Benjagan91 wrote:I know i'll probably have to overvolt the chip somewhat, but i'm just wondering what's my best bet in regards to cooling? It'll probably run pretty cool anyway... but yeah.
cooling mounts/holes are socket 478 oldschool retention stuff.
Will i have to replace the cooling on the north/south bridge at all? I'd like to run this 50% overclock full-time (whenever powered on).
Cow187 wrote:Thats a good start but I still see some room for fans there. No reason not to be cooling down those USB ports and CDROM drive.
mauser1891 wrote:Hello Folks,
Best cooling for LT OC... I am thinking of terms in quiet and least failure, but "envelope" in consideration.
I would suggest any hardware that is passive in nature to be best.
Since a fan or pump could have a defect that could lead to premature failure.
For example, my biggest fear is that my pump could fail on my H80.
I am covering elements of this in my FX-8350 thread, which I feel covers any processor used in this respect.
Not at all wanting to detract from this thread, but it is a great point of concern and interest.
I hope more people will have updated solutions for this thread.
H80 reference; http://www.corsair.com/hydro-series-h80 ... ooler.html
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