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Originally Posted by teh_kurby
i guess ill just get that cooler master one cause i dunt really trust in passive cooling for my northbridge... i just noticed it was 25 db.. thats almost the same as some of my case fans ... thx
Yes One with a fan does run alot cooler in all my Experience with both kinds. There not that load at all you wont notice it ..The only time they get load is whn they Die like your old one when the bearings start to go.
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yea true.. I was reading the reviews and noticed that the fan had no mounting brackes, and also had very week adhesive. Would cable ties and AS5 work for the mounting?
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yea true.. I was reading the reviews and noticed that the fan had no mounting brackes, and also had very week adhesive. Would cable ties and AS5 work for the mounting?
No cable ties would not work in this situation..You will find that the thermal adhesive on the bottom of the chipset cooler is actually very strong..Well it is with mine i know that.
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