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hmmm no sorry i dont Joe, was thinking the same thing myself, but its just a little vent lol .
im sure you could make one, from your pci covers that come with the case.
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hmmmm ... I guess I could make draw one up and have my bro' laser cut a few for me at work.
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haha thats the way! custom all the way !!
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o rly? ok......go and run your computer for a few hours....then touch the Mosfets.

It is a waste NOW there wise guy?

To the topic maker: You are doing it wrong bud. You are supposed to put the grease on the CPU first....not on the hs first.
My Mosfets don't even get very hot...it depends on what kind of board you have...if the board doesn't have heat sinks already on the Mosfets, then the manufacturer didn't put them there for a reason...
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the new C2D MOSFETS get really hot, and so does the NB's as well.
I can see you have a P4 there, i have the same on my other system, and your right, with the P4 you dont need it at all, dont even need a heatsink in some cases.
You dont need to watercool your Mosfets on a C2D board either, unliess your doing some serious OCing, but they do get much hotter than what the P4 used too. I have a temp. laser gun, and without a heatsink on my P5B-Deluxe mobo, my mpsfets got up to 67C. I'd rather cooler than that
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the new C2D MOSFETS get really hot, and so does the NB's as well.
I can see you have a P4 there, i have the same on my other system, and your right, with the P4 you dont need it at all, dont even need a heatsink in some cases.
You dont need to watercool your Mosfets on a C2D board either, unliess your doing some serious OCing, but they do get much hotter than what the P4 used too. I have a temp. laser gun, and without a heatsink on my P5B-Deluxe mobo, my mpsfets got up to 67C. I'd rather cooler than that
Ah, didn't know about them getting hotter when pushing a C2D...I better keep that in my notes for when i upgrade, then.
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hmmm not really Ira, the thing is i have a really bad E6600, i put the vCore to like 1.7 and it still wont hit 4.0!!!
but with my watercooling my CPU, and my SilenX fans at half the speed, i did a whole day of testing my E6600, and no matter what vCore i put, it never reached over 52C, so i think thats pretty good
I'll be gettin a quad soon, so lets see how it does with that

but my GPU loop, i can push my GPU alot more, its idle is 38C. but its load is 42C, thats not bad huh!!! a delta of 4C.
That EK block is doing pretty well i would say!, pluss my MOFSETS and NB in the same loop!! its doing a great job haha
the MCR rad with the yate loons in doing really well also, i can feel the heat being pulled out the rad. Some higher CMF fans on there and im sure i would get another 2-3C drop.
I guess the real test will come with the quad for my CPU loop [/quote]



Hey that sounds good...I read somewhere that an Oc'ed quad-core puts out around 200W of heat...So the 480 GTX wont even begin to be loaded down with that....I'm thinking about a quad with a 437W pelt on it and I think the rad can handle the load....I hope it will anyway...
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lol ya it should...it better!!! haha i guess only time will tell. Those quads do get rather hot, so lets put this system of mine to a test!!!cant wait
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Look nice!? They look sexy, I'll sign a prina with them and get married./
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Check this link here ... http://www.overclockers.com.au/artic...?id=519919&P=2

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... we found that the QX6700 at 2.66 GHz is running clearly hotter than a E6700 at 2.66 GHz. When idling, the QX6700 system was consuming around 145 Watt and the CPU running at 44C. Under full load with all 4 cores 100% utilized the QX6700 was consuming 270 Watt and running at 69C with the provided heatsink.
Not exact numbers ... but a good basis for calculating a peltier for quad beasties !
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