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  1. Although your RAM is rated to overclock to 2133...

    Although your RAM is rated to overclock to 2133 MHz, it will default to standard specifications (1600 MHz) unless the BIOS settings are changed. The simplest way to OC the RAM to its rated speed is...
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    Good luck sorting out your problem. If you...

    Good luck sorting out your problem.

    If you don't get it resolved, an effective alternative to consider is a 10-foot coil of PrimoChill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT Blood Red tubing (3/8" ID, 5/8" OD)...
  3. Meanwhile, back on topic, how is your build...

    Meanwhile, back on topic, how is your build coming, Profeus? It's been a couple of months since your last update. Any new photos you can share with us?
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    They are both top-10 heatsinks. FrostyTech has...

    They are both top-10 heatsinks. FrostyTech has detailed reviews of each.

    http://www.frostytech.com/top5heatsinks.cfm
  5. I recommend that you read the following article...

    I recommend that you read the following article about different memory kits from DDR3-1333 to DDR3-2400.
    ...
  6. Those two systems benchmark very close to each...

    Those two systems benchmark very close to each other. Which one comes out on top depends on the specific game being tested.
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    So you want your water-cooled system to look like...

    So you want your water-cooled system to look like an air-cooled system? :confused:

    j/k :D

    Have you considered a modular case with more internal room that might be a little more water-cooling...
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    Personally, I think that is a prudent move. See...

    Personally, I think that is a prudent move. See the quote below from a Windows 8 gaming review posted by Tom's Hardware yesterday.



    Fortunately, Borderlands 2 and Sleeping Dogs are very old...
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    Fair enough, but for a 24" monitor running at...

    Fair enough, but for a 24" monitor running at 1920x1080, that 680 FTW GPU with 4GB VRAM is massive overkill. You can save some money by getting a standard 670 with 2GB of VRAM, and still get a better...
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    Several people are still having problems running...

    Several people are still having problems running the Steam version of L.A. Noire on Win8.

    http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2599851
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    Question: Why are you choosing a "thoroughbred"...

    Question: Why are you choosing a "thoroughbred" GPU with 4GB of VRAM, and then pairing it with a "plow horse" 1920x1080 (FHD) monitor, which needs no more than 2GB of VRAM? :confused:

    You should...
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    A brand new PB-Series PB278Q 27" WQHD monitor and...

    A brand new PB-Series PB278Q 27" WQHD monitor and Vulcan ANC Pro Gaming Headset are in transit to my house at this very moment.

    WooHoo! :D
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    E-ATX is for server-sized motherboards 12.0" tall...

    E-ATX is for server-sized motherboards 12.0" tall and UP TO 13.0" wide.

    ATX is 12.0" tall and 9.6" wide. The Formula board is only 0.5" wider than ATX, with the additional 0.5" overhang on the...
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    PA series - ProArt ...

    PA series - ProArt

    http://promos.asus.com/US/PASeries/index.htm
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    Pfft. DDR4 is so yesterday. My grandma runs that...

    Pfft. DDR4 is so yesterday. My grandma runs that on her Z88 grandmaboard. DDR5 is where it's at! :p
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    FYI, the PB series is a fairly new product line,...

    FYI, the PB series is a fairly new product line, only a couple of months old at most, so it may not have been released in your market.

    Below is a link to the product page from the ASUS website,...
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    Understood, but you only quoted the PA models....

    Understood, but you only quoted the PA models. The PB models are cheaper. Here in the U.S., the PB238Q is only 230 USD (178 EUR).
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    Have you looked at any of the ASUS PA or PB...

    Have you looked at any of the ASUS PA or PB series monitors? Some of them are near your budget range (e.g., PA238Q or PB238Q), and they typically have better stands.

    I don't know if you've ever...
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    According to the NH-D14 RAM compatibility table,...

    According to the NH-D14 RAM compatibility table, the Corsair Dominator GT must have the heatsink fins removed to avoid interference. The Corsair Vengeance LP and G.SKILL RipjawsZ (G.SKILL's...
  20. Fair enough. I was just trying to help you save a...

    Fair enough. I was just trying to help you save a little money. Although with only two graphics cards on a Z77 mobo, I doubt you would have saturated the PCIe 3.0 x8 lanes anyway. As you mentioned...
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    I don't know for certain. The NH-D14 Mainboard...

    I don't know for certain. The NH-D14 Mainboard Compatibility table below doesn't mention that the LGA 2011 mounting kit is required for the Rampage IV Formula, whereas it does for the Rampage IV...
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    Memory Express carries the PB278Q. ...

    Memory Express carries the PB278Q.

    http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX41640
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    Yes, the NH-D14 SE2011 model comes with the LGA...

    Yes, the NH-D14 SE2011 model comes with the LGA 2011 mounting bracket. It also includes 4-pin PWM fans, whereas the standard NH-D14 model only includes 3-pin, constant-speed fans.
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    I'm not sure what the advantages would be of...

    I'm not sure what the advantages would be of trying to run both Operating Systems on a single RAID array? :confused:

    What programs are you planning to run on WinXP? If they are few in number and...
  25. Your multi-monitor setup is going to tax your GPU...

    Your multi-monitor setup is going to tax your GPU component(s) much more than either your CPU or your SSD, so I doubt you will notice any performance impact in the sim itself between SATA II 3Gb/s or...
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