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    Corsair's system build

    The folks over at Corsair have put together an article on the process of building a PC system - from getting the components together, right through to overclocking.
    This isn’t going to be a “state of the art” system with liquid nitrogen and car batteries that requires protective eyewear and a good knowledge of spot welding and theoretical chemistry to build. This is something anybody can do with a little bit of patience and some basic knowledge.
    It'll either prove useful if you've never done it before, or interesting if you have.

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    Strikes me as interesting that they have used that board & case when there is a known problem with the heatpipe cooler for the chipset when inverted (unless ASUS have changed it).

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    Rather more expensive than the upgrade I will do when I get around to it, but interesting nonetheless. Definitely worthy of one of my exclusive bookmarks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUFF
    Strikes me as interesting that they have used that board & case when there is a known problem with the heatpipe cooler for the chipset when inverted (unless ASUS have changed it).
    Whats that about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Fishcake
    Whats that about?
    http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.p...ht=a8n+premium

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    Weird!

    Do Asus know about this?

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