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post #11 of 15
stick to lam-tron for nice ones biggrin.gif
post #12 of 15
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Lastly (I think) I need 6 120mm fans so cost is an issue here, I can't justify a tenner each on these, so can anyone recommend some quiet but reasonably powerful 120mm fans?

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post #13 of 15
for just case fans ? are for a radiator ?
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Case fans, thinking of bitfenix spectres.

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New case up and running, just cycling the cpu to bed the paste then I shall get back to OCing, so far temps 10 degrees lower eek.gif Ran a quick test on gpu, highest was 64 as opposed to 81, however it was not a full test.

Oddly enough when setting back up, the board did not keep any bios settings, even the cmos reset, maybe a dud battery? Just thought would that mean my bios will have reset to factory version? Reflash might be required, I will have to check tomorrow.

I have setup back to 3.5ghz and dropped my volts by 0.1 aswell, which may account for some of the large temp drop. rolleyes.gif

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