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Old 12-28-2005, 11:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default CPU/GPU fan // V-Card issue

First things first, you can see what I have from my sig, so, what do you suggest in terms of GPU and CPU fans?

Next, I have quite an issue with my GFX card. I have a X800XL 265MB. They aren't supossed to come with a 6-pin molex.... but mine did. I've checked everything again and again, the box it came in, the stickers on the card, the drivers, everything. It is a X800XL 256mb. It came with a 6-pin molex and lacks art on the fan vent thing. Is this a common problem? I think I just got luck or something, I can clock it further now because it has more power.

*EDIT* I don't know why I put this in the high performance thread, plz don't flame

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Old 12-29-2005, 12:32 AM   #2 (permalink)
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If it has no connector on the card, then don't plug it in, you could fry your components.

Most people don't really opt to upgrade CPU or GPU fans unless they are overclocking or real sticklers for noise reduction. In which case I would reccomend Zalman's line of quality coolers. They offer coolers for both processors and gpu's.
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