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Best P45 Chipset Heatsink set ups

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by SonDa5, Sep 26, 2009.

  1. 20mmrain

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    I got some nice heat sinks on my CPU and most importantly on my P45 NB check it out:)

    I love my thermalright HR-05/SLI/IFX NB cooler. It never gets hot!!!:rockout:

    This one might help you because if you go and look at it.....well it's shaped sort of like an L. I curves down about 2 inches and then bends up. Which might work to fit around your other heat sinks. Check it out I think it might actually be able to help you!

    Here is a website devoted to heat sinks.... http://www.heatsinkfactory.com/thermalright-mf-23.html

    I also posted a link to Thermalright...... and a pic of the heat sink........http://www.thermalright.com/index.html..... and......http://www.thermalright.com/new_a_page/download_images/booklet/hr05_ifx_sli/part1.pdf

    Hope this helps!!!
     

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  2. SonDa5

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    CarneASADA says thanks.
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    damn, that's a tight squeeze.

    Wondering(while at it), if anyone has any idea how to cool down old X38 P5E copper NB heat sink or Maximus/Rampage Formula had the same. Running nasty 45-50c, atm, tryied to stuck there an small 80mm or was it 72mm fan, but it keeps so damn loud noise that just can't take it. here's nice little picture:

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  4. SonDa5

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    newfellow don't know much about your MB other than its a great one.


    Looks like your chipset cooling is much better than many mother boards. Mine really needed an upgrade.



    Not quite finished with my chipset cooling upgrades but I wanted to share a preview of how it is coming along.

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    Looks sweet! There's a lot of cooling in that rig!
     
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    Don't forget the liquid. :D Thanks. :rockout:
     
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    Looks nice keep up the good work bud! Looks like that Thermalright NB cooler really worked well!!!
     

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