Originally Posted by Master_Axe
of course its "got" forceware... it *is* forceware . Still hoping some1 can answer my question, thx
You have to set v-sync to Off not application-controlled to...
the shim is the way to go. I used a 24 gauge (.02) copper sheet and cut it just big enough to cover the gpu. There is a slight gap between the gpu and heatsink, especially if you scrape off the crappy dell thermal foil.
You need to sand all the ruff edges off and make sure it is as flat as possible. I would only sand the flat parts lightly with a super fine grade of sandpaper and when you install it put AS5 on both sides. The shim really lowered the...
It's not the drive, it's the CD. Some CD's are not perfectly balanced so with 9300 drive which spins a little faster than most, it will make a really bad vibration. There's no fix, because they all do it.