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Old 09-17-2008, 08:57 PM   #1
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i have an asus P5LD2 at 5%overclock with both fans running avrg of 1650MHz, with nvidia and realtec ALC 882 8-channel high def codec. 2gb of ram and ask for anything else u need to know. heres a pic.


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You mean both fans running at 1650 CFM? Also, what is your processor and are you running onboard graphics? How fast is the RAM? What is the MOBO FSB?
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Is your board a Rev 2? Does it support core processors?

Which cpu do you have in it

Which memory do you have in it?

5% overclock? that's the Asus auto overclock setting yes?

Which cpu cooler do you have?

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You mean both fans running at 1650 CFM?
More like 1650 RPM, though I'm slightly confused as to which two fans they are
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More like 1650 RPM, though I'm slightly confused as to which two fans they are
Rotation per minute, cubic feet per minute, same thing
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1650 CFM would be tornado type winds lol

I left out video card but between us I think we covered most things.
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All good so long you have an exhaust

However the setup would be tricky. You'd need back intake and front exhaust along with front intake and back exhaust. This way you keep your case from blasting off. If you'd like to feel pretty cool you could mod a hole in the bottom, add a vent, and a 1650CFM fan. Make sure you have cables attached to the bottom and you could have it hovering!
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vibration reduction by air cushoning lol.

OP is still logged in, I wonder why no reply?
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Maybe he left window open or is browsing around. Or is there an idle system at CF? Whatever the reason, it's only temporarily. I'm pretty sure he will be back soon.
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both fans are running at 2150. but the second one is more of an exaust because its forcing the air out the back of my comp. under system properties it says 2.75ghz.

-intel core 2 cpu
just tell me what other info u need, i can open up the comp if im not sure. also is removing the c-mos card bad for th motherboard, i had to do it twice because some of my config settings wernt alowing me to boot,so i had to reset.

im new with computers also, i know basics but some info i will not be able to tell you, so, just tell mw how i can find out what u need to know
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Old 09-18-2008, 03:37 PM   #10
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it's ok to remove it but don't do it alot.

You could improve the performance on the actually pc, theirs many tweaks and guides out their and we also have one on cf(where we are now), so i'll post them now:

http://computerforums.org/showthread.php?t=40515

what are you doing on the pc?
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