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Old 11-16-2007, 01:31 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Unless you're rich. If I won the lottery, I'd but a 680i mobo, a quad-core penryn and have it nitrogen cooled, run 4 Ultra's in quad-sli, 8 gigs ram (DDR3!), 10 terabytes worth of hard drives, etc etc and of course upgrade to Verizon FiOS at 50mbps

Then I would play Crysis with everything at Very High on dual 1920x1200 42 inch monitors with AA and AF both at 16x.
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i got a 32 cfm 92mm pci-slot cooler to blow on my 8800gt on the egg for $4
plus its blue led
If you can post a link for that PCI-Slot cooler I would appreciated .
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Newegg.com - Rosewill RFX-100B 90mm PCI Slot Case Cooler - Retail
btw it looks nothing like the pic, its actually purple
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No it was not my mobo i found out that you have to manually set it no matter what mobo your useing.
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Newegg.com - Rosewill RFX-100B 90mm PCI Slot Case Cooler - Retail
btw it looks nothing like the pic, its actually purple

I have that exact cooler and it actually caused my temps to go up.
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Newegg.com - Rosewill RFX-100B 90mm PCI Slot Case Cooler - Retail
btw it looks nothing like the pic, its actually purple
I really don't care much about the color..
Do you think this will help getting out all the hot air that accumulate below my GTX at the bottom of my case which is a Sunbeam Transformer?

Btw the more CFM the better ?? Or is in some weird case only?
I ask you this because I have been looking around and found some slot cooler
that cost more and are very similar to the one you post but they have less CFM. I know CFM stand for A measurement of airflow that indicates how many cubic feet of air pass by a stationary point in one minute
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