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Old 05-01-20, 05:39 PM
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PC modder removes the need for X570's chipset fan with a custom heatsink - This is PC

A fanless ROG Strix X570-E? Yes, please!



Read more about DerRuehrer's custom passive X570 chipset heatsink.

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Old 05-01-20, 05:55 PM
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Nice job. It's not even ugly.
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Nice job. It's not even ugly.
My X570 chipset fan is unplugged since I installed the motherboard. Temps never go above 65c...
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Old 05-01-20, 06:20 PM
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Yeah I always thought it wasn't needed tbh.

Maybe some idiot in marketing thinks it makes it look good or something.
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It's not there to annoy you, it's there to make the chip last longer.
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