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Message 1012912 - Posted: 6 Jul 2010, 20:11:15 UTC

Fourth HEAT WAVEof the year in Philly Town. Actual temp reached 102F (38.8C), Index @ 103F. Shutting down machine until cooler temps. CPU reaching 76C (168F) even with the Corsair Hydro H50 Cooler, no a/c, slight breeze.


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Message 1012921 - Posted: 6 Jul 2010, 20:35:27 UTC
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Hot? Imagine how hot it is over here!

We just got into the finals!!!!!


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Message 1012931 - Posted: 6 Jul 2010, 21:02:58 UTC - in response to Message 1012921.  

Hot? Imagine how hot it is over here!

We just got into the finals!!!!!



Congratulations to you on that.
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Message 1012933 - Posted: 6 Jul 2010, 21:08:21 UTC - in response to Message 1012931.  

congrats to the dutch nederlander Hollanders


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Message 1012935 - Posted: 6 Jul 2010, 21:12:58 UTC - in response to Message 1012921.  

Hot? Imagine how hot it is over here!

We just got into the finals!!!!!



We'll see us in the final match..



..and of course, Germany will win!

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Message 1012937 - Posted: 6 Jul 2010, 21:14:17 UTC - in response to Message 1012935.  

Hot? Imagine how hot it is over here!

We just got into the finals!!!!!



We'll see us in the final match..



..and of course, Germany will win!

:o)


But the octopus............ :)

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Message 1012938 - Posted: 6 Jul 2010, 21:14:35 UTC - in response to Message 1012935.  
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Hot? Imagine how hot it is over here!

We just got into the finals!!!!!



We'll see us in the final match..



..and of course, Germany will win!

:o)


Well... We have a saying over here:
"Football is 11 against 11 and in the end the Germans win"...

Hope we can change history (1974 anyone? :P)

The Germans played very well, I think they can beat Spain.
Spain, Netherlands, Germany... Sounds like an European Championship :D
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Message 1012939 - Posted: 6 Jul 2010, 21:18:08 UTC - in response to Message 1012912.  

Fourth HEAT WAVEof the year in Philly Town. Actual temp reached 102F (38.8C), Index @ 103F. Shutting down machine until cooler temps. CPU reaching 76C (168F) even with the Corsair Hydro H50 Cooler, no a/c, slight breeze.


Are you sure, that the heatsink is well fixed on the CPU?
AFAIK, this is a water cooling heatsink.
And with a Q6600, it should be much colder.
Maybe add better case cooling (fans)?
Or an other place for the radiator?

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Message 1012941 - Posted: 6 Jul 2010, 21:22:22 UTC - in response to Message 1012912.  
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Fourth HEAT WAVEof the year in Philly Town. Actual temp reached 102F (38.8C), Index @ 103F. Shutting down machine until cooler temps. CPU reaching 76C (168F) even with the Corsair Hydro H50 Cooler, no a/c, slight breeze.


What CPU do you have?
edit: looked at your computers, it's a Q6600... :P Did you overclock it?

I had to clock back my AMD 6 core to stock speed until I get my Scythe Mugen 2 cooler.

With my Intel Q9550 (which suddenly stopped working) it never got over 58C...
Still have warranty so I will have it back in a week or so :)
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Message 1012943 - Posted: 6 Jul 2010, 21:23:31 UTC - in response to Message 1012937.  

But the octopus............ :)

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Yes, sure.. but he's not omniscient.. ;-)

I hope.. X-D

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Message 1012946 - Posted: 6 Jul 2010, 21:26:14 UTC - in response to Message 1012938.  

Well... We have a saying over here:
"Football is 11 against 11 and in the end the Germans win"...

Hope we can change history (1974 anyone? :P)

The Germans played very well, I think they can beat Spain.
Spain, Netherlands, Germany... Sounds like an European Championship :D


Nice phrase.. :-)

Spain have no chance.

We'll meet us.. X-D

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Message 1013013 - Posted: 7 Jul 2010, 0:28:16 UTC

Welcome to my world. In New Orleans we don't have normal seasons. When the rest of the country is having winter, we have a spring/fall hydrid season. When everyone else has spring and fall we have summer, and when everyone else has summer, we have a season in Hell.
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Message 1013058 - Posted: 7 Jul 2010, 2:03:24 UTC - in response to Message 1013013.  

Welcome to my world. In New Orleans we don't have normal seasons. When the rest of the country is having winter, we have a spring/fall hydrid season. When everyone else has spring and fall we have summer, and when everyone else has summer, we have a season in Hell.

Quit your bellyaching ....

Now out west we have just two seasons, semi-wet and desert. You all see what it looks like here on January one in Pasadena. That green stuff on the ground for the football game isn't paint. It is live growing grass. Those shirtless spectators aren't freezing, they took them off to try and cool down from the sun. Oh and a years worth of rain is 15"/381mm. Now in the desert season that grass has to be hauled away as a fire danger. Humidity is always below 20% and the furnace runs it up to 110F/44C for weeks on end, lucky when the evening gets below 80F/27C. Just lovely weather.

