Too bad Nokia lost people's trust with the 5800 and N97. Now if one hears about a touchscreen Nokia, they just run as fast as they can. It's really hard to regain someone's trust after a fail like the first S60v5 phones.
I bought android after I sold my 5800, and even now when I see it has evolved so much and is up to date theres no way I'm gonna go back to symbian. It's a shame, cause it looks great and it's a Nokia, but meh, those 2 years with the 5800 hurt like hell.
• Correct lap: 171 for nFinity eSports GT0
• Cars involved: #07 nFinity eSports GT0 / #55 Team Vires GT2
• Sector/time: exit of last turn
• Short description: Car no. 55 leaves track, spins then rejoins going across the track unlike many other cars who stayed put when spun and waited till clear air. We crashed, causing us suspension damage on the right side.
I had been using watercooling since the Athlon XP days, and I can tell you, you actually need case fans if you have a crowded case. If your system has the radiator built in, it's ok (well it's not since you cool it with 'hot' air), but if it's outside the PC, the inside stuff can get hot, especially when you have a lot of HDD's (which I always had). Also had a passively cooled vga, which needed the airflow in order to not to freeze. So it depends on the config, some doesnt need more fans, some does. Also it's so little noise these low rpm 120mm fans make, you don't even notice it.
You gotta use fans in a WC system unless you have some bigass car radiator. Also, many inside components needs the airflow, like hdds and some mainboard components. A proper watercooling system has better cooling performance than any bigass aircooling, has a much higher price tho.