Kay. Ive got two 512mb sticks of DDR400 Kingston ValuRAM. Right now, stock, theyre running 3.0-4-4-8@200MHz (CAS# - RAS# to CAS# - RAS# Precharge - Tras, incase Ive got them in the wrong, nonstandard order, or something). Ive successfully taken it down to 2.5-3-3-8@200MHz and 1.65v, but a few minutes into booting, windows would bluescreen with a video driver error. In fact, this happens whenever I change ANY timing. It only went away when I put it back to 3.0-4-4-8. Am I not giving it enough voltage, am I changing a number that I shouldnt, or is it just crappy RAM?
Next question. Ive got five hard drives (four SATA Maxtor's, and one IDE WD) in the computer, along with being watercooled. If anyone remembers me posting in other threads, I said my idle was 47°C and load was around 53°C. I think Ive figured out why, and this picture below will explain it. As you can see, the hard drives produce a lot of heat, and the only exhaust fan, other than the PSU, is through one of the watercooling radiatiors (the other is built into the resevoir, in the 5.25" bay). Would it be possible, feasable, or otherwise a good thing, to add an 80mm or 120mm fan in the PCI slots blowing outward? (there arent any cards in the computer, except for a video card). Or will this disrupt some sort of circulation thingy?