Well, that isn't the entire southern California experience. Those right along the ocean get another season when the rest of the north has spring, they have gloom. Onshore breeze puts a constant cloud over them. And I didn't mention -- knock on wood -- the Fire Season when we get hellish hot devil winds of 50mph/80kph. If all the firebugs are in jail the season will usually pass, but otherwise we end up with a Station Fire, burning 160,577 acres (251 sq mi; 64,983 ha).
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Message 1013062 - Posted: 7 Jul 2010, 2:07:25 UTC - in response to Message 1013013.  

Welcome to my world. In New Orleans we don't have normal seasons. When the rest of the country is having winter, we have a spring/fall hydrid season. When everyone else has spring and fall we have summer, and when everyone else has summer, we have a season in Hell.

Its all dry heat here in Reno. LOL We have thunderstorms coming, dry one's, and they put a fire watch up for today, tomorrow, thursday, and friday. LOL Thankfully, I only work tomorrow, then off the rest of the week. Thursday my brother in law goes in for a surgery, and then I'm on vacation Friday and Saturday. I hate this time of year, I hate brush season, they always are so darn busy. LOL

But, my 2 computers keep chugging along. Thanks to my swamp cooler, it keeps my house around 75F-80F.
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Message 1013069 - Posted: 7 Jul 2010, 2:27:37 UTC - in response to Message 1012938.  

Hot? Imagine how hot it is over here!

We just got into the finals!!!!!



We'll see us in the final match..



..and of course, Germany will win!

:o)


Well... We have a saying over here:
"Football is 11 against 11 and in the end the Germans win"...

Hope we can change history (1974 anyone? :P)

The Germans played very well, I think they can beat Spain.
Spain, Netherlands, Germany... Sounds like an European Championship :D

I can just here It now, The Germans are coming, The Germans are coming... ;)

Uruguay is the Americas last hope, If they don't win, It's an all European match...
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Message 1013073 - Posted: 7 Jul 2010, 2:33:30 UTC - in response to Message 1013069.  

Hot? Imagine how hot it is over here!

We just got into the finals!!!!!



We'll see us in the final match..



..and of course, Germany will win!

:o)


Well... We have a saying over here:
"Football is 11 against 11 and in the end the Germans win"...

Hope we can change history (1974 anyone? :P)

The Germans played very well, I think they can beat Spain.
Spain, Netherlands, Germany... Sounds like an European Championship :D

I can just here It now, The Germans are coming, The Germans are coming... ;)

Uruguay is the Americas last hope, If they don't win, It's an all European match...

I want Germany, simply because that's my family roots. :-)
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Message 1013078 - Posted: 7 Jul 2010, 2:38:38 UTC - in response to Message 1012946.  


Nice phrase.. :-)

Spain have no chance.

We'll meet us.. X-D


Neither Serbia had no chance. ;-)
But hey I'm with you on this one. If you guys get the trophy, we'll be the "moral winners" as the only team that beat you.

BTW 04.30AM here in Belgrade and it's 15.7°C(60F) so I'm freezin' my ass off, but during daytime it's a freaking rainforest.
It is so humid and hot you could slice the air and serve it on a plate.


Who the hell is General Failure and why is he reading my harddisk?¿
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Message 1013081 - Posted: 7 Jul 2010, 2:50:46 UTC - in response to Message 1013073.  

My Families roots are from England and France... via Ireland. :D
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Message 1013104 - Posted: 7 Jul 2010, 4:06:07 UTC - in response to Message 1013062.  

Welcome to my world. In New Orleans we don't have normal seasons. When the rest of the country is having winter, we have a spring/fall hydrid season. When everyone else has spring and fall we have summer, and when everyone else has summer, we have a season in Hell.

Its all dry heat here in Reno. LOL We have thunderstorms coming, dry one's, and they put a fire watch up for today, tomorrow, thursday, and friday. LOL Thankfully, I only work tomorrow, then off the rest of the week. Thursday my brother in law goes in for a surgery, and then I'm on vacation Friday and Saturday. I hate this time of year, I hate brush season, they always are so darn busy. LOL

But, my 2 computers keep chugging along. Thanks to my swamp cooler, it keeps my house around 75F-80F.

ALways windy in Reno, I remember one spring I got a real bad sunburn laying out in the sunshine...the next day was a snowstorm.
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Message 1013119 - Posted: 7 Jul 2010, 5:37:48 UTC - in response to Message 1013104.  

Welcome to my world. In New Orleans we don't have normal seasons. When the rest of the country is having winter, we have a spring/fall hydrid season. When everyone else has spring and fall we have summer, and when everyone else has summer, we have a season in Hell.

Its all dry heat here in Reno. LOL We have thunderstorms coming, dry one's, and they put a fire watch up for today, tomorrow, thursday, and friday. LOL Thankfully, I only work tomorrow, then off the rest of the week. Thursday my brother in law goes in for a surgery, and then I'm on vacation Friday and Saturday. I hate this time of year, I hate brush season, they always are so darn busy. LOL

But, my 2 computers keep chugging along. Thanks to my swamp cooler, it keeps my house around 75F-80F.

ALways windy in Reno, I remember one spring I got a real bad sunburn laying out in the sunshine...the next day was a snowstorm.

Burned and then frozen, Oh dear, That must have hurt, Watch out for skin cancer, My brother had that show up once, thankfully It was only once.
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