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Old 05-06-07, 10:03 AM   #13
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Default Re: Coolit Freezone Mod

Originally Posted by TiKiMaN1
My Revision 4 Freezone has been working flawless since I got the RMA.


What was wrong with your earlier Freezone? I have already had my mounting screws break when trying to remount it because I thought my temps were getting high. But I also noticed that I do not really hear a difference between the fan sound when adjusting the potentiometer either to the far left or far right? Should the fan get pretty loud if it was on it's highest setting? Just wondering if I should be RMAing mine as well...

I had mine e6600 Oc'd to 3.4 at 1.36250 volts and after doing Orthos for 10 hours my temps were hitting up in the 55-56 celcius range and what is odd is that at idle they would be anywhere from 25c- 30c wouldn't think there should be a 25-30 degree difference from idle to load, but who knows... That is what makes me wonder if my fan control is jacked up. I have a version 3 from what it looks like on the stick on the cables: says Rev.3.

What was your previous version and what problems did you notice.

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