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Old 08-12-2008, 07:01 PM   #11
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That blunt stick still hurt a bit, but I think that bad run of luck is over. My TRUE is performing 5c better than my previous cooler with only a 1000RPM fan. My Vendetta was at a constant 2800RPM.

To me, 64 bit's advantages outweigh it's disadvantages. You can stick with 32 bit and your 2Gigs if you want
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Old 08-12-2008, 07:06 PM   #12
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Oh, I'll move up eventually, Vista Ultimate is still too expensive imo

Nice to see you've joined the TU120E crew, they're a bloody good cooler tbh

ssc456 must be asleep, lol, I wonder if he wants his thread back?

I replied to your lapping post over at your forum too btw, maybe we should carry this discussion on over there and let this thread get back on topic

Also off topic but of interest, new 177.83 nvidia drivers with 8.08.01 PhysX driver at Guru3D, think I'll make a new topic here.

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Old 08-12-2008, 07:18 PM   #13
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One would assume you have a SLACR (G0) chip as opposed to a SL9UM (B3) but could you confirm this as they have different attributes.

What vcore are you feeding it? This will have a major impact on temps.
what?
not truing to hijack (IMHO i think my question is perfectly reasonable)
what the heck is SLACT (G0) and a SL9UM (B3) besides a chip
is it the processor chip? i take it
is it the chip architecture? or what?
im so lost
ive never seen that before
what the heck is it
the more info you can share the better off i will be
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Old 08-12-2008, 07:24 PM   #14
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It's the different core stepping, the G0 ran cooler with less voltage than the B3 (and was a better overclocker)

Have a look at the two pages linked below for comparison

Intel - Q6600 SLACR G0

Intel - Q6600 SL9UM B3
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