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  1. Posts : 2,445
    Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit (1809)
       #421

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




    3 bottom are NB XL1: Noiseblocker NB BlackSilentFan 120mm

    Looks good. I have got only corsair fans. 2 x 140mm AF in the front as intakes. 1 x 120mm SP on the bottom as intake. 1 x 140mm AF on the rear as exhaust. 2 x 140mm optimized on my 280mm rad on the top exhausting.
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  2. Posts : 16,065
    Windows 11 Pro X64
       #422

    That is the wrong trifactor
    Passmark Performance Test Benchmark-b10.jpg

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  3. Posts : 19,209
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #423

    This one is working great for me:
    Passmark Performance Test Benchmark-290_30_9d1e8f39c9c34e0acd28512e78060319_1409860301.jpg
    Cooler Master: Nepton 140XL
    It has just right blend between single and dual rad coolers. Double one (280XL) is only better by 10W of TDP.
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  4. Posts : 26,344
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       #424

    Guys thanks for your recommendations, but I do not shop on line, and where I can go to a store and buy one, the closest is in Nrnberg, about an hour drive away, and they only have a couple of choices for 1151 mainboards, and I like Arctic:), as the fan heat sink I have is quiet, and actually keeps the CPU cool with my 4.9GHz OC.
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  5. Posts : 2,445
    Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit (1809)
       #425

    Cliff S said:
    Guys thanks for your recommendations, but I do not shop on line, and where I can go to a store and buy one, the closest is in Nrnberg, about an hour drive away, and they only have a couple of choices for 1151 mainboards, and I like Arctic:), as the fan heat sink I have is quiet, and actually keeps the CPU cool with my 4.9GHz OC.
    Can't remember the last time I went in to a shop and bought anything for my computer. Now a days there are not shops left large or small where excerpt PC world
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  6. Posts : 26,344
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       #426

    worf105 said:
    Can't remember the last time I went in to a shop and bought anything for my computer. Now a days there are not shops left large or small where excerpt PC world
    The problem is, I have ALWAYS been a cash(or check) & carry guy. I never bought on credit, or owned a credit card, and definitely never bought on line. This is my one digital-money-phobia quirk I have always had, and I hope I die before cash is fazed out totally(which it is slowly, as some banks here in Germany, are even starting to make you pay to debit your account when you bring in cash, but if you use an EC Card(Electronic Cash Card) it's free).
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  7. Posts : 19,209
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #427

    worf105 said:
    Can't remember the last time I went in to a shop and bought anything for my computer. Now a days there are not shops left large or small where excerpt PC world
    We have few shops in Belgrade but most don't have at hand anything that doesn't sell as pancakes. Just 10 years ago there was a computer shop almost on every corner, even small private dealers in apartments and houses. Nowadays there's maybe only 10 left and even their showrooms are stocked with mainly empty packaging and need to order at least from warehouses if not from abroad anything that is not very popular. That leaves any serious shopping to at least order over internet and pick in the store if you can't wait another couple of days for delivery. I don't even bother visiting a store without ordering part first.
    On the ewe of PC development stores used to be important places to keep up with IT. Spent many hours in them. In Toronto some even had a small cafe to sit there and talk about stuff and store staff which were mostly very informative and knowledgeable unlike pure sales staff today.
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  8. Posts : 19,209
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #428

    Cliff S said:
    The problem is, I have ALWAYS been a cash(or check) & carry guy. I never bought on credit, or owned a credit card, and definitely never bought on line. This is my one digital-money-phobia quirk I have always had, and I hope I die before cash is fazed out totally(which it is slowly, as some banks here in Germany, are even starting to make you pay to debit your account when you bring in cash, but if you use an EC Card(Electronic Cash Card) it's free).
    What, no COD there ? I usually order over internet and pay on delivery in cash because they don't carry Debit card machines with them. I don't have or ever had a proper credit card but debit cards only.
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  9. Posts : 2,445
    Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit (1809)
       #429

    CountMike said:
    We have few shops in Belgrade but most don't have at hand anything that doesn't sell as pancakes. Just 10 years ago there was a computer shop almost on every corner, even small private dealers in apartments and houses. Nowadays there's maybe only 10 left and even their showrooms are stocked with mainly empty packaging and need to order at least from warehouses if not from abroad anything that is not very popular. That leaves any serious shopping to at least order over internet and pick in the store if you can't wait another couple of days for delivery. I don't even bother visiting a store without ordering part first.
    On the ewe of PC development stores used to be important places to keep up with IT. Spent many hours in them. In Toronto some even had a small cafe to sit there and talk about stuff and store staff which were mostly very informative and knowledgeable unlike pure sales staff today.
    Very true Cliff. On line retailers here in the UK with actual showrooms and sale centres are all in England so they are over 4 hours drive away.

    Years ago there was a large independent computer shop in Methil about a 20 minute drive from where I lived where I bought loads of stuff. Remember buying the AMD thunderbird 1.0 GHz CPU and heatsink and getting some great advice. I crushed the die of the cpu installing the heatsink and calling them for advice. Was told to bring my system to them and they replaced the cpu and installed the heatsink for nothing. Won't get that service anymore.
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  10. Posts : 26,344
    Win11 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu
       #430

    CountMike said:
    What, no COD there ? I usually order over internet and pay on delivery in cash because they don't carry Debit card machines with them. I don't have or ever had a proper credit card but debit cards only.
    Because of my job, I wouldn't be home for the delivery.
    And it's a PITA to go pick it up at the post office/locker somewhere in the city where they put it
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