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Thermal Test: MSI P35 Platinum vs. ASUS P5K DELUXE

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ASUS heatpipes got officially pwned source here







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the loler coaster loops work, wow
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No doubt they are good. But Lets see both in a real system is half-decent airflow.

Its a moot point if both keep your NB at or below 40C, honestly.
    
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that ASUS board is cooking!
    
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Don't ASUS boards generally overclock better though? :\\
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Don't ASUS boards generally overclock better though? :\\
Nope.
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recently asus motherboards are little bit warmer than other brand.
But asus is still good, as long as they can overclock well.
    
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