Hi everyone. I haven't posted here in the forum for a looooooong time.
My interest in highend PC's has been reignited... and I'm looking to upgrade and dump some older hardware to fund some upgrades.
The first things I'd like to try and sell are two PowerColor 7970 reference design cards. I have...
Here's a wicked pair of tunes from Madonna's guitar player, and he's signed with Metal Blade Records. Yup, you read that correctly. Monty Pittman. I just discovered this guy's music today... and HOLY FREAKING CRAP he is AWESOME!!
Monte Pittman - A Dark Horse - YouTube
Monte Pittman "Before...
:canadianwave: Congrats to Team Jacobs who are from here in Sault Ste Marie!! They took GOLD in men's curling this morning!!!!!! This entire city is pretty "dam" proud right now! :canadianwave:
:canadianwave: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aagzuUQRP7g#t=87 :canadianwave:
There's are other computer forums out there? :haha: j/k
I come here mostly, but when I want to venture elsewhere I like checking out these sites/forums..
Overclock.net - An Overclocking Community
Well to start off, my last case wasn't quite a "standard" one. :haha: But going from a Thermaltake Level 10 GT to the Air 540 was a nice change. My biggest gripe about the Level 10 GT was the lack of serious watercooling options. I was stuck with a 240 and 120 rad unless I went with an...
I do not agree! :haha:
If she wants clean and nice looking then get something from Fractal-Design. :thumb:
This thing is absolute crap for any kind of gaming rig. Especially one with a hot X58 mobo and dual GTX780's.
Thanks again SS!
Hmmm.... can't think of all the exact numbers off the top of my head. I'm at work right now. :whistle:
I think the CPU idles around 25 and hits 45 while gaming. That's external temp. Internal temp is a lot higher but jumps around. I've seen it hit 70 - 75 a few times. One...
Like I said, I'm not so sure about painting now either. lol Thanks again!
Aluminum?? Where? The rads are copper+brass, the coolant path through the mobo block is a copper pipe, and the CPU and GPU blocks are nickel plated copper.
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