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post #11 of 24
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Originally Posted by bboiprfsr View Post

well here's my theory.
1) he's using top fans as intake

2) he's using a noctua L9i


3) i will regret this but t
sometimes, a man's gotta do what a man's gotta do
Be sure to check out my man's "* * Ways to Better Cooling; Airflow, Cooler & Fan Data..* "

Desperate airflow issues call for desperate doyll quotes. biggrin.gif

He's using the top intake AND the 140mm front intake.

The L9i lacks clearance below the fin stack to use the reverse flow effectively. It's a decent, much quieter replacement for the stock intel paperweight, er, cooler. But, is not the best choice for an itx case that supports 160mm+ tower coolers.
post #12 of 24
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Originally Posted by MicroCat View Post

Desperate airflow issues call for desperate doyll quotes. biggrin.gif

At least i'm not desperate like this


more in line of copy/pasting a post xD
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post #13 of 24
60c is perfectly safe i drink my coffee at 55c tongue.gif


at 80c + you start thinking about cooling.


My northbridge was at 80c on my amd 970 mobo. Just dropped a fan on top and it now like 40c
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post #14 of 24
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The L9i lacks clearance below the fin stack to use the reverse flow effectively.

Interesting. I thought reverse flow was an interesting concept.

Just like this rhyme

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post #15 of 24
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Desperate airflow issues call for desperate doyll quotes. biggrin.gif

He's using the top intake AND the 140mm front intake.

The L9i lacks clearance below the fin stack to use the reverse flow effectively. It's a decent, much quieter replacement for the stock intel paperweight, er, cooler. But, is not the best choice for an itx case that supports 160mm+ tower coolers.
NH-L9i lacks clearance for airflow either direction.

And it's about 3dB louder than stock Intel coolers. tongue.gif

But it is very 'compact'. tongue.gif
post #16 of 24
https://forums.aida64.com/topic/1128-pch-diode-what-temperature-it-is-normal/

PCH is the chipset component of your motherboard. It tends to run a bit hotter than processors, especially at idle. Anything above 80 Celsius is considered high for chipsets, and beyond 90 Celsius is considered critical.

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post #17 of 24
https://hardforum.com/threads/asus-z170-ws-pch-extremely-hot.1890322/
Seithennin - "50-60c is average temp for the PCH controller." "from reading around about the pch controller, people are reporting 60c averages and even a few @70C."
" These boards are designed to utilize the cpu heatsink airflow/exhaust as cooling for the PCH. The heat rising off the videocard right onto the PCH heatsink causes higher PCH temps also. Something to consider"


https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?53106-Safe-Temps-for-VRM-and-PCH
Chino - "60C is perfectly normal. If you want to improve the VRM cooling, you can put a fan over it. "
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post #18 of 24
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Originally Posted by bboiprfsr View Post

well here's my theory.
1) he's using top fans as intake

2) he's using a noctua L9i


3) i will regret this but t
sometimes, a man's gotta do what a man's gotta do
Be sure to check out my man's "* * Ways to Better Cooling; Airflow, Cooler & Fan Data..* "

Major correction: Im using the Noctua NH-U9S Cooler on my Board (Sorry my baad)
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post #19 of 24
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Can you suggest a decent powerful front intake fan that I can use (that's not that noisy).

I might just swap out the front and back along with install the following:

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post #20 of 24
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Can you suggest a decent powerful front intake fan that I can use (that's not that noisy).

I might just swap out the front and back along with install the following:

With 'case' setup like that you don't need any case fans. tongue.gif

Edit: But dust and twitching cat tails are a potential problems.

Edit, Edit: Generally adding fans inside of case mixes heated air with cool intake air, so be careful how you use them
Edited by doyll - 9/6/16 at 3:40am
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