I realize there is a few danish words in there, but it should be obvious which product it is anyway.
I would very much like some feedback on this build, as well as some general tips on how to assemble it all, as I've never actually built my own pc before.
Yes, I realize I need to do a bit of hacking to get it to work with an ATI card in the system.
I play pretty much all kinda games, so the chance of stumbling upon one with physX supported is pretty big I'd say. I'm not really sure how much it adds excactly, but with the price you can get a 9500GT for, its hard to go wrong.
Also, I can enter the post editor, but when I press submit it tells me I'm not allowed to edit the post.
Edit: Hmm..seems its the full edit thing that doesn't work, whereas quick edit does. Odd.
Well everyone seems to corner Zalman, I don't know why, that is why I have bought CNPS9500, because I wanna see it personally. My Q6600 ,@3.0GHz never goes above 51'C with it.
After using Zalman for quite some time now, I can say Zalman is OK, the only problems using Zalman is that it is loud for high rpm, and a little expensive, to get the same quality you can get it cheaper and more silent by using other brands.
That is why i have said it is OK, but of course there are still lots of good or better options out there, cooler master 212, and xigmatek HT-S1283 are also among those in my favorite list. I personally like Zalman's fans form. Just pick the one you like.
And...follow jonnyli's tip to install not only cooler master 212 but all non stock cpu fans (because usually/more likely, they are bigger than the stock fan).
As for thermaltake element, choosing a casing is not a very big problem, just pick the one you like, thermaltake produces also good qualities casings (alltough thermaltake has never been on my shopping list until now, but this is just because I don't like the looks, so.... just personal taste).