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Back side air flow CPU socket

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2022/08/03 19:28:42 (permalink)
To say my results increased stability.
Case makers need a heads up. Gat
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    austin86
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    Re: Back side air flow CPU socket 2022/08/04 11:12:28 (permalink)
    I recall a time when some motherboard had passive heat sink on the back of motherboards

     
    The old voodoo 3/4/5 had divites/holes  on the back side of the die to help with cooling to. PCB can get hot and when they do the hold onto the heat.
     
    It helps but is moot when you can get a better heat sink.
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    Re: Back side air flow CPU socket 2022/08/11 21:38:26 (permalink)
    Well there's more to flow than copper .No more I'm here like a skipping stone waiting to get sunk. But I'll be quiet as per the forums lolz Better numbers can be had than what I had
    post edited by Nozler - 2022/08/11 21:45:28
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