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Old 01-10-2005, 01:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default I need some serious cooling help?

Right now under full load im getting 53c on my cpu and whatever abit-eq calls the pwm(is this the chipset?) im getting around 60c
Looking for some opinions on some awesome cases with great airflow, tell we what fans and crap would be best with it. i have this $50 heatsink from cooler master but its not doing what the reviews said it would so i need some ideas on that as well.

Thanks anyone

MB - Abit IS7-E2G; CPU - P4 3.0e Prescott now at 3.5 with Cooler Master HYPER 6; Ram - 1024 Xerox pc3700 pushed to the max
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Old 01-10-2005, 01:29 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Dam you should be getting better temperatures using that hyper 6.

Try running 2 fans on your hyper 6, 1 on each side, i sucking air in , the other blowing air out. A Cooler Master Stacker is a very good case with good cooling.
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