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    Geforce running hot....

    Allo
    When i touch the back of gf where the chip is, it seems as if it is very very hot. it this normal, if not how can i fix it??
    Intel P4 2.26GH/z @ 2.26GH/z
    Epox 4G4A+
    512mb Corsair PC-2700 DDR XMS RAM

    Running Win2K Professional (SP3)

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    Why fix it when you can cook eggs on it? :P
    Anyhow.. the only thing i think you could do is get a better heatsink/fan for it.


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    use fleece's cel 466 HSF u got and stick 2 the chipset like i did with ur 433
    http://www.techpatrol.com.au/pages/a...nt2blorbed.htm

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    Thank you for booting windows for the first time "Error, This program has performed an illegal operation and will be shutdown"

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    Great page, dutch_w. That might even motivate me to actually do it!

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    thx dutchy
    sif i am not gonna do that
    Intel P4 2.26GH/z @ 2.26GH/z
    Epox 4G4A+
    512mb Corsair PC-2700 DDR XMS RAM

    Running Win2K Professional (SP3)

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