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    Question NORTHBRIDGE Cooler!

    Guyz, gimme a suggestion from wer i can get a NORTHBRIDGE cooler!!!!! Actually its not necessary for a simple mobo of mine.... But northbridge cooler ta jei poriman hot hoe, ami ektu tensed, also i think its pretty normal for a stock cooler. But ekta lagate ichha kortese, UCC te thermaltake er gula nai, khoj nisilam, IDB er tate ase naki janina, keu janle amake janao.. r keu SELL Korte chaile ekhane price r pix post koro!!

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    You should be more careful of the un-sinked VRMs on your board, rather than worrying about the Northbridge. The VRMs get pretty toasty when they are not under a proper heatsink, and produce an exorbitant amount of heat. The little black chip(ICs?) above the 775 socket is your VRMs or most commonly known as power phases for the CPU. In expensive boards, you'll see bigger/better more quality heatsinks to drive away the heat from these little chips.

    As for your Northbridge, you can try a re-application with an aftermarket TIM (MX-4) for e.g, and point a 40-50mm fan towards for greater dissipation. That will give you the best results, rather than looking for NB coolers. The one linked above is nice, but IDK if they are available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sumit Pramanik View Post
    Multiplan er UCC te nai, IDB er tate khoj nie dekhi paoa jaekina!! Thanks!!

    ---------- Post added at 22:57 ---------- Previous post was at 22:56 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    You should be more careful of the un-sinked VRMs on your board, rather than worrying about the Northbridge. The VRMs get pretty toasty when they are not under a proper heatsink, and produce an exorbitant amount of heat. The little black chip(ICs?) above the 775 socket is your VRMs or most commonly known as power phases for the CPU. In expensive boards, you'll see bigger/better more quality heatsinks to drive away the heat from these little chips.

    As for your Northbridge, you can try a re-application with an aftermarket TIM (MX-4) for e.g, and point a 40-50mm fan towards for greater dissipation. That will give you the best results, rather than looking for NB coolers. The one linked above is nice, but IDK if they are available.
    Ok,useful advice, bt gimme a solution of VRMs heatsink, how can i apply heatsinks on those chip's??

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    Cable-tieing a fan to it would do too. I did 1 on @Hamilton bhaiya's pc & its working great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaDDy View Post
    Multiplan er UCC te nai, IDB er tate khoj nie dekhi paoa jaekina!! Thanks!!

    ---------- Post added at 22:57 ---------- Previous post was at 22:56 ----------


    Ok,useful advice, bt gimme a solution of VRMs heatsink, how can i apply heatsinks on those chip's??
    Could you post a screenshot of HW Monitor with IBT/p95 running? You can buy off small memory (RAM sinks), I guess they are available at UCC. No need to be worried though, the high end ones are usually rated at 105-150C and maybe even more under the most extreme conditions. But if you are regularly hitting 80-90C which is a normal case with overclocked Q9xxx, then I guess that needs to be addressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Could you post a screenshot of HW Monitor with IBT/p95 running? You can buy off small memory (RAM sinks), I guess they are available at UCC. No need to be worried though, the high end ones are usually rated at 105-150C and maybe even more under the most extreme conditions. But if you are regularly hitting 80-90C which is a normal case with overclocked Q9xxx, then I guess that needs to be addressed.
    Here they are, as am new in using IBT, posting several shots!!
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    Hope this will work!!
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    That TMPIN2 is most probably your VRMs or the sensor around the CPU socket which is somewhat close to the CPU temperature from what I can gather. Can you point a fan in those VRM area, and see if TMPIN2 decreases while under heavy load IBT/p95? If it does not get above 70C, then you are fine.

    Like when stressing my 955BE, the VRMs go upto 49C, while the hottest core is around 52C.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    That TMPIN2 is most probably your VRMs or the sensor around the CPU socket which is somewhat close to the CPU temperature from what I can gather. Can you point a fan in those VRM area, and see if TMPIN2 decreases while under heavy load IBT/p95? If it does not get above 70C, then you are fine.

