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Need a SB/NB cooler that will fit EP45-UD3R

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Here is the board layout:



From the look of it, it seems that the SB/NB will require different size cooler since the pins are different length apart. I was wondering if the Evercool VC-RE would fit on neither one. I was thinking about get a Evercool VC-RE with a Enzo CNB-R1 or TT extreme spirit II.
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This will fit.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835118014
post #3 of 11
You already have a heatpipe cooling on N/B for better Temps take off the Blue Gigabyte cover and put a Fan Blowing onto Heatsnk,, even one of those spot cool ones will do.
As for the southbidge ,, not really needed as already has one and they dont get that hot.
    
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You already have a heatpipe cooling on N/B for better Temps take off the Blue Gigabyte cover and put a Fan Blowing onto Heatsnk,, even one of those spot cool ones will do.
As for the southbidge ,, not really needed as already has one and they dont get that hot.
The stock one do the job when not overclocking. As soon as I raise the FSB, it gets toasty. True the SB does not need one, but I figure I mind as well go with all copper coolers so it will match.
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Fill out your system specs in the User CP so we know what CPU heatsink you're using. Depending on what heatsink you have, you might need one that goes off to the side. I use this one here on my UD3P, which has the same layout as the UD3R.

Pics here.

EDIT: I'm still using the stock SB heatsink.
Edited by stn0092 - 1/19/09 at 3:08pm
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Fill out your system specs in the User CP so we know what CPU heatsink you're using. Depending on what heatsink you have, you might need one that goes off to the side. I use this one here on my UD3P, which has the same layout as the UD3R.

Pics here.

EDIT: I'm still using the stock SB heatsink.

Yeah I totally forgot about the system spec. The CPU cooler I am using is this one http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835114073
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post #7 of 11
How about a Thermalright HR-05 SLI? I have one on my NB and SB and they work great.
Here is what they look like just for reference:

This is my old Foxconn Mars motherboard with the HR-05 SLI on
post #8 of 11
I agree, get an HR-05. Heres mine.

     
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post #9 of 11
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The stock one do the job when not overclocking. As soon as I raise the FSB, it gets toasty. True the SB does not need one, but I figure I mind as well go with all copper coolers so it will match.
Are you running your voltages on Auto 'er something.. I have built 2x so far, both run over 450mhz FSB with dual cores.. 1.31v MCH.. the sinks are not even warm to the touch...

Q- Hows your case air flow and temps.. I seriously doubt those massive sinks are the issue here at all.
post #10 of 11
SB doesn't need any more cooling, but if you insist, go for one of the low profile Enzotech coolers...if those capacitors don't get in the way.

Also, if you replace the NB heatsink, you will probably want to sink those mosfets as well.

This NB sink looks like it would stay out of the way of the CPu heatsink and the PCI-E 16x slot: http://www.xigmatek.com/product/air-portern881.php
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