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Abit KT7r and Alpha Pep66t

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Jan 5, 2001
Heres a link to the way the finished product looks. Now if one has a monster fan (as I do) on the front of their case that little fan will not be able to blow into the competing airflow. So just this once it seems this alpha is meant to blow across, not suck out thereby going with the airflow. I suppose I could rotate the fan to the rear but my 800 thunderchicken is at 950 and both MBM4 and VIA monitor show the cpu temp at 27C in Win98, going as high as 43C under heavy load such as Prime95 or the Q3 torture test. In fact I have turned off my front fan via its toggle switch and the temp at rest still never breaks 29C and its quiet once more. Course fan goes on when games start rocking :)