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jclappers

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  1. For my new build i need a monitor with the following specs if you know of one please post a link depth without stand = less than 40mm height without stand = 390mm or less width without stand = 650mm or less vesa mount = yes downwards facing dvi or display port (or both) downwards facing power preferably 1920x1080
  2. I have never had any problems with bitspower parts and i would have used over $5000 dollars worth of parts on multiple builds (for work)
  3. I literaly clicked post as the pictures appeared
  4. a direct quote from Linus himself "I can't recommend a parallel configuration in many situations these days with head pressure being so much more important than max rate"
  5. I have subbed, you may begin posted this right as you posted the pics
  6. i dont think they have a release date yet
  7. Yeah, its kind of complicated but it will essentially be a bitspower valve that leads under the desk
  8. The image is just the back section of the desk, it lowers down to a keyboard/mouse tray at the front Looking at raising the res' up a bit will be putting the pumps in series now, just have to figure out where to put them, also nice build same as above yup thanks for all the help, i will replan it quickly and come back with another version hopefully tomorrow
  9. What i want to know is if this loop would work effectively, desk will be about 1.5m wide for a bit of reference with the image Components i will be using are (open to change) - Ek Res X3 400, http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/components/componentview.asp?partid=18145 - Ek Coolstream RAD XTX480, http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/components/componentview.asp?partid=18798 - Ek D5 Vario X-Top, http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/components/componentview.asp?partid=20140 - 2x GTX 780 Things being cooled - CPU, GPU's, Crosschill Any help will be greatly appreciated
  10. Ive been looking at Lutro but i want to buy in bulk and that does not seem to be the way to go, i will be using mdpc sleeving also 16AWG wire now unless someone gives me a good reason as to another size thanks all for the help and feel free to keep discussing your preferred methods etc
  11. http://www.amazon.com/Install-Bay-PWBK18500-Primary-Gauge/dp/B000GB0CQK/ref=sr_1_30?s=lamps-light&ie=UTF8&qid=1382239728&sr=1-30#productDetails Does anyone know if this wire will work for my 24pin etc PSU is a Corsair AX1200i if that matters Any help is much appreciated
  12. @PBaines Are there any good places in NZ to get everything you need to make your own custom length cables, or do you just get yours from overseas
  13. Maybe hes going to put his impact with the bitspower water block in a bitfenix
  14. im not too sure about the 4930k but a 360 rad should do the trick
  15. it says the three options all come with compression fittings so im a little confused as to why you are replacing them, unless you are getting some themed colour etc personal opinion, but get clear tubing and then a colored coolant Corsair's SP series would be better for the rad (better = more effective) H100i is cheaper and easier to configure kit a, b or c will give you lower temps and take a bit more effort to setup i personally run a h100i and i have never had any problems however i havent overclocked my cpu that much hope this helped
  16. Thats always a big limitation and its even worse for us kiwi's over here, luckily the only thing i need to get from overseas is the fittings for my build
  17. haha i understand it now but before when all i new was "block and hammer method" with a cpu i was kinda worried
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