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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. aCid888*

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    Get some Ultra Kaze fans..they work well @ 133cfm and 38mm. :)


    Edit: Pretty cheap too.
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    What heatsink or rad?

    I'll let you know ;)
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    I was thinking kazes a fan controller.

    It's for a H50
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    There were e a couple FS here for $9 a piece. Those would be real nice on a 120.3 with a fan controler.
    Chicken Patty says thanks.
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    check out this OC on my 9600GT. its fully stable but should i go for more?

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    waa dude thats nuts
    from what I see you've done 100mhz+ to the GPU clock 202mhz+ on the memory and 220Mhz+ on the shader. I had a 9600GT doing sli once but as I remember the fans were pretty loud. I would stay there though, are you using the nvidia software to do the OC'ing?
    Oh and is this, your card?
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Yes evil that is the exact card i have
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    Latest update to the farm:
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    And of course the Tech Station:
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    how is the stock waterblock on the gigabyte board?
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    Pretty good:
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    Better than 50C!!!
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    isnt that a tad high that voltage? thats what i'm running on my CO
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    Yeah that does seem high:cool:
    I do not know why I didn't see that earlier. Currently reducing VCore...

    Okay ~ made an adjustment to VCore and QPI:
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    think its called fenris?
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    Titan Fenrir, and that's the x-mas edition :)
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    Fenrir, thats the name:p
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    Had I known I could get a red cooler, I'd have got one the second it was out!
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    Just had a quick look and got this Titan Fenrir "Limited Edition" -- Although looks like a handful of people beat me to it though :D

    --Lee
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    Scan.co.uk have it in stock for £37.47 plus P&P

    Guess it wouldn't out perform my TRUE though?
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    It's close, and a damn good cooler.
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    Ooopsie, I should have looked at your location and post a more appropriate link hehe! Thing is you can knock P&P off that if you went and picked it up, that's what I do as it costs me less fuel to pick up from scan than it does P&P :D

    Although it depends on where abouts in the UK you're from :)

    --Lee
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    Yep, I posted the specs to those fans in Dark2099's FS thread and they went within 5 minutes, great fans for the price. :)
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    Bedfordshire area. Where do you pick up from?
    Cheers.
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    Ahh, if I was you I'd stick to postage mate as it's a good 170miles (roughly) from Bedforshire to Scan itself in Bolton...

    Unless you're bothered much about petrol lol, the postcode to Scan is BL6 6PE :)

    --Lee
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    Haha! Yeah, think I'll stick to them posting it in that case!
    Thanks though.

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