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Do I have to change the cooler when I put a different motherboard?

Q: Do I have to change the cooler when I put a different motherboard?

Do I have to change the cooler when I am replacing my motherboard from an Intel motherboard to an AMD one?

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So I just got this rig:

Intel Core 2 QUAD Q6600 Quad Core 2.4GHz 8MB(2x4MB) Socket 775

Gigabyte GA-P35-DQ6 iP35 4DDR2-DIMM 2PCI 5PCIe SATA Socket775 ATX

And my old Scythe Ninja won't fit on the motherboard because that silentpipe technology has a plate right underneath the cpu.

Does anyone know of a great cooler? Preferably no fans if that will work that will fit on this motherboard?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/need-a-cpu-cooler-that-fits-with-my-motherboard.634550/
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hi guys i recently got the new Ultra ChillTEC Black edition this motherboard old still cpu use cpu fan cooler, new plug to have cooler comes with all its sensors and controllers built in therefore it doesnt have to plug new cpu cooler, still have to use old cpu fan motherboard plug into the cpu fan new cpu cooler, still have to use old cpu fan motherboard plug power plug on the motherboard like my original heatsink however if i don't have the old heatsink plugged into new cpu cooler, still have to use old cpu fan motherboard plug the motherboard when i try to boot the computer goes to a black screen and says something about cpu fan has failed shutting down to protect your system so to fix i have the old heatsink plugged into the motherboard and have just set it down inside the case next to the chilltec if possible i would like to do this the correct way i feel like ive had to jerry-rig the system to make it work i've looked in the bios and havent found anything about hardware monitoring i have contacted HP and they don't know there head from their arses after mins on hold i contacted the manufacturer of my mobo Pegatron corporation they emailed me back saying i copy and paste quot Dear Sir Pegatron is an OEM manufacturer so we do not sell product with our company name and we are not allowed to sharing any sepc or product information quot and she goes on to tell me basically to call HP i told her HP couldnt help and HP even said my mobo manufacturer was a company called quot Athleon quot the pegatron rep said she would help to contact hp and see what she finds anyone else got any ideas

A:new cpu cooler, still have to use old cpu fan motherboard plug

Ideally you want to do one of two things. Go into the BIOS and tell it to ignore the fan speed sensor for the CPU, or find a way to plug the new CPU cooler into the motherboard fan connector so it can read the speed sensor on the fan. I don't recommend doing it but you could plug a case fan into the CPU fan connector, or remove the fan from the old heat sink and leave it plugged in. The problem with that is if the fan on the new heat sink fails you motherboard has no way of knowing it and can't shut down to prevent a CPU overheat condition.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/102538-new-cpu-cooler-still-have-use-old-cpu-fan-motherboard-plug.html
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Current specs
Intel db75en
Intel i5 3rd gen 3450
Gtx 970 amp extreme edition
Samsung evo 120
PSU corsair vs 650
Liquid cooler h50 corsair

Currently they are on LGA 1155 mobo

I just killed my old motherboard
And now I am planning to buy i7 4790k

There are three motherboards I have in mind and all of them are asus z97 series based. Want to buy only asus..
Z97 A
Z97 k
Z97 c

I want to know that whether I should upgrade and get 1150 mobo and new processor or not!

(I have no plans to put dual gtx 970 bt plan to use secondary gfx card (gtx560) as phyx dedicated card)
If yes then
1. Which mobo I should go for and why?
2. Will the old h50 will be fittable on my new board or not!

Any new advise also appreciated!
Thank You
 

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Hey so..iv just installed a new cooler (Gellid icy vision Rev 2) to my XFX6870 Black edition..first time attemping to switch a cooler and worked pretty well get idle temps at about 28degrees..full loads temps at around 40degrees...

The only problem now is i cant change my fan speed! with such low temps i was planning on turning down the fan speed a bit because its a tad loud for my liking..iv tried rivatuner...msi afterburner and catalys control centre but non work..the slider comes on and i can move and apply the fan speed but it affects the fan in no way what so ever..i also cant go below 20% fan speed...?

