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post #1 of 38 Old 11-04-2011, 03:42 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Whats the difference between 1 and 2 fans on this cpu cooler tempature wise.
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maybe 1 degree

ran my hyper 212+ with an extra CM Sickle flow 2000rpm with the stock one and maybe VERY little difference, IMO not worth the extra noise

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Its not noise i care about my stock cooler is at 6000rpm all the time, i care about the money.
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I found it helped me out on my old 1090t, idle it was only a 1c or 2c drop but at load it was around a 5c drop which helped me stay in the low 40's. If you don't have a fan controller you can always use the SpeedFan application to control the rpm, just bump it up when you need it. Good luck mate!
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i just installed mine, got 29C on stock i5- 2500
1 fan ( stock one )
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Its not noise i care about my stock cooler is at 6000rpm all the time, i care about the money.
LOL, 6000RPM on the stock fan? the stock fan only goes to 2000RPM

well i guess u could get the sickle flows, there relatively cheap compared to other fans, i forgot about OCing, a second fan would help noticeably more on load than idle

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LOL, 6000RPM on the stock fan? the stock fan only goes to 2000RPM

well i guess u could get the sickle flows, there relatively cheap compared to other fans, i forgot about OCing, a second fan would help noticeably more on load than idle
While gaming my temps go up becuase im at 4ghz and it usually is at 60c and up and my fan reaches 6000 rpm but it drops as the temp goes down. 3500rpm is the max i could put it to whenever im below 45c
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What are your temps now? Installed mine last week and made additional system changes:

-removed unused expansion slot covers
-added bottom case intake fan

noise levels are around the same and my temps shifted as such:

OLD (covers on, no fan): idle 36'C, Load 54'C

Current: idle 27'C, Load 47'C (average gaming is around mid 30's, unless my gpus kick up to 85'C)

This is all with just 1 fan, if your temps are bad I would look at changing things up internally in your case, but I dont think the extra fan will change much. Let us know what you end up doing and results!
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my temps are at like 43c idle and it can go to 80c at load but i stopped
i should be getting this fan today or tomorrow, i hope to see good results!
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While gaming my temps go up becuase im at 4ghz and it usually is at 60c and up and my fan reaches 6000 rpm but it drops as the temp goes down. 3500rpm is the max i could put it to whenever im below 45c
sorry i dont understand, are u using the stock fan that came with the cooler?, because the MAX speed of that fan is 2000rpm, NOT 6000rpm

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