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    Yep.:D

    Yep.:D
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    Actually, Blakerwry gave you the correct analysis...

    Actually, Blakerwry gave you the correct analysis in the first sentance. The PSU sensor is measuring the temp inside the PSU, not your system temp. The PSU temp will be higher than the case temp as...
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    Same potential for condensation as water-cooling,...

    Same potential for condensation as water-cooling, and lots of us use that without any problems. If you read the details, they have anti-condensation technology and according to reviews I have seen...
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    Hmmmmm, you can get a really good price but you...

    Hmmmmm, you can get a really good price but you can't have the item cause they are 'out of stock'. Sounds like a bait-an-switch to me :bang:

    Just kidding . . . seems like everything we want in...
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    You can get a four pin connector that has a...

    You can get a four pin connector that has a seperate connector just for the rpm reading: 3 pin to 4 pin adapter with tach support
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    Since you didn't say what mobo you have, go read...

    Since you didn't say what mobo you have, go read the fine manual. It should give you a rating for your headers. Most of them are at least 380ma which means that fan should be OK if the max draw at...
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    Looking good on that case. I was checking with...

    Looking good on that case. I was checking with the Dynamat folks and they claim they have licked the smell problem. Sounds like they did.

    As you noticed, Dynamat is heavier than the mastic from...
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    You may be looking at the wrong stuff at...

    You may be looking at the wrong stuff at McMaster. What you want is: Part number 9709T19 Adhesive-Back Damping Sheet Polymeric Mastic,.070" Thk,.7 Lbs/SF, 32" X 54", Black
    $ 14.62 Each. ...
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    One of the nicest medimum size cases is made by...

    One of the nicest medimum size cases is made by Evercase, their ECE4252 series.

    I have built 5 systems based on their cases and everyone loved both the size and the layout. They have a great...
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    First, what do you want to achieve in changing...

    First, what do you want to achieve in changing the fans? Do you want to quiet your system or do you need to improve your cooling? We can help you more if we know more about your goal.

    What are...
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    Check out the testing and writeup I did on...

    Check out the testing and writeup I did on acoustic material:
    http://www.amdforums.com/showthread.php?s=&postid=1220893#post1220893

    There are only a few ways that noise is created in a system:...
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    I have never had to turn my YS Tech up to full...

    I have never had to turn my YS Tech up to full speed to maintain good temps. I usually have it running at 2000 rpm. I am overclocking a older 1900+ to 2100+ speeds and show max temps around 45C at...
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    There is no danger nor any disadvantage in using...

    There is no danger nor any disadvantage in using a program like WPCREDIT to put your CPU into HALT when it is not needed. See http://www.sudhian.com/showdocs.cfm?aid=94 and/or...
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    No, it would be better to get Panaflo fans (much...

    No, it would be better to get Panaflo fans (much cheaper and high quality fans) and then under volt them. You can get the same CFM and dBA for half the price. Easy way to under volt:...
  15. I reviewed most of the material that people have...

    I reviewed most of the material that people have mentioned above. Finally found an inexpensive source for the best damping materials for PCs:...
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    What you want is a HS that takes a 80mm fan and...

    What you want is a HS that takes a 80mm fan and is highly efficient. The best available for the money is the Thermalright SK-7 and then put a YS Tech variable fan on it. When you are running...
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    Of course we all forget that Panaflo fans are ...

    Of course we all forget that Panaflo fans are "sleve bearing" fans, just their own design to get around some of the short comings of typical sleve bearing fans. The real point is the so-called...
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    A dremel depends upon high speed for it's...

    A dremel depends upon high speed for it's cutting. I have both types, one speed and variable speed. I almost never use the slower speed. Slower speed is good for delicate items, etching sometimes....
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    I am using a number of "cheap" fans low volted...

    I am using a number of "cheap" fans low volted and they are as quiet or quieter than my Vantec Stealth fans. I'll Never buy another expensive fan :bang:

    Only thing to watch out for is get cheap...
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    I have a dremel that is over 50 years old and...

    I have a dremel that is over 50 years old and still going strong. Inherited it from my Dad. I also have one of the newest and it is still a quality product! Nice to see a company keep to the...
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    Your best bet is to get: 1 Thermalright SK-7...

    Your best bet is to get:

    1 Thermalright SK-7 HS (best price/performance made today)
    1 YS Tech varible 80mm fan (dial in the level of cooling/noise you want)

    and then ignore people that say it...
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    socket wrench extender. They range in length and...

    socket wrench extender. They range in length and in my smallest socket set I have one that is 4" long which is about right. If you don't have a socket set, then you won't have one. You can get...
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    Problem is, the best HS require some pressure to...

    Problem is, the best HS require some pressure to put on. IMHO the Thermalrights are the best you can buy today.

    On the Thermalright HS, I have used a very small socket on an extender that fits...
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    Better a smart whimp than . . . ops, can't say...

    Better a smart whimp than . . . ops, can't say that in a public forum. Look at any bathroom wall near you for the ending.

    Since Robotech and many others that are real professionals and noted...
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    A quality shim doesn't screw up anything. I use...

    A quality shim doesn't screw up anything. I use them and never have a problem. The cheap ones that people see at Fry's or at the flea market are the ones that give people problems -- too thick or...
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