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  1. #9511
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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by harley2paws
    Zoom, tilt the case at 45 degree angle or lay flat. That should give you a few degrees c.
    Flat I can do(It's in a cramped spot as that is all that's left around where It is on the floor). On seti-boinc I've past jester at 473 and a 60 or so average(even If It hasn't shown up Yet, Needs to update) and I'm at 62 out of 68(With only 1 dedicated cpu yet). Oh and I see You are at 2 out of 68 Harley, You're safe as I don't have access to 20 cpus, 4 yes, 20 nooooo. Maybe one day, But not now.

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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Hey all,

    Yes, it's true - my house behaves somewhat like a cave. Nice and cool unless it gets too hot then I just can't get the temps down. In the winter it's great - the office sits at about 16C with 4 systems running 24/7 and no heating. But in the summer it heats up to 25C and I just can't get enough cool air in, but that's only for like 2 months per year.

    I also cheat somewhat and have all my systems built into an open DIY rack (old photo below of the first prototype). It effectively means my ambient case temps are 16C and the OCed XP's all run at about 36-40C.



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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by UncleBob
    Ned lives in a stone cave/home with 2' thick walls!

    Just chase Mrs. Ned to keep warm, Ned!
    ROTFL - It's normally the other way round

    Is there an Auntie Bob there with you?

    Ned

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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by Ned Slider
    ROTFL - It's normally the other way round

    Is there an Auntie Bob there with you?

    Ned
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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Evenin', froggy folk.
    ASUS A8N5X | Athlon 64 X2 4600+| Stock AMD heatsink and fan | 2x1G Corsair PC3500 | WD 250 Gig 7200/Maxtor 30 Gig 7200 | Sony DVDRW| NEC DVD/RW | eVGA 9600GTS | XPCBox w/Antec 500 TruPower PS | WinXP Pro SP3

    Every day Gregory Peccary would get into his little red Volkswagen and drive to the ugly side of town, where they keep the government buildings.

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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by wahoo_man
    Evenin', froggy folk.
    Ditto.

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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Mornin'

    Dang cold this week!
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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Mornin'.

    Dang warm here these days. Temps in the 40's even. Snow melting like crazy. What a mess.
    ASUS A8N5X | Athlon 64 X2 4600+| Stock AMD heatsink and fan | 2x1G Corsair PC3500 | WD 250 Gig 7200/Maxtor 30 Gig 7200 | Sony DVDRW| NEC DVD/RW | eVGA 9600GTS | XPCBox w/Antec 500 TruPower PS | WinXP Pro SP3

    Every day Gregory Peccary would get into his little red Volkswagen and drive to the ugly side of town, where they keep the government buildings.

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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Mornin all!!!! Finally geting back into the 50s today!!

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    Re: The Seti Bar

    50's here as well....Damn floodingMornin all.
    Main Rig: EVGA 141-BL-E769-A1 LGA 1366 Intel X58 CLASSIFIED/WATERCOOLED ED. cooled by the Monster Water Cooling Setup
    HTPC One BIG Case Asus 8 CORE Monster
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    Re: The Seti Bar

    We got a pretty good dump of freezing rain last night. Major highways were closed, roads were tricky at best. We're used to snow...but freezing rain we don't get every year.

    Best to leave myself an extra 15 minutes for the commute...!

    Morning froggies!
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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by Jay See Bee
    Mornin'

    Dang cold this week!
    To be more specific around -20C plus windchill.
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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by Hubris
    Best to leave myself an extra 15 minutes for the commute...!
    15 minutes for freezing rain? That's really good.

    1 hour here minimum!
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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Evening all

    Been really mild here today - about 12C (don't know what that is in old money )

    Ned

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    Re: The Seti Bar

    My commute to work is normally less than 30 minutes.....so adding 15 was a good estimate.

    I don't live in the GTA....with 4 hours of daily commuting...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jay See Bee
    15 minutes for freezing rain? That's really good.

    1 hour here minimum!
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