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Old 05-22-2010, 05:14 AM   #31 (permalink)
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ok so i got 4 120mm fans, put 2 on the radiator cause they have better CFM then the ones that i had on the radiator before, put one of the fans that was on the radiator and put it in the front behind the bezel, and put one on the side of the case. i was planning on putting 2 on the side of the case but the fans are to thick, it would hit the tubs for the water cooler so that isnt an option. so pretty soon im going to strip my computer down and put another exhaust port at the top of my case, there is room in front of the power supply and its clear of wires... itll be perfect. ill probably do that sometime next week.. should look bling'n.




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Look at my Idle temps




and here are my load temps

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You have a quad core cpu but speedfan is only showing one core when it should show four. Speedfan would be my last choice in a monitoring program. If you want to see the big picture use Hardware Monitor

Otherwise I would recommend Core Temp

and lets see a LinX screenshot with those load temperatures
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Old 05-22-2010, 09:05 PM   #34 (permalink)
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for me it seems like Linx doesnt stress my CPU as much as prime95 does...

maybe i have the LinX settings wrong , this is the setting for my LinX

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i Ran LinX anyway, here are the scores and temps:

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nice looks goooood
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You need to click the All button before you click start. LinX is much more stressful then Prime95.

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I like how you curved your corners. Very nice job!
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