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post #1 of 52
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lol man Aussie summer's and computers don't mix....

even with all my extra cooling...

the AXP cooler and the massive CPU cooler...

i am still hitting 98 Deg C with 800/1600/2000 @1.063v

even 92 Deg C @ Stock....

man i would hate to have stock cooling on a day like today...

47 Deg C inside my room!!!
post #2 of 52
cant you get an AC?
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Lol crossing the equator makes things so strange...



its kinda interesting really...
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Time to get water cooling or Air conditioner for your room
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post #5 of 52
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lol still living at home...

and the design of my place really doesn't suit aircon....

plus it isn't normally this hot...

but then again....

this is why i send alot of time and effort working on modding my cooling
post #6 of 52
just build a loop through the flood waters...
this summer has been anything but hot here!
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post #7 of 52
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lol i like that idea... but it isn't a good long term solution lol

I added a 140mm fan in the base of my case today...

it actually dropped the temps by 5 Deg C on everything....

i was shocked
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Originally Posted by hodgoes2001 View Post
lol i like that idea... but it isn't a good long term solution lol

I added a 140mm fan in the base of my case today...

it actually dropped the temps by 5 Deg C on everything....

i was shocked
Well add fans where you can then if an extra fan helped that much
post #9 of 52
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well here is a pic with my current setup



Btw... i did label things... but it is a bit small....

the 2 Fans i am pointing to at the top are 140mms
the 3 fans below are 120mm

and the other 3 are 140mm

also there is a 80mm fan in the back blowing onto the back of the motherboard

EDIT:

i don't think there is anywhere where i can fit another fan
Edited by hodgoes2001 - 1/30/11 at 11:04pm
post #10 of 52
47C Wow! Time to DICE your room! My apt hit 35C this summer so I picked up a portable air conditioner. It could barely keep up so you would need industrial strength A/C. Strange weather we've been having. Glad you have the AXP's or else you wouldn't be able to run those 480's.
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