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Old 17-11-10, 08:10 PM
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although the Bitfenix logo looks awesome...
Hmm. Every time I look at it I see the Fred Perry logo. And Fred Perry = chav.

I think it's fair to say that's my least favourite part of it, but each to their own

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Old 17-11-10, 10:44 PM
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Hmm. Every time I look at it I see the Fred Perry logo. And Fred Perry = chav.

I think it's fair to say that's my least favourite part of it, but each to their own
Depends where you live and go, Fred Perry = chav now... but soon it wont be again. Like Burberry and Lyle & Scott etc there are phases with these brands another example is Hackett. I personally enjoy some Fred Perry stuff just avoid it for a while . There isn't a chav following for Hardy Aimes or brands like that yet lol thankfully, as you say each to their own! Classic Fred Perry is great though and it'll be great when chav fashion moves on..
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Old 17-11-10, 10:56 PM
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I gotta say that the Bitfenix survivor is the sexiest case in the world right now. Sadly it seems that you can't get one ATM for love nor money
not released yet thats why lol

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You have to remove the tops off of the Corsair ram to fit the Noctua. Buy the mushkin!
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Old 17-11-10, 11:19 PM
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You have to remove the tops off of the Corsair ram to fit the Noctua. Buy the mushkin!
Definitely looking at the Mushkin RAM! The Bitfenix Colossus looks nice but I will no doubt find out in before it's time to purchase where it stands compared to the Phantom.

What I've got at the moment as revised specs, split between Aria and Scan.

CPU - Intel i7-950

Cooler - Noctua NH-D14

MoBo - Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R v2

RAM - Mushkin 6GB (3x2G DDR3 PC3-16000 8-10-8-27 Radioactive

Case - NZXT Phantom

PSU - 850W NZXT Hale90 Modular

HDD - Samsung Spin Point F3 SATAII 1TB 32MB Cache RAID 0

SSD - Mushkin Callisto deluxe 60GB

ODD - Sony AD-5260S-0B 24x DVD+/-RW

GPU - EVGA or Asus GTX 580

Monitor - Dell U2311H, BenQ G2420HDBL or a Samsung... (Still so much info and so much fail reported on many panels)

I realise this should be in the TTL Customs Forum now, after going through the whole forum, so a move would be great .
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Old 17-11-10, 11:23 PM
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Moved. Youll like that ram, review going live soon but I like it alot!
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not released yet thats why lol
That would explain it then

Mind you my poor mate in the USA has been frothing at the mouth ever since I showed him the colossus but he still can't find one for sale in the USA.

Hah ! that would be a first
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Old 17-11-10, 11:49 PM
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Thanks for the move! Sounds great looking forward to the review, kinda wondering if you guys sleep! Any reason the tRAS is 27 and they have have some other 2000MHz RAM listed with lower timings? Is there a price difference or something, this is just out of interest I'm not actually criticising. I actually like the yellow of it with the blue gigabyte which others may think is a huge clash but meh I quite like it.
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Old 18-11-10, 12:35 AM
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Get that ram (radioactive) and just trust me that its epic
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Old 18-11-10, 12:41 AM
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Get that ram (radioactive) and just trust me that its epic
Watched enough of the videos and read enough over here to say the trust is there haha congrats on the 5GHz and being mentioned on the Noctua site I had to laugh seeing it there, gotta make a good sales pitch for Noctua air cooling there already! As long as you aren't
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Old 18-11-10, 02:09 PM
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not released yet thats why lol

@ Dewinte

You have to remove the tops off of the Corsair ram to fit the Noctua. Buy the mushkin!
It is going to be released on the 23rd of November. Just saw that as I was wondering through Caseking's website (they do have an English one too ). Btw. is there a full review of the Colossus coming?

@ Dewinte definetely go with the Radioactive Ram. You may want to check out the ASUS Sabertooth, too, since it's the competitor of the UD3R V2.
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