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Old April 26, 2007, 11:21 AM
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Yeah my Silverstone Olympia has 4 PCIe 6 pin and 2 PCIe 8 pin... It's kinda ridiculous actually. It also has a P4 connector, as well as an 8-pin mobo 12v connector plug (two of these actually). Really I could probably power two full computers with it if I made an adapter for the ATX 24 pin....
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Old April 26, 2007, 11:35 AM
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I just saw your sig....You're using a Xeon Quad with an EVGA 680i mobo?

An LGA771 CPU on a LGA775 socket?

I didn't know that was possible.

Are there any benefits to using a Clovertown as opposed to a Kentsfield?
HERCULES: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 | EVGA 680i SLI | 4GB Patriot EP | 2 x 150GB WD Raptor, RAID 0 | EVGA GeForce 8800 Ultra | ATi TV Wonder Elite.
PAN: IBM Thinkpad T42 | Pentium M @ 1.77 GHz | 1GB DDR-333 | 40GB HDD | DVD-/+RW | ATi Radeon 7500.
ZEUS: Dell Optiplex G150 | Intel PIII 1 GHz | 512GB SDRAM | 500GB HDD.
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Old April 27, 2007, 06:35 AM
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Here are my current 24/7 "silent" settings.

It can go as high as 3.6GHz, but I need much higher CPU voltage for that. This way I can have all of my fans running super quiet. It's nice.

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Old April 29, 2007, 11:02 AM
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My System Specs


Is that the correct voltage -(1.4)?
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