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32 - 33 idle today (room 19)
Guess in time the as5 might just do the trick.
Its still 10c cooler than with the 3 air coolers I tried.
The kit is better than them at least.
post #12 of 13
If its tight it will be level.

Your motherboard will bend before the socket and cpu will so the chances of it beeing off is pretty low.

What I will say is remove the pci covers, haveing warm air blowing into the case is a big problem for me as my graphics cards pump out masses of heat to and don't get the cool air they need.
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Originally Posted by laurie View Post
32 - 33 idle today (room 19)
Guess in time the as5 might just do the trick.
AS5 takes around 5 days to fully cure. That's one of the reasons
I prefer AS-Céramique, it cures in 24-72hrs.
  
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