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post #141 of 157 (permalink) Old 06-05-2019, 09:43 PM
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Waiting for a ASUS TUF version
TUF is relegated to below Prime Pro / Prime A in their lineup. If you look at X570 TUF it even has S1200 audio just like the cheap ASUS WS Ace board and the Realtek L8200A LAN which is probably proprietary to ASUS (aka headache).

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I hate what they have done to their TUF line. It was the sole reason for me to consider Asus in the past.

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I hear that some people have had boards with fans that have lasted for a long time, I just don't feel like having an extra point of failure being added to the mix, mind you if they implement heat thresholds like they do in cpus and gpu for throttling and preventing physical damage and also make those fans easy to replace, I'm ok with it.


But then I'm hearing about some old chipsets running above 15W and only having an extra heatsink on them so that makes me wonder if the fans are even required.
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I have had older motherboards with all sorts of chipsets that had fans. In all of them the fan eventually died or developed issues (how long they lasted varied). However, none of the boards had problems even with a dead fan. Still, a dead fan in there is really annoying (or even worse if it develops bearing noises).

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my last chipset fan was a P67 I think. It was the cheapest possible board available at the time, & the fan failed within 6 months... Fix? I used a tooth pick to jam it.

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my last chipset fan was a P67 I think. It was the cheapest possible board available at the time, & the fan failed within 6 months... Fix? I used a tooth pick to jam it.
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So far I've only seen one board without a fan and a heat pipe instead, the aorus extreme, are there other boards like this?
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my last chipset fan was a P67 I think. It was the cheapest possible board available at the time, & the fan failed within 6 months... Fix? I used a tooth pick to jam it.
Yes same issue back in the day with ASUS Athlon boards. I built three PC's for myself and relatives and all had small fans on chipset. All fans failed the first one within six months (ASUS sent me a replacement and eventually redesigned). The chipset failed on two of the mobo's within five years writing off the mobo/CPU/memory config.

I will be wary of convoluted designs as need an easy replacement route.
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the fan is not a big issue like you all describe it here. I am using asus x79 sabertooth motherboard over 6 years with a fan that runs like 1000rpm at max. I don't even hear it's sound at all and still running. You just need to clean your case in every 3 months and protect it with dust filters on the intake fans then you are good to go.
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I recall my old ASUS A8N-SLI Deluxe board with the fan getting super loud and failing. I ended up buying a old GPU-cooler and mounted in unto the chipset and had that working for some time but sadly that one failed after a few years as well. Last time I recall it kept locking up because the system chipset kept overheating. Have put it away in storage for some time now. It had 8x sata ports so was relegated for old hdd's and less used storage for a while but now decommissioned, still have it around if I ever feel like to tinker with that old hardware at some time.

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