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Old 28th April 2006, 14:28   #1
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Thermalright HR-05 Chipset Cooling

While the difference was with activated 120mm housing exhaust the temperature difference still with 13K between the Thermalright HR-05 and the already quite large standard radiator, this became larger with deactivated exhaust even on approximately 17K. With additionally attached 80mm exhaust could be as expected again improved the cooling performance, however the cooling performance might be sufficient for nForce 4 passively in a silent system, because the nForce410/6100 used by us is with more activated onBoard diagram also no particularly economical chip set
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