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Old 20th November, 2001, 10:04 PM
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Wanna help me?

Cool. I never hack my hardware, it hurts me hand .

Wanna talk shimmy for a Tualatin?? I can remove the IHS at will, but under the weight of a glaciator, my core would be crushed without some support...
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Old 21st November, 2001, 01:44 AM
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If a copper shim(from 1coolPC, nee 3dfxcool) for a FCPGA P3E will do the trick, PM me, please. It was not needed in days of yesteryear and sits forlorn in a cardboard box.
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Old 21st November, 2001, 04:09 AM
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If a copper shim(from 1coolPC, nee 3dfxcool) for a FCPGA P3E will do the trick, PM me, please. It was not needed in days of yesteryear and sits forlorn in a cardboard box.
I honestly wouldn't know until I take the IHS off, the core is a different size but I don't know exactly how different...

Thanks anyway . I need to get this determined before I remove the IHS...
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Old 21st November, 2001, 04:11 AM
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Thanks anyway . I need to get this determined before I remove the IHS...
Nah, just take it off and crush it, errr, wing it
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Nah, just take it off and crush it, errr, wing it
You eat a lot of PC parts for breakfast don't you
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You eat a lot of PC parts for breakfast don't you
Nah, I prefer to smoke them
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Pinky, rather than a true "shim" why not attach a neoprene pad on the base of the HEATSINK leave a hole in the centre for the core, make neoprene pad a little thicker thant the height of the core.... i think this its how i will do it for my Palomino when i go to dual pelts
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Pinky, rather than a true "shim" why not attach a neoprene pad on the base of the HEATSINK leave a hole in the centre for the core, make neoprene pad a little thicker thant the height of the core.... i think this its how i will do it for my Palomino when i go to dual pelts
That's a grande idea! I think next time I'm at Home DePot or a cool hardware store I'll see what they have...
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why not build a cooler ala spodes sunny d cooler?
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hmmmmmmmm could work william........ but sunny D is so unproffessional!!!

glad u liked my idea pinky
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hmmmmmmmm could work william........ but sunny D is so unproffessional!!!

glad u liked my idea pinky
I was going to use foam weather stripping, 3/8" deep, which seemed to squish down very well for the tullie core. Your idea would be practically and cosmetically better.
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I liked that sunny d cooler idea. I almost did that a while ago when I was broke.
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Pinky, rather than a true "shim" why not attach a neoprene pad on the base of the HEATSINK leave a hole in the centre for the core, make neoprene pad a little thicker thant the height of the core.... i think this its how i will do it for my Palomino when i go to dual pelts
Outside queston...

Do you think air cooling will cut it overclocking dual AMD chips?? I will be doing the same thing but was wondering if watercooling would work better...
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SurleyJoe did a more professional looking direct die cooling rig. The Sunny D bottle was cool, just because it was cheap, and damn effective. It didn't need to be pretty. Of course.... we got Velvet Jones over here trying to make it look all professional...
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Do you think air cooling will cut it overclocking dual AMD chips?? I will be doing the same thing but was wondering if watercooling would work better...
Probably wouldn't work too well unless you have a tornado running through that case. If you have two processors, you have quite a bit of heat to remove, not only off the processors, but out of the case as well. You might wanna mod the case a bit to add a few more fans, or perhaps some bigger fans, with better airflow.
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If you want to try water cooling you can always make a block out of a copper endcap. I have seen a few designes that use an endcap and they look pretty cool. What I reccomend is using a lapped endcap with a plexiglass top. With Athlon boards mounting is very easy since you can use the 4 holes around the socket. I'm not shure if your board has holes but I'm shure someone can think up a decent mounting system.
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