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Old January 15, 2009, 12:19 PM
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Just set up shutdown at a certain temp in your BIOS to be safe.
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True enough, just to stay on the safe side... Oh and 35C on a i7 chip, you're already rolling, now it's screaming to be pushed.. Fulfil its wishes, overclock that thing, for the love of .... :P
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Really? Thought it was on the high side. Good to know, thanks a ton, guys. I'll set a shutdown temperature in a bit. Time to start OCing this bad boy.
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turn you fusion 180 for outlet on the top and slide down them gear clamps abit more (have it on the smooth part)
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