Keeping Aegis X cool and quiet - MSI Silent Storm Cooling 2 pro

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myikari

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Gamers always find the spec of their PC important, but they usually ignore that the cooling ability is highly correlated with the system performance. If you want your PC?s performance to be powerful you should also equip your system with a great cooling system; otherwise it will not have max performance when you are playing the game.

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??Air flow design in generic case?

In any generic case design all the components are in the same zone and there is only one air flow path for all components. It will mix all hot air together, including the CPU, graphics and the PSU because of those components are in the same chamber.

Unlike any generic cases, MSI Aegis series has an exclusive cooling system design which is called Silent Storm Cooling 2 pro. It separates the thermal zones of the system from the PSU. In this way the CPU, GPU and PSU can have their own airflow. In addition, we also put liquid cooling in this small system that not only makes the system cool but also quiet. According to our tests, it only produces 36dB of acoustic sound when the system is in the full load. So in this way you can fully trust the special cooling design of MSI Aegis to substantially reduce the heat for the system.

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??Silent Storm Cooling 2 Pro?
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??Acoustic testing result?
 

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jtfberryfarm

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speaking of cooling, what fan control software can we use since the last windows update seems to have killed the ability for what ever was used before, not all fans are set to high speed and the msi fan control just gives an error message that the video card doesn't support the application.

It now sounds like a hurricane in the house with all the fans screaming..
 
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