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Intrepid

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Jun 30, 2002
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Boise, ID, USA
I have my lian-li pc-61 with lots in it so its heavy on wheels. it is a bit tippy at times. I am wondering if I jsut am paranoid about it fallnig over, or is it becasuue it is on the rug? I have the kind of wheeles where the wheel itself swivels off center, much like those found on ogffice chairs, well thats what they were probably meant for. did I jsut get the wrong kind? is there a better knid? or do I jsut need to mount em farther apart next time?
 

obliv

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Jul 14, 2002
mine is the same way, the rug is the cause, its fine on a hard surface.
 
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Intrepid

Intrepid

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Thanx, I'll just hope to god the rug on campus is not as deep as the one here at home. tho I may jsut remove the wheels all together to help prevent theft.

edit: dude, your CPU is at 9 volts for that litle overclock?!? I think that's too much I don't need more than 6.75 for my 2.5 @ 2.8 O/C
 

JKeefe

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May 25, 2003
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Basking Ridge, NJ
Intrepid6546 said:
edit: dude, your CPU is at 9 volts for that litle overclock?!? I think that's too much I don't need more than 6.75 for my 2.5 @ 2.8 O/C
LOL. I'm sure that's his fan voltage, not CPU. CPU would be long dead at 9V.
 

obliv

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probably some illegal narcotic, its all good.. its not even the right information anymore, i hate the sound of the tornado, 38 cfm panaflo on there now in a slk 3700amb, best move ive ever made
 
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Intrepid

Intrepid

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hehe. good move. I almost exclusively use panaflow fans (due mainly to avalability in a local warehouse). and 2 Nidecs over the CPU.