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Windows 7: Cooler Master hyper 212 plus?

18 Mar 2011   #11
ignatzatsonic

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Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64-bit
 
 

Your CPU temps look high UNLESS the processor is under load.

My CPU temps at idle are about 10 degrees above ambient with a stock heatsink and fan much less efficient than yours.

You don't need much thermal paste. But getting a solid mount can be difficult.

On an Intel machine, you typically would use a spot of thermal paste about the size of a grain of rice. Don't cover the entire surface. Go to Arcticsilver.com and look at the instructions for your processor.


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18 Mar 2011   #12
Un4GiVeN78

MS Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

yea the processor is under load all the time.. Is there any heatsink that doesn't use fans i think i saw one heatsink on Lenovo original PC with no fans. that would be the one i buy.
i can still buy one of the low noise fan u recommended
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18 Mar 2011   #13
Un4GiVeN78

MS Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

hehe.. i used the entire thermal paste the whole package
was a mess
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18 Mar 2011   #14
ignatzatsonic

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You can use your existing heatsink without a fan if your processor temp is still tolerable. Try it.

Do you know for SURE which fans in the PC are noisy?

It may be your intake or exhaust fans, rather than the heat sink fan.

You can stick your finger in the fans to stop them momentarily to see how much noise they really make.
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18 Mar 2011   #15
Un4GiVeN78

MS Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ignatzatsonic View Post
You can use your existing heatsink without a fan if your processor temp is still tolerable. Try it.

Do you know for SURE which fans in the PC are noisy?

It may be your intake or exhaust fans, rather than the heat sink fan.

You can stick your finger in the fans to stop them momentarily to see how much noise they really make.
I have only 2 fans on my case.. 1 for CPU and 1 for GPU i have HD 5850 you can check the pic i send earlier to see the RPM of the GPU. i will try the heatsink without a fan.
the PC with shutdown if i touch the CPU fan
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18 Mar 2011   #16
ignatzatsonic

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64-bit
 
 

Get an exhaust fan on the back side. That will cool the interior down and allow you to run a quieter fan on the heatsink.

It's been a long time since I saw a desktop PC with no exhaust fan. No wonder it's hot inside.

Ideally:

Slow intake fan on the front, sucking cool air in.

Slow exhaust fan on the rear, sucking hot air out.

Slow to mid speed heatsink fan.

Your lack of exhaust fan is causing heat buildup inside.

They make graphics cards with no fans. I own and use one on another PC.
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18 Mar 2011   #17
Un4GiVeN78

MS Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

I took some photos of my case to show u my fans.. and sry there is a 3rd fan on my power supply and my graphic card(Sapphire HD 5850) has a fan i'm sure.
I removed the case rear fan to reduce the noise and i can't mount a front fan because the CPU heatsink almost touch the case door.
anyway, i will try first to with out CPU fan or i may buy one of the good fans u recommended.


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18 Mar 2011   #18
ignatzatsonic

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You have to confirm WHICH fans are making noise and then act accordingly.

If you have a slow processor, it may have to work very hard to process the work load you give it.

You have to determine the maximum temp your CPU was designed for and stay under that temp.

I don't know much about AMD.

You can throw blankets over the case to muffle the sound as long as the blanket does not block fans or cause temps to go too high.

It's much better to build a quiet PC than to build a noisy one and then try to make it quiet.

You might consider a form of ear plugs for sleeping.

You can move the case farther away from you.

Etc.

But concentrate on getting good fans, heatsink remounting, and a proper application of thermal paste.
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18 Mar 2011   #19
Un4GiVeN78

MS Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ignatzatsonic View Post
You have to confirm WHICH fans are making noise and then act accordingly.

If you have a slow processor, it may have to work very hard to process the work load you give it.

You have to determine the maximum temp your CPU was designed for and stay under that temp.

I don't know much about AMD.

You can throw blankets over the case to muffle the sound as long as the blanket does not block fans or cause temps to go too high.

It's much better to build a quiet PC than to build a noisy one and then try to make it quiet.

You might consider a form of ear plugs for sleeping.

You can move the case farther away from you.

Etc.

But concentrate on getting good fans, heatsink remounting, and a proper application of thermal paste.

alright..
Thank you very much for ur help. I appreciate it man
cheers
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18 Mar 2011   #20
QuackPot

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

You should really have a rear case fan in that case. It'll help with heat. Also, get this fan.

Scan.co.uk: 120mm Scythe Gentle Typhoon 1450 rpm Cooling Fan - GT-120-1450

It gets a good write up as a CPU cooler fan.
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