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5 Common Myths of Cooling - PCstats.com 5 Common Myths of Cooling
Fri, August 23 2002 | 10:29AM | PermaLink Feedback?
The boys at ProCooling have posted 5 common myths of cooling. If you're a cooler freak or want to know what to do and what not to, check this out.

I have learned a lot over the years from overclocking and cooling nuts in many different online haunts, but I have also come across a fair amount of misinformation. Since I have gotten (deservedly?) the reputation for being a hardass on the Pro Forums, I figure that I might as well earn the title by formally presenting and debunking some of the more egregious errors that I have come across online.

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