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Originally Posted by tylerm21 View Post

I dont have anywhere to mount the fan

Zip ties , double sided tape, anything will do, your motherboard will thank you.
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post #22 of 23
What I I do is I have a 140 MM or 120MM fan zip tie it or place it on top of my gpu and it blows onto my vrms and nb
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Hi everyone, I've been reading and searching till i found this thread regarding the NB getting to hot on my Asrock FX990 Killer Fatality too , which i Agree too that it shouldn't be that hot. I might have two solutions for some of you that is interesting. the first it can be a little loud for some, and maybe not for others. The second one is my favorite because is very quiet on idle and slowly increse fan speed, but need to set the curve of the auto fan or software at the right speed having a little less fan noise. I learned the hard way about it when i was moving some wire and accidentally put the tip of my finger on it, it left me a burn mark on my finger for three day, definitely more than 100 degree, i said, (no! no! Jose, No senior! ). My CPU is over clocked, is a FX8350 OC at 44MHz. not much. I started to find a way to solve this bad issue, and some how had to stumble on a 70mm fan that i was throwing left and right that i removed from somewhere and close to cut the 4-pin PWM wire that i was in need it, when i saw a little tiny thing on the back of it, it was a temp sensor. quickly i tested and was incredibly working at the point that i was running games and soon after checking and touching it with the same finger on it with out burning it. most of the times i kept forgotten the F-Streming fan Channel slide bar at at minimum and slowly increased by it self at higher speed, and at the closing of the game slowly decreases.The 4-pin plug it has to go at the Chassis fan Connector (CHA_FAN1) see MB Manual.

As you can see the model fan in the back, you want to find the exact the same model because there are so many of the same company with no sensor.

I will try to post a video and the second option, so you can hear the sound of it, biggrin.gif ( sorry about that) tongue.gif .You'll hear the fan at maximum speed. the starting of my computer will set the fans at maximum speed until F-Stream kikes in and set the speed at my desire level.
I hope this will help to fight the heat on the NB...

biggrin.gif Cheers......
Edited by Silent Storm - 2/25/16 at 9:50pm
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