I used it on an i mini ITX build. Also, that goofy power supply setup made me cringe. Read this post to fix it: Technology, Media and Telecommunications. I tried disabling unplugging the top fan. But note that full-featured versions of the drivers are also freely available from Dell. I found a hose an old CPAP hose and used it to narrow down the noise.
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Its really quite fine in everything except this one: Tue Jun 12, 9: They don’t want me to return it no kidding! Aug 30, Posts: You can have the best HSF ever made inside the case but if it doesn’t have what’s needed to supply and exhaust the air needed hsg cooling it’s a waste of time. But note that full-featured versions of the drivers are also freely available from Dell.
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Page History Login to edit. Conexant does not provide drivers for Linux, but commercial Linux drivers are available from Linuxant, a separate company. Apparently, with this cooler, there’s still 12mm between the top of the fan and the back-side of the PSU.
Thu Jun 21, 3: Banks and other Financial Institutions. If I decide to go this route, are there any other low-profile HSF that would work in this space? I’m going to try to be home by 5pm tomorrow so they can call me and we can work through this. After a visit by a technician to swap out the PSU which DID solve the “howly” sound, a couple days later the sound is back.
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Nope and the system nearly had a conniption because of it.
Jan 22, Posts: Jul 1, Posts: The above didn’t work for me when tested on listed-as-supported Conexant HDA modem. To tide you over, here’s one from the guy who swapped out the HSF: After reading this thread I was curious about the airflow of the Dell case and from what I saw after a web search it’s not very good.
These drivers can be downloaded from the following addresses: Additionally, the kernel headers are also needed, this is the linux-headers package. That sounds suspiciously like the GPU fan ramping up and down during gaming, but if it’s doing it during non-GPU tasks maybe not. Can you post detailed interior shots?
Personally I’d return it if possible and look into getting something with a better design. There’s a review of it at Techpowerup.
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