New Cooling System

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  1. xFeaRx

    xFeaRx Senior Member

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    The wheather seems to be getting to my pc, gfx card running at 80+ and cpu at 50+, so i invested in a new cooling system. Works a treat.

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    That is definatly a fool proof idea.
     
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    Interesting.. Put two there, and things will work even better!
     
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    xFeaRx Senior Member

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    Good idea, ill get onto that!
     
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    My friend has been doing this for quite some time...
     
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    lol... thanks for the idea ;)

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    Idle/Full load temps? :P
     
  8. xFeaRx

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    GFX : 75 idle, 85+ while playing bf2, cousing it to crash
    CPU : 50 Idle, not sure when in game :P

    but the fans have bought it down a tad lol

    EDIT: It was worth the comedy factor :)
     
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    You should think about re-wiring that case for better air flow.
     
  10. nuetronist

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    I got myself a liquid cooling system, and that helped loads so maybe you should try that
     
  11. xboxhockey88

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    you know what works the best putting it in the freezer thats uber 1337 lol
     
  12. xFeaRx

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    My wires are round enableing ultimate aerodynamic flow over them, the freezer idea is good, but its full with icelollys / pizzas so thats out of the window. i do have a mini fridge in my room, i could incorporate that some were,

    /me thinks

    put the fridge behind the fan, the fan sucks the cool air = chills pc

    thanks :)
     
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    wow...it must be REALLY hot if you need a freezer...
     
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    [​IMG]

    pure coolness
     
  15. xboxhockey88

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    Thats totally awsome lol
     

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