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post #4131 of 13132
I'm going to try one more thing before I pull my computer apart which I don't want to do ( I got it just the way I want it lol )

I got this coming in a few days, going to give it a try, a 56.5 CFM 8000 RPM fan http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835221023, have to figure me out a way to mount it above the NB heatsink.
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post #4132 of 13132
ya wermad i was actually looking at the ZALMAN FB123 92mm Case Fan but then came across that 8000 RPM SUNON and I said damn I got to give it a try, I even have one of those slot cooling fans installed in between my vid cards that pushes the hot air out the back of the case and I can really feel the hot air coming out the back especially while gaming but it sure aint helping that NB none.
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post #4133 of 13132
the sunnon is a bit too much overkill, a nice 80mm+ would do you find. the zalman kit comes w/ a 92mm fan and has resistor to lower the voltage and the position is right on the nb and the vrm (which seem to contribute to the nb increased temps). the zalman fan is whisper quiet, it knocked down about 10c, from 55-59c load. not a bad buy for $10usd.
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A quick question to anyone that is running crossfire and have used the Multi-GPU MSI Kombustor Stability Test software. When I run it it only works one of my cards not both of them, my second card just stays idle, I then went and downloaded FurMark Multi-GPU software and ran it and it works both cards right away, just wondering if anyone else is having a problem like that with Kombustor?
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post #4135 of 13132
ya i knew going in that the sunnon was probably going to sound like a jet airplane taking off lol but it's already on it's way so going to give it a try. If it doesn't work hell I can always use it as a leaf blower.
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A quick question to anyone that is running crossfire and have used the Multi-GPU MSI Kombustor Stability Test software. When I run it it only works one of my cards not both of them, my second card just stays idle, I then went and downloaded FurMark Multi-GPU software and ran it and it works both cards right away, just wondering if anyone else is having a problem like that with Kombustor?
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ya i knew going in that the sunnon was probably going to sound like a jet airplane taking off lol but it's already on it's way so going to give it a try. If it doesn't work hell I can always use it as a leaf blower.
Kombuster has a "multi-gpu" option in its folder, similar to the multi-gpu option for furmark. the one on afterburner i think is just for one card, not 100% certain though.

56db is loud, hope you got a controller to lower it

btw, you can edit your posts, just incase you forgot to add something to your last and recent post w/out double posting. just click on "edit", some add "edit:" to indicate what you added or change, some get suspicious if you use it, lol
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gotcha wermad sorry about the double posting, the kombustor software that comes with afterburner has the option to run it with 1 card or 2 and i tried both of them and still only 1 card is worked.

The multiple gpu option is in the kombustor folder and thats the one i always use but doesn't work the second card, oh well no big deal.
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I've had my Crosshair IV for a few months now and my NB temp has been around 55c,56c at idle and doesnt move maybe 1 degree while underload, but when I installed my second MSI 5770 Hawk GPU the NB shot up to 64c at idle and goes up close to 70c on hot days while under big time load.
I would say point a fan on it, makes more of a difference than filing the standoffs. Try that and see how it goes.
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I got a Antec Spotcool fan on right now but it hasn't dropped it any, that fan doesnt push much air so going to see what the monster fan will do when I get it


Hey wermad what voltages are you using to get that 955 stable at 4.0?
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