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Hello all,
Well I have not been around for a while, and no I am not cheating on overclock.net with another folding team. I have not been active in the folding world for a while. I sold all my xeon and gts450 cards, Yet I still have a dual xeon board chillen in the dungeon. I have been looking for some xeon 56xx series chips to put in the board but not seeing a really good deal for me to put up the money. I had some issues yesterday with my h60 cooler not sure *** was going on with it but the temps where getting really hot with just a semi good oc.
So I figure maybe the watercooler was reaching the end of life. So I ended up going to tiger and getting a coolermaster 212 evo and installing it. I had really good luck with the 212plus on the xeons so I figured I try air again. Every thing was going well until this morning when I got up to check the pc to see how it was doing well the sb was at 100c on every core. The fan died on the cooler in one day ***.
I am super surprised that the pc didn't shut down with the fan dead like that. OC was at 4.38ghz.
So I went back to find out that tiger didn't have anymore of the coolers so I ended up getting SilenX EFZ-120HA5 120mm Fluid Dynamic CPU Cooler. Anyways its cold in my house now so I turned the heater on.....


Edited by behappy - 10/19/13 at 1:36pm
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