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Well, well, well.
So it yield better performances then Noctua NH-D14.
Corsair H80 or Noctua? Corsair ofc, small, you can replace RAM whenever you want, any RAM can fit, go go Corsair.
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Can someone test the H80 against the Antec Kuhler 920? smile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif
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I was looking at the specs of the corsair fans and had a random thought, the corsairs make 7.7mm/H20 of static pressure at 2500rpm, but what do they make at 1850? how do they match up against the AP-15's when both are running at the same speed?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ChocoboLIVE;14186833 
1 Gentle typhoons has almost same noise as the h60 come in. But they are not annoying as typical yours washmachine type.
2. Nope, just watch the temps and you shall be fine. The pc will also auto-shutdown when the temps hit to high.

Thanks for the (extremely quick) reply!

Here's an even dumber question: does it matter that the silverstone fan is 3-pin and the corsair one is 4? Is the whole h60 apparatus gonna come crashing down without some 4-pin (pwm?) fan in place?
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by absurdio;14192589 
Is the whole h60 apparatus gonna come crashing down without some 4-pin (pwm?) fan in place?

No.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Shame486;14191988 
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Well, well, well.
So it yield better performances then Noctua NH-D14.
Corsair H80 or Noctua? Corsair ofc, small, you can replace RAM whenever you want, any RAM can fit, go go Corsair.

LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GO GO Corsair haha
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I don't have any pictures, since I honestly forgot to screen them up with my H70 vs H80, but it's about a 3-4C drop, just as CorsairGeorge said smile.gif [not to mention my internet access dropped so this is typed up on my iPhone.. with Swype, the coolest JB tweak ever biggrin.gif]

My ambient was / is 25.5555C, or 78F. Yeah it's Florida and my window gets plenty of sunlight, so my room stays somewhat warm, sue me.

I checked both Idle temps and Load temps, 1.07V, 3.6GHz, again not a huge OC but meh, anything more doesn't get any real gain in usage for me. Again, sue me.

Load testing was with LinX.

H70
Idle: 43.3, 42.6, 43, 42.6
Load: 54.6, 54.3, 54.6, 55

H80
Idle: 41, 41.3, 40.6, 41.6
Load: 49.3, 51.6, 50.3, 51.6

I used HWMonitor for checking temps.

Both my Noiseblocker M12-S2's at 1030 - 1060RPMs peform just as well as the stock Corsair H80 fans at 1050 - 1070RPMs. I mean like, dead effing same. Literally no change in temps between testing on both the H70 and H80. Both tests involved the fans pushing air through the rad and out of the case [exhaust]. The FT01 is a positive pressure based case and pulls cool air from directly above the case and shoots it right into the H70 / H80 intake fan. I've tested it before with my H70 and it was a 1-2C drop across the board setting it this was compared to an intake system as the directions say. To each their own I suppose.

The H80 rad is slightly thinner than the H70, lighter too. Painted a glossy black which I honestly don't care for, I preferred the H70's matte finish but meh. The H80's CPU block is thicker than the H70's block, and the H80 pump chugs along at 2040 - 2090RPM [says both BIOS and HWMonitor], while the H70 pump chugged along at 1390 - 1410RPM. Furthermore the H80's rad is not as dense and the H70's rad, not by much but it allows for easier airflow, or so I'd assume.

I'm sure the performance gap probably increases as fan speed rises, however, I refuse to let my ears get raped like that. Anything past 1100RPM is audible to me at a 3 - 4 foot range, least the air woosh noise is, and that bugs me. Sorry for you higher end users with high speed fans.. this test wasn't for you frown.gif

Lastly, fans were connected to my motherboard CPU header and tweaked speed-wise via BIOS, since 1300RPM was noticeable on the H80 fans, not the bearings, just the wooshyness of airflow. At ~1000 they're inaudible. Another thing about the H80's fans, their hub is large, much more so than the Noiseblocker M12-S2's I used... would reasonably perform better of I used shrouds as well since there would be less of a dead zone, which would push the stock Corsair H80 fans ahead.

Ok well, seriously, lastly.
As for the thermal paste. It's secret stuff, obviously, that's what what been told, and for some.. well I'll be murdered for swapping paste, but for the review.. test.. whatever you want to call it, I did here, I used Gelid Extreme which on my initial run performed exactly the same as the stock H80 paste. It definitely isn't the same, the stock "stuff" is quite soft and easily moved, the Gelid is just like OCZ Freeze as far as composition. Each run used a dot method application... I refuse to use that spreader the Gelid Extreme came with.

tl;dr The H80 effectively shaved off 2-4C compared to the H70. I've also determined the H80 fans have partnered with the witches as somehow they match my Noiseblocker M12-S2's in silence and temps at the same RPM level. biggrin.gif

Munky likes his new H80 ^^

Small.. crappy iPhone shot with HDR Fusion... seems it came out great though? :\ Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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EDIT: Next morning, well, the stock H80 fans make a whirring noise at low speeds.. this is exactly why I got my Noiseblockers in the first place. Seems since I did this review later in the day instead of super early in the morning I never picked up on the whirring.

I'm back to my M12-S2's.

EDIT2: Noiseblocker's bearings are shot, so I can't do any comparisons anymore with them... Q_Q
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What should perform better, the H70 with AP-15's or the H80 with the stock fans? Reason I ask this seemingly silly question is because the H70 has a bigger rad, hence better cooling?
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MrCynical;14193106 
What should perform better, the H70 with AP-15's or the H80 with the stock fans? Reason I ask this seemingly silly question is because the H70 has a bigger rad, hence better cooling?

The H80 with stock fans. The stock fans are way better than the AP-15s in terms of cooling.
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Really curious to see how AP-29's perform. Would they be louder than the stockers? Or better yet, does anyone actually know of a fan that beats 7.7 mm/h20 that spins between 2000-3000rpms, and is quieter?
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