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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-19-2019, 12:34 PM - Thread Starter
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People with x570 boards how is the noise with the chipset fan ?

Thanks all for reading this. I know small little fans spin and make loud noise, is the fan on x570 make a noise or is it silent like a video card on idle. Also does it always spin, as I heard it spins when the PCIe is driven to peak like gaming then slows down. Anyone with x570 please elaborate your experience with the chipset fan. Thank you all for reading this and thank you in advance for your response.


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Gigabyte AORUS Elite x570. No discernable noise from the shipment fan. Potentially not heard because of the CPU and Case fans I have but I haven't noticed it once in the week since I built it.

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The ones from Gigabyte and MSI have more fan control (by fan control I mean an option for fan stop at idle loads), unless you opt for the Aorus Xtreme which is outright fanless.

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Thank you REP for both of you.. Im not worried about the fan now...


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I replaced the original fan with a fanless-heatsink.

I wanted to lower the temperatures and I was worried about the durability of the fan after few years.

But it's not easy: not much space between the heatsink and the graphic card.



I think it would be a great idea to ask about temperatures with the original fan once the "thermal pad" is replaced with a good thermal paste.

Someone claimed to have seen a drop of 10-15°C just by replacing the thermal pad.

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asus tuf x570, i forget the fan is even there
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Many people used thermal paste (Kryonaut) between chipset and heatsink and temperatures improvement was significant (+/- 15ºC) as mentioned above, but I don't know what happens with the guarantee.

If it helps for comparison purposes, in my Aorus Xtreme the x570 chispet uses to be between 45ºC and 52ºC with case fans spinning at 700 rpm when gaming, so I guess the chipset should not be difficult to maintain with good temperatures.

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With my current setup, I have 6 120mm fans on my rad, all used as inlets for my case, and they are all 0 RPM capable (set to cut off at and below 30c). I have 2 top and 2 bottom 120mm exhaust fans which are not 0 RPM capable, and they are all set to ~500-600 RPM when the rad fans aren't spinning (also based on coolant temp). My motherboard has 3 profiles for the chipset fan - silent, balanced, and performance. I currently have it set to performance, which doesn't cut out completely unless the chipset is below 40c or so, which is pretty rare. When I reboot or power the system on, all my fans kick up to full speed for about half a second or so, and that is the only time I hear the chipset fan because it spins up quicker than the 120s. When gaming, benching, or stressing, the system fans drown out the sound of the chipset fan. I do run a fairly aggressive fan profile on the system, with 30c being minimum/no fan activity, stepped up to 100% fans at 40c in 2c increments. When gaming or benching, the coolant temp rarely hits 35c for short periods, which is about 50% fan speed and surprisingly quiet considering I didn't put any consideration at all into noise levels. If I load up furmark or something, it's a different story

TLDR version: the chipset fan doesn't bother me.

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Gigabyte Aorus x570 Pro. PCH fan of the loudest part of my pc. Would love to have possibility to purchase chipset cooling upgrade kit.

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ROG Strix x570 gaming-F here. Can't hear the chipset fan if i tried.

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