WOW! Now those are quite the stats. Thanks for the share mark. I think you sold me :D
Thanks for the response Battle! I am not looking to over clock, just wanting to keep temps as low as possible. Did some research on the rev B macho and many good reviews on it throughout the web. I appreciate your help on this journey. The monitor you picked for my build about a month ago is very good by the way :D Love it! The Dell 165hrtz 24" monitor.
Thanks for the reply. What do you like more about that model over the rev b?
Thanks for the response! Not looking for the aesthetics as much as just having a cooler cpu. My temps are not horrid as they are running 70 Celsius playing blackout in Call of duty. Maybe it is more of a fear of mine that will something will overheat. This is also my first build, so no experience first had with what is a "good" temperature to be at.
Very unique build. I like it! Great job!
Very nice! I will check it out
Probably right. Most shy away from the 90 degree turn for intake. No problems thus far.
Great to hear! What were your temps under load prior to the switch? What are they now?
Thanks for the reply! As to your curiosity for the 3 star for the Corsair sp 120 RGB's, they felt a bit cheap with their construction. There are no rubber inserts in the screw holes to prevent vibration and they were a pain to install. They seem to do their job with air flow and lighting just fine. I suppose the negative review is to my wishing I had spent a few extra bucks and bought the HD 120s or ML 120 pro's.
Thanks a lot! I am pretty proud of it :)
Hehe:) agreed. Freddy made me do it!
Thank you! I thought I was a bit overboard on the velcro straps lol. But they gave so many, figured I may as well use them.
Nice Job yogert999!!!
Would be using this for gaming, FPS and B/R games mostly.