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9 120mm fans break down to 5 case fans 4 for 240mm raditor in push pull
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Originally Posted by MrPerforations View Post

try this, 17x multiplier ,hit a 250 ht and it should auto voltage at 4250. iam using less voltage than stock,try that and lose some heat.
you need to watch the temp,amd overdrive or what ever tools you got with that mobo,watch the highest and not seperate core temps,there estimated.
have fun!!!
i have a 3800 using only 1.25 volts
you really need a after market cooler,you really need a water cooling close loop at least to clock,my temp are maxing with a zalman performa cooler.mad.gif

Thanks i'll try it a bit later when i get my water coolant
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