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Old 03-28-2006, 04:51 AM   #21 (permalink)
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i would like to know what your overclock is.....frequency and vcore.
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is the delta compatible with the MOBO CPU fan controller connector??
Delta fans draw a lot of current, mine draws 15 times more current than the stock fan and it actually comes with a warning not to connect it to your motherboard as you will burn out the fan header.


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well..... i'd just max it and turn the music up, lol.

i take it you max it when gaming etc?
Its hard to appreciate how loud one of these is until you get one, I tried maxing it for about 1/2hr whilst gaming and I ended up with a headache.
I like good cooling but I also like to be able to hear myslef speak on the phone etc
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my overclock was AMD 64 3700+ to fsb: 240 Multiplier: 10 and v core ~ 1.36 but I was having problems with slow memory. so I changed that to FSB: 210 and Multiplier: 11.
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How hard is it to install the Big Typhoon....is it like the CNPS9500 that needs a backplate under the motherboard....god thats so ****ing annoying...
haha... The ASUS A8N32 SLi Deluxe comes with the back plate already... so my 9500LED installation was a snap...

and about that wire management... phew... wow...


I have the same PSU and I spent 5 hours wire sleeving it to make it absolutely perfect. "In retrospect, it was well worth it." I'll be posting my pics as soon as I get my hands on my 7900GTX. Then she shall be complete...
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haha... The ASUS A8N32 SLi Deluxe comes with the back plate already... so my 9500LED installation was a snap...

and about that wire management... phew... wow...


I have the same PSU and I spent 5 hours wire sleeving it to make it absolutely perfect. "In retrospect, it was well worth it." I'll be posting my pics as soon as I get my hands on my 7900GTX. Then she shall be complete...
Look forward to some pics....what the best stuff for sleeving?, i havent found anything small enough for little wires.....i dont like that thick green /seethrough crap....
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