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Old 02-12-2006, 05:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Supert Cold TEMPS!!! time to OC

WOW GUYS I have the greatest temps right now!!!

here they are on idle, air cooled and i only have 4 case fans (120x2 80x2) fans arn't tornadoes either, there 2 aspire 120s' and 2 80 thermatake
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CPU - P4 2.66GHz - Artic cooler 7 |23C|
GPU - Radeon 9600XT - Zalma |23C|
MOBO - DFI LanParty 875p-T

case temps are 71F

TIME FOR SOME SUPER OC

my case temp is is 2 degrees C above room temp
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nice!!! good luck on your ocing. Might hit close to 3 ghz on that.
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nice!!! good luck on your ocing. Might hit close to 3 ghz on that.
ya i hope maby

im kinda having troble OCing it rigth now, LOTS of reseting Cmos
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Are you using an aftermarket HSF? If so, what?
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Are you using an aftermarket HSF? If so, what?
what do you mean?
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an aftermarket fan like a zalman CNPS9500, somethinglike this.....

.... http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835118223
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ya i have a artic 7 i said that in the post
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When I first turn on my PC it's 23 (room temp) but then rises a bit looks like you did a good job on cooling.
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When I first turn on my PC it's 23 (room temp) but then rises a bit looks like you did a good job on cooling.

lol no its stable like that, its wierd tho, it goes from 23-26 back and forth, back and forth, its funny

heres some pics, this is how i get cold air RIGHT to my cpu
front 5.25 bay is not solid, it is greatid, so i took my 80mm and stuck it as a intake right there, really coold air right into the case

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ya i have a artic 7 i said that in the post
No, I wanted to know if you are using the stock HSF (heat sink fan) that came with the CPU or an aftermarket one.
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