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Old 20-08-2010
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How To Build A Silent Air Cooling System

The cooling of computer components is very important as sources of heat are very numerous. In effect the processor which generates a heat of about 45 ? and graphics cards that can easily reach 80 degrees and other less important sources like nothbridge and southbridge chipset, and feeding. Despite the reduction of the fineness of his hot burning more and more as time between the frequencies they are increasing. That's why cooling and becoming a key factor in today's PCs. Whether the silence of gold for overclocking pushed there are plenty of good reasons to change the cooling of a PC.
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Re: How To Build A Silent Air Cooling System

The aircooling and cooling system used by 98% of users today. These performances are very accurate and can go from simple to double depending on the cooler used. And yes as soon as the current coolers Noctua NH-U12P to mention that he and almost as powerful a watercooling entry level and much cheaper. The aircooling operates through two pieces are put together and the radiator fan. The two go hand in hand or it is called passive cooling which are relatively poor performance in those days. The radiator-it serves to increase the contact surface with air through its fins and heatpipes and is called "surface dissipation. It works very simply. The heat from the processor and transmitted to the heat pipes which themselves are connected to fins in contact with air dissipate heat. We conclude that the greater the surface dissipation is much better the CPU will be cooled. But should not the fan for more air on the surface of dissipation and circulate. The fan serves to improve the flow of air over the surface of dissipation and thus dissipate the heat.
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Re: How To Build A Silent Air Cooling System

A range of fan very common and much less efficient than the high end. When looking for this type of cooler for that use it must first look at the number of decibels produced by the fan. Prefer coolers fitted with fans with a diameter of 120mm as a flow of air equal it will turn more slowly than 90mm and therefore produce much less noise. Choose preferably a cooler that plugs into a socket on the motherboard PWM and not directly on the molex power. The coolers that plug into the fan and PWM have the advantage of being controlled by the motherboard which allows to always have the best ratio of cooling / noise. In this category we have some good heatpipe coolers as an entry level then the OCZ Vanquisher midrange Xigmatek HDT S-1283 and then in very high end is very good for HTPC because not very high the Noctua C12 -P. It is useless to put a super silent cooler to rate if you have a diet that sounds like a turbine. A PC must always be consistent!
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Re: How To Build A Silent Air Cooling System

The coolers to overclock well and scrounge a few MHz is improved performance.
There is no mystery it is usually more expensive, larger and heavier. There are three things to watch when you buy is cooler type:
  • Size: And yes some coolers are so big they do not fit vertically in the housing.
  • The composition: There are two metals used for this cooler are copper and aluminum. They have no advantage one over the next. Aluminium has the advantage of being light so if you often carry your case to go to the LAN you have less chance to snatch the socket but in return it dissipates less heat. Copper in turn dissipates heat better but is heavier. In fact the difference in performance is negligible.
  • The size of the fan and maximum airflow. (Plus it's bigger and it cools)
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