 31, that's the package temp according to hwmonitor, the actual cores are (lowest) 21, 29, 31, 27c

I would like some advice on oc'ing, atm ive been using the asus suite 2 software for a quick oc to 4.2ghz when needed but have decided to make it more permanent so I have to edit the multiplier and voltage in the bios and it should start with that oc every time? Im really a noob when it comes to oc'ing and don't have a clue as to what voltage I would need for a 4.2 oc. Atm, my stock cpu speed voltage is on 1.115v so would say 1.2v be enough/too much?

About the push/pull setup, I would like a push/pull but don't think its possible with my mobo and layout heres some pics, what do you reckon? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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For 4.2 you will be perfectly fine just setting the multiplier to 42, not really any need for voltage tweaks smile.gif If you want to go higher however there is a lot to say and learn about the art of overclocking biggrin.gif for specific questions I will answer happily, but for starters I would reccomend reading this guide: http://www.overclock.net/t/1198504/complete-overclocking-guide-sandy-bridge-ivy-bridge-asrock-edition
It is exeptionally good written and has a very comprehensible structure, easy to understand and get into the overclocking game!

for my push/pull setup I have mounted the bottom rad with fans in an offset, so it should work with any motherboard Pictures of the Offset Mount (Click to show)

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Man that's a great deal. That's one draw back living in Canada. So much more selection in the U.S and better deals for pretty much everything. I tried ordering the PCI-E cable extensions from Performance PC's but it was $44 shipping so yeah that didn't happen. So I back ordered them at Canada Computers and they managed to get them a few days later. I love Seasonic PSUs but man those cables leave much to be desired in the looks department. On the plus side we do still have Kinder eggs biggrin.gif

I know the pain. I don't actually live in the US but rather in Perú. However, because a series of events I do have the enormous luck to get to visit the US twice a year, and take those opportunities to get my gear tongue.gif Between shipping costs, customs taxes, and availability itself, we non-US folk get screwed really bad. I think when I checked a while ago shipping for that pack to here was like 80 bucks...
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For 4.2 you will be perfectly fine just setting the multiplier to 42, not really any need for voltage tweaks smile.gif If you want to go higher however there is a lot to say and learn about the art of overclocking biggrin.gif for specific questions I will answer happily, but for starters I would reccomend reading this guide: http://www.overclock.net/t/1198504/complete-overclocking-guide-sandy-bridge-ivy-bridge-asrock-edition
It is exeptionally good written and has a very comprehensible structure, easy to understand and get into the overclocking game!

Thank you for that link! Good reference.
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Yep! Though I have achieved a good overclock with my current settings I still have a lot to learn regarding the "new" offset voltage, and even though I do not own a asrock mb the guide has turned out to be of good use to me smile.gif
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Thanks deadlypaperbag, you've been very helpful, someone also sent me to this thread http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards for oc'ing help which seems to be focused on asus mobo's and ivy cpu's which has a lot of good info in.

Thanks for sharing your offset mount aswell, certainly another way of doing it, will have to pull some fans out and have a play I think! smile.gif

Also about the 4.2 oc I did just try changing only the ratio but the auto voltage sent the vcore to 1.256 at one stage which I think is far to high for that clock so will probably learn about offset voltages and try and get it as low as possible.
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Nope, not talking 'bout the H20-320. Don't know all the details yet, but Swiftech is going to be releasing a longer version of the H220. Read about it in the H220 Owner's Club thread. Their production is moving to a new building right now; after they get refired-up they are planning to release a few different models starting with the H320: a 3x120 version of the H220. It should be a thin rad so should go into your premodded case no problem. And - it's expandable biggrin.gif

That sounds awesome. I'm going to keep my eye out for that. I wonder if Corsair George might catch this? I hope Corsair makes a 360 first.
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Hey guys!

I tried spray painting the drive bay plastic things (only tried one) in white, I still have to do another layer though. I'm not sure if I'm going to like the result frown.gif.

Question: I want to place 2 HDD in the drive bay, is there anything you can recommand? Maximum of 2 5.25" bays.
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That sounds awesome. I'm going to keep my eye out for that. I wonder if Corsair George might catch this? I hope Corsair makes a 360 first.

I think a 360 version of the h100 would be quite pointless unless Corsair decides to get into the expandable AIO game. 360 for just the CPU is kind of overkill especially if you can't add a GPU to it.
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