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Uploaded: 05.05.2009 15:58
Categories: Cooling

kuppazki - the system was boiling and my e7300 was over 60c. hdd's didn't look that good either, so i went, and bought xigmatek s1284, noct

the system was boiling and my e7300 was over 60c. hdd's didn't look that good either, so i went, and bought xigmatek s1284, noctua nf-s12 and couple of 92mm fans for the HDDs. temperature drop was over 20c in the entire system!


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06.05.2009 22:21 kuppazkiyeah u cant connect 92mm or smaller to the 12 volt (yellow) line, it'll get annoying :D but if u stick them to the 5v line they are pretty useless...
06.05.2009 17:01 BenaHOh then. :D I used that trick in my old case (Scaleo J) before I bought an 80mm fan.. Or two if I'm exact, but there was only 1 connector for the fan.. :D And if I put the second in connected to the PSU Molex... If I don't lie, it did sound like my vacuum cleaner... :o Not so comfortable. I had a desibel meter in my phone back then and about 2 meters from the computer the noise was about 40-50 dB... :D
06.05.2009 16:59 kuppazkioh and there were 2 80mm fans in the sidepanel taking air in, and one in the other side for the hdds. didnt help much
06.05.2009 16:56 kuppazkiwell i had the side open with a huge table fan next to the pc, and it didnt drop below 50. so the stock cooler is crap. now i have about 700mhz overclock, and it stays in about 40 idle.
06.05.2009 16:43 BenaHWell... Compared to the older pic without fans... The E7300 stock cooler is ok based on what I have heard about it... But there was no airflow because there were no case fans. and the CPU cooler looks quite nice. I think that if you had the case fans and the stock cooler, the CPU's temp would have been around 45-40 degrees Celsius. ;) Well, it's better to be safe than sorry.