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post #11 of 19
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ok i did everthing but its still loud
post #12 of 19
My chipset fan on my 550 was by FAR the loudest component on my case... so I simply removed it and my temps are just fine. I do have pretty good airflow in my case, but those tiny fans barely move anything in comparison to their horrid noise!

Make sure you have adequate airflow and yank that piece of junk!
post #13 of 19
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My chipset fan on my 550 was by FAR the loudest component on my case... so I simply removed it and my temps are just fine. I do have pretty good airflow in my case, but those tiny fans barely move anything in comparison to their horrid noise!

Make sure you have adequate airflow and yank that piece of junk!
Which it doesn't seem like he has... just check his temps!
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i am using 1 of those clear cases so i dont think my airflow is good,correct me if im wrong
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i am using 1 of those clear cases so i dont think my airflow is good,correct me if im wrong
You can get good cooling in any case - invest in some good fans and maybe even break out the dremel/drill to put in a few more.

What is your setup now? Fan positions/sizes/cfm (if you know) ?
post #16 of 19
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i dont kno but il upload pics after school
post #17 of 19
Get rid of the fan , http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835109131 this is an awesome fan-less heatsink. Just clear up your cables and the fan flow in your case should take care of it.
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post #18 of 19
Sure seems like you case air flow is a big part of the temps!
The fan speeds as said can be adjusted in the BIOS.
Yuu could consider the HR-05 or HR 05 SLI chip set cooler and a fan of your choice for better cooling and less noise. They work great
    
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duke,is there a link ?
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