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    We should all post our idle/load temps of the NB with our cooling solution. I have AS5 on my stock heatsink and idle is 35-40'c (depending on time/heat of day).



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    Quote Originally Posted by kriz
    hi, my first post on Xs

    i live in austria and here it is very hard to find the vantec iceberg cooler and special stuff that dont sells well today i came across this Revoltec vga cooler. it looks exactly like the iceberg.is vantec and revoltec the same company? or are they workling together?


    what do you guys think will it fit on the lanparty ut nf4? anybody running this setup? the mounting holes sould be fine -right? do i need to get aditional screws and nuts for assembling? i remember a post here at xs where somebody said he had to dremel his vantec iceberg, i will look that up later.

    thx and sorry for my bad english
    WELCOME TO XS kriz!
    That cooler is probably exactly the same as the vantec cooler. Many times, companies just relabel heatsinks which are manufactured in the same factory. My spire cooler is also identical to the vantec. Check post #8 of this thread - the revoltec should mount exactly the same....

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    oh you are right it is in this thread, its too late for me buddy damit multitasking ; )

    where exactly have you dremeled your spire cooler s7e9h3n? the stock one is too loud for the poor performance..

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    this is relly kewl!
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    will post my temps tomorrow with closed case

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    ^^Hey, that looks sweet, and cool.

    I didn`t read the whole thread, but my DFI SLI NB fan failed too, I replaced it with an old Saffire 9800 pro heat sink and fan. Temps are about the same, and no RPM sensing, but what the heck, it works.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kriz
    where exactly have you dremeled your spire cooler s7e9h3n? the stock one is too loud for the poor performance..

    You need to dremel here to avoid that smd on the board.

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    To sum it up:

    RAM-cooler = 430g
    Chipset cooler = 160g
    Asetek Micro = 300g
    ducting sys = 100g
    VGA-cooler = 350g
    HDD-cooler = 300
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    Grand Total = 1640g

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    very nice. very good workmanship

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    i bought the icebergq4 pro for my a8n sli and temps are 32° is not dead silent but is pretty silent compared to my old chipset fan i had to dremel quite a bit and i can use my 2 vid cards it worth the change

    you can also unplugg the normal chipset and put a 80mm fan near it blowing air and it will work exactly the same very silent (i had a 80mm TT 22cfm temps were 33 32)
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    To all of you that have been asking me about the messures of the chipset, here is a drawing I made in Paint
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArcticOC
    To all of you that have been asking me about the messures of the chipset, here is a drawing I made in Paint
    Nice work on those chipset colers
    could I ask you from wich cooler you got your big Rev.2.0 ? Thermaltake ?
    Thanks !
    Again...awesome work
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    holy !
    you had to cut every fins !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Supertim0r
    holy !
    you had to cut every fins !
    Machined every fin that is aprox. 10 minutes of cutting in a circle saw designed for metalcutting
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    Here is my custom chipset sink build by me
    it might not be the best looking out there but it does the job ..
    Temperatures dropped from 54 to 43 @full load and Its still not finished im looking for a difrent fan that i´ll put directly on chipset ..
    (pic are bad quality coz my digital camera sux)

    here is what i´we done..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Techwarrior
    So far from what I'm seeing the ICEBERQ4 PRO doesn't fit. You need the ICEBERQ4. I just picked one up today and I will try fitting it to motherboard. A lil dremel work must be done but nothing too hardcore. I really need to find my AS5 though.

    Ok so iceberq4 pro doesnt fit according to some people...ive been searching for this info for the last few days! What about the iceberq 5? looks like it has a much nicer HS but it sits way higher from what i can tell from product photos online. I assume no SLI with it either.
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    it is much easier to do this: http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=9153
    dropped my temps from 55 to 41.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saaya
    removing the termal pad and using some termal paste with the original cooler is already helping a lot afaik... dont know if a new heatsink is really needed...
    agree ! the other coolers dont look that better......but the thermalpad they use is horrible. Just remove stock NF4 HSF, use a razor/alcohol and remove the pad, insulate the surrounding area with electrical tape and put a thin layer of AS5 on the chipset. Re-mount the fan.
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    Only the ducting system missing now
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    Mutilated Alphacool NBX-N:
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArcticOC
    Only the ducting system missing now
    WT...F this looks kinda cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArcticOC
    Only the ducting system missing now
    vapochill heatsink ?
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