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  1. Posts : 2,445
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       #411

    Cliff S said:
    I hope you threw on a nice piece of beef, with lots of fat(the flavor carrier in meat), before you OC'd
    My new CPU cooler as you suggested:

    Passmark Performance Test Benchmark-beef-cooler.jpg

    Do you think I should go Push/Pull ?
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       #412

    worf105 said:
    My new CPU cooler as you suggested:

    Passmark Performance Test Benchmark-beef-cooler.jpg

    Do you think I should go Push/Pull ?
    Definitely pull(ed): Pulled Beef Recipe (How to Cook a Round Roast) - WellPreserved
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       #413
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  4. Posts : 2,445
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       #414
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       #415

    worf105 said:
    Looks good Cliff Can't you fit a 240 mm or 280 mm Rad and go for something like:

    Hydro Series„ H110i GTX 280mm Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler


    Passmark Performance Test Benchmark-h110i_gtx_02.png
    I need to use the 120 in the back, as the top has enough room for a larger radiator, but it would restrict the air flow for the rest of the system, as I have 3 fans running full speed(1000 rpm) connected directly to the PSU, but very silent sucking air in from the bottom, and three fans at the top connected to PWM, blowing it out.
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       #416

    geeze, I go out on side x side for a few hours and Dude and worf105 go nuts.

    Great job to both of you guys
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  7. Posts : 2,445
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       #417

    doorules said:
    geeze, I go out on side x side for a few hours and Dude and worf105 go nuts.

    Great job to both of you guys
    Thank you doorules
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  8. Posts : 2,445
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       #418

    Cliff S said:
    I need to use the 120 in the back, as the top has enough room for a larger radiator, but it would restrict the air flow for the rest of the system, as I have 3 fans running full speed(1000 rpm) connected directly to the PSU, but very silent sucking air in from the bottom, and three fans at the top connected to PWM, blowing it out.
    What fans are you using cliff?
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       #419

    3 top and i back 120mm corsairs (I forget the model right now)




    3 bottom are NB XL1: Noiseblocker NB BlackSilentFan 120mm

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  10. Posts : 26,345
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       #420

    Ok my 3 top ones are this: Air Series AF120 LED Blue Quiet Edition High Airflow 120mm Fan






    unlit(LEDs off)
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