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post #31 of 34 (permalink) Old 02-12-2020, 02:39 PM
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@eliwankenobi so you don't appreciate my responses? Those took a long time to type out. How lame...


Not lame. My apologies and your mini review is greatly appreciated. Somehow I forgot to reply after reading. Got carried away with something else. Again apologies.

Now the thing is that based on your experience and other people’s as well, I’d like to buy the cooler to test it myself but it’s not available on Amazon from a seller that will ship to my location.
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Not lame. My apologies and your mini review is greatly appreciated. Somehow I forgot to reply after reading. Got carried away with something else. Again apologies.

Now the thing is that based on your experience and other people’s as well, I’d like to buy the cooler to test it myself but it’s not available on Amazon from a seller that will ship to my location.
Ah dang. If you can handle the mounting system, its worth it. I can also make a noise level video for you soon- I removed that RAM cooler.

Is Newegg an option?

https://www.newegg.com/arctic-coolin...82E16835186249

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Quote: Originally Posted by neurotix View Post
Ah dang. If you can handle the mounting system, its worth it. I can also make a noise level video for you soon- I removed that RAM cooler.

Is Newegg an option?

https://www.newegg.com/arctic-coolin...82E16835186249
Thank you for the link. I am kind of tied now. Only seller that have the cooler on Amazon or NewEgg is Platinum Micro and they won’t ship to Puerto Rico. Already put an Auto-Notify on NewEgg. Don’t know when Amazon will have in stock either. They don’t even have the 280mm

I prefer getting it from Amazon as it would ultimately be cheaper for me. I have over $100 in store credit that I wanted to use toward a high end cooling solution. Another Solution I am considering Is the Alphacool Eisbaer Extreme 280. It’s essentially a preassembled custom water cooling loop with 280rad, reservoir and Alphacool’s D5 pump equivalent. It’s a bit more expensive, but also should be higher performance and opens the door for expanding to watercooling the videocard in the future
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Thank you for the link. I am kind of tied now. Only seller that have the cooler on Amazon or NewEgg is Platinum Micro and they won’t ship to Puerto Rico. Already put an Auto-Notify on NewEgg. Don’t know when Amazon will have in stock either. They don’t even have the 280mm

I prefer getting it from Amazon as it would ultimately be cheaper for me. I have over $100 in store credit that I wanted to use toward a high end cooling solution. Another Solution I am considering Is the Alphacool Eisbaer Extreme 280. It’s essentially a preassembled custom water cooling loop with 280rad, reservoir and Alphacool’s D5 pump equivalent. It’s a bit more expensive, but also should be higher performance and opens the door for expanding to watercooling the videocard in the future
Yep I looked at that one as well. It would work well and looked to have a better, proper mounting mechanism anyway.

They make pricey watercooling kit yes, so you could expand it with time. Need blocks for GPUs, D5 pump/res combo, bunch of fittings, tubing and another rad probably. They make a 360mm version of the Eisbaer as well so I was looking at that. Someone said they were only at 45c load on a highly OC'ed Ryzen 3900X as well in a review, if I remember.

If you could find the 360mm Eisbaer https://www.amazon.com/Alphacool-Eis...1998680&sr=8-1 and get that shipped I'd totally do it, it will work great but has ugly old school tubing lol

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Cooling
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Operating System
Win10 X64 Pro 1903 (gaming only), stripped down, updates blocked, Firewalled.
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LG 34WN80C 34" 3440x1440 21:9 IPS, 300 nit, HDR
Keyboard
GMMK v2 104 key | Kailh Box Jades | HyperX PBT pudding (for now)
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Rosewill K85 RGB Kailh/Kaihua Blue switches
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Mousepad
Corsair Polaris RGB
Audio
Logitech G230 red
Audio
Logitech Z2300 2.1 120w 8" sub, w/ 40w satellites
Other
Phanteks RGB 5050/Digital RGB strips
Other
Respawn Black/Gray Racing Chair
CPU
Raspberry Pi 3B
Optical Drive
DENON DCD-560 CD Player, dual integrated 20bit Burr Brown PCM61P DAC's
Operating System
Kodi 17.2
Monitor
ASUS V238H 23" 1080p 60 Hz
Audio
Pioneer SX-255R Receiver, 4x 100w
Audio
TECHNICS SB-A32 Floor Standers, 4x8" polyurethane woofers, 100w/cabinet, 1" His and 3" Midrange
Audio
Polk Audio PSW-505 300w subwoofer, replaced woofer with CT SOUNDS TROPO 12" 4Ω DVC car sub wired in series, 8Ω, 300w
Audio
Kenwood GE-4030 Stereo Graphic Equalizer
Audio
TECHNICS RS-T18 dual tape deck
CPU
Motorola 68000 @ 7.8MHz
Motherboard
Macintosh SE logic board
Motherboard
Macintosh SE analog board (provides voltage + timing to CRT)
GPU
None. Graphics generated by ROM, OS and 68k (sans fpu)
RAM
NEC Electronics 80ns 9-chip 1MB SIMMs (four, 4MB total RAM)
Hard Drive
FloppyEmu Ver C in clear case, front-mounted, 500MB HFS .dsk file
Optical Drive
Sony 800KB Double-Sided floppy disk drive. Cleaned and relubricated
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stock, 75W
Cooling
Single fan. Very small. (25mm?)
Cooling
Cage in the case itself provides convection cooling.
Case
Macintosh SE, platinum color, Snow White design language
Operating System
System Software 6.0.8 w/ Multifinder
Operating System
System Software 7.1 (rarely used; needed for Macintalk 2 speech synthesis)
Monitor
9" 1-bit (black and white) CRT, 512x342, 58Hz
Keyboard
Apple Desktop Bus Keyboard 1 (cleaned and restored.)
Mouse
Apple Desktop Bus Mouse 1 (cleaned)
Audio
Mono Speaker
Other
"Macintosh Toolbox" 128Kb ROM chip- accelerates OS/System calls
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