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Old 16th January 2005, 17:46   #1
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Default Sometimes it is there for a reason ....

I find this amusing or amazing .....

I remember the time I took apart a clock just to find out what's inside. when I got older; learnt more; asked for more (questions); read more; studied more ..... I found out before I took things apart I'd better know what I was going into.

Yes, I still do experiments; I still try hard to have an open mind; but I learn to accept failure in order to succeed and not the same mistake twice.

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Old 16th January 2005, 19:24   #2
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removing the IHS on P4/A64 does have temp benefits which leads to possible higher OC; but there is a high risk involved
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