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System Performance

Thermal testing with Intel DH57JG motherboard

Test Conclusion:

At 50% and 100% load, the fanless HeatSync Cooling System kept the processor 8-9C degrees cooler (including change in ambient air temp) than the stock Intel fan-cooled heatsink using the default BIOS fan control settings. Motherboard and Voltage Regulator temps were lower due to the hot air downdraft from the fan-cooled CPU actually heating up the other MB components. The PCH temps were 7-10C degrees higher because with the fan cooled CPU, there is some additional air flow over the PCH heatsink. All temps, with either cooling system, remained within Intel's allowable range.

 

Thermal testing with Intel DG45FC motherboard

Test Conclusion:

At 100% load, the fanless HeatSync Cooling System kept the processor 3C degrees cooler (including change in ambient air temp) than the stock Intel fan-cooled heatsink. The ICH ran 21C degrees cooler and the MCH ran 10C cooler using the HeatSync Cooling System.

To get the best playback performance, see Intel DG45FC Set-up Information

 

Thermal testing the ZOTAC 9300-ITX motherboard

 
 

  


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