I have 7 fans in my computer (that's including the PSU, CPU Heatsink, and Graphics card) with room to change the 200mm top fan into two smaller 120/140mm fans and the addition of 2 120mm fans on the bottom of the case. Would that be overkill? And what does it mean when I can put in 2 x 120 / 140mm fans? Two links for your convenience.
Not really. I might just replace some of the fans with better, quieter ones before getting a couple more in. The only time it gets loud is when I'm playing minecraft. I think it's the PSU kicking up the speed because my entire room will start heating up from it.
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Just as the Scorpion hunts...
"Nothing is True. Everything is Permitted." ~ Ezio Auditore de Firenze
Lmao that was entertaining fred =D Make sure to watch your GPU temp though, with your GPU's fan that low it could easily rise and start to melt your card D= My noisy ass GTX 470 gets up to the maximum (as in I reach the top of the chart) of 108C (yes, Celsius) when it's at like 30% or lower fan speed, even on D3 beta. But I like to keep the temp around 70C and my fan speed at about 70% which isn't that noisy at all.
The stupid button on my stupid shirt pocket that was holding my stupid phone in place decided to unbutton itself, very stupidly i might add, which in turn allowed my stupid phone to fall every so stupidly into the big stupid bucket...
But then, I wear Skechers hiking boots or Converse One Star and novelty tee shirts 5 days a week. I'm just lazy.
You would look awesome in demon hunter clothing
This is digging back pretty far, but I want to answer. I want to do a very serious DH costume for Halloween, and maybe dragoncon in September. But I don't know which armor set to base it on, or how to emulate the metal pieces, or.... well lots of problems actually. But there's still quite a few months, so maybe I'll be able to pull it off.
I've never done anything like that. My only Cosplay so far has been I-No from Guilty Gear last year. But I just passed my measurements off to some cosplay company and let them do all the work, so this would be totally different. Something I really want to do to commemorate the year of D3 though.
It's weird I used to really like Yogscast but anymore I can't even watch any of their videos. Same with TotalBiscuit, although I'll click on his videos if something interesting pops up from him. TB has a really good voice so I don't mind listening to his videos in the background.
Other than Tobuscus I watch ZackScott from time to time. Otherwise I just look up a game I'm interested in playing and look for a decent Let's Play.