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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote badbri Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 Jun 2019 at 9:06am
Are you running Windows in High Performance mode or Balanced (power mode)?
How many fans are blowing air out of the case, how many blowing air in ?
You always need more "out" air than "in" air, PSU fans do not count as they now just cool the psu and don't add much to case ventilation.
I am using an Intel BXTS15A heatsink fan, have 3 out blow fans and two in blow. My CPU (8700k) and motherboard (z370 pro4) run 4C to 6C above room temp on average after being on a few hours.
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Thank you for your response. I have always built my computers in the past, basing the build on the motherboard and the case. I made a big
mistake this time. This motherboard had 1 pin for a case fan open which I added as an out. So the motherboard controls 2 case fans and the
and the cpu fan. I have ordered 2 more 120mm fans and power conneconnectors to hook them to 4 pin power. So I will end up with 2 outs on top, 2 ins in the front, and and out in the rear (I have no idea where this plugs in). I will have no way of adjusting the rpm of the 2 fans I am adding as they will not be plugged into the motherboard. I searched the web for reviews on your suggested cooler/fan to responses. I can take the back panel of the case off easily so I will not have to take the motherboard out to change cooler/fan. Being a mini board and small case, there is not much room. I may just see what the results are after adding the fans and putting the side panel back on. I will post what the results are. Thank you again.
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I finally got the 2 molex power cables. So no I have 3 fans out and 2 fans in. I put the clear tempered glass side panel back on. Checked the temps. CPU is 40C/104F and MB is 33C/91F. I still have the stock cpu & cooler that I want to replace. I hope I never have problems as tech support with this board will be non-existent.
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