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    AMD Phenom II X6 1090t @ 4.0Ghz
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    Gigabyte 890FXA-UD5
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    Kingston HyperX 8GB
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    Evga GTX 770 SC
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    Cooler Master 690 II Advanced
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    Corsair HX850
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  1. Which specific xeon and i7 are you comparing?
  2. then look at literally any of the down-draft cpu heatsinks if your case cant support a 120mm fan how do you plan on installing an AIO
  3. dont trust free VPN services.
  4. 90c is too hot a cheap heatsink like Cooler Master Hyper212 would cool it just fine you dont NEED a liquid cooler
  5. And asrock provides instructions on bios updates here
  6. same same i got a feeling
  7. if history is any indicator of how these things go. my guess is that performance will be ..... better. and power consumption will be lower
  8. correct. but youre a few weeks late to deliver this news
  9. before you try that consider filing a ticket with asus support and just ask them if this is supposed to come off for cable management
  10. but i feel like youre supposed to route the cable through the hole in the front, and down the back opening - with that said it feels a little small for that you could try prying it gently with a flat screw-driver around all sides of that plastic piece
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  13. I've flashed bios before, i think i should be fine, currently looking at this asrock board which does require a bios update to support this pentium cpu And asrock provides instructions on bios updates here