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About walternowi

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  1. For my trusty DFI board, I used the TMod CD. For my new Abit IP-35 Pro, I used a USB-stick and follow the instructions here: http://forum.uabit.com/showthread.php?t=121953
  2. No you do not. You can't just add the current capacities on both 12 V rails. I don't know the exact math, but I believe it might be a root mean square sum. If that is the case, you total would be sqrt(18*18 + 18*18) = 25.5 A.
  3. I have a similar problem, but with children. Children like to play with knobs. My solution is to use the Cooler Master Aerogate 3 controller. It does not have any knobs, and you have to press a series of buttons in order to access the correct manual to change the fan speed.
  4. For the Thermochill rad, use these Aquaxtreme G3/8" fittings: http://www.petrastechshop.com/aqhifig3th1o.html Good luck with your built.
  5. Why don't you head over to XtremeSystems and visit the G.Skill sub-forum. Leave a message for G.S Technician. He might be able to help. Good luck
  6. Here is Tony's guide: http://www.thetechrepository.com/showthread.php?t=76
  7. Actually, the Dual Core Driver and the Dual Core Optimizer are two separate things. XS recommends the driver, the hotfix and the optimizer. http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=81429
  8. That is a pretty decent system. If you want better performance, replace the single radiator with a dual radiator or get an additional single radiator. Other things to get: Clamps: I personally prefer worm drive clamps http://www.petrastechshop.com/ststwohocl.html. They can be obtained from hardware stores at a very low price. Distilled Water Additive like Swiftech Hydrx http://www.petrastechshop.com/swhyexduco.html or Pentosin http://www.petrastechshop.com/peg11coadb.html Good luck with your project.
  9. I am very conservative and my leak test ran > 48 hours. By that time, the system is properly bled (bleeding with a T-line is a PITA) and good to go.
  10. It might be due to the fact that the OCZ memory modules require at least 1.9 V. If you have another DDR2 module, put it in, boot up and go into BIOS, set Vdimm to 1.9 - 2.1, then shut down. Put the OCZ back and boot it up again.
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