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    Shuttle Cooling

    Since the weathers picked up a bit my shuttles getting pretty damned hot, mind you its probably not helped sticking my old 9800Pro in there as well tbh..

    Is there anyway I can improve the cooling/reduce the noise being produced?

    SN41G2B btw...

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    Right get an 80mm to 120mm convertor, 70-80cfm 120mm and some tinsnips

    First cut out the damn grill that makes so much noise!

    Secondly attach adaptor to back of case

    Thirdly attach the 120mm fan and power cable to header and voila one chilled shuttle

    My housemate did this on an A64 shuttle and dropped his load temps by 15c!
    .: Predator :.


    - Shuttle SN25P - A64 3700+ San Diego @ 2.7GHz - 1GB PQI Ultra DDR - X850XT - Asus DVD-ROM - 200GB Maxtor + 2*80GB SATAII -

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    120mm conversion helps...

    Also clean all the dust out of the ICE.

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    Its already cleaned up and I've reseated and greased the heatsink..

    Whats this 120mm adapter then?

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    Lets you connect a 120mm fan to 80mm mounting holes.

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    Well I figured that bit
    Where from and how much?

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    .: Predator :.


    - Shuttle SN25P - A64 3700+ San Diego @ 2.7GHz - 1GB PQI Ultra DDR - X850XT - Asus DVD-ROM - 200GB Maxtor + 2*80GB SATAII -

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    http://www.kustompcs.co.uk/acatalog/info_3721.html

    cheaper at thecoolingshop, but out of stock...

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