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i think im gonna do a hole for a 120mm fan with my dremel


Do it the right way and use a bi-metal hole saw. That way you will get a nice round hole. A Dremel is useless for any real metal fabrication of any sort.
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i can use my grinder too....

But anyways i think im going to drill 4 hole and after small hole for the airflow.. it simple and will look less stupids than a big hole
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Do it the right way and use a bi-metal hole saw. That way you will get a nice round hole. A Dremel is useless for any real metal fabrication of any sort.

Yeah but a 5" bi-metal hole saw is on the pricey side. And with a Dremel, you could go through many disks for that 5 inch round hole, heh. I would use a jig saw with a fine tooth for metal blade, then finish off with a half round metal file. thumb.gif
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will look less stupids than a big hole
Thats why they sell fancy grill covers. biggrin.gif




Since my CM 212+ is mounted with the air blowing to the top of the case, I can get in there and measure the socket temp. While HWinfo64 and the Asus socket temp were at 28C idle, I measured 29C with my infrared thermometer. So that would mean either the Asus diode or my thermometer are off by 1C. Either way, both are within tolerance.smile.gif
    
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My dremel disk even if their are very cheap are pretty solid i mean i cut a differential bearing with it rolleyes.gif a 250cc atv ok i used 2 disk Jobmate the dremel cost 15$ and it come with disk awesome thumbsupsmiley.png


Im still thinking of how i will do it
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OK, I measured my temps at full load on the back chips that correspond to your pictures above #3 - #5, where youre showing 100 - 113C temps.

All but the bottom chip are covered by my 92mm fan. The temp measurement on that chip never got above 45C. The other chips should be just as cool or cooler. Thats a shocking 68C less than your max temp on those chips. eek.gif

OK, I got my new Arctic Cooling 92mm F9pwmPST fan mounted on the back to give the 10year old 92mm fan there a rest. The old fan @ 7volts was putting out I estimate 15 - 20 CFMs while the new one is 43 cfm and is just as quiet. I also mounted it using rubber washers, so its 1/4" further from the back of the mobo than it was. My socket temp went down another 1C while my core temps remained about the same. But the big surprise was that at full load on the back chips that correspond to your pictures above #3 - #5, where youre showing 100 - 113C temps, the max temp I measured was 35C. So the higher cfm fans really help those. thumb.gif

The fan that was running on the back @7v for 10 years is an Adda model AD0912MS-A70GL, 12v/.27amp. Its a sleeve bearing and also 43 cfm at 12 volts. http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/ADDA/AD0912MS-A70GL/?qs=visfh753kvWlSSklv2jXOw==

It still doesnt rattle or anything, so Ill give it a good cleaning and oiling and put back into service somewhere. smile.gif

Jeez, if a sleeve bearing fan can last 10 years in use, a Fluid Dynamic bearing one should last 20. tongue.gif
    
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OK, I got my new Arctic Cooling 92mm F9pwmPST fan mounted on the back to give the 10year old 92mm fan there a rest. The old fan @ 7volts was putting out I estimate 15 - 20 CFMs while the new one is 43 cfm and is just as quiet. I also mounted it using rubber washers, so its 1/4" further from the back of the mobo than it was. My socket temp went down another 1C while my core temps remained about the same. But the big surprise was that at full load on the back chips that correspond to your pictures above #3 - #5, where youre showing 100 - 113C temps, the max temp I measured was 35C. So the higher cfm fans really help those. thumb.gif

The fan that was running on the back @7v for 10 years is an Adda model AD0912MS-A70GL, 12v/.27amp. Its a sleeve bearing and also 43 cfm at 12 volts. http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/ADDA/AD0912MS-A70GL/?qs=visfh753kvWlSSklv2jXOw==

It still doesnt rattle or anything, so Ill give it a good cleaning and oiling and put back into service somewhere. smile.gif

Jeez, if a sleeve bearing fan can last 10 years in use, a Fluid Dynamic bearing one should last 20. tongue.gif


There are riffle bearing of what i heard... i have one of mine brand new that rattle sometime but i put oil 3 time in it and it stopped a defective one in my 5 arctic fan it pretty good

And cfm rating are not exact most of time
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good,when prime95 fails in testing for me its generally the 5th core first, but not necessary 100% of the time.zgjULx
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