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? Or is it only in ultimate edition?
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post #22 of 31
do you always have to hold the fan?! haha
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Lmao, Oh yes the desktop casefan, The final frontier of air cooling I personally in the summer love to do this because one, It's quieter than my case fans on full, and Two it keeps everything cooler and quieter!
    
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is what ive managed inside me case, saw a 20c drop in temps on my card, and about 11c drop on processor
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post #25 of 31
>.< im gonna try and get some pics of my cooling system..

My friend (also a member here) called me insane..


I need to test that it actualy works first tho :-/
If it does the pics are comming up here first
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post #26 of 31
Call me crazy but I put a fan on full blast right to the side of my case.

Here are the crazy results:
BEFORE: Idle: 35ºC, Load: 48ºC
AFTER: Idle: 32ºC, Load: 38ºC

My before is stock cooling, and after is with the fan on the side.

A 10ºC temp drop on load, pretty good All I have to do is channel that air into an even more efficient, and better looking method and that saves me a bunch of money rather than getting any other cooler.

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post #27 of 31
Quote:
Originally Posted by travbabble
is what ive managed inside me case, saw a 20c drop in temps on my card, and about 11c drop on processor
i've also done that to my GTX. i took off the plastic XFX cover and taped an 80mm fan to hit. it fits over the heatsink portion perfectly. keeps my temperatures no higher than 70C. not the best, but certainly better than stock. can't wait for my VF700 to get here,
post #28 of 31
im doing this now and my temps have dropped by 5 degrees avg while prime95 torture testing

Its not permanant, but itll do while i test this 2.3ghz oc
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post #29 of 31
ok this is what you do.

get the following.

2x 36 inch like factory fans.

get 2x giant funnels that go from 36 inch to about 3.5 inch.

create 2x 3.5 inch holes on your pc case one on each size.

get several feet of 3.5 inch hose. hook them up so that one fan pushes into the case and the other one pulling out. make sure you have enough hose to put the fans out of your way.

im guessing you can push/pull several hundred cubic feet of air threw your pc case per hour.

note: these fans are very loud. but if you need great cooling this is what you could do.

these fans run about 75$ each. maybe 30$ for hoses and no clue on the funnels.

but you can get some very good air cooling this way
    
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post #30 of 31
Already done:

http://www.overclock.net/589326-post4.html

Good work though The idea is awsome aint it?
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