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Ok so here's some quick tests I did tonight to compare. I tried to get as close to what erik did as I could. I can do more testing later if you need. Both of these tests were done with the Akasa Apache fans and ambient temps of 26-27c*. Let me know if I need to do anything else. For IBT, auto used all 8 threads so that's why I didn't have it on 8 threads.
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It's difficult to compare cpu to cpu because the temp sensor on them could be calibrated differently. Thank you guys for the effort though.
To the megahalem troll: with the same 2 fans, the megahalem was within noise (1C) of the H50 when I tested it. You don't know what you are talking about. The H70 is 3-5C cooler (closer to a SA or NH-D14) and the antec 920 is 7-10c cooler again with the same fans. I just want to see how the H80 matches up...
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post #183 of 1192
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Originally Posted by Rafale77;14132194 
It's difficult to compare cpu to cpu because the temp sensor on them could be calibrated differently. Thank you guys for the effort though.
To the megahalem troll: with the same 2 fans, the megahalem was within noise (1C) of the H50 when I tested it. You don't know what you are talking about. The H70 is 3-5C cooler (closer to a SA or NH-D14) and the antec 920 is 7-10c cooler again with the same fans. I just want to see how the H80 matches up...

True, but assuming they are close, the h70 is looking better. We could both try for even higher clocks if needed.
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post #184 of 1192
For those wondering, the H80 fans spin up to 2600 RPM at max, push 92 CFM, and have 7.7mmH2O static pressure. The static pressure is the most important factor in radiator fans, CFM doesn't mean as much for the push fans, at least.

Also, I've never been able to get H70 to outperform H80 in the lab with the same fans. The H80 is a more efficient unit. Also, the MSRP is identical to H70, so once the availability works itself out, the prices will come down.
post #185 of 1192
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Originally Posted by Tom Thumb;14128893 
Well my Megahalems still performs better than this H80, and since the H100 will only beat the H80 by 2c, I guess I'll be keeping my Megahalems. But hey, thanks for all your hard work, you've save me some money. +rep to you!thumb.gif

yeah, i think the h80 has pulled itself closer to the top end aircoolers, but i guess it's still not quite enough to replace them in terms of performance...let's wait and see what 4 fans push/pull h100 can do thinking.gif
post #186 of 1192
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Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge;14132509 
For those wondering, the H80 fans spin up to 2600 RPM at max, push 92 CFM, and have 7.7mmH2O static pressure. The static pressure is the most important factor in radiator fans, CFM doesn't mean as much for the push fans, at least.

Also, I've never been able to get H70 to outperform H80 in the lab with the same fans. The H80 is a more efficient unit. Also, the MSRP is identical to H70, so once the availability works itself out, the prices will come down.

So the corsair fan would actually be better than using a 3k rpm scythe ap-29?

What's the cfm rating on the one that comes with the h60?
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post #187 of 1192
Quote:
Originally Posted by eternal7trance;14132642 
So the corsair fan would actually be better than using a 3k rpm scythe ap-29?

What's the cfm rating on the one that comes with the h60?


I've never tested an AP-29, so I don't know how accurate their measurements are. I think we bought one, so I can put it on the tester and find out, if need be.

H60 fan is significantly slower, only 1700 RPM, but has the same blade and housing design for high static pressure.

Fan Dimensions

120mm x 25mm

Fan Speed

Up to 1700 RPM

Fan Airflow

74.4 CFM

Fan dBA

30.2 dBA

Fan Static Pressure

3.2mm/H20
post #188 of 1192
7.7mmH2O static pressure for the stock fans on the H80/100 and i was planning on using 4x Ultra Kaze 3000 with 6.05mmH2O in a push/pull config. What is being said is that id be better off to stay with stock fans but only with a push setup? What about in a push/pull setup, will my ulta kaze be better. What if i was to use the fans off my H70, are those the same MMH2O as the ones sold with the H80/100s or do i have to order another set of two from corsair/dealer........so many questions lol
post #189 of 1192
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Originally Posted by eternal7trance;14132048 
Ok so here's some quick tests I did tonight to compare. I tried to get as close to what erik did as I could. I can do more testing later if you need. Both of these tests were done with the Akasa Apache fans and ambient temps of 26-27c*. Let me know if I need to do anything else. For IBT, auto used all 8 threads so that's why I didn't have it on 8 threads.

looks like your setup is about 3-4'c cooler than mine in both tests. i'm not sure if that's due to the fact that the h70 has a thicker rad or not, but CorsairGeorge did say that the h80 is more efficient, so i don't really know where why my h80 is lagging behind...frown.gif

i'm not sure what pll and qpi voltage you've used in your tests, especially qpi they affect temps quite a bit actually. but anyway, thanks for the tests you've done on your h70, good to have something to compare with +rep
post #190 of 1192
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Originally Posted by MexGT;14130736 
Interested in the results with the shrouds !

lol, will do that asap, i've already bought the fans to cut into shrouds, just need to find the time now...perhaps tonight rolleyes.gif
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