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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by OneMoar, Dec 4, 2010.

  1. OneMoar

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    so yea .. stock AM3 cooler is garbage so I manged to cram this in there
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    next Upgrades will be a NewPsu And a 6870 after XMAS

    inb4ripping my motherboard a new one
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    holy crap ... i need to buy 2 more monitors to see that
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    ops my bad Fixed
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    that's a pretty sweet cooler, been thinking about getting one, but so far the stock fan keeps my cpu around 100F/43C... haven't seen it go higher than 125F/52C, and that's with it overclocked from 2.8 to 3.25. not as bad as my Pent. D got tho... thing got up to 175F/80C
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    dang that looks like a tight fit haha ...

    what are your new temps compared to the old?
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    this keep my 940 @ 3.2 below 52
    I think I might need to reseat it tho or wait for the Ac5 to setup
    stock cooler was pushing 60 at stock clocks with the fan screaming
    fan had a bad bearing tho my fault I Dropped it lol
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    Is that an old Dell case or something?
    Is that a ghetto rigged fan on your NB heatsink?

    Daddy like! :)

    You should really post this in the Ghetto Mods thread unless you already did. It would be an excellent contribution.
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    its some cheap Rosewill case I need to make a new side cover for it
    yea I rigged a fan to the nb to keep it under 45c
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    Thats one big sucker of a heat sink
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    meh I just realised I screwed the mounting up DAM IT _>_
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    Is that heat sink heavy Looks like it mite Wope your mobo
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    eh its not as bad as I thought the caseside fits so tight that its
    supporting some of the weight lol bbl I need to unmount this and fix it right before i do break something
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    Whatchu talkin' bout?

    You don't mean that you didn't clip it in all the way, do you? That would be pretty epically bad.

    798g (without fan), so it aint light.

    Compared to:
    CM 212+ @ 626g
    CM V8 @ 866g
    Prolimatech Megahalems Rev.B @ 790g
    Sunbeam Core Contact Freezer 120mm @ 590g
    ARCTIC COOLING Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2 @ 520g

    It should be noted that I don't know whether those weights include the fan.
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    Looking at the p.s.u it looks like its blocking air flow two your p.s.u.
    Fan keep a eye out for your psu heat ;)
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    Big heat sink not fit small p.c. case two good lol
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    Fuuuuuu pc is DEAD refuseing to post .. tryed everything gonna order a new mobo =/
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    Because of What? Bent mobo or broken socket, or maybe something else?
    Is it really nothing you can do to fix it?
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    I tried everything cleared the CMOS tried enabling the back up bios noting cpu is not getting any power either the chip is gone or the stocket is damaged I didn't see anything obvious but then again if it broke a trace I would't be-able to see that it was really tight

    THIS Is WHY I HATE LARGE COOLERS =/
    everything was good but I reboot last nite after reseating the cooler and running prime for an hour
    Temps where much better after the reseat she just didnt wanna work no moar :(
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    You can now take your pc apart, disconnect everything and look closely for deffects, as it is not working now anyway. Also try to assemble again and turn it on in horizontal position.
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    That freaked me out a bit, dunnow why :wtf:

    Most of the people in here have tower coolers, that's not your problem :confused: you must of done something when you reseated?
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    already did that I can't see anything bent or warped ZIF stocket flexs a bit moar then it should but nothing out of tolerance
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    well Fk my life cpu is dead =/
    poped my regor back in posted right up

    ftl O well guss ill wait untill I can get the $ to go ddr3 and a x8 :p
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    Well atleast it probably wasn't your cooler, I tend to find they take out motherboards if they do go :laugh:

    I know the CPU loss isn't a laughing matter but better to see the bright side eh.

    ( look at my system specs for example :laugh: )
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    i would have rater it taken out the motherboard that I can replace :p
    this is the second x4 I have had die on me
    then again this chip was free and abused with nearly 2 volts and 80c temps so meh ..

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