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    Very nice design and looks very well built as well. Now to find 1100 lol

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    I want one!!! with EduTech on the front and it has to say powered by Edugeek lol!

    Simon you have a PM'

    Very nice work! i have spoken to webforma quite alot recently their a great bunch i must admit.

    DB > I'll send you some nice games have some nice windows games sitting here doing nothing hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by EduTech View Post
    I want one!!! with EduTech on the front and it has to say powered by Edugeek lol!

    Simon you have a PM'

    Very nice work! i have spoken to webforma quite alot recently their a great bunch i must admit.

    DB > I'll send you some nice games have some nice windows games sitting here doing nothing hehe
    sounds good fella will speak tomorrow,

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    If you're building it:

    Antec Solo for the case, Tagan or Seasonic PSU (I like the S12 430watt).

    Have a look at the Ars system guide? - Ars Technica System Guide: April 2009 Edition - Ars Technica - it's slightly gaming orientated, but downgrading the card gives you wiggle room for other features.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete View Post
    If you're building it:

    Antec Solo for the case, Tagan or Seasonic PSU (I like the S12 430watt).

    Have a look at the Ars system guide? - Ars Technica System Guide: April 2009 Edition - Ars Technica - it's slightly gaming orientated, but downgrading the card gives you wiggle room for other features.
    not a bad guide but i personally wont use MSI or Patriot products in any build I do for performance just personal prefrence

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPLTD View Post
    not a bad guide but i personally wont use MSI or Patriot products in any build I do for performance just personal prefrence
    I don't think he really needs a 4890 for "business"

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    Thanks Simon
    If some of you hadn't noticed, Ric, Shaun and i have been 'missing' since Sunday as we have been on a 'meet and greet' tour of the UK and are currently in a hotel opposite Euston station in London. We shall be returning to Preston today and Shaun flies home from Manchester tomorrow. We are all quite tired now and I had the misfortune to have had a stinking cold all week!
    Still, I'm looking forwards to using this next week.

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    Wow, that machine is really nice!! Loving the art work, just adds that extra touch!

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    So glad i mentioned Edugeek.net to CP a year or so ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by apoth0r View Post
    So glad i mentioned Edugeek.net to CP a year or so ago
    so am I fella

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPLTD View Post
    so am I fella
    Simon, what water cooling system did you use on the i7? And would you provide warranty against leaks for the first I dont know, few months? Since you installed it yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahuxham View Post
    Simon, what water cooling system did you use on the i7? And would you provide warranty against leaks for the first I dont know, few months? Since you installed it yourself
    Hiya Ahuxham,

    This bespoke system has a full 3 year warranty which does include a provision for the cooling system leaking so in a word its "Water Tight" sorry couldnt help myself,

    cooling system details as shown below



    Specifications
    Product Description CoolIT Domino A.L.C System Cooler
    Application System Cooler
    Power Consumption 8W (max)
    Performance 1100-2500 RPM
    Life Expectancy 50000/hrs
    Noise 19.2 dBA (min)
    Radiator Custom engineered for low noise heat dissipation
    Weight 10.03 kg
    Dimensions 14.0 x 12.5 x 15.5 mm
    Manufacturer Warranty 2 years


    below is also a review to have a gander at

    Overclock3D.Net :: Review :: Coolit Domino A.L.C. DM-1000 CPU Cooler :: Introduction

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