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  1. #1
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    I'm Insane! God help me!

    AHHHHH!!!!!!! I just put a heatsink on my SBLive!!!! Help me!!
    You people who think you know everything really piss people like me off who really do know everything.
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    damn OC.....you really do wanna make EVERYTHING go fast. Did you put a pelt on it too??
    No matter how good she looks, some guy, somewhere, is already tired of her chit.

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    I hate lives. mine blew up.

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    one time I was running a high fever and I wanted to slap a couple of heatsinks on my forehead to cool myself down.

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    Hmmm.. let me see....yup ... even by HWC standards that would qualify among the highest....

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    Hey

    well i amg oing to put a HS/f combo on 3 of my network cards, my sounds card and my modem! on that is some crazy sh*t!

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    I've got a peltier and an Alpha 3125 on my Gefarce, but I would like some PCI slots back

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    What does that peltier let you get to on your Geforce?
    You people who think you know everything really piss people like me off who really do know everything.
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    I copied this from an answer of mine to an eariler question by Toolbox as it's easier that typing it all again:-

    "Well I have the CLAP , and I got that to 82C once!, I think 60C is pretty normal, but it depends where you measure the temp.

    I have a tower case and measure the temp from the top of the card on the PCB the otherside of the GPU. I tried various heatsink and fan combos including a 120mm fan on it, no kidding.

    None of this really help alot as 40C was just about as low as it would go in non gaming use, I also have good case cooling (22C to 24C).

    I finally solved it with an ICE 71 peltier @ 7v on an Alpha 3125 heatsink, now running at 18C to 24C in most situations, though it will go up to 32C with FSSAA enabled. This is total overkill I know, and I only tried it as I had the peltier and alpha sitting here. I will be water cooling it soon as I'd really like some PCI slots back

    Motherboard: Abit BF6
    Front Side Bus: 140Mhz
    Processor: PIII Coppermine
    Speed: 700Mhz
    Overclocked to: 988Mhz
    Videocard: CLAP o/c'd (165/365)
    GeForce Temperature: (Gaming) normally 24C (32 peak)
    GeForce Temperature: (Non-Gaming) around 18C

    Before cooling (standard card)

    GeForce Temperature: (Gaming) 68C, max 82C
    GeForce Temperature: (Non-Gaming)around 56C"



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