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Old 14th May 2003, 17:53   #21
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Originally posted by piotke
could you try over 14 ?

some people can boot with the 14 multi, not higher.
For OC'ing the uneven multi's 11 - 13 and 15 should be good. Seems kinda sensitive about multi's: some have succes at 13, no go at 14, but succes at 15 :wtf: Roulette anyone ?

I'm not going to try it out till i have a new case. This one is too hot and i need it for work. Replacing a cpu when having a removeable mobotray takes 10 minutes top ... takes quite a bit longer in my cramped case.

@ Bleam: i gave you 3 fine links, here's N4:
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Old 14th May 2003, 18:13   #22
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Fine, thanks

those are indeed fine links, and the 4th one is verry fine

overall: fine
Old 14th May 2003, 18:17   #23
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I'm going to buy Asetek coolbocks from the waterchill
eheim 1048 pump
self made res
no pelts (yet... until I know how to use 'm well)
Old 7th August 2003, 16:26   #24
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Originally posted by Bleam
Done some googeling:
It's just a normal watercooling setup with different blocks or something? dunt get it :/ value=14&contentSection=2&menuID=-1
Lolz, I don't think he meant the Asetek Waterchill, but a waterchiller. This is used to chill water for example in Aquariums!!
Old 7th August 2003, 22:08   #25
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Maybe use a pelt to cool the water that's flowing to your case. Not too much (condens) but just that whee bit to bring it below room temp.

If you do plan on using pelts in the main rig. Do keep in mind that a normal PSU isn't designed to be stressed only on the +12V line. You'd be better of with a 300W-350W 12V DC convertor.

But pelts are a very dangerous, inefficient and expensive way of cooling things.
They add up to 90% of the PC's total heat output. Which in this weather is a killer unless you have good airco.
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