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http://www.amazon.com/Metro-Vacuum-ED500-500-Watt-Electric/dp/B001J4ZOAW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1332338969&sr=8-1


if you can get one of those, you can use it for a long time.. not sure if amazon available in Turkey..
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Go ahead and take the heatsink off of the processor to clean it. While you're at it, point the HSF to the left (so air goes out the back of the case) and flip the top-rear fan around like everyone has said.

Pointing it to the left will allow more air through the fan that the GPU is blocking. Also, the hear from the GPU will not be sucked in anymore.

What are the temps on your 590 right now? Can you give us idle temps, then run the Heaven benchmark to get load temps?
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http://www.amazon.com/Metro-Vacuum-ED500-500-Watt-Electric/dp/B001J4ZOAW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1332338969&sr=8-1
if you can get one of those, you can use it for a long time.. not sure if amazon available in Turkey..


You are the 3rd one to recommend me this product. I believe its time to export it from USA.



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Go ahead and take the heatsink off of the processor to clean it. While you're at it, point the HSF to the left (so air goes out the back of the case) and flip the top-rear fan around like everyone has said.
Pointing it to the left will allow more air through the fan that the GPU is blocking. Also, the hear from the GPU will not be sucked in anymore.
What are the temps on your 590 right now? Can you give us idle temps, then run the Heaven benchmark to get load temps?


I am extremely scared to do that first thing you said. I dont know how to take the CPU fan out as its a process that i didnt do that before. I will try to learn more about it and do it.

 

It seems a complicated setup. 

 

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I am not so great at knowing how this CPU fan is working but i suppose the cold air is coming from where the GPU is (the bottom) and hot air is being thrown out from the top?

 

So you suggest me to turn t counter clockwise so the fan will point towards the front of the case, and the place where heat is thrown will point towards the rear?

 

Also my 590s idle is around 45 degrees and under full load around 83, maybe some instances 85. (no OC)

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Just out of curiosity but do you run the computer with out the side panel? Because that would make a huge difference on airflow, and may explain your temps.
     
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Just out of curiosity but do you run the computer with out the side panel? Because that would make a huge difference on airflow, and may explain your temps.


Oh no i have the side panel on always.. I just take it out when taking the pics.

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I am not so great at knowing how this CPU fan is working but i suppose the cold air is coming from where the GPU is (the bottom) and hot air is being thrown out from the top?

So you suggest me to turn t counter clockwise so the fan will point towards the front of the case, and the place where heat is thrown will point towards the rear?

Also my 590s idle is around 45 degrees and under full load around 83, maybe some instances 85. (no OC)

Never a better time to learn! It's very easy. All you need is some new thermal paste and some isopropyl alcohol. There are plenty of guides on the forum. Pick your favorite.

Also, for a reference cooler, those temps are fine. You're not going to see a huge decrease in temps adding another fan to your case. Don't forget that you have two GPU's on one PCB, so temps are going to be hot with the stock fan. You'd need to get an aftermarket cooler to really bring your temps down.

EDIT: Can't understand what he is saying, but this video shows what you need to do. Most of it should be done because you already have the backplate installed.
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Never a better time to learn! It's very easy. All you need is some new thermal paste and some isopropyl alcohol. There are plenty of guides on the forum. Pick your favorite.
Also, for a reference cooler, those temps are fine. You're not going to see a huge decrease in temps adding another fan to your case. Don't forget that you have two GPU's on one PCB, so temps are going to be hot with the stock fan. You'd need to get an aftermarket cooler to really bring your temps down.
EDIT: Can't understand what he is saying, but this video shows what you need to do. Most of it should be done because you already have the backplate installed.


Thank you for the video link and the time...

 

I actually decided to go with a FULL TOWER case and will be having my case on Friday so i am moving all my setup to the new case. 

 

Meanwhile i will either clean it at that time, but maybe i can clean it later.

 

I am kinda nervous as i never ever mounted a motherboard or a CPU before.

 

I believe the CPU is on the motherboard and on the top of it there is the CPU cooler.

 

And I believe i can just dismount the motherboard so the CPU and the COOLER will still be on top of it, than transfer it to the new case and screw it.

 

Or am i totally wrong?

 

Do i have to take the parts out one by one?

 

 

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Thank you for the video link and the time...
I actually decided to go with a FULL TOWER case and will be having my case on Friday so i am moving all my setup to the new case. 
Meanwhile i will either clean it at that time, but maybe i can clean it later.
I am kinda nervous as i never ever mounted a motherboard or a CPU before.
I believe the CPU is on the motherboard and on the top of it there is the CPU cooler.
And I believe i can just dismount the motherboard so the CPU and the COOLER will still be on top of it, than transfer it to the new case and screw it.
Or am i totally wrong?
Do i have to take the parts out one by one?

Its better to take out the components out one by one (Graphics card, Sound card, etc) If the cpu cooler is heavy i would try to support it the best i can.

But full towers can be worse for air cooling due to the fact the air isn't moving through fast enough can can hurt temperatures. But this depends on the case.
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Its better to take out the components out one by one (Graphics card, Sound card, etc) If the cpu cooler is heavy i would try to support it the best i can.
But full towers can be worse for air cooling due to the fact the air isn't moving through fast enough can can hurt temperatures. But this depends on the case.


I will actually take all the parts out but only plan on leaving the CPU and its fan. Those are the only two that i am having trouble with...

 

This case i ordered AeroCool Xpredator is recommended a lot for its air flow but i guess we shall see thumbsupsmiley.png

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its natural, sometimes it just doesn't help because its not getting air to where it needs to be, GPU might be taking it or its just not cold enough of air to make a difference.
   
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