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Does anybody know if the Zalman CNPS9700 will fit on this board? It's dimensions are 90(l)x124(w)x142(h).
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Well I finally managed to get all my after market cooling - selection in NZ was sh!@t, so I had to buy in Aussie and then arrange for a friend to ship to me.

E660 CPU - Noctua NH-U12F with 120mm
NB - Noctua NC-U6
SB - Thermaltake Extreme Spirit II
MOSFETS: Bank 1 - Thermalright HR-09U (modified - cut down)
MOSFETS: Bank 2 - Thermalright HR-09S (modified - cut down)

Seems to look good but have had no chance to overclock yet. Just got the RAM unlinked at6 4-4-4-8 1T so far. Hopefully this weekend will see me start to overclock in earnest.

From pic's you can see that the NB Cooler is about 3mm from the fan of the cpu cooler NH-U12F. The NH-U12F sucks air through so will hopefully pull air through the NC-U6 as well.

I have a 120mm Noctua NF-S12-800 rear case exhaust fan as well as a 120mm CM832 case fan pulling air in over the 3 SATA 320MB HDD (2 in RAID0) and another 120mm Noctua NF-S12-800 fan in the top of the case sucking air into the case.

In the end, regards the soundcard, I went with the Bluegears B-Enspirer.
QUESTION: Anyone had problems uninstalling the SoundMax HDA driver ? I keep getting an error on boot up regards the SoundMax driver and also when I try to uninstall it. I have tried bnoth with the HDA enabled and disabled in the BIOS. I didn't uninstall the SoundMax driver before installing the Bluegears B-Enspirer so will try this on the weekend.


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post #1873 of 5659
Nice set up and pics.No problems here with sound drivers.I just disable in bios and go.
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yea isprog... very nice setup!
I just finished getting my Noctua in... I couldn't wait for the SB cooling so I kept the stock cooling... I really wanted to get those mosfet coolers but they seemed pricy and wasn't sure if they'd fit... now I regret not getting them

I also lapped my Tunic and the Noctua... but for some strange reason my temps seem to have gone up!

I know AS is not baked in, but what about the lapping and the fact that I took a bunch of fuzzies out of the TT?

I was ideling at 39-43 and now I am at 44-46... what's the AS5 bake in drop again? is it a bit less than 5C?
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isprog, nice setup mate
Should get some pretty good cooling from that setup from the looks of it
And I'll be getting a new Soundcard soon so I will let you know if I have any problems uninstalling the asus HD audio drivers, hopefully not...

And USlatin:
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3) Break-In Period
Due to the unique shape and sizes of the particles in Arctic Silver 5 conductive matrix, it will take a up to 200 hours and several thermal cycles to achieve maximum particle to particle thermal conduction and for the heatsink to CPU interface to reach maximum conductivity. (This period will be longer in a system without a fan on the heatsink or with a low speed fan on the heatsink.) On systems measuring actual internal core temperatures via the CPU's internal diode, the measured temperature will often drop 2C to 5C over this "break-in" period. This break-in will occur during the normal use of the computer as long as the computer is turned off from time to time and the interface is allowed to cool to room temperature. Once the break-in is complete, the computer can be left on if desired.
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post #1876 of 5659
cool... thank you for the quote... I never thought about the need to turn off the computer to let the AS5 cool off... and it is nice to know they say it is from 2 - 5 C


I am hitting 60C with Orthos... i don't like it one bit... it's been a long time since I got such high temps...


I guess given that my Tuniq is now facing upwads it has less of a low pressure aide... the rear fan in my case was closer to the exhaust of the TT and it had about the same CMF but in a smaller more concentrated area... the 200mm fan on the top isn't as helpfull...maybe I should change the 200mm for a faster one


EDIT: I just did the finger test.... I wish I had a probe but I used to feel the NB with my figer every so often to see how hot it was... especially when I was having instability issues... I couldn't keep my finger on it... it would burn the crap out of me after 2-3 seconds... GREAT NEWS: I can keep my finger on that sucker all day so by my guess-timation it must be at about 50-60C about as hot as the CPU... anyone know where to get a cheap temp-probe? (BTW I transplanted the 40mm fan I had rigged on the stock heatsink over to the Noctua...)
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post #1877 of 5659
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mica3speedy View Post
Does anybody know if the Zalman CNPS9700 will fit on this board? It's dimensions are 90(l)x124(w)x142(h).
Yes that was the first cooler I had on it.
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post #1878 of 5659
here is a pic... I'll take better ones when Michelle wakes up

edit: I think I might switch the fan for a 50mm (15 or 10mm thick) fan with higher CMF... they have some 17CMF ones that are 15mm... I bet that little 40mm fan I have on it now is a 7-8CMF

edit:
BTW I am running Orthos (2hs and counting) with 4-4-4-12-2T@ 1000MHz... gonna try to go up to 1100MHz later... which I had previously MemTested at said speed... but I am still to try and see if 1T at 950MHz will stick now that I have the NB cooling on...
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BTW, this cooler should fit on the southbridge

Vantec Iceberq

Its made for vga cards but the pin outs should match to the sb pins. Seeing as its copper and has a high rpm fan, it should work fine for the sb (but not sufficient for the nb).

The neat thing is that its low profile and will likely fit under a sound card (Thus resolving one of the issues we have had with this board and longer x-fi cards).

It should work similar to the fan on the DFI board (pic attached)


I'm going to pick one up tomorrow and give it a try.

$15 is not a bad deal if it works.

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BTW, this cooler should fit on the southbridge

Vantec Iceberq

Its made for vga cards but the pin outs should match to the sb pins. Seeing as its copper and has a high rpm fan, it should work fine for the sb (but not sufficient for the nb).

The neat thing is that its low profile and will likely fit under a sound card (Thus resolving one of the issues we have had with this board and longer x-fi cards).

It should work similar to the fan on the DFI board (pic attached)


I'm going to pick one up tomorrow and give it a try.

$15 is not a bad deal if it works.
It looks like it has an undersized contact surface.
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