JJMAN's beast 
This is JJ's crazy ass FanStack.  He took 2 Volcano 2's and stole the fan off one and stacked it on top of the other.  By doing this he reduced the temperature by 30 degrees on his Athlon 850.
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This is JJ's crazy ass FanStack. He took 2 Volcano 2's and stole the fan off one and stacked it on top of the other. By doing this he reduced the temperature by 30 degrees on his Athlon 850.
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One of the 20 or so fans in this case.  Look at those edges!!! That is some precision drill work.
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One of the 20 or so fans in this case. Look at those edges!!! That is some precision drill work.
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You think you got fans in your case?  HA! JJ has more fans than Britney Spears.
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You think you got fans in your case? HA! JJ has more fans than Britney Spears.
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This fan moves so much air, he had to strap down the hard drives so they don't blow away.
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This fan moves so much air, he had to strap down the hard drives so they don't blow away.
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JJMAN is all into customizing his case.
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JJMAN is all into customizing his case.
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JJ's Pride and Joy, his Geforce2 Ultra 64mb AGP card, with custom cooling. :)
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JJ's Pride and Joy, his Geforce2 Ultra 64mb AGP card, with custom cooling. :)
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The swing open cage allows for cooling your room off on those hot summer days.  Also note, that when this thing powers on, the lights in the neighborhood dim.
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The swing open cage allows for cooling your room off on those hot summer days. Also note, that when this thing powers on, the lights in the neighborhood dim.
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JJ's custom voltage regulator.  The Abit KT7A-R's voltage will only go to 1.85, or should I say, "would".  With about 8 dollars in parts, a soldering gun, a glue gun, and some balls. The board now can achieve up to 2.30v and is overclocked from 850 to 1066mhz.
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JJ's custom voltage regulator. The Abit KT7A-R's voltage will only go to 1.85, or should I say, "would". With about 8 dollars in parts, a soldering gun, a glue gun, and some balls. The board now can achieve up to 2.30v and is overclocked from 850 to 1066mhz.
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AMD TBird 1.333@1600mhz  After Redoing Windows 2K, this overclock isnt even a strain. :)
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AMD TBird 1.333@1600mhz After Redoing Windows 2K, this overclock isnt even a strain. :)
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2.17v-107degrees  Voltage Smoltage. Without this it would be dificult to reach these speeds stable.  I still have 1.3 volts left to push through it :)
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2.17v-107degrees Voltage Smoltage. Without this it would be dificult to reach these speeds stable. I still have 1.3 volts left to push through it :)
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To Overclock or Not.  Well that's up to you but theres a ton of factors "HEAT" being number one and you dont want your voltage to fry your Shioloah eh.  Here is a link to the site I got the info to actualy use the Voltage mod itself on this board.

http://www.extremeoverclocking.com/articles/howto/Extreme_Voltage_Mod_1.html

I've learned a ton from cooling, to a good Power supply, to chipset cooling, video cooling and most importantly CPU Cooling as well as Case Cooling.
It's taken alot of time and patience to read and learn from other ppl as well as onhand experience.  Again there realy is no need to overclock these days, But if your like me and want to get a 1600 from his 1.3 then woohoo for you as You can maybe get some useful stuff from here in a few minutes instead of researching for several hours as well as testing. :)
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To Overclock or Not. Well that's up to you but theres a ton of factors "HEAT" being number one and you dont want your voltage to fry your Shioloah eh. Here is a link to the site I got the info to actualy use the Voltage mod itself on this board.

http://www.extremeoverclocking.com/articles/howto/Extreme_Voltage_Mod_1.html

I've learned a ton from cooling, to a good Power supply, to chipset cooling, video cooling and most importantly CPU Cooling as well as Case Cooling.
It's taken alot of time and patience to read and learn from other ppl as well as onhand experience. Again there realy is no need to overclock these days, But if your like me and want to get a 1600 from his 1.3 then woohoo for you as You can maybe get some useful stuff from here in a few minutes instead of researching for several hours as well as testing. :)
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Tbird 1.333@1600mhz
As you can see, this puppy is clocken right next to the new XP 1800+ chip and the Intel 2 ghz.  :) Speed Smeed.. This chip only cost me around $80 bucks also. Not a bad CHEAP Upgrade eh :)
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Tbird 1.333@1600mhz
As you can see, this puppy is clocken right next to the new XP 1800+ chip and the Intel 2 ghz. :) Speed Smeed.. This chip only cost me around $80 bucks also. Not a bad CHEAP Upgrade eh :)
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SiSoft-1600-CPU Multimedia Benchmark.

Again this thing fires off another challenge and amazingly enough its ahead of them all.  Im sure that when the benchmarks start to take advantage of the new XP's Instrucions as well as the Intel SSE2 Instructions, they will show better scores.  But for now, read it and weap! :)
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SiSoft-1600-CPU Multimedia Benchmark.

Again this thing fires off another challenge and amazingly enough its ahead of them all. Im sure that when the benchmarks start to take advantage of the new XP's Instrucions as well as the Intel SSE2 Instructions, they will show better scores. But for now, read it and weap! :)
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PC MeltDown... I guess overclocking does cause a little bit more of a requirment for fan's eh. :)
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PC MeltDown... I guess overclocking does cause a little bit more of a requirment for fan's eh. :)
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