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Old 04-10-07, 03:17 PM   #25
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Default Re: What a difference a case makes (Antec 900)

I ment 3400MHz 'typo' Got my Coolermaster Gemin 2 but not all that impressed. My PWM is hotter now! Can't even overclock. I guess those 2x 120mm 1200rpm fans are not giving enough socket airflow. Even with the 140mm 1000rpm above it Going to buy 2x Antec BB Pro fans which has 2000rpm's. Although my CPU at stock speeds is running at 24C.
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Old 04-11-07, 09:59 AM   #26
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Yeah it's 9x 378MHz = 3800MHz, factory FSB of the Core2 E4300 is 200MHz rather then your 266MHz of the core2 E6600. Also it is cooler my a ThermalRight Ultra 120 with a 120mm @ 1300rpms
Ah, that's right. Forgot they had the lower FSB.
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Well got my punny 40mm fan and put it on my board stableish @ 3.4GHz again although noticed as soon as the PWM hit 91C it will crash at 84C at the moment, i think under heavy load it will crash as i am sure they will get hotter My 2 Antec BB PRO 120mm fans are taking their sweet time to get to me
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