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right now i just wish i had a pci e video card so i could max this celly out
is this celly your 24/7 PC? If you mean PCIE GPU consider this that costs pocket change http://cgi.ebay.com/ATI-Dell-D33A27-...QQcmdZViewItem.
Well sopme do not think this pocket change but for a GPU it is.. althoguh I wonder what it can offer.
    
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get a nice entry level 8000 sseries for a couple hundred... but If you want to lower the temps further on your proc I'd suggest lapping, when you lap you get a flat surface and if you have two flat surfaces the connected surface area allows for better transfer of heat, and less on your proc. Removing the IHS is really only usefull for extreme cooling measures, such as LN2, dry ice, or good phase (such as before's grosse bertha).
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is this celly your 24/7 PC? If you mean PCIE GPU consider this that costs pocket change http://cgi.ebay.com/ATI-Dell-D33A27-...QQcmdZViewItem.
Well sopme do not think this pocket change but for a GPU it is.. althoguh I wonder what it can offer.
That was one of the first ATI Pci-express cards...even older than mine, lol

OH, yeah, sorry i forgot...plus its a DELL lol
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