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Yes to the enzotech.
Love those enzotechs, got one on my NB now, it will go off when i get my maze 4 chipset cooler though, but if you notice the enzo's dont fit exactly into the mounting holes, yours, like mine is tilted
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To Martinm210 and ira-K:

It's from coretemp which is the same as pc probe and speedfan. Orthos blended.

I'm going to pull the rad off and shake and what not. I'm also going to leave it off to the side and see how those exhausts effect it before I build any shrouds.

I'm new to this and I know my setup might not be beautiful but I don't like rigish type things so If I make/buy shrouds and deflectors I want them to be nice quality.

I'll try these things and come back.
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Love those enzotechs, got one on my NB now, it will go off when i get my maze 4 chipset cooler though, but if you notice the enzo's dont fit exactly into the mounting holes, yours, like mine is tilted
Yeah I knew I wanted water on my NB but the positioning of the 16x pci-x slot on this mobo does not make it easy to cool that sb. Then enzotech doesn't even get warm though.
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Yes , i would try and locate all the hot spots then try and cool those spots down by moving air or the actual thing.
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is that an Enzotech SB cooler?

Just OCEd my E6600 to 3.6 but needs 1.44v, dam thats alot!
Although there is NO, yes NO, like nothing haha, no change in my temps all at!! Load or Idle. Must be the overkill i have haha.

Was at 3.3 and 1.38 before.

whats the safezone for the E6600's?
Trade you, I need 1.50v to be stable at 3.5! I think you can go up to 1.55, but my threshold is 1.50.
    
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Trade you, I need 1.50v to be stable at 3.5! I think you can go up to 1.55, but my threshold is 1.50.
lol, cant you higher the threshold? wow maly chip right? dam so is mine!! dam things are way off!!! even my core#1 is 5C hotter than core#2 at idle. *** is that lol.
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You can make some decent shrouds out of aluminum channel..You have to cut out semi-circles inside of them so you don't kill your flow but they are really solid once you have them made..Run your screws all the way through the fan and shroud into the rad...I use clear silicone to seal it all up...I've been using 1/2" and 3/4" because I already had some if you buy any I would get 1" or 1.5" it would work a little better...


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You can make some decent shrouds out of aluminum channel..You have to cut out semi-circles inside of them so you don't kill your flow but they are really solid once you have them made..Run your screws all the way through the fan and shroud into the rad...I use clear silicone to seal it all up...I've been using 1/2" and 3/4" because I already had some if you buy any I would get 1" or 1.5" it would work a little better...


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I guess I don't understand how you made these. Do you have any pictures of different angle of just the shroud? Thanks
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I guess I don't understand how you made these. Do you have any pictures of different angle of just the shroud? Thanks
Yeah I have this old one...I used brass all-thread studs to mount the fans on it...Anymore I just use long screws and go all the way through the fan and shroud and into the rad...You have to cut your screws to the right length so you don't puncture your rad...The studs work well to if you would rather use them I use 6/32" brass all thread to make them with....This one could of been notched a little better for the fans so that flow isn't restricted but this is one of the first I made and I was lazy.... ...The corners I just made some L brackets out of some 1/8" aluminum scrap I had and bolted them in the corners nice and sturdy...Oh yeah I just noticed that one is faced with some 1/8"x3/4" aluminum flat bar to make it a little thicker...Just get some 1" or 1.5" channel 1.5" is supposed to be optimal for shroud depth...



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as5 for c2d's is a vertical line the size of a bb (not searching for the pdf)

the grain of rice is for amd's and single core intel
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