I just use a big paper clip that I unfold, then I push it inside the heatsink, like this: https://cdn.instructables.com/FQU/J1J8/F4LL9HQ1/FQUJ1J8F4LL9HQ1.LARGE.jpg?auto=webp&frame=1&crop=3:2&fit=bounds
You are not concerned about the temp of the SAS 3008 chipset in a tower case like this? It was too hot to touch in my case, I added a noctua 40mm directly on it.
If you want to put two NVME on the Asys Hyper, you will have to configure bifurcation, I posted a pic on the previous page. It works...
Unfortunately the BMC still think that the fan RPM drop to 0, so thrown an alert and spin the fan to 100% again. I am not confident to put the threshold to 0...
Since the fan is very quiet, especially with the low voltage adapter, I set up the fan mode to full speed. My chassis fan are...
Mhhh... in the manual, in the bios section:
- IOU0 (II0 PCIe Port 2)
- IOU1 (II0 PCIE Port 3)
And if we look the block diagram:
- Port 2A -> SLOT 5
- Port 2C -> SLOT 6
- Port 3A -> SLOT 4
- Port 3C -> SLOT 7