Resolve thermal problems
Cooling your components correctly especially the processors is not just dependent on the choice of processor cooler itself. In particular the importance of the airflow inside the case is underestimated by the most. Frivolously the putatively too weak processor is made responsible for an instable system. The true reason though lie where else.
In its directives AMD has indicated a second case fan resulting an airflow that processes from the cases front at the bottom to the PSU at the top and then to the second case fan.
Additionally to the second fan AMD indicates a maximum temperature inside the case of 42°C and defines at the same time a maximum temperature difference of 7° between the outer air and the air sucked in by the cooler.
The airflow in the case must not be blocked by floppy- or hard disk-cables. In many systems these wide cables hang right down to the floor plate and block the air inlet. In many circumstances round connection cables can be an efficient help - They can be bound together to bundles and keep the airflow clear.
Depending on the opening at the backside of the case a Verax-Case fan or a Papst-Fan Typ 8412 NGL can be installed. Even in silent systems both fans are hardly audible. The installation can be optimised with fan vibration damping (see accessories for fans area)..
The correct core voltage settings (supply voltage of the Processor) are extremely important. Despite automatic detection the settings are wrong on many boards. A too high voltage causes a clearly higher temperature development. This can be the reason why heatsinks released for the specific processor type by the manufacturer are not sufficient enough. Furthermore the additional heat has to be removed from the case which causes more noise because of higher revs of the fans.
If you stick to these definitions a system equipped with quiet component will be stable, reliable and will run within the temperature tolerances set by the manufactures.
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