, thnx for the info/explanation(s). I just didn't take a closer look @ the zip-tied HSF, but I know exactly how I'll attach a 2nd fan now. Right now I'm using those rubber pieces for the stock Xig 1283 fan, time consuming to add or remove, and there's the chance they can break, but they're good for anti-vibration. So I'll zip-tie a single or both fans on there when I do.
, you have 1 of the HS's I used to want, the Thermalright HR-01 Plus aka low-airflow king (imo). That is why adding another fan didn't do much to temps, unlike the TRUE or similar HS w/ tight packed fins, which do benefit from an added fan, especially with higher voltage(heat). The good thing about having dual fans is that usually it means a lower speed(noise) while performing same or better than a single fan.
for the video.
, don't just blame Gigabyte for the HS bracket, AMD deserves most of the blame, because most AMD mobos that are like that :swearing:. (swear emote is for AMD, not you. lol). Btw, your wires are super clean, I give a 9. That inside HS-Fan is a shroud, right? Just making sure.
Originally Posted by doat
What program do you use to monitor your harddrive temps?
HDD Thermometer is what I use, but then there's also a HDD temp plug-in for RivaTuner.
You can google HDD Thermometer, but here's a link to 1 of the 1st sites to have it: http://www.soft32.com/download_25195.html
Originally Posted by cs_maan
will post later with pictures.
Pictures will be good.