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Zotac d525, cooling problems

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October 5, 2012 1:46:11 AM

I wanted to build a cheap, easy computer for my first build. I bought a Zotac itx-t-u motherboard but later heard that it has heating issues. I'm using the 19v power brick and im lost on how to get it cooler. Will changing the heat paste to artic silver and adding a case fan be enough to cool it? If not, what cpu/gpu cooler type do i need?

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October 14, 2012 2:00:06 PM

yes .. a good paste with a good cooler will surely be a help .. if you're on low budget .. this is pretty decent cooler hyper 212 evo