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Old 11th June 2004, 08:48   #1
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I finally got some ClearFlex, and Supercool water additive. So I decided to reconfigured my whole system. Some might remember the first pics I put up with hoses running out the side of the case. Well, I didnt wat to run my system without a side panel forever. I also have added a Fan controller to shut down fans when I am not gaming. Makes it real quite. I have gotten some real nice gains. Idle at 19-20C and after 8hrs of Prime95 the max recorded temp was 27C. I say that is real nice. System is running at 3.3 right now and I am having trouble getting anymore out of it. I also threw a fan on the NB and it seemed to help some as well. Top it all off with a new Raid0 w/ 2 Maxtor 80gb HD. Now lets see the pics!!!

My Boring front panel(please I need ideas)


Front Angle


Side Shot


Night Shot


I think its an improvement. I am still working on the side panel, I wanted to get everything else finished before I worried about the panel. Hope yall like!
 
Old 11th June 2004, 08:59   #2
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it's kinda flashy
but very good performance at 26C!
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Old 11th June 2004, 09:34   #3
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what rad are you using because that are killer temps @ 20 degrees idle
 
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I think his Asus P4P800 is showing temps too low.
because his C/W is at 0.09 ...
which is better then the BEST watercooling setups out there

and this is calculated with his CPU running at default voltage and at 3300Mhz, if he uses more voltage then the C/W will be even lower!

best C/W @ OC.com: 0.13 C/W
http://www.overclockers.com/articles373/wbsum.asp
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Old 11th June 2004, 15:59   #5
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I am not exactly sure what you are talking about, but I am running 3 different temp programs that all say the same thing. I am sure that the temp arent 100% exact, but I also dont work in a scientific lab or any thing. I supposed if I had probed it I might have gotten more acurate results, but even the temp probes I have say the are 2+- either way. I am just taking it at face value. It is also about 68F in my room, because the of the AC. Vegas is HOT!





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Old 11th June 2004, 16:05   #6
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I'm not saying you are misleading people, just saying that the Asus P4P800 does;

"I am not exactly sure what you are talking about, but I am running 3 different temp programs that all say the same thing"

the problem is not the software but the motherboard , it shows temperature -8C too low.

so add 8C to your temps and they will be more accurate

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Motherboard temperature sensor error: The ASUStek P4P800 P4 board is known to underreport the CPU diode temperature by ~8C. All the temperatures in the tables below are compensated by adding 8C to the readings reported by MBM5.
http://www.silentpcreview.com/article167-page3.html
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with the 8C included in the results

load temps @ 34C
C/W: 0.15

seems more correct


how do I get this value:
http://www.madshrimps.be/gotofaqlink.php?linkid=2030

select your CPU from dropdown list
fill in overclocked MHz
fill in overclocked voltage

note the 88% Wattage value

scroll down to "Calculate Your C/W"

in your case (no pun intended )

Computer case air temp: 20C
Processor high temp: 34 C
Processor wattage : 92 Watt

C/W Value: 0.15217391304347827
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Nice Setup. Dude.

I think they are saying the best W/C setup is 0.13 C/W; which is 13C above ambient at 100 Watts. If room temp is 20 C, the best temp will be 20+13 = 33C at 100 Watts.

The best air cooling I think is at 0.20 C/W.
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Originally posted by lazyman
The best air cooling I think is at 0.20 C/W.
0.14 C/W actually
http://www.overclockers.com/articles373/p4sum.asp



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Yeah, my SLK800U could do 0.15 C/W.

Plus CV, to get another 0.03 C/W or reduce the fan speed to arrive the same value.

Sorry, JohniNitro. This has nothing to do with your very nice setup honestly. Keep up the good work. We like it sincerely.
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