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Old 08-27-10, 01:38 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Sometimes you just have to improvise


Desk blocking the side intake? I say cut it!



Allowed me to OC back up to 3.8 with HT on and stay where I was when I was at 3.5.
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I think unless the case was right up against the wall you cut out.. it was getting air just fine.. lol

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Old 08-27-10, 01:47 PM Thread Starter   #3
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Sensor probes disagree with you :-D

Saw a 4-7c drop inside once I cut that off.
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This is why I always recommend rATX designs

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This is why I always recommend rATX designs
I'm guessing you meant eATX...a google search for ratx was...let's say less than work safe.

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I'm guessing you meant eATX...a google search for ratx was...let's say less than work safe.
I thought he meant the inverted atx where the board is rotated 90 degrees with the mb inputs facing the top instead of the back.
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