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Everything posted by jclappers

  1. Username - jclappers Fav Vid 1 - https://www.vessel.com/videos/LCoY5zfFf Fav Vid 2 - https://www.vessel.com/videos/JYZEYDYx0 Sweet Giveaway
  2. I'm not 100% sure but i dont think it would work
  3. Yay, its been cool seeing LTT grow over the years i have been watching, Congrats and keep it up
  4. Looks absolutely perfect to me, well done for a first try
  5. From the images on xspc's website it looks like one of the bitspower modkits would go on just fine also great pump/res combo, best ive used
  6. EK have released some new wc components for this mobo, one that changes the anodized alu to nickel or acetal and nickel, http://www.ekwb.com/news/429/19/EK-introduces-ASUS-Maximus-VI-Formula-water-block-kit/
  7. get some ribbon cables and lie the gpu's on their side next to the mobo
  8. We tested it at work on a seperate loop with one rad and we got about 10-15 degrees Celsius lower
  9. instead off doing just push, do just pull, its supposed to be more effective and it is a hell of a lot easier to blow the dust off
  10. Linus did a video saying, SP --> radiator --> AF was the best config they got for their rads
  11. I was getting the impact with the bitspower block anyway, i just remembered linus saying something about it
  12. yeah they're pretty good temps, but gp with the x60 if you want
  13. doesnt the maximus vi formula have aluminium in the crosschill
  14. Thought it was familiar
  15. i had a similar idea, where are you going to put the keyboard and mouse
  16. Ek has a bending kit you can use that wont effect flow
  17. http://www.rubbermonkey.co.nz/Pelican-Cases/Pelican-1770-Long-Case-Black This is the case im using incase you were wondering
  18. I had a look at it and it looks physically ok for the case, they will mainly be used for Gaming and Editing for a youtube channel so Latency under 10ms gtg colour quality decent Budget of around 800 usd i am currently using three of these https://www.asus.com/nz/Monitors_Projectors/VE248H/ so similar specs to these would be fine