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    Whats your shuttle temps?

    Im currently running a XP2500 200x9 @1.65v with a ATI 9800 AIW and Im getting CPU 40-45'c and case 39-43'c

    what are you lot getting with your different rigs.

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    SN45G

    XP2500+ @ 200x11 with a 9500pro.

    CPU 33/39 case 36/38

    Oh, and its watercooled

    GFX going to be WC tomorrow afternoon
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    forgot to mention Ive also a SN45G

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    hmmm my cpu is idle at 54 and system temps of 48 - my nb has blown though! i have also upped the fsb to 185 in my sn41g2. just about to order a new fan how do you guys rate this

    http://www.thecoolingshop.com/produc...products_id/33

    or shall i get the Zalman ZM-NB47J Northbridge ?

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    SN41G2

    Specs as sig.

    Case temps 38-40. CPU 50-55, depending on ambient temps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Sixkiller
    hmmm my cpu is idle at 54 and system temps of 48 - my nb has blown though! i have also upped the fsb to 185 in my sn41g2. just about to order a new fan how do you guys rate this

    http://www.thecoolingshop.com/produc...products_id/33

    or shall i get the Zalman ZM-NB47J Northbridge ?
    Got 2 of them 40mm 3pin fans here could have had one from me



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    Shuttle SN45G w/xp2700 @ 2.31ghz watercooled

    Idle - 44

    Load - 47/49 (Depending on room temperature)
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    got my new NB heatsink and sorted out my cpu seating down to about 48c idle on the cpu and 35 system temp... not bad i guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Sixkiller
    got my new NB heatsink and sorted out my cpu seating down to about 48c idle on the cpu and 35 system temp... not bad i guess
    That's really effective I only expected to see a 3-4c drop!

    Did you use Artic Silver 5 or 3 thermal paste? that would probably have help a few c's

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    no just the stuff that came with it, maybe the reseating of the cpu helped too, and remember i had no nb heatsink

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    i also think that if you have a good gcard and your noise is mild anyway then why not replace the default ice fan and have it running all the time on low, you can hardly here it, infact all i can here is my geforce fx5600 my system temps are lower now

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    I use speedfan to regulate the fans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Sixkiller
    have it running all the time on low, you can hardly here it
    Opposed to what? not running it all the time or running it all the time on high? the former is scary.

    I run mine all the time on full since I find the fan changing speed and sound, more irritating than a constant drone.

    My old 9800pro hercules was so noisy I couldn't hear it that well anyway, however my new sapphire 9800pro is so quiet in comparison - v. odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atcapollo
    Opposed to what? not running it all the time or running it all the time on high? the former is scary.

    I run mine all the time on full since I find the fan changing speed and sound, more irritating than a constant drone.

    My old 9800pro hercules was so noisy I couldn't hear it that well anyway, however my new sapphire 9800pro is so quiet in comparison - v. odd.

    Opposed to it coming on and off as and when it is needed numb nuts

    now can i have your old 9800pro hercules?

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