If you do not need the extra space for hard drives, you can take out the rack behind the two front fans at the bottom, and drastically improve airflow. Took me down by 4 degces (From 50 to 46 @ full load).
LOL, he's all beefed up..
thats what happens when you take a break from overclocking.
I didnt know they were hard drive racks til' not too long ago.. hah, but i did take them out. Havent noticed the dropped temps yet though but i can tell it somewhat improved airflow just by placing my hand at the and of the rack and without the rack.
Yeah it does. I was really ****ed the first time that they cut off service to the users. I was looking forward to getting back on with the speed that I once had, but I was shocked to see that thye had capped us when it came back on. I am now thinking about dumping their service and catching a ride on a new company in my area, but I have to see how well the company in my area does. From the sounds of it, they sound really good as they are guaranteeing UP to 10Mbps for around the same pricce that I am paying for AT&T right now.
I think you should do it. I honestly think AT&T has horrbile customer service procedures, and insanely high prices.
In Canada for example, I pay $40 a month for service.
AT&T on average charges up to $50 U.S. which is $80 canadian.