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Thread: liquad applience




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    Is there a type of liquad applience added towards the cpu fan?:afro:

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    can anyone translate that?
    I think i skipped the inglisz klas that he woz in, or something. But i dont understand the comment?/question? that he makes.
    :shrug:

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    It certainly has me confused. :confused:

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    is he talking about oiling the fan or something? :?:

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    a liquid appliance?

    Well what I know that goes on is mobo, cpu.thin layer of thermal paste, heatsink then a fan.

    That's how a cpu should be connected :)
    Athlon Xp 2100+, Asus A7V8X mobo w/ rev 1003 bios, 1Gig DDR ram, Sb audigy, Radeon 9700 Pro, Antec 430 W true power supply, 120 GB Western Digital HD w/ 8MB cache, 60 GB Western Digital HD w/2 MB cache, SMC Nic, 32X10X40 LG CDRW, 16XDVD Liteon, 21" Sony Trinitron, Altec Lansing 641 Speakers

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    Yes thats what i meant thermal paste, will this be required on every heatsink?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clarkdevlin
    will this be required on every heatsink?
    yes, your cpu will not be very happy if you don't :)
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    clarkdevlin, gotta lay off the pipe man...

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