Re: XP-90 not cooling as well as it should, any suggestions?
As stated above windchill only applies to living or other objects that have significant surface moisture. The forced evaporation of the moisture cools the object. So unless your regularly spray your heatsink with moisture (not advised) wind chill does not affect CPU temps.
Originally Posted by Rickikaye69
Obviously raising the speed of your fan to give more airflow will cool the HS more simply because you are carrying the heat away faster- but that is not windchill.
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