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You know, you may be right, I may be able to hit 5.8 with those temps and voltages. I got this just by using your voltages at slightly below normal ambient.
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Originally Posted by m0bius View Post

You know, you may be right, I may be able to hit 5.8 with those temps and voltages. I got this just by using your voltages at slightly below normal ambient.

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post #23 of 25
What's your schedule look like? tongue.gif We should make this happen.
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I'm in vent lol

but yeah, definitely
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I'm at ihop. I do have ventriloid on here though...

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