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Old 08-08-2004, 04:51 AM   #51
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umm, i really wouldnt advise it unless you have worked with them before. Because it is very easy to create super heated air in your case with them, and that = fried everything.
So be careful. You would idealy want water cooling for the peltier.

So, dont try it if you dont know what your doin
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no offense or anything
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Old 08-08-2004, 05:00 AM   #53
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yeah none taken i will research and talk to friends as stuff and post on here, i do have watercooling btw
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then stick with the water cooling!. there is no risk involved with it!
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Old 08-08-2004, 05:03 AM   #55
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yeah need some new RAM so i will buy that before i think of that . BTW your ram is more then 1024 how much RAM can windows take cause i got told anymore than 1024 windows dont use it.
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xp can take up to 3 gigs.
But after about 1, there isnt any point in putting any more in.
I just got it incase i fancy running anything demanding!
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Old 08-08-2004, 05:19 AM   #57
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i might buy 1 gb and 512 mb or hyper x or crossair value
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hmm, the mroe i think about it. The more i feel my domain names are misleading for the product i am making.

Ok, right ive decided i will sell these domain names and get some different less miss-leading ones.

So, im now selling
www.over-clocker.com and
www.over-clocker.net

They are very good domain names, and im not looking for much.
So, if you fancy them. just put in a bid.

(if somebody does buy them, payment via paypal please )
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i just brought another domain!

domainshopuk.com

hows that
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