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But you changed the fan. Is it a different model? What about ambient temps?
He already said he changed the fan and took the shroud off, then tested with same fan and shroud on.

Shrouds always seemed like a bad idea to me, at least the ones that cover vital heat exchanging fins.

Good work OP.
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Finding this out I agree with you blackbalt about shrouds......
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