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    Could be a voltage issue. Did you check your psu?

    Could be a voltage issue. Did you check your psu?
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    Resetting the bios to optimized defaults should...

    Resetting the bios to optimized defaults should be standard procedure when changing memory modules. When you say 110... do you mean C or F?
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    The 70% solution is fine. You just want a little...

    The 70% solution is fine. You just want a little bit on a lint free cloth to wipe up any residual paste. It will dry off in seconds.

    To be honest, it's not a good idea to install the heatsink with...
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    The closed loop systems are pretty safe. I've...

    The closed loop systems are pretty safe. I've never heard of one leaking. Perhaps with open loop setups and faulty installation. That's one beast of a rig you got there btw. I recently took the leap...
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    Have you tried installing speedfan and running a...

    Have you tried installing speedfan and running a stress test? You can get a good idea about what temps you are hitting before it shuts down. I agree with goldbarb that the heatsink isn't making...
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    Welcome back Andrea

    Welcome back Andrea
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    Thanks a lot guys!

    Thanks a lot guys!
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    As someone who suffers with depression, and who...

    As someone who suffers with depression, and who loved Robin, this hit me really hard

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    It is indeed peacock moss

    It is indeed peacock moss
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    Pentax shooter here. Image quality/price is the...

    Pentax shooter here. Image quality/price is the best value you can get. Also, there are a lot of excellent vintage lenses that can be acquired very inexpensively.
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    Confrontational. like your last post above before...

    Confrontational. like your last post above before being banned.

    Good day to you.
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    I looked at the links that were posted. The first...

    I looked at the links that were posted. The first was an article on cycling by our own esteemed Lady Hobbs. It says "Unless you have well water, you must always use a de-chlorinator"

    This was...
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    I saw no condescension on this thread. Fish do...

    I saw no condescension on this thread. Fish do die, yes. But when this happens because of members not following advice that they themselves requested, people will tend to be annoyed.

    Please keep...
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    All the information posted by the other members...

    All the information posted by the other members is correct. The bottom line is, if your water has chlorine added to it at any stage, it needs to be dechlorinated. A simple process that does not need...
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    Good stuff man

    Good stuff man
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    Thats awesome Scotty. Good sailing man.

    Thats awesome Scotty. Good sailing man.
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    I agree with Sandz. Their appearance would be too...

    I agree with Sandz. Their appearance would be too likely to trigger a feeding response with anything larger than dwarf cichlids
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    Salvinis do well in a planted tank as well as...

    Salvinis do well in a planted tank as well as most geos.
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    They do quite well in freshwater. I bet someone...

    They do quite well in freshwater. I bet someone put it in there as a joke. Sounds like something I would have done in my younger years.
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    Thanks everyone. Great shot Richard.

    Thanks everyone. Great shot Richard.
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    Congrats Madagascariensis and Compass. Good job

    Congrats Madagascariensis and Compass. Good job
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    Congrats Kevin. Good job man

    Congrats Kevin. Good job man
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    I love lionfish. That one is a beauty. The tank...

    I love lionfish. That one is a beauty. The tank too
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    My apologies. In my above comment, I meant to say...

    My apologies. In my above comment, I meant to say that I've had success using hydroggen peroxide to spot treat bba
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    BBA is a type of red algae. I've had success...

    BBA is a type of red algae. I've had success using a syringe to spot treat bba on hardscape, just before water changes. Black mollies also eat it, but only when no other food is available.
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