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Aftermarket Northpole colling :D

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May 10, 2006 2:55:50 AM

-K- I's gots a LP DFI NF4 SLI-Dr ExPERT ;) 
The mobo has a stock lil cooler for the northbridge, I'm wondering if the stock coller will do me good, but I was looking forward for some copper heatsinks. ANd If I do get some aftermarket coolers for my northpole, will I see any performance gains??
What are the benifiets for a cooler northpole??
Suggestions would be appreciated :twisted:
May 10, 2006 7:27:44 AM

Better temps and with that you get better stability.

Two flys with one pounch 8)

I think you can put a zalman cooler for graphics on dfi board chipset.
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May 10, 2006 4:06:43 PM

:D  northbridge
May 10, 2006 4:46:45 PM

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Better temps and with that you get better stability.

Two flys with one pounch 8)

I think you can put a zalman cooler for graphics on dfi board chipset.


Passivly you have much better temps as long as you have one or two fans moving air over the heatsinks.

I made my own heat sinks from a bunch of P133's for a 5700le once, I saw a stable 10 fram increase.
May 10, 2006 7:35:03 PM

You could get the thermaltake watercooling kit and buy a northbridge waterblock(I am pretty sure they make those :D  ). Frozen Cpu is selling that kit with the double 120mm radiator for 135. Good deal
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