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Old 09-11-2004, 08:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Nubius i hope u reply to this. earlier i had a post called Overlclocking AMD or something and for some reason it wont let me reply to what you said but it lets me make a new topic.... so anyway here it goes.

i told u i had a raidmax case with my PSU that has a outtake fan and the 2 side fans which are both outtake. well i desided to try switching one around so air would be flowing in my case and not just trying to suck all the hot air out. i did it and it dropped the case temp 8 degrees celcius. now i get about 50 degrees idle and 26-28 case temp.

i have a open fan spot right behind the processor (its only 60mm) which i plan to fill.

I want to get a new heatsink/fan but i really have no clue where to start. if you forgot i have a amd 3000+ with 33 fsb. any help will be appreciated.

ALSO what do you mean i have to lock my AGP to 66 and my PCI to 33. How do i go about doing this?
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