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Old 06-21-2006, 10:07 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Old 06-21-2006, 10:27 PM   #12 (permalink)
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That green is really cool, good job.
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Very noice job man.
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and did you oc your 7800GT? if so i would like to know what it is at
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I had it at 510-520/1200-1250 on air

currently awaiting ramsinks... (stupid me forgot to get some)

after that, ill probly try and hit 600/1300
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yah good luck with that hopefully ill get 550/1250 with my new vf900
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I think you should flip your radiator around so the inlets are facing the pc. The fans, i think, should be sucking air in from inside the case because in the back is where its all hot. Also, if you flip your rad around you wont have that foot or so of tubing sticking out of ur pc to the rad, looks to me like its asking for a little kid to tug on it or a cat to play w/ it.
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Well, the tubing would not fit if I had the radiator turned the other way around, and im not worried about the tubing gettin pulled out on the back. (Worm Clamps and epoxy :P )

So, try to think before you make suggestions. Also in regards to a post made by you to someone who also has the gigabyte case, the hard drives use rails and are impossible to mount backwards
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