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Old 05-30-2007, 10:56 PM   #41 (permalink)
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ill rather take a diamond over the air conditioning
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Considering a diamond has 900-2500 Thermal conductivity...lol I've got a product...AD5 ( Arctic Diamond 5) only $1000 for a 3.5g tube....FREE SHIPPING!
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how much is the family pack?
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Just ask your wife. "Hey baby, can I borrow this ring for just a sec.?"

What a weird thread...lol..
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omg it took hours to install and put everything together and now i turned it on and nothing appears on the screen whats going on?
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check connections: four pin processor, etc. double check everything
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all the funs turns on everything else but i dont see it boot up and it doesnt beep. I cant turn it off using the powerbutton i have to use the one on the powersupplyu.
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check connections: four pin processor, etc. double check everything
I didnt use the four pin on the processor i used 8 pin. because i dont know why. both the powersupply had 8 and 4 pin so i used the 8 instead
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The 8pin is the ESP connector or something I forget. Your motherboard should have onboard LED lights to decipher the problem. Look and see if you have any.
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Oh really? I was always told gold was a better insulator and some people used gold plated wires in homes. Hrrm sorry never learned that in chem but I do know that gold is AU and has around 200g in one mole hah. Either way diamond DESTROYS all other elements for thermal conductivity...i know this. Lol a diamond heatsink...
plus diamond is the hardest mineral, hardness scale of 10
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