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I cant tell you mine..because i use 40mm fans...so the temp is..'fake'. I can tell you that the NB hasn't gotten over 42c at any FSB so far..450mhz and still going.<-Thats with the fan on it though.
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I cant tell you mine..because i use 40mm fans...so the temp is..'fake'. I can tell you that the NB hasn't gotten over 42c at any FSB so far..450mhz and still going.<-Thats with the fan on it though.
I'mma be on you for those temp reports!
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i'm in southern california where it's HOT AS HELL. i'm looking at my NB temp right now and it's somehow sitting at 32 C with my FSB at 400. the ambient temp in my room is 28 C. i call that excellent cooling.

part of the reason my NB stays so cool is because i have an Asus Silent Square CPU heatsink/fan. it has a baffle inside it that directs some of the airflow directly onto the heatsink over my VRMs. that heatsink, as you know, is connected to my NB heatsink via a heat pipe.

one of my earlier builds was an Asus P5W-DH Deluxe board with a Scythe Infinity heatsink. the Scythe heatsink covered up the heatsink over the VRMs and the NB temp ran noticeably warmer.

Ninja, your Tuniq heatsink might cover up the VRM heatsink, which could cause your NB to run warm. Audi's Enzo CPU heatsink won't have that problem, as it circulates air all around the CPU.

there. i've written way too many abbreviations for one day. i must now go rest.
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I'm in Santa Monica! My Ambients are probably just a few degrees higher than yours because I can't be too cold.

I definitely have a hot room and I'm impressed at the Enzo's cooling on the Quad CPU. Can't wait to get another Quad to play with. Yumm.
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OK well for one you are very lucky if you stock heatsink cooling is worht a ..., usually you have to check just to make sure that they are contacting every thing that they cover. Mrbungle may have gotten lucky with his doing its job at stock or with slight OC.

If you start adding voltage to your mobo to get it to do high fsb then your cooling will more then likely not be able to handle it. I have owned several asus/biostar/dfi/abit boards and atleast one of each in 965 version and the only one that was worth a piece was the stock dfi that was just a polain aluminum block granted it was pretty big combined with a fan on it. Ofcourse that NB ran cool and I could use 1.35v for 500fsb.

The asus boards if you dont add voltage will be fine with stock cooling but when you start adding voltage to run higher fsb then the stoick cooling will not handle very well at all. Extra fans at a minimum will be essential for a decent life span.

Just my thoughts, the first thing I do when I get a new mobo is take off the stock cooling and atleast replace the tim and check for contact.
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To be fair, I did replace the thermal paste before I even booted up the board. It took twenty minutes to get that crap off, and I think I blacked out and sent hate mail to ASUS during.

So maybe that's why the stock cooling wasn't bad at all?
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post #37 of 43
yeah. your Enzo's design is great for not just keeping your CPU cool, but also all the surrounding components.

those little Enzo ramsinks might be more effective for people whose CPU heatsinks cover up the VRM sink. i've never used a Tuniq Tower, but the fan sticks out the bottom a little bit and probably pushes air directly onto the VRM sink pretty well on Asus boards.
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Holy crap. I thought Asus's cooling sucked so I was going to get a Bad Axe 2 over a P5K-Delxue. At 400FSB can anybody tell me their NB and SB temps? I think I'll switch my Wish List (P5K > Bad Axe). Maybe a reseat with Arctic Silver 5 will help temps; Audi. I know Asus used to do a horrid job of applying thermal paste. They would put way to much paste and it was low quality.

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That's why I love you bigvaL.

I still can't decide whether to get a Tuniq Tower or Ultra-X. The Tuniq goes with the airflow in my case and will good the Mosfet, however, the Ultra-X will cool the caps and my memory better. :x

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nice pic val..frisco?
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