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    Unfortunately a lot of these newfangled heatsinks...

    Unfortunately a lot of these newfangled heatsinks have ****e availability where I live, I got the ninja based on my past experience with the Scythe Mine cooler and another Ninja I got with another...
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    Ninja 2, temps still high?

    I just put a Ninja scythe (link below) on my system and the temps are still high, it's @ 3.5Ghz and the temps in TAT are reading like 60, I've checked the heatsink clips and they are all down solid,...
  3. It's always about temperature, there's a...

    It's always about temperature, there's a temperature zone when monitoring the cpu when it gets to a certain temp for a period of time. I've been using my system for a while above the regular gamut...
  4. Orthos and prime 95 not real world tests for "stability" for some

    I've been playing with my system for a long time and the usage patterns of what I do, versus that of Orthos, prime 95 and Intel's thermal analysis tool, process data in an unnatural way for everyday...
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    Yeah for sure the review is somewhat flawed but...

    Yeah for sure the review is somewhat flawed but it's probably one of the best you'll find on the internet that actually *measures* the malfunction speed, etc. Reviewing mice is hardly an exact...
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    Who makes those? I've never heard of them...

    Who makes those? I've never heard of them before. Also note many "Gaming mice" are like those "monster cables" that you overpay for, i.e. you're overcharged for the same mouse sensor in a different...
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    Yeah looks like a better design then the old...

    Yeah looks like a better design then the old storm. Also of note: I found from my watercooling experiments that a good amount of pressure on waterblocks is necessary for optimum cooling with some of...
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    Haha! Yeah right... they referred me to their...

    Haha! Yeah right... they referred me to their store... how kind of them! lol.
  9. My comments and experiences with swiftech storm waterblock (general design)

    While the swiftech storm is a decent block, there are design decisions made that make it frustrating to deal with. Compared to my old cheap waterblock in terms of general design, the swiftech storm...
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    You sure they are not custom made by swiftech? ...

    You sure they are not custom made by swiftech? What I was wondering, could even replace them?
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    YOU ARE THE MAN!!! I did it, I fixed the damn...

    YOU ARE THE MAN!!! I did it, I fixed the damn thing... only thing is now I'm out one 3/8" "inlet" screw barb.
  12. Note you are not comparing what I have, I have...

    Note you are not comparing what I have, I have the bigwater SE, BIG DIFFERENCE

    http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=15937&vpn=CL-W0005-01&manufacture=THERMALTAKE

    The waterblock is...
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    It partially worked for now! It's maybe 1/4 the...

    It partially worked for now! It's maybe 1/4 the way out but with the "tool" I am using I am trying not to damage it, so I'm taking my time with it... heh.
  14. Careful not to go insane now, what does 5C truly...

    Careful not to go insane now, what does 5C truly buy you in terms of maximum overclock? Hardly anything at all, especially when air after market air coolers are so good now. Like I said: 5C is...
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    broke Swiftech storm.... need suggestions.

    I busted my storm, and I need suggestions on how to fix it. See the video below:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxRrJ-5an0o
  16. FYI: Swiftech storm, waterblocks, and what is truly important in a WC setup....

    Alright, I'd just like everyone to know that I have done comparisons now between Swiftech storm waterblock and my cheap Thermaltake bigwater SE waterblock... now I have to tell you, that the...
  17. No not yet, I'm not sure how exactly with the...

    No not yet, I'm not sure how exactly with the cover on it, what was you experience like? I may just do that, but I want to know how much of a pain in the ass it is. lol.

    When I got my Scythe...
  18. I've also discovered some other interesting...

    I've also discovered some other interesting effects james!

    We take a static FSB such as 405mhz, and a CPU at 1.5325 volts, and an FSB of stock voltage. We try to boot it into windows and it...
  19. Indeed... I have confirmed it, be warned if you...

    Indeed... I have confirmed it, be warned if you overvolt the FSB it may force you into staying there to maintain the FSB speed... I lost the ability to maintain higher fsb's at lower volts, the...
  20. Careful with overvolting the fsb - 975X, also any good voltage reading programs?

    I've noticed some 'strange' behavior when messing around with voltages, for instance, in order to get beyond 420mhz bus speed with stability, I had to up the fsb voltage to 1.50, but this had a ...
  21. Thread: Help Please

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    Go get you motherboard manual for the intel...

    Go get you motherboard manual for the intel board, look up where the CMOS jumper is in the diagram in the manul.

    Open up the case and then short the cmos (change the jumper) turn it on, turn it...
  22. A quick note on how add in cards add to temps....(i.e. X-Fi, audigy)

    Well after I installed my X-Fi, temperatures raised by from 6-9C, so just so you know the more components you have generating more heat the more likely you'll need even better cooling. I was doing...
  23. Also if you've got ram in dual channel...

    Also if you've got ram in dual channel configuration always test with a single stick to see how far you can go with if you want to know to see the maximum overclock you can get to. Usually I've...
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    If you're not looking to spend a lot don't bother...

    If you're not looking to spend a lot don't bother with watercooling, get an aftermarket heatsink. If money is not really much of an issue then get a good watercooler that will last you.

    If...
  25. What watercooling bought an E6600... some wisdom for those yet to take the plunge!

    With a regular heatsink my E6600 would not totally stabilize at 3.5Ghz for long lengths of time even with increased voltage because of heat.

    The maximum stable clockspeed I could reach on an...
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