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    Quote Originally Posted by Eduro View Post
    Ah yes I know.. Not having issues with it tho so almost bought a h100i but afraid that it's going to break when inserting it :/
    Just go with Air then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akaena View Post
    Just go with Air then?
    Well the high HyperX memories are in the way for a noctua dh14 (really only one I looked at ) and water seems better in every given way, except for the breaking part lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eduro View Post
    Well the high HyperX memories are in the way for a noctua dh14 (really only one I looked at ) and water seems better in every given way, except for the breaking part lol
    Perhaps a NH-U14S would do? Its smaller but still a very decent cooler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eduro View Post
    Ah yes I know.. Not having issues with it tho so almost bought a h100i but afraid that it's going to break when inserting it :/
    I'll give you a cookie if you manage to break the h100 at installation. It's literally impossible to damage unless you try to mount it with a sledge hammer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghâzh View Post
    I'll give you a cookie if you manage to break the h100 at installation. It's literally impossible to damage unless you try to mount it with a sledge hammer.
    The radiatorfins are easily damaged though. Also, AIO coolers work better on Haswell.

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    If you can install a CPU without breaking pins you should have no problems with an AIO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eduro View Post
    Well the high HyperX memories are in the way for a noctua dh14 (really only one I looked at ) and water seems better in every given way, except for the breaking part lol
    Try looking at the NH-D15 same performance as the DH-14 if not better. Noctua acutally cut part of the bottom fin stack on both sides so you can now fit high profile ram. Should check it out or like Zealo the NH- U14s works perfectly fine too.
    Last edited by Akaena; 2014-05-22 at 08:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akaena View Post
    Try looking at the NH-D15 same performance as the DH-14 if not better. Noctua acutally cut part of the bottom fin stack on both sides so you can now fit high profile ram. Should check it out or like Zealo the NH- U14s works perfectly fine too.
    Ah yes, I remember watching a movie about the D15 one, but I wasn't sure if my RAM would fit anyways :/ If I knew for sure, then I'd probably order one

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    Guys I just bought a new monitor benq 32 inch va pannel it is fuq in amazing! Colours are unbelievable!

    For $800 screw 4k get 2560 X 1440!

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    Quote Originally Posted by protput View Post
    It's a pic from 4chan, he's just trolling...
    Fully aware that wasn't his, hence the "joke" about his specs
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    That J Niggs poster though.

    Will post some pics of my old baby soon

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    Oh shit, they're still selling those? I thought they'd stopped taking orders long ago.

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    my 3 year old pc with a new case







    CPU: Intel i5 2500k @ 4.3 GHZ
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    Last edited by Elian; 2014-05-29 at 05:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elian View Post
    mice: Logitec G500 and G 600
    Case: Crosair 330r silent
    Is that the G500 or the G600 on the picture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eduro View Post
    Is that the G500 or the G600 on the picture?
    G500.

    G600 is the MMO-style one.


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    All that dust, Elian
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    Quote Originally Posted by Butler Log View Post
    All that dust, Elian
    even with 2 fans with a dust filter in front, could not hold dust from entering.
    i got this case 6 months ago.

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    That micro dust is the bitch, nothing seems to be able to catch it.

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