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|13th October 2006, 12:53||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
[M] Asus Silent Square CPU Cooler GiveAway
The Asus Silent Square impressed us here at Madshrimps with its excellent performance/noise balance, keeping our test CPU running cool. With the help of Asus we are able to give you the chance to install this high end heatsink in your system.
What do you need to do to make a chance? Post a picture, in this thread, of your current CPU cooler installed in your system; describe your system setup, and why you think the Silent Square should be yours. Share us some details on your current CPU temps and overclocking adventurous (if you have any).
The Silent Square fits on AMD S939/S754 and Intel S775, we'll send out the Sē free of charge to the participant who's most in need of a CPU Cooling upgrade.
this contest runs until 27th October 17:00 GMT+1
|15th October 2006, 18:27||#2|
Why i need a decent heatsink lmfao
Thats a thermaltake silentboost under there... it NEEDS cold air from that duct to keep me under like 50 degrees 0_0 and now that its winter, and im in Canada, we need the furnace on and theres a damn duct in front of my computer 0_0 so when its on i spike up to around 45 0_0
so you can see its not so much a matter of want as it is need and i decided id try my luck :P i regret buying this 30 dollar paper weight <_< its a piece of crap as soon as the temperature of ym room goes up... <_<
i used to be able to overclock to 2.6 stable... hell, i could go to 2.7... but now i cant make 2.4 stable <_< ive reseated, reapplied the AS5... many things... this damn thing SUCKS <_<
temperatures with a fan blowing cool air towards the side panel fin blowing into the duct are fine... but the case gets dusty... and i freeze to death :P (im in the basement :P so its cool anywhere but under the vent... and i have no room to move my computer somewhere else as im using all the electrical outlets :lol: I know, story of my life :P )
 god i can draw the trouble with this thing on forever lmfao...
Also earned myself 4.9 foodstamps out of 5 in the post your ghetto mods thread on [H]ard|OCP Forums :P ive got a pic of the duct too but its not much lmfao, 3 sides cardboard, one side anti static bag ( so it can flex when i take off my side panel :P plus i can look inside :P )
|16th October 2006, 06:38||#3|
Join Date: May 2002
cardboard mods make my day, they're dirt cheap and quite effective. So far you've got the winning entry 11 days left.
|16th October 2006, 20:54||#4|
Join Date: Apr 2003
mmmm, I would have been tempted to join, but after 3 months, still fighting to get my E6600 with it's boxed cooler, so no picture to show ^^
GL to the participants I guess
I see living people....
|17th October 2006, 09:32||#5|
|17th October 2006, 15:46||#6|
Sorry for bogging the thread :P
Im considering a "Phase 2" ... rerouting the heating duct
|18th October 2006, 03:47||#7|
Join Date: May 2005
CPU: AMD X2 3800+ (939) 2.4Ghz@1.45v
Cooler: Cooler Master 6+
Ambient room temp 28C-33C
Idle vid (10cm from case) http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...21867879010263
Load vid (10 cm from case zoomed) http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...06724206469154
Load vid (2m from case) http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...32674646235284
That's with all the case fans turned down to minimum, else I can hear it from outside of my room.
...I am unable sleep in complete silence anymore...
|20th October 2006, 20:03||#10|
as with the other person i tried helping, check your TIM or thermal paste application. the 3200+ AM2 is a 62w part so that heatsink should be VERY capable... unless oyur overclocking which im assumignyou havent as you didnt mention it :P
Hope it helps
Also, dude with hyper 6+, if your fans are making that much noise, try dusting them. dust might be caught in the bearings :P and check your TIM/paste as well 0_0 55 is REALLY high with that cooler 0_0 airflow shouldnt be bad as your in a lian li :S oh wait your room temperature is 28 0_0 holy hell turn on the AC :P
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