Yeah... except the NIH's definition is overweight isn't just body fat - it's also water weight, muscle, and bone.
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As the current-gen comes to a close, I finally (should have a long time ago) bought a PS3. Ordered it on eBay - and now I'm excited; let me bask in this for a moment....
Ahh - okay.
Now, what exclusives have I been missing out on while I was playing my Xbox?
MLB The Show is definitely going to be a purchase - and probably Socom (had the original one on PS2), what else what else??
Instead of answering your question, I'm going to tell you what you should have upgraded to and why... because that's the opposite of what you want - and is so helpful..
On a serious note; I would assume a software problem - my first guess would be on Windows 8.
Alright - so I decided today, that I would see if I could shim it and see if it would at least hold me off a week until I can get a new fan.
After shimming it (and applying thermal paste to each individual shim) I booted up the PC. It booted up fine, I noticed the CPU temp (from hardware monitor on boot) lingering at a meager 30c. I did a couple more boots and watched as the temp climbed - eventually reaching a frightening 93 (which is as high as would go). It's OBVIOUS it's from the heatsink I've rigged together. So I decided to check the paste, which seemed okay and took the fan off and made sure the push pins were through the board. Again I turned it on, at about 35c. Turned off, back on, at 53c.
Is it safe to say the shim is causing this outrageous heat increase? Or is it possible the temp reading is off. I don't understand how it's increasing 30 degrees during a reboot (10 seconds max).
[QUOTE="Thuganomic05"][QUOTE="Fightingfan"]Sex, money, Guns. FightingfanIs that rap song or your answer? That's my life. *High Five*
Sex, money, Guns. FightingfanIs that rap song or your answer?