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I was just playing crysis, and overclocking. I only oced the memory but 100mhz, so it was at 1200, and I go into msi afterburner and my gpu was at 104ish!
No warning or anything!
 

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Thats weird. When on stock clocks its only at 67ish. Why would a 100mhz memory overclock make it so high? I'm not sure how I would go about mounting this fan either.
 

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Thats weird. When on stock clocks its only at 67ish. Why would a 100mhz memory overclock make it so high? I'm not sure how I would go about mounting this fan either.
either buy a fan with those screw thingies or use zipties.
 

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Like right under where the fan is now? How would I zip tie it to that? And upon further playing it reached 77.
 

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Like right under where the fan is now? How would I zip tie it to that? And upon further playing it reached 77.
1 sec, i'll take a picture.
 

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damn it. t-mobile is complete ass. i can't even text the pic. i can't post it as all i have is a phone, but here is a pic, i circled where the mount is, it fits 120mm if i'm not mistaken:



just fit zip-ties around the fan's screw holes and through the mounting holes on the case. worked like a charm.
 

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damn it. t-mobile is complete ass. i can't even text the pic. i can't post it as all i have is a phone, but here is a pic, i circled where the mount is, it fits 120mm if i'm not mistaken:



just fit zip-ties around the fan's screw holes and through the mounting holes on the case. worked like a charm.
Or you could screw it into the case like its designed.
 

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Or you could screw it into the case like its designed.
i didn't have any screws that fit, so i used zipties. worked just as good.
 

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Lol. So right there then. I'll put an old san ace I have lying around in there.
you'll be pleasantly surprised
 

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It's on my carpeted floor, so not too sure how well that will work.
try suspending it with books under the feet of the case.
 
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