Loc: San Francisco, CA
So, I think I am going to take apart my MDD again and re-set the bus and CPUs to their stock 133/867 speeds. I've been having lots of problems recently and have been unable to pinpoint exactly what they are from, so I figured my safest bet is to go back to the beginning.
I had also undone pretty much all my extra cooling mods, but I think when I go about reverting the clock speeds, I'll be adding the extra fans back in (and finding a better way to mount the fan controller).
I am also considering an after-market heatsink-fan combo for my 9800 Pro as I believe the fan in it has a problem (it makes a horrible sound when the computer is turned on). Right now I'm back to using my 9000 Pro.
So, sadly, I think all my modding endeavors were for naught. Let's put a nice crying face in here... :'(
There we go.
In other news... I have been toying with the idea of having my MDD's PSU be external, possibly mounted into its own box with its own cooling. Kind of a useless idea, but maybe I could do something fun with the space where it sits.
DP 1.08GHz PMG4 MDD, 1GB PC2700 DDR, 200GB ATA (16MB, 7200RPM), Radeon 9800 Pro (256MB)
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