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Old 10th March, 2002, 06:44 PM
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i'm using the stock fan that came with the package. i figured that since it's only a P3 450, it would need so much attention. and also i don't wanna drop too much cash for cooling.

i'm gonna do some surgery on the side panels some time this week. i hope that'll brop the system temp some.

i haven't tried to take the fan off of it yet cause i don't know if i could take it off without breaking the core. well at least i think its a core uunder the sink but i might be mistaken. i'll check it you in the morning. someone's doing some work on it now.
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Old 10th March, 2002, 06:52 PM
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There is indeed a core underneath, but its sometimes a drag getting the heatsink off.

Anyway, it shouldn't be a problem to add another fan to the setup... and a fan isn't expensive.

You could also remove a fan from an old PSU and use it as a case fan. Good airflow can really do a lot good for you.
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You should also try using something like a Senfu thermistor to check the temps. MBM and other proggies can be a bit misleading at times. Only way to tell for sure what temps you are getting is to use a thermometer.
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