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and then she left me... I hope you guys PC can handle this page because my page is laggy, maybe because these HQ pictures. Well I hope you are reading this page with a Sandy Bridge then because I'm not. Maybe this will give you an incentive to buy Sandy Bridge.

Who still hasn't got their CPU yet? Anyways if you're still waiting for your boards and setup yet I'll supply you with some pr0n.

This is the Asus P8P67 Pro motherboard with Mushkin DDR3 Redline memory. Good job NewEgg you made the delivery on time before Tuesday. Anyone else thinks it's weird now that they use DHL as their courier? I'm used to getting stuff from them from UPS. Probably all the UPS hate made them change a bit.



This is the back of the box, very exciting right?:



Yeah I know, some people are dying to see what's inside the Asus box and what comes with it. My old Maximus SE board didn't have the cool angled SATA cables so it was a pain in the ass to hook up SATA drives. But Asus managed to supply angled SATA cables. There are two sets, one is 3.0Gbps and the other is the 6.0Gbps. Which set is which? I don't know the manual is stupid it doesn't tell me anything. My guess is that the white tipped cables are the 6.0Gbps cables but that's just my guess. I'm still without a CPU so I can't test, and I can't test anyways because I don't have a 6.0Gbps drive LOL! So can someone tell me which is the 6.0Gbps SATA cables?



And yeah, so this is what I need to get my Sandy Bridge parts into. Don't laugh at my power supply it's from like 2007 so I don't have any cable management. And don't ask how I got everything to fit inside my case, I just did. This is still my 1st noob WC built PC from '07, so most things are being re-used.



But I hope you enjoy the pr0n, I still need my CPU so I can overclock.
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I know you probably have no room but, that little of a res for all that?

How many times did you have to fill while u was getting the air out?
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Nice pics, but could you put a warning in the title that the pictures are large?
The pictures are nice and crisp. You arranged everything great.
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I know you probably have no room but, that little of a res for all that?

How many times did you have to fill while u was getting the air out?
reservoir size is ok for that loop. as you only fill the thing once in a while.
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Why does your loop water look like bong water or poop-juice?
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I know you probably have no room but, that little of a res for all that?

How many times did you have to fill while u was getting the air out?
10-15 times I think with Danger Den 60cc but it broke. But then I bought a bunch of bulb style syringes from some military site. The reservoir doesn't matter, it's only purpose is to serve bleeding air bubbles out. I could have used a T-Line, imagine bleeding air through that. But it will be less to fill now since I am no longer going to have a NB/SB waterblock in my loop. But I always prime my pump first before adding more water. I saw someone with that XSPC Rasa kits I think it had a submersible pump. I want one of those so I don't need to prime my pump.

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Nice pics, but could you put a warning in the title that the pictures are large?
The pictures are nice and crisp. You arranged everything great.
Yeah, I figured people would know that HQ meant big pictures. Thanks, I'm a ****ty photographer.

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reservoir size is ok for that loop. as you only fill the thing once in a while.
Yeah, I fill it up a bit about once every 6 months.

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Why does your loop water look like bong water or poop-juice?
Because of the green lights and plus I haven't drained my loop out for the past 6 months. Good thing Sandy Bridge is here to save the day. It gives me a reason to clean it out. I'd clean and drain it out every 3 months but it'd be a lot of work taking it apart just to drain it and put it back together. It's a disadvantage of watercooled PC's. Maybe if I build another WC PC I will design my loop to where it is very easy to drain. I fixed my dusty/dirty fan problem though. When you have 8 fans running it's gets pretty dirty.
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