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post #1941 of 5659
well I got higher CPU temps with this mount but I think it was a bad AS application... I tried the little blob method for the first time but that noctua rocks in comparison to the stock cooling... even when I had the little 40mm fan on it...
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well I got higher CPU temps with this mount but I think it was a bad AS application... I tried the little blob method for the first time but that noctua rocks in comparison to the stock cooling... even when I had the little 40mm fan on it...
I've been using the stuff that came with my Zalman. They give it to you with a convenient nail varnish type brush that makes it really easy to get a perfect thin layer.

I know AS5 and lapping would probably give me a few of degrees back but I'm having a real problem getting my effort-o-meter to move when I think about pulling everything off and re-applying
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post #1943 of 5659
I am little off now, must I go for the Noctua or the Thermaltake Extreme Spirit II.
Can fry an egg now on mine NB, I suspect that's the reason I can not hit 400fsb.
Nice solution placing fan on the Noctua..
But placing Zalman vertical blowing slight hot air on mine 8800, I think not good idea.
Will go for option chipset cooler Anubis_2000
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I think the Spirit is prooven to be good since there are a good dozen postersincluding Robilar Alex and Cogno to name a few who used it with great success... unfortunatelly all I can say is that I think the Noctua looks like it should pull slightly better numbers... but there has been no posts at all from anyone with a Noctua and a temperature probe to proove either way...

regardless though you can't go wrong with either...


my vote: Noctua FTW!
the Noctua was evidently designed with a 60mm fan in mind... there are slots for clips (or hair ties ) and the 60mm slides righ into the groove... you might however be able to fir a 70mm if you can find one though it would be on the other side... 60mm should be just fine... if you want more air get a slightly thiker fan than the one I got which is only 10mm thick and in that category you might be able to get up to 25CFM maybe... ?


About the CPU cooler orientation... he means upwards... blowing up and through a blow hole on the top of your case... I have an Antec 900 which comes with a big fan on top... but you can easily cut a big 120mm hole and stick a Yate Loon for $3 at Jab Tech on it... great idea for cooling BTW, consider it if you are working on lowering CPU temps
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here is a slightly better pic... can't open the case cause I am rendering
but I think you can make out the way that the fan fits in the groove on the grill of the cooler... evidently made for 60mm fans to e used with it...
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still no probe to test temps with but I could probably stick my tongue on the NB where as before it would burn my finger after 2-3 seconds...
So I guess the Motherboard temp in Everest is not the NB temp....what temp is it reporting then? Is it related to the NB temp at all or is it more of an ambient temp reading?
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I also qoue be interested in finding out where that temp is being measured at... I think I did notice it drop 1-3 degrees grom placing the fan on the NB Noctua.... so it must be close by
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I remember seeing a very tiny chip (?) near the center of the MB that was labeled something like "sensor". I'll try to get a pic tonight. If it is close enough to the NB, it might be a good indicator if you just need to know a relative value i.e. hotter or cooler.
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The motherboard temp is from a sensor mounted on the motherboard in between the ram and the cpu. I assume they rightly wanted to keep it away from the gpu area (my 8800gtx gives off quite a bit of heat).

There is no sensor on the nb or sb that I am aware of (and I've tried just about everything). The best thing to use is an electronic thermal probe.
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Nice now i hit 9 x 400fsb 4-4-4-12 T1, just placed a cooler master blue ice nb cooler on the NB €4.83 ( $3.52)

You see i have to take mortgage Oc this mobo

Thx for al the help guys mine happy meter went up 50%
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