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SATA 1 or 2, same cable ;).

Nice link indeed and I´m happy that they think the same as me:

""Ah haaa" you may say, "Then I should just get those ready-made water-cooler kits by companies like Coolermaster and Thermaltake, right?"

Bad idea, my friend. Those kits were designed based on rather poor fluid engineering principles, which I will explain later in this article. Therefore, they are the worst kits you can buy. High-performance air coolers beat them both in price and performance."

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Ethan McFenton

MCP/MCSE/MCSA/MCDST

Did you really acquired all these certificates?

If yes...Well Done man :thumbup

My mother has all of these i think (at least the first two). She's got a total of 14 certificates including both Novell and MS.

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Ethan McFenton

MCP/MCSE/MCSA/MCDST

Did you really acquired all these certificates?

If yes...Well Done man :thumbup

My mother has all of these i think (at least the first two). She's got a total of 14 certificates including both Novell and MS.

when did she started all that man

this is another life I think

and how old are you ethan

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Hello

yea ive taken all them and more, just the other ones are not worth putting as my signature, im 17 at the moment :)

thanks guys, i think im going to try that fan less Ait cooling CPU you recommeneded. give it ago, and try overclocking with that :)

Thanks Guys

Ethan :)

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Hello

yea ive taken all them and more, just the other ones are not worth putting as my signature, im 17 at the moment :)

thanks guys, i think im going to try that fan less Ait cooling CPU you recommeneded. give it ago, and try overclocking with that :)

Thanks Guys

Ethan :)

17!!??

well done man

I'm 47 and did not get any thing yet :(:blushing:

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@Black Wolf: It doesn't take very long time to get the certifications if you're really into it, it's like the tests in school...

I haven't got any certs, but that's because I haven't tried getting any.

@ethanmcf: Add some large (120 mm or more) fan to improve the cooling even more, purely fanless is only good for lower noise level.

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I'm due to take my A+ and Network+ soon. I'm 21 and a half.

@ethanmcf, just some advice: People will want employees with experience over certifications. If your resume is packed with certs then that will land you a good job, but to get higher up than that you'll need some years. ;) Sorry that's quite off-topic.

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thanks guys,

yea ive taken all the exams and passed first time, which is good, and i have got alot of experince, but i went for a Admin job,

before i decided to join college, and i had like way more certs than this guy did, and more experice, but becasue her was 32, he had the job.

Which is a little unfair, as he was new to all this, but as i was 17, its like, 'why bother, its not as if he can handle 4000 Computer', when not being funny, its not exactly hard.

and ive got my network+ :D

and well back on to the topic

i dont care about how much noise it makes.

i just want it nice and cool,

ready to be over clockeD :D

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