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About Skyfire

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    Pokémon Master
  • Birthday 1995-03-04

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    League of Legends, anime, clothing, EDM, music festivals, track, poetry and dem girlies.
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    My girlfriend's kinky as shit.
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    University student

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  1. Gotta love the Maxwell architecture with its lower power consumption (therefore slower fans for quieter operation), plus the cooler's unique and slick design. Thanks to Zotax and LinusTechTips for the giveaway. Good luck, mates.
  2. It may sound like a stupid answer but whatever's cheaper and suits your needs more (like which red and black looks better to you, lol). There's no real game-changing differences between motherboards around the same price.
  3. The H110 would perform better at the same fan speed because of the higher surface area. I would recommend buying better fans for the H110 though. If you're not willing to spend more money for fans, I'd just go for the H100i. It's only a few degrees warmer. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/lv?key=0AlPSGh26Ne0XdHZweHoxckRqazBvM0RTMW5GSFZNRmc#gid=0
  4. Super Sonico ... for the storyline of course. Ah, Speed Grapher would be probably one of my favourites that I can think of at the moment.
  5. The NZXT Source 530 is around that price I believe, and it's a full tower. You could have a look at that.
  6. Wait for the cases that were introduced to be released onto the market, lol.
  7. I only play in the hope I find my true love.
  8. As aforementioned, I really like the Corsair Carbide Air 540 case. It might be your taste, but it's functionality is really nice. You could wait a little for the cases introduced at CES to be released maybe. Some real good looking cases coming out. Got my eyes on the little brother of the Enthoo Primo, the Enthoo Luxe.
  9. H105 and H110 will outperform the H100i by a few degrees. It's whether you're willing to pay the price. But the H100i is a very good AIO. Safe to say it's extremely popular.
  10. You should just give us a number on how much you're willing to spend. There's only so few AIOs out there and they're all pretty similar in performance per dollar (well, the common ones are).
  11. When you install programs, they give you the ability to choose where you want to install it during the installation process. With things like Steam and Origin, you'll have to go into settings to choose what directory you want to save the games. You'll have to uninstall the programs saved on the SSD and reinstall them back on the HDD. Cleanest way possible anyway.
  12. Also, there's a possibility your motherboard may allow you to ignore the CPU fan speed so you don't have to connect anything to the header. Just head into the BIOS/UEFI and look for it.