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    boo hoo no pc!!!

    dam it turned on my pc this morning and due to the water cooler pump failing (along with the alarm not sounding) i fried my processor (i-5 2500k) so have just ordered a i7-2700k but will be a few days and netbook is a 3fps max :s so please bare with me
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    RE: boo hoo no pc!!!

    That sucks. But on the bright side, you may actually get some fresh air now

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    RE: boo hoo no pc!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by InsaneJ
    That sucks. But on the bright side, you may actually get some fresh air now
    Trust me I get enough fresh air while I work (window down in car lol ) ....think my new chip going to need some fresh air though so looking at maybe installing backup fans incase water pump fails yet again would you believe all this cost and problem comes down to a £0.30 pence fuse ..total cost up to yet is £389.76 pence just hoping not damaged anything else :s
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    RE: boo hoo no pc!!!

    Ouch, that makes it even more painful :B

    Why not consider getting rid of the water cooling setup? Nowadays air is quiet and cools better then entry-level water cooling setups. Only it's much cheaper and less risky.

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