Any help much appriciated..thankyou

A:Installed new cooler but now i cant change fan speed?

Found this,






Quote:
Q: "What is the included 4Pin to 3Pin cable for?"
A: " If you would like to adjust the fan speed, connect the included ?4pin to 3pin? cable to a manual speed controller (GELID FC-FX01 sold separately)


GELID Solutions > Products

Looks like you need one of these,

GELID Solutions > Products

to control the fan speed on that cooler.

http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/153089-installed-new-cooler-but-now-i-cant-change-fan-speed.html
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A:CPU cooler fastening issue with MS-7826 (Kaili) motherboard

@UNCcustomer7, welcome to the forum. As an old overclocker, these two statements contradict each other: "I have upgraded a GPU and unlocked CPU for my HP pc to give it longer lifetime. The probelm is the motherboard and its stock processor cooler that I need to change in order to increase my CPU clock speed (with intel XTU due to missing bios options)". Unlocking the CPU and increasing the CPU clock speed will not add longer life.  It can reduce the life span.  I always expected that I could reduce the life of the CPU by as much as 30% while overclocking.  You are correct in trying to add a better cooler, however. The problem that you will hav is, HP has their motherboards made to their specs to work with other components.  Therefore, they do use proprietary parts on the motherboards.  For this reason, I am not certain what you can do.  It is difficult to find retail motherboards to fit the stand-offs in the case. Please click the Thumbs up + button if I have helped you and click Accept as Solution if your problem is solved.

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/CPU-cooler-fastening-issue-with-MS-7826-Kaili-motherboard/td-p/5841872
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A:Intel shows off liquid cooler, DX79SI motherboard

Thanks A GUY. Over a year ago I was on the Intel site and found a water cooler they were designing with metal tubes. They must of gave up and had Asetek come on board.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/186938-intel-shows-off-liquid-cooler-dx79si-motherboard.html
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After purchasing a Zalman passive cooler i installed boot Computer wont cooler change after Northbridge it into my computer only to find that now the system will not boot The computer has been running fine for about a year now but now it wont boot It has power and all the fans turn on the hdd makes all the right noises but i dont get any Computer wont boot after Northbridge cooler change signal to the monitor Also the power LED on the Computer wont boot after Northbridge cooler change case flashes when it is first started up and then stays on I have taken out all the unecessary parts checked cables and replaced the original cooler but still not luck On the D-Bracket Computer wont boot after Northbridge cooler change at the back of the Motherboard i have orange and red leds on leds at top at bottom orange then red at top then red then orange at the bottom however orange is not in the manual so cannot troubleshoot it The specs are MSI K N Neo Platinum Motherboard x mb CL DDR X GT PCI express graphics card AMD Socket GB Maxtor SATA HDD nbsp

A:Computer wont boot after Northbridge cooler change

The only possible thing i could of done apart from damaging the motherboard is accidently pushing one of the capacitors (i think thats what they are) but it didnt show any noticable damage.
Unfortunatly i dont have any spares to test it so will prob hav 2 buy them and hope.
Cheers
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/computer-wont-boot-after-northbridge-cooler-change.59965/
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A:XPS 8900 CPU cooler upgrade - much quieter and cooler operation

Nice !

http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19993539
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A:Problem with Cooler Master chipset cooler RUNNING HOT!

chipsets have a higher heat tolerence than CPUs, 40c is a safe operating temp. also, temp sensors are not accurate, so you can't really go by the reading from it anyways. it's not unusual for software based sensor to be as much as 10c off the actual temp.

the cooler you bought should work fine. did you thoroughly clean the chipset and heatsink with isopropyl alcohol and then apply new thermal compound before mounting the cooler?
 

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At 1:20
 

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Hello,

Do you guys think that Cooler Master V8 CPU cooler will fit in a regular full tower case. Its not a branded/famous case, just a normal full tower with handle on top.

Thanks for your answers.
 

