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Old 09-20-2007, 05:26 PM   #21 (permalink)
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you could oc higher than that even without WC
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keep in mind that's 200 MHz per core which is a 10% OC. I guess I can do more seeing as my temps are very very low (30 C idle, 38 C hot) but i just havent gotten to it i guess. It runs very good for wat I use it for. As for the more $ for video card, everything in due time... my temps are
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just fyi, but the liquid you get with your thermaltake kit, if that is what you are using is definitely electrically conductive. I have heard of many a story of people who've had they're rigs fried as a result of cheap thermaltake blocks cracking.

definitely not a kit I would recommend...
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I got a question.... When I first installed this system back in april, the resivoir was full, and the system was purged, now the resivior is like halfway depleted... Where did it go? did it evaporate from a closed-loop system?
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It must of evaperated if it didn't leak?
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As your water cooling loop runs, bubbles slowly work theyre way out of the pump, radiator, and blocks.

It doesnt evaporate in a closed loop, and if it leaked, youd know it.

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