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Old 03-03-2005, 07:30 AM   #41 (permalink)
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Hey Nubius, you should look into using your BigWater to help cool the card...if its possable. I know it isn't an advanced setup, but it would be pretty good effect don't you think?
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2.3GHZ for me is 170MHZ less than i usually run it at. Yeah my ram will be overclocked.
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Old 03-03-2005, 04:46 PM   #43 (permalink)
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Hey Nubius, you should look into using your BigWater to help cool the card...if its possable. I know it isn't an advanced setup, but it would be pretty good effect don't you think?
Nah, my CPU isn't cool enough as it is for my liking so a GPU cooler would just be rather ineffective...well I mean it'd work no doubt, but then I gotta also cool that CPU that converts the PCI-E bus to AGP bus with something, and all the GPU coolers have a minimum of 3/8" tubing from what I've seen, bigwater is 1/4" and adapters are far and few between.

I think I'm going to wind up selling this bigwater for like $75 or something, save up my money again, and just build one myself. It's a good kit for beginners but I want PERFORMANCE cooling

Also for this particular setup we're all going to have stock HSF to see who our systems and different brand cards perform.

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For stock testing purposes we need to all run our RAM at 200MHz for good comparison of just CPU and GPU
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