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Alright, so recently my stock cooler for my CPU has been getting really annoying. It seems to get really loud during gaming, with my CPU temps averaging around 43c.

So I decided to grab a new CPU cooler. Ive had my eyes on the
COOLER MASTER V8


But now after a little of reading up on the cooler, I'm a little concern about size and effectiveness. Here's my case if anyone knows if it will definitely fit.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811147047&Tpk=Rosewill armor gaming case

Also,id like to know if there are any other good CPU coolers out their along the same price range, that performs better.

-Thanks In advance
 

A:New CPU cooler to replace AMD 965BE stock cooler

The V8 is still a very good cooler, and was top dog for its time. if you want the top performers now , you are going to pay another $30 for them.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...00 50001444&IsNodeId=1&name=Thermalright, Inc.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835608018

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/1...Cooler_Sockets_775_1156_1366_AM2_AM2_AM3.html

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/1...Cooler_Sockets_775_1156_1366_AM2_AM2_AM3.html

I have the Silver Arrow (3 fan) cooling an AMD Phenom II x6 1100T @ 4.3Ghz and It's stellar.

Make sure you know the measurements of your case if you are getting a high end cooler.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/new-cpu-cooler-to-replace-amd-965be-stock-cooler.167347/
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I just got the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler today, easily installed and really good. Well better than stock cooler.

Hyper 212 Plus - Cooler Master - Leading Provider of Computer Case | Cooler | Power Supply

Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus review

The 1 fan which is mounted is intake.

If i were to install another fan to make it dual fan, would both be intake or would one be exhaust and intake etc. As in going with the push pull flow?????

A:Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler

  
Quote: Originally Posted by rmw020


I just got the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler today, easily installed and really good. Well better than stock cooler.

Hyper 212 Plus - Cooler Master - Leading Provider of Computer Case | Cooler | Power Supply

Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus review

The 1 fan which is mounted is intake.

If i were to install another fan to make it dual fan, would both be intake or would one be exhaust and intake etc. As in going with the push pull flow?????


I have the 212+ as well. You'd want one push and 1 pull. Also, make sure the 2nd fan moves the same amount of air as the 1st, or you'll create a bottleneck of sorts. But with 2 fans that have equal airflow, you will notice a drop in temps. But there will be more noise, unless you change both fans to a quiet fan like Noctua's. A Guy

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i just finished my build and i have no idea why i went for a motherboard with 2 slots for ram it can hold up to 16gb but luckly ebuyer sent me out an extra 4gb of kingston hyperx ram so i have 8gb all together but theres a problem theres 4 sticks !

obviously i wouldnt want to send it back so what do ya think either upgrade my motherboard and smash the extra 4 gb in there or keep to my original one i dont have money to blow atall im really struggling if its something that will really make a difference ill go with it if not then ill just keep to my original and when i come to buy a graphics card i will get a 2gb graphics card to help with gaming all i really do is gaming i dont really do anything else

thankyou for your time

A:Motherboard 4gb Max or change motherboard for 8gb ?

I'd go with 4 gigs until you had a major reason to believe it wasn't enough. If that ever happens, consider your next move. Most people do just fine with 4 gigs.

I considered 8 gigs on my 4 slot board but decided against it and don't regret it.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/148979-motherboard-4gb-max-change-motherboard-8gb.html
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I have a machine with a Gigabyte X58A Ud3 in, because I think that it's faulty I'd like to upgrade it to the X58a UD5.

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Am I being optimistic? Could I trash my existing setup?

Thanks

James

A:can I change my motherboard

James, Yes it is most likely possible to change your motherboard out BUT. It does require a bit of technical knowhow as the memory and the cpu will have to be moved to the new motherboard and moving the cpu and cooler is not for the faint of heart. Unless your young and have steady hands and good eyes. It can get sticky uninstalling and moving the cpu to the new motherboad. Damn those pins on the cpu are small

Regarding your hard disk, That could be a problem as the new motherboard has different drivers and such.

