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    i'd say when it comes to air cooling it is always better to have a nice balance between in and out put instead of too much of one another.
    cooling is still a sum of many variables so it makes sense if 1 variable is lower compared to the rest it affects cooling potential by a significant margin.

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    1x 230mm intake
    1x 200mm intake
    2x 200mm out
    1x 140mm out

    The intakes are higher speeds. :P

    Seems to work.

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    I hope you're off to a better start on the new year than I am.



    Touch screen no longer works :/

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    I've dropped my Samsung Galaxy SII hundreds of times, only the side has been dented so far. I should probably get a case.

    Still bed-ridden with flu though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inux94 View Post
    I hope you're off to a better start on the new year than I am.

    http://i.imgur.com/YLrYSl.jpg

    Touch screen no longer works :/
    damm that crack right in the middle. (outside of warranty likely?)
    aah well just turn that frown upside down and think of your picture of the imac pm

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    Replacement Corsair M90 arrives sometime today. Good job, Corsair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltrusDisc View Post
    Replacement Corsair M90 arrives sometime today. Good job, Corsair.
    Did it died? Have been looking at that mouse for a while, is it any good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by protput View Post
    Did it died? Have been looking at that mouse for a while, is it any good?
    I love it, just some can have a mouse scroll wheel problem, where it starts scrolling down page-worths at a time, even if you're scrolling up. At first it was only every now and then, then it became like 90% of the time. Known issue though and they quickly got me an RMA #, however sadly because of everything happening right over Christmas and New Year's, it's been a few weeks, but I don't hold it against them. They got the mouse on Dec 19, so that's really good turn-around.

    Only other complaint is something that only happens if you don't know how to deal with static discharge, lol. Even without using a mousepad (this mouse doesn't need one, unlike my Razer Death Adder 1800dpi) and the mouse sitting on my wood desk, I was still shocking it, and then it would shut off for a few seconds at a time - you'd hear the Windows 'USB disconnect' type sound and then it would connect again. That issue is really one just depending on your environment and if you know how to ground yourself. Just gotta be careful - however luckily it doesn't seem to do any actual damage to the mouse.

    Otherwise? I love the mouse. The side buttons could be a little more responsive/easy to click, but they aren't my main function buttons, so it's no biggy. The mouse is comfy, has some nice weight, looks slick, responds otherwise very well, and feels obnoxiously well-built, just like my Corsair K90 keyboard. Even though I've now had my Razer Death Adder mouse going strong for 4 years, I still prefer the M90. Far more comfortable, has higher dpi choices, and is just all around awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltrusDisc View Post
    I love it, just some can have a mouse scroll wheel problem, where it starts scrolling down page-worths at a time, even if you're scrolling up. At first it was only every now and then, then it became like 90% of the time. Known issue though and they quickly got me an RMA #, however sadly because of everything happening right over Christmas and New Year's, it's been a few weeks, but I don't hold it against them. They got the mouse on Dec 19, so that's really good turn-around.

    Only other complaint is something that only happens if you don't know how to deal with static discharge, lol. Even without using a mousepad (this mouse doesn't need one, unlike my Razer Death Adder 1800dpi) and the mouse sitting on my wood desk, I was still shocking it, and then it would shut off for a few seconds at a time - you'd hear the Windows 'USB disconnect' type sound and then it would connect again. That issue is really one just depending on your environment and if you know how to ground yourself. Just gotta be careful - however luckily it doesn't seem to do any actual damage to the mouse.

    Otherwise? I love the mouse. The side buttons could be a little more responsive/easy to click, but they aren't my main function buttons, so it's no biggy. The mouse is comfy, has some nice weight, looks slick, responds otherwise very well, and feels obnoxiously well-built, just like my Corsair K90 keyboard. Even though I've now had my Razer Death Adder mouse going strong for 4 years, I still prefer the M90. Far more comfortable, has higher dpi choices, and is just all around awesome.
    Thx for the info! Will defo look into getting one next week.
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    Ouch, that has to suck inux. My new year is off to a pretty good start, just found out that I'm eligible for a phone upgrade so I might get myself something nice and sell this GS3 for some nice cash.
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    Don't you just love getting a new hard drive and partition it up a bit? Mmm, I know I do.

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    Lol love those drive names tetris.
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    Quote Originally Posted by b0sanac View Post
    Ouch, that has to suck inux. My new year is off to a pretty good start, just found out that I'm eligible for a phone upgrade so I might get myself something nice and sell this GS3 for some nice cash.
    The GS3 is practically the nicest or one of the nicest phones on the market. O_o

    Also, Corsair M90 came in last night.

    Also, tetrisGOAT is a nerd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetrisGOAT View Post
    Don't you just love getting a new hard drive and partition it up a bit? Mmm, I know I do.
    storage overkill? :P

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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-20891868

    I wonder if it will go the way of Windows Phone, or if Gabe Newell is pushing for steam on a mobile platform too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shroudster View Post
    storage overkill? :P
    Looking at how full my older hard drives were, not to mention my externals (250, 320, 320 500) all being near-full, no. Not overkill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shroudster View Post
    storage overkill? :P
    you can never have too much storage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyanotical View Post
    you can never have too much storage
    That's a lot of downloads.

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    But not a lot of uncompressed video capture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyanotical View Post
    you can never have too much storage
    Only 450GB for games?

    I am disappoint Cyan.

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