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    Quote Originally Posted by chrsplmr View Post
    66 .. could you pass me one of those .. while i try and figure out what the heck Zy just said ???
    hey ... hahahha ... thats a switch.c.
    You know ... classic story ... optimist and pessimist ... pessimist sees horse poo...optimist looks for pony! Me...optimist!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrsplmr View Post
    ..... while i try and figure out what the heck Zy just said ???
    hey ... hahahha ... thats a switch.c.
    so now you know the feeling we have when we read your posts..... lol

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    So few thing happen, I first register area66.ca ( nothing to see for now ) so on my website I gone show work log of all the PC I build for me and others peoples and of course some reviews , I don't sell anything on that website, so I guess it's ok to talk about it. Today I start to work to extend my test bench lab of 160 squares feet, this will give ma an extra 18 and 10 feet benches . I'm preparing my first review for my website, I review 5 different Noctua coolers, with different fans arrangement , I also have finish my WC test bench and I review also diffident CPU block, I will receive my 380i next week to complete it. For know I test the blocks on a 1090t @ 4,2 ghz , I order today a CHV z to keep in the ROG family


    I fallow the recommendation of Hiviz and I make sure to have enough power for benching, so a AX 1200 in this case, lol

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    sorry for the blue color, it will be replace with a CHV z and return as VM server board

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    small update just order this thing, I wonder what can I do with a black and red case......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Area 66 View Post
    so now you know the feeling we have when we read your posts..... lol
    2nd that...confusing...rest of us...carry on, z.
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    Well thin progress slowly, I'm working on my 160 square feet extension, it was a part of my train layout it is why the wall are sky blue. I have a 9 feet bench to place bench table the table in the idle is for build special PC , it give me 3 sides access. I still have a lot of paint to do, so mr. Palmer will not complain too much . This bring me to 96 feet of bench in my Shop + Lab

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    Wow, Area 66, nice places, nice setups!

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    thanks, today I work on my Website banner, the signature reflect it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Area 66 View Post
    thanks, today I work on my Website banner, the signature reflect it
    Are we advertising??? Anyway, great setup so far!
    I am disturbed because I cannot break my system...found out there were others trying to cope! We have a support group on here, if your system will not break, please join!
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    We now have 178 people whose systems will not break! Yippee!
    LINUX Users, we have a group!
    http://rog.asus.com/forum/group.php?groupid=23

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    We have enough motherboard , CPU and GPU reviews on the web. My main focus will be on cooling, I even want to purchase a smoke unit to see the flow of air in a case. I want also to make measurement of motherboard parts with different cooler, it'snot enough to know how perform a cooler, I want to know also if it cool well the VRM, Chipset and RAM. This will be a reference website, with tons of pics and charts and fu, it,S not for nothing I give it a toon style, the website as to reflect the craziness of his owner.

    By the way a order a caricature of mini me I want it more toon.

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    That's a great plan, about the cooling... I observed that air coolers can perform very differently in different cases, sometimes even in the same case with changed airflow... - so, looking forward!

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