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    Default NB temps and the Antec spot fan

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Jrs2008 & Kraven;
    Have you guys consider how you're going to install it on a dommed heatsink???
    It doesn't come with heatsink but does required mounting wholes. You need some modification here if you want to use this fan with the stock heatsink.
    I don't think it is the Antec spot fan is meant to be mounted flush with any heat sink, you just angle the fan to blow over it from afar. That is what makes the fan so versatile; use it for NB, SB, DRAM, etc. Not a bad option, I was considering this fan myself a while back before I got my temps down.

    Another option to get cooler temps is to adjust some of the voltages in the BIOS. My experience, as documented WAY back in this thread (BTW, nice work getting so much response and keeping the thread going in a positive direction Deton) was that the stock NB voltage on the AMF is higher than neccessary for stability and greatly increases thermal output from the NB. This single adjustment bought me 10-15c that I partially spent pushing my CPU OC a little further. Good luck guys, hope you find your sweet spot!

    Edit: I should have read a little closer, looks like Kraven already has NB volts down pretty low. Why don't you hook up some WC for that SE bud? Sounds like fun to me if it didn't cost so much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Jrs2008 & Kraven;
    Have you guys consider how you're going to install it on a dommed heatsink???
    It doesn't come with heatsink but does required mounting wholes. You need some modification here if you want to use this fan with the stock heatsink.
    I will attach the end bit to backplate mounting hole probably then try squeeze it in sideways to point at NB. Looks very easy to move about into position theres always going to be somewhere to screw it in
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    Hey guys, I just came across a picture of a rig that used Antec spot-fan (above). This is one of versatile cool fan that I haven't seen it before, it has a flexible arm that you can bend whatever way you like and aim it to any compoments (NB, SB or RAM) that you want to cool.

    You're right, this is not a directly mounted fan. If you have a spare mouting holes on the MOBO or you can use the PCI expansion slot cover screw hole as well (hope this give you guys some idea where to mount).

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    Sorrry Kraven, my mistake, missed the part where you said you had SE version. Are you Stateside cos I heard of a company called jetcopper they sell ingots if you fancy the challenge of building custom (fit over )heatsink til you get water

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    Sorrry Kraven, my mistake, missed the part where you said you had SE version. Are you Stateside cos I heard of a company called jetcopper they sell ingots if you fancy the challenge of building custom (fit over )heatsink til you get water
    Sadly im from the uk, that does sound pretty cool to build own heatsink though but not sure id be up to the task! I ordered that fan for now will show pics of before and after installing it and post some results.

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    Me too! you can still get though on Ebay but obviously post is more to here. copying the porcupine look ought to be a hacksaw job if it's only temporary, underneath I guess would be more like lapping cpu. probably easier to buy ready from RS or Maplin and cut that about a bit.
    If the fan doesn't give you the results you need

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    My ambient temps in the day are abt 28 Degree Celcius and my NB temps are abt 53 degree idle on load its about 55 but my system seems to be stable during my 8hrs prime no crashes even during gaming ...

    i have a 120mm fan blowing over my 3870x2 and should also probably blow over my NB slightly, my Lian-Li V1000 is a little cramped with the 3870x2 in there and i also feel that its due to the size of my video card in my little v-1000 case that is causing the NB temps to be so high

    I'm thinking of getting a SilverStone TJ-09 or TJ-10 and i Feel they are HUGE worried that my table wont have sufficient space
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    I'm thinking of getting a SilverStone TJ-09 or TJ-10 and i Feel they are HUGE worried that my table wont have sufficient space
    You don't have to keep it on the table, put it on the floor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    don't forget to post some pics if you can.
    Nothing like a timely response but better late than never I guess. here's some pics of the box after wire management, replacement of stock case fans with high-speed Yates, and minor case mods. I now have a stable 4.0 G overclock and decent temps.

    Note GPU shows as under-clocked in Everest pic because I flashed the oc into the card bios.







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    Weckwriter, congrats on your success overclocked and your case look much tidy now . The Everest screen didn't show the temps though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Weckwriter, congrats on your success overclocked and your case look much tidy now . The Everest screen didn't show the temps though.

    True, here you go.. A bit chilly this morning so everything is 1-2 C cooler than usual:


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    Got the spotcool fan and mounted it, had to mount it to a motherboard hole as the backplate wouldnt allow the fan to bend around as it would hit side panel slightly.

    Didnt have time to take photos but i will sometime, the NB is idling at around 39-40 now and on load goes to 46, so thats quite a difference when i had no fan there, and my NB use to reach 55 and idled at around 49-50.

    The fan is quite close to the graphic card so hope it wont melt its not resting on the top of card but its quite close and its directly under cpu at an angle. It seems to have shed about 5 degrees off my cpu temp also as its pointing at the base of my cpu heatsink.

    So far im happy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kraven View Post
    Got the spotcool fan and mounted it, had to mount it to a motherboard hole as the backplate wouldnt allow the fan to bend around as it would hit side panel slightly.

    Didnt have time to take photos but i will sometime, the NB is idling at around 39-40 now and on load goes to 46, so thats quite a difference when i had no fan there, and my NB use to reach 55 and idled at around 49-50.

    The fan is quite close to the graphic card so hope it wont melt its not resting on the top of card but its quite close and its directly under cpu at an angle. It seems to have shed about 5 degrees off my cpu temp also as its pointing at the base of my cpu heatsink.

    So far im happy
    Good job, only few $$$ mod and gained 5C . BTW, how much did yoiu pay for that fan?

    @Weckwriter, I guess you took those temp at first cold boot. It's look normal but you should check it again after 30min of idle and right at 1hr of 100% load. This will determine that actual Idle/Load temps.

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    It was about 12 which is about 24 dollars probably less as we get a bit ripped off here.

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    Kraven,
    How do you like the ReaperX?
    It has good review and overclock well too. Have you try it yet?

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    I havent pushed them far i was running them @ 1066 ( default is 1000) on 3ghz, but now im running them at about 978 with my 3.33clock as the next speed i can choose is considerably higher they will be pushed higher though when i start pushing for 3.4-3.6 and will let you know.

    On general though they are great worked straight away and im first in the server when playing css and cod4.

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