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I'm in the OP's room
then tell us what the issue is.
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I'm betting there is somthing like a VERY badly seated Zalman 9500 or similiar in there ;l

This is thread is getting a little out of hand btw ;x
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I'm betting there is somthing like a VERY badly seated Zalman 9500 or similiar in there ;l

This is thread is getting a little out of hand btw ;x
yeah, or he has a cooler that didnt come with a fan, like the Gemini.
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I'm betting there is somthing like a VERY badly seated Zalman 9500 or similiar in there ;l

This is thread is getting a little out of hand btw ;x
I am going with no thermal paste.
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Listen guy, unplug the cables from your case and take it to any shop on the 4th or 5th floor of Sim Lim Sq. and ask them to have a look inside and fix it up. Chances are you're running a quad, a freaking quad on passive cooling.
    
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then tell us what the issue is.
Well I can't really tell from here, i'm hiding in his closet
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Well I can't really tell from here, i'm hiding in his closet
nice.
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i dun think i can upload through OCN. Cos every picture is about 1.3 Mb.
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Just upload to imageshack / tinypic then.
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i dun think i can upload through OCN. Cos every picture is about 1.3 Mb.
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