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The right fan/heat sink

Will a nexus AXM-8200 heat sink/fan install on a Asus M2Nsli mobo retention module with out any modification, I mean will it stick and click, all done.
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50c is par.
at 90c the intel chip , (or amd) shuts it self down, all by itself.
so 80c is no good. its too near 90c. see?

my guess that is the Asus bios temp reporting, like mine does.

The CPU runs hot, some up to 100watts of heat, ever touch a 100watt light bulb? burns fingers, there you see what hot means.
the fan must blow well, yours seems to.
the correct matching heat sink ,matched to your heat rating of your unstated CPU is next, why not buy a max sized heatsink fan assembly and end this.? do not use 20w CPU fan-hs on 100w CPU. ever.
then use real heatsink compounds not that $1 junk sold on fleabay.(China cloned crapp, endless )
next is airflow in the PC case.
now photos by you of mobo in a case, or in toaster mom chucked.
haha..... but sure i cant see your PC, can I and matters , in the world of thermodynamics.
Air flow from, the front of the PC to the rear must happen!
case temps inside must be kept below 30c, so the Heat sink can even work at all.(and its fan)

this grease is best from JAPAN. no hype , it's commercial grade.

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