Asrock 880GM Pro3 R2.0 AMD Fusion Driver
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Asrock 880GM Pro3 R2.0 AMD Fusion Driver
I find it interesting that they are so blatantly leaving the consumer CPU market.
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Either their vision is so Asrock 880GM Pro3 R2.0 AMD Fusion thinking that they will have the last laugh, or they have just run full speed into a brick wall. It will be interesting to see what comes of this, and how it hopefully influence desktop computing. I think it was you who suggested before using a fan designed to be mounted in one of the 5.
I did look into that but it just seemed an expensive Asrock 880GM Pro3 R2.0 AMD Fusion of keeping the HDDs slightly cooler. It is upgrading the CPU cooler effectivenesss I'm primarily interested in and with this particular case design I don't see how that can be done with the conventional front to back air circulation model.
My feeling is that there's a limited amount of cool air getting into the top half of the case and with no top vents to allow the hot air out that front to back air circulation model will be actually be less efficient at cooling. Drawing in air via the smaller side Asrock 880GM Pro3 R2.0 AMD Fusion maybe the best solution. That would help draw up the cooler air from the bottom of the case.
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However, with the heat from the GPU and other cards below I think this wouldn't help that much. As for 5,25" bays: Taking air from side opening or facing the CPU fan down will circumvent the current air flow. With a single top mounted fan blowing air down over the heatsink and CPU as I think the Akasa K32 does that presumably means the heated air is dispersed over the MB degrees around the heatsink.
Only that on the rear extractor fan side will be efficiently removed.
However I would have thought that using that smaller side vent as an intake by one means or another it would at least ensure more of the air being drawn down and across the heatsink, CPU abd upper section of the MB too was cooler external air rather than just recirculating hotter case air. It would also create higher internal air pressure, help to disperse the hotter air in the top of the case better and its explusion.
I realise air coming from this direction will disrupt the airflow but with the lack of ventilation at the top of this case isn't this Asrock 880GM Pro3 R2.0 AMD Fusion than having a side mounted CPU cooler sucker or blower fan taking in a higher Asrock 880GM Pro3 R2.0 AMD Fusion of the already heated air from the top and front of the case and recirculating that over the heatsink?
Of course ideally you'd want top vents in a case preferably with extractor fans and fans in the floor blowing the air from the front intake s up the case for the ideal air circulation model. Asrock 880GM Pro3 R2.0 AMD Fusion that isn't practical with this particular case and likewise fitting an additional fan in the 5. Anyway, thanks for your suggestions it's helped me think about what I'm going to do.
But the fact is whatever new CPU cooler I fit it is going to be better than what I have now even if it isn't ideal. The cooler looks good but I'm not at all impressed by Asrock 880GM Pro3 R2.0 AMD Fusion fan mounting system. Not something you think about when buying a CPU cooler. It uses two completely detachable very thin sprung metal rods which crudely hold the mm fan by the mount holes and locate in a groove along the width of the heatsink.
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One at the top and one at the bottom. The fan seems to be held safely enough but its not held that tightly.
I think even a small jolt or vibration will shift the fan off the few Asrock 880GM Pro3 R2.0 AMD Fusion wide ledge at the top of the heatsink it is resting on so it will be no longer perfectly square. The other thing is that for some reason the heatsink is asymetrical. I'd worked out it would fit my case from the given dimensions but the heatsink extends to the right more than the left by at least 10mm.
Just hoping it is not going to foul the RAM or the power wire bundle I have to route through the case as there are no alternative cable management options. More cable ties will be needed I suspect.
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The fan is not to be soldered to the heatsink anyway: It just struck me as feeling and looking like a rather crude way to attach a fan. Any opinions on whether I should replace the fan itself? The in depth, otherwise glowing, comparative reviews seemed to indicate that whilst quiet at low speeds at full whack it produces more noise 57db than many other fans tested under identical conditions.