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post #11 of 43 (permalink) Old 03-18-2019, 05:14 AM
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Sorry, but I don't understand your drawing.



You asked about case airflow and cooling in 'Ways to Better Cooling ...' thread. Best advice I can give is read 5th post in that thread to get a basic understanding of case airflow, then look at 11th post about fan cfm and mm H2O ratings and how they work in our applicatons.



What case do you have?
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What motherboard, cooler and RAM?
What are component temps idle and full load?

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Does CPUID hardware monitor shows temperatures accurately or I should download another program? It says ~59C/137F for CPU which seems kinda low. For MB there are SYSTIN (40C), TMPIN 5 (65C), TMPIN 6 (40C), TMPIN8 (21C), TMPIN 7 (68C), TMPIN 3 (40C)

Case that I'm using is opened and just 2 fans in the front (they ain't doing much ). Should I put one fan in the upper left corner to blow air to this upper left area where is passive cooler with asrock letters (I guess VRMs are there?


That is the VRM area where the 2 heatsinks in upper left corner. You should not have any VRM heat issues with the Taichi, especially with an air cooler. Watercooled cpu's need a fan there because the cpu waterblock does not have a fan to move air around the socket sometimes.

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Quote: Originally Posted by doyll View Post
What case do you have?
What fans do you have in it?
What motherboard, cooler and RAM?
What are component temps idle and full load?
I can't remember the case name but it was suggested by member of this forum. It has 2 fans in the front. Components are in my signature. Temperatures in idle are around 50, under load 66 and higher load around 75.

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That is the VRM area where the 2 heatsinks in upper left corner. You should not have any VRM heat issues with the Taichi, especially with an air cooler. Watercooled cpu's need a fan there because the cpu waterblock does not have a fan to move air around the socket sometimes.
Don't know why did I draw since I could just take a picture . This is the case now and in second picture is where I wanted to put the new fan:




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I was just wondering is it bad to use CPU at high loads (90%) for 5+ straight hours every day
Generally not, unless it's been OCed to it's limits and is not properly cooled.

A part run at spec with regards to clocks, voltage, and temperature, should last many years under heavy 24/7 load.

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.. like will my cpu die faster or something? (and how much faster are we talking about? 1y life time, 3y life time etc..)
Any use will increase the rate of electromigration and higher loads will exacerbate this. However, assuming this is the failure mechanism that eventually gets the processor (and it may well not be), you may be looking at the difference between a part lasting ten and fifteen years.

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Does that fan even fit back there? If it doesn't then get an 80mm fan like Arctic F8.



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I don't want to fit it back .. I would put it exactly here where it is now on the picture. I would use these plastic ties from this picture below to connect it with these holes on the case:


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Quote: Originally Posted by Juuhuu View Post
I can't remember the case name but it was suggested by member of this forum. It has 2 fans in the front. Components are in my signature. Temperatures in idle are around 50, under load 66 and higher load around 75.



Don't know why did I draw since I could just take a picture . This is the case now and in second picture is where I wanted to put the new fan:






Sorry but if you can't even tell us what case you have and what fans you are using I'm not going to waste time trying to help you understand airflow and how to setup case so it cools well.

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Sorry but if you can't even tell us what case you have and what fans you are using I'm not going to waste time trying to help you understand airflow and how to setup case so it cools well.

Isn't it "just throw as strong fans as possible, three to the front, one to the back and one to the top"?

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Isn't it "just throw as strong fans as possible, three to the front, one to the back and one to the top"?
Nope

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Then throw as many fans as possible, make it intake less air than it exhausts?

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