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Haha yea he wont have to worry about spending any money for himself because she will max out the card the day she gets it.
Yep, lol.
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Oh, yeah, because all men know that giving their woman plastic is a great idea.

when my wifey gets the plastic, I = , j/k


She's already pissed because of the the amount I have spent on three builds within the last year. So its kewl to have her splurge once and while and keep the nagging at bay .
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got my folding rig up & running... wow this kit is amazing for the price... i finally understand why this club has so many members haha

4.2ghz 1.5v folding bigadv @ 32-34c idle ~20c, ambient ~15c, stock fans..

in retrospect, i should have just bought a nh-d14 cus this kit is WAY overkill for a rig i'll rarely use, but too late now.. oh well LOL

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got my folding rig up & running... wow this kit is amazing for the price... i finally understand why this club has so many members haha

4.2ghz 1.5v folding bigadv @ 32-34c idle ~20c, ambient ~15c, stock fans..

in retrospect, i should have just bought a nh-d14 cus this kit is WAY overkill for a rig i'll rarely use, but too late now.. oh well LOL

Very nice lol i wished i7s ran that cool but the kit will last you along time and would be easy to upgrade and much safer to transport compared to a big heatsink hanging off your board.

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when my wifey gets the plastic, I = , j/k


She's already pissed because of the the amount I have spent on three builds within the last year. So its kewl to have her splurge once and while and keep the nagging at bay .
Lol yea but you spend a little every few months lol she would buy a large ticket item every few months .
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It does not make it safe tho a i7 9xx has a max of 1.60 by intels data sheets thats just what they say wont kill the chip not what can cause degradation. And people have killed the 9xxx with 1.4-1.5 volts so im not sure what to really think.
People went by the VID for Core 2, it didn't kill it and most of the Nehalem deaths were uncore voltage related iirc, not vcore related.
    
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intel makes it really confusing tho on what is safe and whats not lol i thk the main thing is killing and degrading cause a guy recently degraded his i7 using 1.45 folding on it for a month. The higher voltage at the top end of intels datasheets might not kill but could degrade the chips fairly fast. And core2 had a vid the i7s dont really have a vid set the same way as older core chips just the datasheet people are going by.
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Very nice lol i wished i7s ran that cool but the kit will last you along time and would be easy to upgrade and much safer to transport compared to a big heatsink hanging off your board.
i should mention that the rad is external & i used ic diamond, but yeah, im very impressed with this kit, should last a long time
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When I initially bought this kit I flushed the rad about 5 times with distilled water yet my tubing has turned the milky color others have reported. My temps have also gotten worse, leading me to believe I have the same gunky buildup others have noted.

All in all I have not been very impressed with this kit. I recieved a defective pump, and after having XSPC send me a replacment, I got a second defective pump. They both rattle after being completely bled. I think they have some very decent customer service, yet their fit and finish leaves something to be desired.

I finally ponied up and bought a mcp355 and xspc bay resivoir mount. I am thankful I got the kit to get me started in watercooling, but I will say that if I had to do it all over again, I would go full custom.

My .02 for what it's worth.
    
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When I initially bought this kit I flushed the rad about 5 times with distilled water yet my tubing has turned the milky color others have reported. My temps have also gotten worse, leading me to believe I have the same gunky buildup others have noted.

All in all I have not been very impressed with this kit. I recieved a defective pump, and after having XSPC send me a replacment, I got a second defective pump. They both rattle after being completely bled. I think they have some very decent customer service, yet their fit and finish leaves something to be desired.

I finally ponied up and bought a mcp355 and xspc bay resivoir mount. I am thankful I got the kit to get me started in watercooling, but I will say that if I had to do it all over again, I would go full custom.

My .02 for what it's worth.
UM..... you do realize that the mcp355 is the loudest of all pumps right?? LOL. I smell ANOTHER return on the way. Should have picked up a mcp655b.....dead silent. Good luck though bud, hope your future holds great wet temps.
    
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well just fyi, i've had my pump/res since christmas, not one single problem... so it's a YMMV deal, right there
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