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Yeah i turned the knob and soon enough it began idling at ~22 C (**Should i worry about condensation? I am going to overclock it eventually which will increase the temp, but until then...**) and loading at around 45. My problem is now that i simply do not have enough power to run the processor even at stock speed and voltage. As a result i've had to underclock my computer to get it to boot windows. However, this unfortunate event will be remidied soon with a purchase of a new, bigger, PSU. I was told to look into a 700+ watt Silverstone. I would love some second opinions on this since the silverstone PSUs run somewhat high in price, and i am looking for something that is a bit cheaper, but still reliable.
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post #12 of 15
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double post... damn
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post #13 of 15
I never use the Thermal Control Module on my FreeZone. Without it my X6800 at 4GHz (1.4350v) idles at 29C and load at 40C.
post #14 of 15
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How do i remove the thermal control module and still run it? doesn't it require the TCM in order to run or would i just plug it directly into the powersupply and mobo?
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post #15 of 15
The temperature sensor at the top has a wire that you plug into the TCM. The only things you need plugged into the TCM are the 4pin connector, the molex connector, and the pump.
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