But I have seen the hard disk moved to a new mb with a minimum of fuss. First you must backup all of your data and save any install programs with the validation codes or serial numbers.

Also, according to the OEM license. when you change the mb on an oem computer, you need a new copy of windows but if you have a regular copy of windows ie.. full version then you can install it on the new mb.

The most important thing is good backups...

Good luck and may the force be with you

Rich

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A:Do i Need to change my Motherboard?

Short answer: It depends.

Graphics card memory and PC memory are two separate things.


The DDR3 memory on graphics cards is independent to what your dektop PC has installed. The DDR3 memory modules on graphics cards are part of the card. Separate to the PC's memory.

You will however, need DDR2 for the PC. DDR3 doesn't fit into DDR2 slots.

With your PC you might be out of luck as it looks like that motherboard/model only supports up to 2GB

http://www.upgradecomputermemory.com...AM-Memory.html

http://www.datamemorysystems.com/Com...sario-SR5027UK

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A:Motherboard change help!!!

What's your budget?

I think the answers will largely depend on how much money you want to put into this project.

If you are looking for a graphics upgrade and you are replacing your mobo consider moving to a board with PCI-Express graphics. That would give you a longer life to your investment and the graphics boost is nice indeed. Of course, if you go that far you are probably looking at a new processor and memory as well.

Also, what size power supply do you currently have? Newer graphics cards need more power and most stock computers don't supply much of that.

- Bob
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/motherboard-change-help.27251/
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A:motherboard change what should i do?

Ti.boneair said:

hey yall, i have a question for you......

i have recently had the GA-8IPE1000 (2.0) Intel 865PE chipset and something has gone wrong to force me to get a new mobo.
so i have some questions of to what i should get.... i need socket 478 motherboard and i have been looking at these in particular

ASUS p4p800-se
ASUS p4p800-e
or getting the same mobo. b/c i heard that it is a pain in the A** to reinstall al the drivers on the new mobo.....

any suggestions?Click to expand...

same mobo is the easiest route, if you get a different one chances are a fresh format and install of your os and everything else.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/motherboard-change-what-should-i-do.341140/
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A:Consquences of Motherboard change out

Read this post, will throw some light on this subject....
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My system:
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Any idea what I should do? I really don't want to format my HD and install Windows again.

Thanks!

A:BSOD After Motherboard Change

  
Quote: Originally Posted by giaviv


Hey guys,

I just changed to a different motherboard because my other one broke and now I can't boot my Windows 7, understandably though. How can I make it work? I launched the setup repair which didn't help but I am now looking at the console. I am able to open regedit and load the SYSTEM hive and control the services in ControlSet001. Which drivers should I try playing with there to make it work?

My system:
CPU = Q6600
RAM = 2*2GB DDR-II
HD = SATA II 750GB
Old motherboard = GIGABYTE P35 DS3L rev 2.0
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Any idea what I should do? I really don't want to format my HD and install Windows again.

Thanks!




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A:can i change the layout of my pc's motherboard?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by nabob


hey guys,

so, the pc that i have is this one: HP Pavilion Elite HPE-235f Desktop PC Product Specifications | HP? Support. Now, the motherboard recently died on it, so i was considering replacing it with this board instead: MSI 890GXM-G65 AM3 AMD 890GX 5 x SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 HDMI Micro ATX AMD Motherboard - Newegg.com

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this is the first matx motherboard that i have seen which follows the btx standard of mounting the board on the opposite wall, lol.

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A:Can I change my CPU without buying a new motherboard?

What's your motherboard model and what CPU do you have at the moment?

Also what do you use the PC for?
 

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Quote: Originally Posted by nabilalk


Hey all,

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I already have all my Personal Files on a separate partition on the HD and I will be using the same processor and RAM. Thanks.


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From your specs it appears this is a custom or homemade PC... if so you really shouldnt have any issues!

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Does this machine have a OEM OS tied to the original Motherboard?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/change-motherboard-on-vista.721527/
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A:Pavillion DV9500 motherboard change - compatibility

Yes it will work fine. The mounting holes are in the same place. You might wind up with an empty port or have to use a dremel tool to open up a small hole in the side but the board will work fine.

