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post #421 of 7309 Old 10-16-2010, 09:52 PM
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I use it for testing stuff; in this case, unlocking some rana's =)
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The only thing I have done that could be considered a "ghetto mod" is zip tying 2 fans to my heatsink.

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I had to Hot Glue the heatsink on my classified..

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i will raise your ghetto mod...and add mine
delta socket 478 SFF blower out of an old HP D530SFF PC, used as a suction exhaust for my gpu heat from 2 8600GTSs

please note the electrical tape, i have since mounted it with 2 "L" brackets and some self tapping metal screws to the back of my case

dropped the temps on my 8600GTS cards from 86C and 84C to 70C and 69C

currently only running on 7 volts to keep the noise non audible
The metal looks like masonite... purely craptastic and wonderful

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a friend from work did this




to cool the laptop

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a friend from work did this




to cool the laptop
not bad at all

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post #428 of 7309 Old 10-27-2010, 04:11 PM
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Intake made from cardboard and fans, dropped my temps ~10C

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CPU intake and memory cooling:


GPU intake:



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LOL that's ghetto

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