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October 27, 2005, 9:40 am
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I've got a watercooling setup and my A8N-SLI Premium just went pop.
I'm thinking of ditching it for a DFI board, but from what I've seen the
chipset is underneath the 1st PCI-E slot, and so could be a problem for
a water block (using Asetek).
Does anyone have this setup already, or alternativly is there a board
where the chipset is in a different position?
Re: DFI for watercooling
Yeah that might just be the ONLY bad thing about my DFI NF4 Ultra-D I
absolutely love it and I don't plan on using water cooling though so it
isn't much of an issue for me. I am overclocking my Venice chip with it and
chipset temps are right at 30c at idle and don't really go up much under
load. The Venice also idles at 30c and goes up to 39c under load. 2.4Ghz
and voltage is only 1.4v. Still burning in and working on gradually raising
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