cinnamoncider

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  1. yea ur right but the problem is during you put the plate in the case .. i try both side amd and intel but both is same got stuck

    Place the bracket before installing the motherboard in your case. Ask someone for help if you're having difficulties on doing this on your own.

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  2. I've used a Seidon 120V before, and I can see that you're mounting it wrong. If you're using the bracket for an Intel socket - make sure that the Intel inscription in the bracket is visible. You're currently mounting it for an AMD socket - that explains why the AMD inscription is visible. Flip the bracket to the other side and that'll fix your problem :)

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  3. Holy Balls! The horror of liquid cooling  :(

    I'm currently using a Swiftech H220 on my build. 

     

    I can see that your graphics card sustained some damages as well. I hope it's still fine.


  4. USD 3000 may be just fine for those type of people who want to get in the first line of everything. But for me - I'll guess I stick at my budget and stick with my R9 280x for now. Also, I can see that we're not yet ready for the 4K resolution to be the standard; still 1080p for me.


  5. Does this prototype HAF case allow both vertical & horizontal usage? I love how my HAF XB has horizontal and my main problem with Corsair's Carbide Air 640 which looks similar is how ugly the 'bottom' is and how you can't rotate it 90 degrees and place it horizontally on a desk.

    Yes, you can lay it done horizontally. That's the reason why the Cooler Master badge can be rotated.


  6. I just watched Linus on the Cooler Master booth at CES 2014.

     

     

    So they got:
    *new accessories for the HAF Stacker

    *a prototype for a new HAF case with a huge window

    *360mm Glacer

    *new fans

    One notable thing that caught my attention is the fan that is similar to the CoolTech fan of Asus - that blows the air sideways. I think that this may be effective on low profile heatsinks with a large surface area.

    Your thoughts about this, guys?  :)


  7. How about if the intake would be from the bottom - away from the mainboard? Air will first pass-through components and then through the fins of the cooler. The shroud should also isolate the air from leaking out in random areas of the cooler and focusing on the exhaust.

     

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  8. I suggest a PSU that has a replaceable 140mm fan with a 3-pin or 4-pin PWM header.

    Improved heat dissipation fins that can guide the airflow inside the PSU given that it has a typical intake fan placed at its bottom and passively pushing it outwards.

    The cables bundled in the fully modular PSU are fully sleeved in black. It would also be great if you could sell accessories like fully sleeved power connectors. 


  9. In my theory - the air that will be pushed through the memory modules would already be warm. I think that it's not really that effective to cool those. The cooling fins with a smaller surface area will not do much since it has only two heat pipes connected in it. IMO, the Evo would be more efficient than this  :).

     

    looks like an older photo or motherboard... is that purple connector (right side) a serial or parallel port?

     

    That purple thing right there is a parallel port which most of us doesn't use. But in cashiers and some computers in offices - these are still used  ;)