The anonymous poster who called me a fool up there should either keep his mouth shut or identify himself.
I've been trained in electro-technical engineering for two years and six months before I had to stop because of health-problems and consider myself two have quite a bit of knowledge on the subject. I'm happy to share all the infos I can remember or find on my HDD on the subject to enable people to do the same thing. Specifically I'd be interested in performance results with an up-clocked Kinetic.
Just anonymously calling me a fool won't help anyone, except the people who think it's best to keep as much information to themselves as they possibly can.
I got some very negative reactions from some people a few years back, when I did it, wich was the reason for me to stop giving away any information on the subject.
Yesterday I read about Ian's experiments, looked at the photos of his card, noticed he hadn't put any cooling-equipment on some vital components and thought it might be a good idea to point that out to him, as otherwise he'll probably damage these components pretty soon if he hasn't done so already.
It isn't nice to be called a fool when all you were trying to do was to offer some help to someone who obviously needed it.