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Umm I did it as a joke to be stupid. I guess its ok then. Is it safe?
Yeah man, it'll be good especially if your temps are kinda hot to begin with. Did you ever see what a side intake fan did for my situation? They do help.
    
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How do I find out the temps of my mobo?
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post #13 of 31
speed fan or avast home edition
Edit: for speedfan the first temp01 should be your mobo temp, and temp02 should be your cpu temp
ps; everest is a bit better by actually telling you what your cpu and mobo temps are.

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One would think that a nice big fan like that would make a huge difference...the problem with it is aerodynamics. First thing, did you take off the other case panel? If not, you are trying to blow air in to a closed box via a column of air the size of the box. Once the box is full you will get very little turbulence as anything you try to put in has nowhere to go. Try taking a 24oz pop bottle and fill it with water. Next, put something in the water that will show circulation. Now put the bottle in the sink and turn the water on, lining up the mouth of the bottle with the faucet. You will see that very little happens in the way of circulation...the water trying to get in has nowhere to go and just hits the water at the top of the bottle and spills over, never getting to the bottom levels.

I tried puting a 120-80 reducer on a HS once and the air from the fan was too much to all go through the HS...image my surprise when I felt air coming out the INTAKE of the fan...the excess was actually blowing out the gap between the fan blade the shroud!

Now that I ponder this I am formally changing my opinion on should you have more intake or output...this clearly shows that more output is better as you don't want to plug up the system (theoretically).
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post #15 of 31
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AWWW! Bindusar why did you have to spoil the fun out of it.
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this is off topic but what if there was a heatpipe that allowed you to cool it from outside! ? basically the comp would be indoors, but the heatpipe goes all the way outside? Would it do anything?
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Get this fan
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post #18 of 31
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this is off topic but what if there was a heatpipe that allowed you to cool it from outside! ? basically the comp would be indoors, but the heatpipe goes all the way outside? Would it do anything?
Yes it will still work as hetapipes move the heat very quickly. Heatpipes are basically a type of phase change if you really want to get technical about. To that end, look at your home air conditioner (assuming it is central air). The heat is drawn out at one location and then the convertion takes place outside the house. Although heatpipes work with excited gas and don't techically achieve a true phase shift, the difference in energy levels of the warmer and cooler areas promotes a convection effect. The only down side I can see is that if the distance is very long the convection effect may be hampered somewhat. We do know that that heatpipes will work better depending on their orientation (laying down vs standing up) as it promotes better convection. With that in mind I would think that an excessively long heatpipe would see some kind of performance issue, but ultimately it would still work.
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post #19 of 31
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Yes it will still work as hetapipes move the heat very quickly. Heatpipes are basically a type of phase change if you really want to get technical about. To that end, look at your home air conditioner (assuming it is central air). The heat is drawn out at one location and then the convertion takes place outside the house. Although heatpipes work with excited gas and don't techically achieve a true phase shift, the difference in energy levels of the warmer and cooler areas promotes a convection effect. The only down side I can see is that if the distance is very long the convection effect may be hampered somewhat. We do know that that heatpipes will work better depending on their orientation (laying down vs standing up) as it promotes better convection. With that in mind I would think that an excessively long heatpipe would see some kind of performance issue, but ultimately it would still work.
1) Where the heck are you going to find a huge heat pipe
2) How are the going to pay for all that copper and materials for it?
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post #20 of 31
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Where do I go in Everest Home Edition v2.20 to find the temps of everything?
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