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The picture is small, but I would turn the fan with the pink arrow around so it blows out, like the one beside it.


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post #11122 of 12343
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The picture is small, but I would turn the fan with the pink arrow around so it blows out, like the one beside it.


Gyro

i will try, at the moment when I run render /it takes ~25min/ temp get to 68°C and stop.
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I found my problem, I need CPU cooler for HTPC systems.
I think this one - SilverStone NT01-PRO http://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=367 (I must mesure space for it)
will be better
form mine Scythe "NINJA MINI" 6Heat Pipes CPU Cooler
http://www.scythe-usa.com/product/cpu/032/scmnj1000_detail.html
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post #11124 of 12343
Ok, from the larger picture I can see that your board is an M2N-sli deluxe not an M2N32-sli deluxe.
In a HTPC case.
You are going to have problems cooling the 970 with that case and cooler.
The NT06 might be a better option for you.(bigger fan) Still those small fans on the back will have a hard time getting the heat out.
Do you use it as an HTPC or an everyday pc? A change of case or modding it for bigger fans will help.

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decided to overclock some more smile.gif http://valid.canardpc.com/2739669
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decided to overclock some more smile.gif http://valid.canardpc.com/2739669

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You are going to have problems cooling the 970 with that case and cooler.
The NT06 might be a better option for you.(bigger fan) Still those small fans on the back will have a hard time getting the heat out.
Do you use it as an HTPC or an everyday pc? A change of case or modding it for bigger fans will help.

Gyro

I use it as PC, change to "good" case is a lot of money,
but I've made small improvements, change Scythe fan (fan speed 1800RPM) to Zalman ZM-F1Plus (max 2800 RPM)
and put another one from side of graphic card (this one I control by speed fan, manulaly adjust from low speed to full speed) .
And 5th fan is under the hard drive bay, so Thermaltake case is not so bad.



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At the moment temp in Prime test don't exceed 58°C- COOL COOLERthumb.gif.and the M2N-SLI Deluxe is the bestbiggrin.gif
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At the moment temp in Prime test don't exceed 58°C- COOL COOLERthumb.gif.and the M2N-SLI Deluxe is the bestbiggrin.gif[/quote]

can you move your video card to the other slot or is that one being used? if the bottom slot is 8x the 650 should not be bottlenecked by 8x slot to much?
Edited by ozlay - 3/22/13 at 2:21pm
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Hello,

as i was a bit overeager, i bought myself a Phenom II X4 965 BE.
I did some research if it would work with my asus m2n-e and i heard some people saying that it should work fine after manually setting the frequency on 3,4GHz because most of them had the problem that the processor was only running at 800 MHz. My problem is that i can't start windows at all with this new cpu. I can do the BIOS configuration, set the frequency etc. but as soon as the screen shows "Starting Windows" my PC reboots automatically.
So today i found someone saying that a Quadcore processor won't run on this mainboard if you only have 3 VMRs which i have.
My question now is if i have to buy a new mainboard or if there is any chance of getting the processor running?
I do have a Geforce GTX260, 4GB of DDR2-800 RAM and a 500W power supply unit with 25A on the 12V1 and 18A on the 12V2 line if that information is necessary.
Thank you for your help already

Greetings
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Did you update bios to version 5001,reset cmos after cpu install, or install any other hardware?
If you can get to the bios then it might be a windows problem.
And also are you aware you need to use either NVtools or PMT(prefered method) to get it to run at proper speed?(in OS)


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