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  1. [I.R.A]_FBi

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    well making the best with what i have ... i gots rid of all of the machining marks but th lines from my sanding are still there. the base now feels smooth to touch.
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    :eek: was it THAT rough?
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    apparently ...
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    seated that bitch .... time for some cable management
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    Do the Mobile Core 2 Duo Chips classify for the club :D?
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    yes they do ... well under the same test with 2 less fans im doing 59 degrees .. but its night ... ima leave it on and let that AsS get tight
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    thats to hot to leave over night
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    ok what should i do .. i want the ASS to cure ...
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    what is your speed at stock

    and what about your volts ?
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    i set it back to stock now 2.13 ghz

    volts 1.225
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    and you get 59 load

    if so lower the volts
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    Now to a different story:
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    Next time a customer orders a system with an antec 900, remind me to lop their head off.

    ITS SO FKING HARD TO WORK WITH FKING HELL (but it turned out okay anyway).

    EDIT: Its a nice case but... so annoying to install, lets hope the antec 1000 or what ever it will be called has holes above the mobo and under the mobo so it makes it 999999999999999999x easier to route stuff.
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    thats the lowest volts the board has
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    thats sucks, cuz it hot there right?

    what about setting 7X266 see if that brings the CPU temp lower
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    just got fed up and plugged it out ... i wonder if somethign is wrong with the chip ... might sell it
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    [​IMG] .... no reply?
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    Well you laped the coolr right did you use aleast 1000,1200 grit sandpaper

    Cuz what kind of temps did you get when you got it ?

    And do you have any case fans ?

    And what are your room temps ?
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    i used 600 thats the most i could find (small town in jamaica)

    it was worse when i got it .. regularly running up to 61 degrees under load with stock voltage and bus

    had 5 case fans 2 120 and 3 80 mm ... took out two yesterday ... they got annoying

    room temps 35-37 degrees
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    Well the 1000+ grit are in auto part stores (autozone type stores) thats where I got mine, but do you have any store like that near by ?

    and which fans did you take out 120MM or 80MM

    and why dont you play some music to drown out the noise from the fans
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    one of each ... ill try those stores
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    Hmm.....i am itching to test the mobile part of the Core 2 Duo series in terms of OC but i cant find a good motherboard for it. Any recommendations?
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    well keep the 120MM fans as they have more CFM over the 80MM with less speed GL
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    they sound like turbines yo ..
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    :laugh: well what kind of fans are they ?
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    Don't tell me you got one of those PAPST server grade fans............

    Dont they have a fan controller? I recommend you save up for an antec 900 man... seriously.

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