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To my just recently bought golden 965be, my ram, and my motherboard.

Bought new stuff in my sig though. So not sooo hard to let go.
I felt the same way when I sold my 955BE, Asus Crosshair IV Formula + EK block, but once I got my intel setup, I was no longer sad
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I need help, beer is useless.. Uh i canht remember if i had the ac97 cable plugged in or not.. by the looks of it, i don't need it? I'm stucked here and can't move on.
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I just used the HD audio...ac97 is for somethign older correct?
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that's for the front i/o panel (mic & headphones). plug some headphones, if you get sound, your good, if you get no sound, check the plug.
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I just used the HD audio...ac97 is for somethign older correct?
yeah its the old stuff, i think.
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I just used the HD audio...ac97 is for somethign older correct?
My thoughts exactly.
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from wiki...
In 2004 AC'97 was superseded by Intel High Definition Audio (HD Audio)

and guess what year it was developed?
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Alright. So. I decided to make my rad look better while piggy backing on my case. Gave me an excuse to flush my loop. It seems like the tubing turned brown, not anything in my loop. So if anyone's tubing turns brown... Just know it's the tubing and some algea etc in your loop. I'll take a pic later. I also cut some excess hose off



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I didn't use the grills that came with the fans, not because I was too lazy but thought would reduce fan noise, improve air flow and look better.
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that's for the front i/o panel (mic & headphones). plug some headphones, if you get sound, your good, if you get no sound, check the plug.
Strange... Mine doesn't work. I just hid the Headphone/Mic cord in my case because I plugged it in.... Didn't work.
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I also took out all my stuff today, as I sold and shipped most of it away. But Looking at the tubing now, it LOOKS as if there is gunk, BUT there really isn't. It's just tiny particles of water and looks hazy. I bet that's what I thought the "gunk" was when I took out the mayhem's dye too.
    
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I got the rad mounted inside the case with the right screws i think, but its just hanging there by the threads.. I'm afraid to screw it all the way in, one screw had no resistances and wanted to go all the way through. The res of the screws only go half way till i meet resistance, so i stop so i won't puncture anything.

I plumed the system, added fluid and had a small like on the inlet port of the res, its fixed now.. The system has been leak testing for 3 to 5 hours now, am i fine?
anyone??

what screws i use to mount the fans to the rad? From the looks where i mount the fans to the rad, theres fins rignt behind it, so do i not go past those fins?
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