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2014-11-07, 09:56:59
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tomislavn

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Well Juraj, I could agree with you that Corsair might have a bit cheaper materials and all but I think that it still is almost the best AIO system that you can buy currently. I made myself a casual pc for home use lately and I bought Antec 1250 with my i7 4770k and it is really nice. Looking great, quite sturdy and well made, but I would still replace it with Corsair H110 if I would do it again. Simply because you can switch the radiator fans on Corsair with some quiet ones (like Noctua) and have a whisper quiet operation, where Antec got the vents fixed.

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2014-11-07, 11:16:45
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Thanks Juraj_Talcik and the others, at the moment the order is already in process.
Probably not the best config but, if I am not happy I will replace some device later.
Anyway I read that this processor is easy to overclock without any special knowledge, can you confirm? :)

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2014-11-07, 11:37:04
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You should be satisfied with the config :) no need to nitpick that much. i7-5820K is very easy to overclock but you should still know what you are doing :)
To make things short - you will have to change the multiplier only in the best case.

It is all silicone lottery nowadays. You can get a sample that will easily give you a stable OC with 4.6Ghz, where some other person might get the same chip but that one won't pass 4.2Ghz stable (without further adjusting voltages).
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2014-11-07, 11:39:47
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Juraj Talcik

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You don't even need to do change multiplier lol, the  ASUSĀ® X99-S has the 5-way process that will do "auto-pilot" overclocking completely for you.
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2014-11-07, 11:45:15
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You don't even need to do change multiplier lol, the  ASUSĀ® X99-S has the 5-way process that will do "auto-pilot" overclocking completely for you.

Exactly :)
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2014-11-07, 11:54:14
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We've gone long way from pencil (graphite) drawing on circuits....what was that anyone remember ? AMD Duron ? Pentium III ? Long time...

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2014-11-07, 12:00:40
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This is exciting , I can't wait!! :)
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2014-11-07, 12:20:10
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We've gone long way from pencil (graphite) drawing on circuits....what was that anyone remember ? AMD Duron ? Pentium III ? Long time...

I believe it was used mostly on Durons, not sure about Athlons, should google a bit about it to remind myself better :) Oh, those good old times!
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2014-11-08, 13:12:37
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I went with the kraken k60 for cpu cooling, got two extra fans to run in push pull config, run them on super low rpm to keep it quiet. I really like the kraken, it has some neat features, I believe there is a X61 now that has control over the pump speed.