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 11/13/2006 07:06 AM
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Sneddz
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Hey,

Well, this is my first post here so Horah!

Anyway,

Problem Summery One - Is there anyway to make the Cpu cooler (http://pulser.kz/?tovinf=51993) Fan speed up? Perhapse run more voltage through it?


Problem Summery Two -

Well, as you can see in my specs, I have the 3000+ overclocked however since I purchised a cpu cooler, I have been running stock clockes (till Im sure its safe) and the temps are not that great.

I have got this cooler, addapted for the 939 (http://pulser.kz/?tovinf=51993)

Normal Idle cpu temp on stock clocks is about 40deg (stock cpu cooler) 29-35 deg in case

With the cooler, I have got 33 deg, however generaly it idles at around the same as stock. And if I stop the fan the temps do NOT budge from 39-40 (thats with Easy Tune 5, which gives the fans rpm as 0 when i was holding it still..I know its accurtate)

Now, im not expecting anything less then stability, somewhere in the mid 30's would be great, and to do that I think we need to explore what else is going on in my case.

I have 2 12cm fans blowing into the cooler (which sucks 48cfm) along with a side 12 cm fan which sucks out (it rests about 20mill on the top of the cooler (looking from the top the fan is on the left side of the fan paralell to the case back))

Also, I have a weak 12 cm fan at the frount which doesnt suck anything much at all, thats down the bottom.
And an exaust fan which is down the very bottom, which is under the grfx card.

Should I get a new case with larger 120 mill fans pushing into the cpu cooler?

If only I had paint installed on my comp, would make this alot easyer. For now, please help me with problem one as its all but impossible to answer two, thanks!

I shall get some pictures as soon as i can.




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Amd Athlon 3000+ Venice @2000mhz
1 gigabyte kingston ram (2x512)
Nvidia 6800gs super agp (512)@410/1010
500 watt psu

 11/13/2006 11:12 AM
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mckennma
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quote:

Originally posted by: Sneddz
Hey,

Well, this is my first post here so Horah!

Anyway,

Problem Summery One - Is there anyway to make the Cpu cooler (http://pulser.kz/?tovinf=51993) Fan speed up? Perhapse run more voltage through it?
Problem Summery Two -

Well, as you can see in my specs, I have the 3000+ overclocked however since I purchised a cpu cooler, I have been running stock clockes (till Im sure its safe) and the temps are not that great.

I have got this cooler, addapted for the 939 (http://pulser.kz/?tovinf=51993)

Normal Idle cpu temp on stock clocks is about 40deg (stock cpu cooler) 29-35 deg in case

With the cooler, I have got 33 deg, however generaly it idles at around the same as stock. And if I stop the fan the temps do NOT budge from 39-40 (thats with Easy Tune 5, which gives the fans rpm as 0 when i was holding it still..I know its accurtate)

Now, im not expecting anything less then stability, somewhere in the mid 30's would be great, and to do that I think we need to explore what else is going on in my case.

I have 2 12cm fans blowing into the cooler (which sucks 48cfm) along with a side 12 cm fan which sucks out (it rests about 20mill on the top of the cooler (looking from the top the fan is on the left side of the fan paralell to the case back))

Also, I have a weak 12 cm fan at the frount which doesnt suck anything much at all, thats down the bottom.
And an exaust fan which is down the very bottom, which is under the grfx card.

Should I get a new case with larger 120 mill fans pushing into the cpu cooler?

If only I had paint installed on my comp, would make this alot easyer. For now, please help me with problem one as its all but impossible to answer two, thanks!

I shall get some pictures as soon as i can.



I found that some headers on the motherboard don't supply the current needed for some heatsinks. You can get a 3 wire to 4 wire converter to connect directly to your power supply. You might have to turn off the fan speed warning detector in your CMOS.


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