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Discussion in 'Computer Hardware' started by BlueScreen, Jan 25, 2015.

  1. skodakenner

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    it depends on wich one you have often with only one car with collisions off theyre fine
     
  2. DWPro

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    Last time I played beamNG, it worked with 2 vehicles at 20ish FPS w/o collision. (E7500/R7 250x)
     
  3. Eastham

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    Seeing as summer is here I thought I'd invest in a new cooler to keep my I5 cool. So after looking around I found this, a Antec H1200. Seems to be a new AIO on the block. Not many reviews but for £60 I thought I'd give it a chance.

     
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  4. Arne Hurnik

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    I wouldn't go too cheap though. Is it a thick rad? Cause that's the one thing that I learned about those things by now.
     
  5. Eastham

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    20MM thick rad and a 5 year warranty.
     
  6. Arne Hurnik

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    Okay, yup. Checked. It's fine.
     
  7. SixSixSevenSeven

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    20 is a tad thin, though fine for a CPU
     
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  8. Eastham

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    Not sure if I'll be using the included fans, I'm not a fan *pun not intended* of LED fans and my Arctic Cooling F12's are quieter than the stock fans that come with the cooler. But the stock fans have a higher CFM, but my Arctic's have 9 blades instead of 8 which should give me higher static pressure which is better for radiators. Look's like I'll be doing a bit of testing to see which fans are better.
     
  9. Arne Hurnik

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    Nah, the F12 has next to no static pressure, so don't have your hopes sitting too high.
     
  10. Eastham

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    Oh... Well in that case I suppose I can just snip the wires going to the LED's on the fans.
     
  11. redrobin

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    I got one "word" for you: SP120 (Quiet Edition)
     
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  12. SixSixSevenSeven

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    SP120 seconded
     
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  13. Arne Hurnik

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    Performance Edition though. Just check that they've got CFM.
     
  14. SixSixSevenSeven

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    cfm on pressure fans is always alot lower, they arent going for flow, but pressure...
     
  15. Eastham

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    Guess I'll grab two of those next time payday rolls around. How would these compare to Noctuas?
     
  16. SixSixSevenSeven

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    noctuas I hear are a tad better, but then they cost significantly more so whatever I suppose
     
  17. Eastham

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    Hmm, I guess I'll grab the Corsair's £20 for a pair, and they look nicer than the Noctua's.
     
  18. Narwhal

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    Never get monitors used in a doctors office. i have two 24 inch 1920x1200 monitors i got free, but they have who knows how many hours. This means the get screenburn. but its not usual screenburn, it can change and go away. its super annoying.

    CQWOUXE.jpg
     
  19. mumboking

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    I wonder what would happen if you displayed constantly changing images on them. Could that solve it?
     
  20. Bubbleawsome

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    WARNING ACTUAL VERY REAL VERY DANGEROUS SEIZURE RISK
    IF YOU'RE EPILEPTIC AND CLICK THIS YOU'LL DIE
    ACTUALLY SERIOUS!!

    http://www.staggeringbeauty.com/

    EDIT: ALSO LOUD
     
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