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That's pretty cool................but come on......it's ugly. Ok, ok, but it's cheap (if their price quotes were right)....but it's ugly!!


It lacks style



Interesting to note, I thought about doing a custom WC system with hard copper lines instead of clear plastic, give it a "mad scientist" or sci-fi look with metal pipes running across the inside, ect. But that's back-burnerd for a bit (plus I like the idea of pink/red water for a "plasma" look) Maybe I'll do a combination.


Anyway, this jumped out at me....

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We saw a unit up and running, cooling a 3.8GHz Extreme Edition chip to 5.01GHz (with the RAM and FSB overclocked). The temperature on the processor was 62 celcius, well within operating parameters.
Well within? I mean, sure, it's at 5Ghz, but 62c seems hot to me. Not somewhere I would like to hang out at. Heck, I was there on air before the 9500 came in. What kind of damage is possible at that temp with the voltage they must have been using?
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