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Old 03-16-2009, 01:06 AM   #11 (permalink)
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After you see some of the stuff Ric0h and PcBoy post, you might think otherwise...

Also, your animated avatar and sig are nasty for people with slower computers.
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After you see some of the stuff Ric0h and PcBoy post, you might think otherwise...
That is not really appropriate mate.

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Also, your animated avatar and sig are nasty for people with slower computers.
I have dial up and it is fine for me...
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That is not really appropriate mate.
Do I care?
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Do I care?
Nope that is why I love your posts. They are blunt and to the point. You have the knack of saying what everyone else is thinking.

What differences do you see in temps if you run with the side panel off? I have been known to run with the side panel off and a fan blowing directly on overheating parts. That would tell you if a side panel fan would help. And do what hikaricloud suggested and clean up some of those wires.
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Nope that is why I love your posts. They are blunt and to the point. You have the knack of saying what everyone else is thinking.

What differences do you see in temps if you run with the side panel off? I have been known to run with the side panel off and a fan blowing directly on overheating parts. That would tell you if a side panel fan would help. And do what hikaricloud suggested and clean up some of those wires.
lol, good to know.

Anyways, I still think his best bet is to use Rivatuner or ATitool or whatever it is people are using these days and crank up the fan speed.

If you still have heat problems then you may want to consider investing in either a larger case with more airflow, aftermarket heatsinks, or just simply running a box fan blowing into your case when gaming...

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Anyways, I still think his best bet is to use Rivatuner or ATitool or whatever it is people are using these days and crank up the fan speed.
Still? You never said that before....
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Still? You never said that before....
Could have sworn I saw it mentioned earlier in the thread...

Regardless, I can still think something and not post it.
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I have dial up and it is fine for me...
I thought it was very appropriate , mate
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After you see some of the stuff Ric0h and PcBoy post, you might think otherwise...

Also, your animated avatar and sig are nasty for people with slower computers.
Roger that. I also appreciate Aspire's way of being blunt , and to the point , and the sarcasm is hilarious!
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Don't double post newbie, just edit your first post.
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