    Like when stressing my 955BE, the VRMs go upto 49C, while the hottest core is around 52C.
    While the IBT was running, the average temp in TMPIN2 was randomly changing from 63C > 67C > 63C > 67C. And i only took the snaps wen it reaches above 67. And as u see, in one of ma snaps, it was 70 degree C and that happened only once. As am a new user of IBT (Didn't got what u said earlier about testing with IBT/P95, then googled it and got what u meant.) so asking this noob ques, Is there any risk of toasting my mobo or cpu if i run IBT for too long?? Because, last night i continuously ran this burn test for about 3 times (With 10 times to run option). Is that OK with any PC or am just lucky to not get a toasted MOBO and CPU for today's breakfast??

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaDDy View Post
    While the IBT was running, the average temp in TMPIN2 was randomly changing from 63C > 67C > 63C > 67C. And i only took the snaps wen it reaches above 67. And as u see, in one of ma snaps, it was 70 degree C and that happened only once. As am a new user of IBT (Didn't got what u said earlier about testing with IBT/P95, then googled it and got what u meant.) so asking this noob ques, Is there any risk of toasting my mobo or cpu if i run IBT for too long?? Because, last night i continuously ran this burn test for about 3 times (With 10 times to run option). Is that OK with any PC or am just lucky to not get a toasted MOBO and CPU for today's breakfast??
    There's no risk running IBT as long as you have your cooling right. Your Q9xxx should be okay upto 65-70C, I wouldn't go above 75C and at 80C it should be throttling IIRC. The only risk you put is that the VRMs are loaded up much more than it would be in normal operation. IBT/LinX/p95 will stress your hardware more than any commercial software/day to day app. While it be better if you had some h/s for better longevity, it's fine if it only goes up to 70C.

    Your stock cooler also plays a part here, the default one that comes with INTEL circulates air between the VRM/DIMMs slot areas, so those components are also cooled optimally, but if you switch to a tower h/s for e.g a CoolerMaster Hyper 212+, then the VRMs get no air because of the cooler design, just some food for thought.

    EDIT: I'm sorry for not explaining the abbreviations.

    IBT: Intel Burn Test
    p95: Prime95
    LinX: libraries used by IBT, but this is more updated and tad more stringent!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    There's no risk running IBT as long as you have your cooling right. Your Q9xxx should be okay upto 65-70C, I wouldn't go above 75C and at 80C it should be throttling IIRC. The only risk you put is that the VRMs are loaded up much more than it would be in normal operation. IBT/LinX/p95 will stress your hardware more than any commercial software/day to day app. While it be better if you had some h/s for better longevity, it's fine if it only goes up to 70C.

    Your stock cooler also plays a part here, the default one that comes with INTEL circulates air between the VRM/DIMMs slot areas, so those components are also cooled optimally, but if you switch to a tower h/s for e.g a CoolerMaster Hyper 212+, then the VRMs get no air because of the cooler design, just some food for thought.

    EDIT: I'm sorry for not explaining the abbreviations.

    IBT: Intel Burn Test
    p95: Prime95
    LinX: libraries used by IBT, but this is more update and tad more stringent!
    Ya, am using stock cooler! Not that much enthusiast to use a aftermarket cooler!! Anyway, thanks for all the helps and advices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaDDy View Post
    Ya, am using stock cooler! Not that much enthusiast to use a aftermarket cooler!! Anyway, thanks for all the helps and advices.
    No problem, glad I could help.

    A short simple answer would to to replace that TIM under that NB h/s with some quality paste, and buy a cheap 40-50mm fan, and call it a day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    No problem, glad I could help.

    A short simple answer would to to replace that TIM under that NB h/s with some quality paste, and buy a cheap 40-50mm fan, and call it a day.
    Ok, will try and update!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    No problem, glad I could help.A short simple answer would to to replace that TIM under that NB h/s with some quality paste, and buy a cheap 40-50mm fan, and call it a day.
    bro 40/50mm cheap fan kothae pawa jabe?

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