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post #5681 of 12360 Old 04-01-2010, 09:14 PM
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... you can actually get little heat sinks for the NB!?! somthing I need to look into.

.. ah Gyro the copper rad running through the board is for NB cooling.. there are two.. so the other is SB? as illustrated in that pic you posted.

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Doba shouldn't your ram timings be more like 5-5-5-15?

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... you can actually get little heat sinks for the NB!?! somthing I need to look into.

.. ah Gyro the copper rad running through the board is for NB cooling.. there are two.. so the other is SB? as illustrated in that pic you posted.
Red=vrm's
Yellow=sb/nb
White=heat pipe

It works on the same principal as your cpu cooler, heat is transfered by heat pipe to fins.Stick a fan on it and it will dissipate the heat much better.
Think of how hot your cpu would get if you did not have fan on your True,same thing here.
If you don't have that little fan try mounting a fan so it blows at the mb.
Maybe take the side panel off and run prime and point a fan at different parts of the mb and see if the tmpin2 temps fall any.

Also most people will say lapping/pressure modding a True is necessary to get the best out of it.
Have a read through some of these.
http://www.google.com/cse?cx=partner...erclock.net%2F
http://www.google.com/cse?cx=partner...erclock.net%2F

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Doba shouldn't your ram timings be more like 5-5-5-15?
Everything there is set to auto, overclocking ram is somthing Id have to read more into before playing around with all the settings.

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Red=vrm's
Yellow=sb/nb
White=heat pipe

It works on the same principal as your cpu cooler, heat is transfered by heat pipe to fins.Stick a fan on it and it will dissipate the heat much better.
Think of how hot your cpu would get if you did not have fan on your True,same thing here.
If you don't have that little fan try mounting a fan so it blows at the mb.
Maybe take the side panel off and run prime and point a fan at different parts of the mb and see if the tmpin2 temps fall any.


Good luck

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seems like one could benefit from a side fan, and yet I read the article in the cooling section about best overall cooling and setup towards that, they mentioned that a side fan will cause iregular air flow.. but what you say makes perfect sense. maybe I should get a couple more side fans and let them rip right at the mobo.. or get a couple ones of these:



or similar to this

searching around for a spesific NB/SB cooler for M2N32

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another thought.. all my NB -->SB and vise versa voltages are set to AUTO under advanced, now what if auto mode is throwing too much v at them causing higher temps, maybe manual v setting is the way to go and possibly drop those temps.

howerver looking at all my monitoring programs I dont see anywhere what auto is setting those volts to... If I knew that I know where to start and work my way up from there till stable.

or do I just start from the lowest and go up?

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The unit is one piece so you would have to find a way to cool the vrm,s too.
Much more trouble than it's worth.
A side will help get air to you vid card too.
It's just like any other heat sink,it cools better with air flow.

I'd leave nb/sb volts on auto.

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Lo guys,

The 965 BE is running ok on my M2N32 Sli Deluxe. No probs there. Sisoft sandra benchmarks all run with no probs. but there are some issues. I wonder if I'm the only one:

* System boot feels like it takes longer than usual.
* once every couple of boots, it gives me bsod's ( irq-less-then-equal ). I
have to reset the pc and then it gives me two possibilities to start: normal
or recovery.

When I choose recovery, it says it is loading files. But then, nothing happens anymore. If I choose normal boot, it bootes like nothing has happened.

Anyone familiar with these issues?

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Lo guys,

The 965 BE is running ok on my M2N32 Sli Deluxe. No probs there. Sisoft sandra benchmarks all run with no probs. but there are some issues. I wonder if I'm the only one:

* System boot feels like it takes longer than usual.
* once every couple of boots, it gives me bsod's ( irq-less-then-equal ). I
have to reset the pc and then it gives me two possibilities to start: normal
or recovery.

When I choose recovery, it says it is loading files. But then, nothing happens anymore. If I choose normal boot, it bootes like nothing has happened.

Anyone familiar with these issues?
yep i sometimes get an extra error of
"ACPI not compliant contact your distributor for an updated bios"

i hit restart and she boots in normal

as far as i can tell because the 2209 bios only supports up to the 940 and were pushing the bounds abit further sometimes it works sometimes it doesnt - i haven't had a HDD fail so im pretty certian its just a case of bios expecting one thing but getting another

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The unit is one piece so you would have to find a way to cool the vrm,s too.
Much more trouble than it's worth.
A side will help get air to you vid card too.
It's just like any other heat sink,it cools better with air flow.

I'd leave nb/sb volts on auto.

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youre right it probably wouldnt be worth the trouble..

that piece you posted in the picture, is that aftermarket? looks like one piece just as the stock.. but better? whats it called

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I'm new to the forum so hello everybody.

I have recently decided to upgrade my current computer, and hopefully turning it into a completely different system, mostly for gaming etc. (I'm looking to replace pretty much every component on my current system, except the Hard drive)

Instead of buying the parts all at once, I will be getting them one at a time, my first purchases will be a...

1) Coolermaster Storm Scout (Comes with a coolermaster 700 watt modular PSU)

2) HIS 5770 1GB.

Now before I buy these I need to be absolutely sure on something, The system I currently have, is running on a M2N-E SLI, (After I get the case and GPU, upgrading the motherboard will be the next thing). But will be motherboard run this GPU efficiently?

I have looked around, and it seems a few people have been having problems. So I'm just looking if someone could clarify this for me.

Thanks,

Aaron.

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