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I don't think this is from OCN though. I found this on die internetz once upon a time.
+1 rep You founded it..One more time for me to laugh at it again. Thanks again for finding it!
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And AT the OP when you get what Pioneer says done.. Whenever I get my 8800GTS on some good water cooling like my CPU you can have my stock cooler!
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lol wanna know what I started on?

Ultra pII(?)500mhz POS and managed to overclock it to 550mhz hahah
good ol' mobo jumpers.
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Sounds sexy to me.. Just bump up the PSU for a little more future proofing!

@ Pioneer I too started on a DELL DIMENSION 2400 so i have no room to talk!
I know but I got the Antec Sonata III case with the psu for $96 and no rebate to mess with.
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You should save stuff like this I do =p
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I know but I got the Antec Sonata III case with the psu for $96 and no rebate to mess with.
Thats cool man it will last. Nothing to rush just a suggestion!
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No offense sir. but you FAIL! you know you could have just taken off the fan shroud and fan and strapped a 80mm fan the the Heatsink. You wouldn't have voided and warranties(since you could put the shroud and stuff back on easily). and since the airflow to the already under cooled Athlon has been compromised, it will most likely overheat. And forget about any service from dell!

there are so many other things I could tell ya about ur phail but... wow... that's pretty much all else i can muster to say...
Well, I won't be quite that blunt, but I must ask...why?

First and foremost, why a 8800 GTS? Seems that a single-slot 8800GT from the same manufacturer would have been a much more appropriate choice. At this performance level, you're seriously CPU-bound anyways, so the minimal performance increase is a moot point...

Regardless, best of luck with your mutilated graphics card...
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No offense sir. but you FAIL! you know you could have just taken off the fan shroud and fan and strapped a 80mm fan the the Heatsink. You wouldn't have voided and warranties(since you could put the shroud and stuff back on easily). and since the airflow to the already under cooled Athlon has been compromised, it will most likely overheat. And forget about any service from dell!

there are so many other things I could tell ya about ur phail but... wow... that's pretty much all else i can muster to say...

Ok fair enough.

I don’t know how I would have gotten a variable speed fan on, dell mobo has no 4 pins aside form the one master fan. Unless I want to link a fan to the regular power cords, then they could run at 100% 100% of the time.

Yeah voiding the warranty not so smart…but I have had decent luck till this point. So I did not care to much.

The air flow does not seem to be TO compromised for the athlon atm. But I have no real way of checking it to be sure. So you could be very right. the air still pass through the heatsink reletivley the same.

Lastly I doubt you could offend me.
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Ok fair enough.

I don’t know how I would have gotten a variable speed fan on, dell mobo has no 4 pins aside form the one master fan. Unless I want to link a fan to the regular power cords, then they could run at 100% 100% of the time.

Yeah voiding the warranty not so smart…but I have had decent luck till this point. So I did not care to much.

The air flow does not seem to be TO compromised for the athlon atm. But I have no real way of checking it to be sure. So you could be very right.

Lastly I doubt you could offend me.
Well, I can tell you from experience, Athlon 64's RUN HOT with stock voltage...which is what your Dell gives it. Secondly, the stock Dell cooling SUCKS ASS to begin with (excuse my language)....and you have completely ruined the stock cooling....so your CPU cooling now consists of an aluminum heatsink with NO FANS....not gonna cool that processor.

Please read post #30...I pretty much summed up what you can do to repair any damage that may be done. I'd stay away from running that computer until you get some cooling issues fixed. You could SERIOUSLY damage that computer royally.
 
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I put a Zalman VF900 on my 8800GT and it has the fan mate controller so no mobo fan header needed.
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