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    Default I loved you, but R.I.P. since you truly deserve it.


    Antec 3-speed 120mm case fan.
    August 2005-February 2006
    You were more than just a fan. You kept my overclocked Smithfield core (Pentium Extreme Edition 3.2GHz at 3.84GHz) from overheating so many times. You helped keep the CPU temperature at 37C when idle and 47C on load. You were truly more than just the average 120mm fan.

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    Well, enough of that shit. Bring out the pumps, tubes, and beer. And stop eating the captian crunch, damn it.
    Vol~

    thanks to Silverwmoon!

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    Hellcreator is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    *takes his hat off* ohh dear 120mm fan how you cool thee so.


    enough of that stuff.. those fans should never blow air over a cpu heatsink they should be moving air through a radiator for your water cooling system!

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    ...r.i.p lol....
    37 and 47 can't beat my water cooling ;D I can go under 15 degress easily at idle

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    Quote Originally Posted by powermog
    ...r.i.p lol....
    37 and 47 can't beat my water cooling ;D I can go under 15 degress easily at idle
    how can the temperature fall below the ambient one ???
    do you have your computer in a fridge or you live in a cold country ??

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    I'm having my PC just right outside of my room in a special case hanging other the other side of the wall. Since the temperature in Sweden now is relative low (right now 0,5 celcius), it can be a perfect solution for cooling
    The case is made by me speciality against protection from the humidity which can destroy electronic during rainy weather. Still in testing phalse though...
    The biggest problem is the distilled water by it nature cannot avoid getting freezed when it comes under zero temperature. Sounds dumb but it might cause overheating.
    Last edited by powermog; 02-18-2006 at 10:41 AM.

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    Pfft, who needs fans? http://www.tomshardware.com/2006/01/..._out_the_fans/

    Now, if you really want to keep your computer cool, this'll do as well: http://www.tomshardware.com/2003/12/...ect/index.html
    Last edited by Tedjn; 02-18-2006 at 09:36 PM.

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    N00bZ! Beat my Vapochill! -13C with 955EE Smithfield@5.25GHz!






    ...I wish.

 

 

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