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A:Can't change Pavilion display resolution after motherboard

Greetings, 1. Only if you are in warranty. 2. You can enter 'SETUP" , set BIOS to defaults, and "save and exit". Staples replaced the p6-2133w MB with a similar board  used by HP in a different product number. You should get HD screen resolution. This integrated graphics board may be HP OEM. Remove the AMD graphics driver. Let Win 10 install the driver and see if that helps. Install a discrete graphics card if the AMD GPU is not compatible with Win 10. Cheers!  

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Why...did you replace the motherboard with an identical replacement?  What was going wrong...and what made you think that a MB replacement would solve it?
 
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Looks to me that you did not purchase/replace with an identical motherboard, going by your previous topic.  "Similar" is not "identical" in my world .
 
Please pursue the earlier topic you initiated, thereby avoiding unnecessary confusion an possbily conflicting comments from BC members.
 
This topic is now closed.
 
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A:BSOD 0124 whilst playing any games after recent motherboard change.

From your post. Please explain with more detail.






Quote:
I had to replace my SSD initially as i found that it was incompatible with the motherboard.


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A:new CPU cooler

  
Quote: Originally Posted by dutchdarky


hey there,

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I'm planning to upgrade my motherboard and CPU to a Gigabyte CPU - help cooler Some GA-EP -UD R rev and Intel Some help - CPU cooler Core Quad Q respectively in the next few days I am planning to buy a Thermalright Ultra- eXtreme CPU cooler because the stock Intel cooler just doesn't cut it in our Indian summers I'm hearing very good things about this particular CPU cooler and need to know whether it will fit on the motherboard I know this is probably Some help - CPU cooler nothing to do with the trend of this board except that I do run Windows and plan to do so for the conceivable future or until the next version of Windows arrives whichever is earlier If any of you people here are running this combo or know someone who does could you please let me know what the experience has been like Quick replies greatly appreciated as I need to get the payment part done tomorrow so I can have the parts in hand for the weekend Mods please move this thread to the appropriate forum if necessary Thanks in advance NPP

A:Some help - CPU cooler

Don't have the MB, but looking at its image in Newegg, it looks like it should. I would also make sure there's enough clearance in your case. I know mine almost didn't fit, if not for the fact the side panels are recessed.

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For the most part my CPU run pretty cool but with a couple of apps Hulu Desktop is the only one that comes to mind at the moment it revs the CPU to nearly when in full screen If I just have a small window showing it drops drastically but when at the high end the CPU temperature gets closer to the limit than I'm comfortable with This has me thinking about an aftermarket cooler but I've never used anything except the AMD OEM cooler I don't want to spend a lot but haven't set a budget for it yet Also I noticed a used set of components on eBay a while back that included a Cooler Master cooler than used an internal water system along with a fan that Cooler CPU looked a little like an overgrown OEM cooler except that it was designed so that the airflow went from front to back rather than vertically It seemed that this would work well with the overall airflow patterns of CPU Cooler the case The bottomline is how much would I have to spend for a cooler that would make a significant difference in temperature I really don't like the idea of water cooling except as I described CPU Cooler above Along with a price some specific recommendations would help

A:CPU Cooler

Two inexpensive ones I have tried are the CoolerMaster TX-3 and Arctic Cooling Freezer Pro 7

I'm not sure if they're compatible with your setup, but they will both do a good job if you use some good thermal paste and apply it right.

Do a search on your favorite retailer's site and see if they are compatible with your system and good luck. It a good inexpensive upgrade.

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Q: Cooler

Has anybody used this cooler (Coolermaster N520)?
Hyper N520 - Cooler Master

A:Cooler

Here's a link to the reviews on newegg, a surprising amount of which are good I might add: Customer Reviews Of COOLER MASTER Intel Core i7 compatible Hyper N 520 RR-920-N520-GP 92mm Sleeve CPU Cooler

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