PCIe Diode temperature - any physical solution?
Hello folks at iFixit,
as seen in my own machine (and researched in many web-discussions), this Mac Pro 6,1 develops great amounts of heat alone from its "PCIe Diode"-Circuit.
As I know you iFixit-people as honest and sincere in researching and adressing repairability-issues, I want to ask especially all of you "trashcan"-users, if anybody of you has found out a way of physically modifiying this specific semiconductor with a heatsink or any other physical workaround - to push it's temperature, which on summer-days easily exceeds the recommended 70 degrees C (a value, which, by its manufacturer, is rated as highest working value).
Up to today, I personally use the software tool "TG pro" to "auto boost" the internal fan to 35% of it`s maximum of 1900 rpm always, when the PCIe diode temp goes over 70 degree C. (To imply this, go to "Auto Boost Rules", add a new rule by pressing "+", select "35" / "PCIs Switch Diode" / 70 C)
But nevertheless - besides these software solutions - hopefully some of you have found effective ways to physically duck the temperature below this critical value (without ramping up the fan...)?
Your experiences are valued! Thank you very much!
Bu iyi bir soru mu?