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    Thanks for the reply. Is there an inherent...

    Thanks for the reply. Is there an inherent problem with these FSP psus?
    I had a 700w Epsilon that did just about the same thing as well with nothing much on load (probably a Core 2 E6600 or...
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    Fan replacement for noisy FSP psu

    Hi Guys,
    Basically i've got an FSP 600 GLN (i think, currently away from home) that seems to ramp up and stay at 100% speed no matter the load.. quite annoying. I'm planning on removing the fan and...
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    Those temps are fine for stock. I've got my 920...

    Those temps are fine for stock. I've got my 920 under a NH-D14 @ 1.334v 4.2Ghz touching 84C under intel burn test in this 30C ambient heat (heatwave in the uk), see me crying? :D
  4. Thread: QX6850 vs a E8500

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    Would likely go for a Q9550 or Q9650, no need for...

    Would likely go for a Q9550 or Q9650, no need for the X series. It'll run alot cooler than 65nm quads and if you get an E0 revision you're almost guaranteed 4GHz (never had an E0 that did not do at...
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    Probably, however one machine i built has a Q9450...

    Probably, however one machine i built has a Q9450 @ 4.0Ghz with that very same Gigabyte mobo, cost an arm and a leg when i built it for the client too. AFAIR its got 6GB Hyperx PC8500 running 1:1...
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    Ok.. i'll go out and buy a 300W psu for xx.xx...

    Ok.. i'll go out and buy a 300W psu for xx.xx amount of dosh, while i still have a free 700W sitting on the table.. thanks for the advice! :) I know the psu will likely hold up easily, however FSP...
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    FSP 700W PSU - How high can i go realistically?

    Hi guys, love the reviews!

    I've recently inherited a 700W FX-700GLN FSP (with 4 15A 12v rails) psu from my cousin whos had it for 2 years, however the fan ended up getting caught in a screwdriver...
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