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Old 15th August 2005, 22:33   #1
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Default Asetek WaterChill 3/8" ID Power Kit, CPU/GPU/NB Waterblocks w/ Triple 120mm Radiator

My initial expectations of this kit is that in it's complete configuration it will provide very reasonable performance but that better performance could be achieved with a little "twinking" of the components. I am a believer that there is more to be lost by water cooling the Chipset then is to be gained by it in most circumstances. That being said, many enthusiasts operate their systems in warmer environments and the addition of the Chipset cooler would be a welcome option indeed for these folks.

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OC @ 3.77MHz @ 1.14Vcore
Nice vcore - 20% below default with 770 mhz overclock; how does he do it.

System temp is lower than ambient temp is another myth to me.
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well, let's ask em
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Try not makig errors while asking such questions

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how come the system temp is higher then the ambient temperature?
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You are correct

How come system temp is lower than ambient??
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Oh, perhaps it would be a better question, so that we don't offend people on typo as I often do that.

I did double check; system temps reported are lower than ambient stated.
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