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Doc_T

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I have this mobo Asus A7v266 i am interested in putting either the
Alpha7HO-FAN or the Big-Alpha 8045 on it do you know if it will fit?
 

hpotter

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I've got an A7V266, go get a Thermalright SK-6, they are a lot better in my opinion then that Alpha's and I think they cost less too. And I had no problems putting on the Sk-6, even though it is pretty heavy.
 
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Doc_T

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TY for your input Hpotter which fan do you have on yours? I see them from 27cfm up to 50.1cfm?
 
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Doc_T

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Oh yea this is prob a silly ? but copper shim would kinda be senseless with a copper base huh? :D
 

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Doc_T said:
TY for your input Hpotter which fan do you have on yours? I see them from 27cfm up to 50.1cfm?

For now I have the black label delta. But I will be changing to Water Cooling in the next week or so. I'm not really sure how much cfm it pushes, but it's a lot.
 

The Doors

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I'm using a ThermalRight SK6 with a Delta50Cfm @7v, coz absolutly annoing @12v, and the Cpu temp @full load 24/7 @1.6Ghz 1.85v is never above 40 degree C, but remember, a good case airflow is always needed ;)
 
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Doc_T

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Oh one more thing on the A7V266 MBM reads 2 sensors how do i know which one is CPU temp? ive looked through all the books that came with it and cant figure it out

Sensor 1 reads 28c
Sensor 2 reads 54c
CPU @ 1547Mhz
+3.3V @ 3.41V
+5V @ 5.00V
+12V @ 12.77V
-12V @ -12.87V
-5V @ -4.97V
 
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Doc_T

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Cool Doors TY Snesor 1 is my case Temp and Sensor 2 is my CPU temp Is 52c hi for CPU? i just have the standard HSF that cam e with the XP 1800+
 

The Doors

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Well, 52 degree C @full load for a Cpu @ stock Speed & Voltage is good, but not at all if you plan to OC it, so you have to go with another HeatSink, and if possible ArticSilver III thermal paste ;)