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I noticed a review using Thermalright TY-140s with that HS and they say they worked better then the Phanteks PH-F140TS (stock fans). Is that true? I didn't read all 11 pages so I'm not sure if that was discussed before.
Review

I couldn't tell you , I installed 2 Prolimatech Red Vortex 14 when I got mine for more CFM
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I got mine installed. It cleared onm y board fine. The fan clips came really close and are a fraction of a centimeter away from touching my video card, but I cleared it without having to move them barely. Idle temps dropped by about 6 degrees, and load temperatures during a quick intel burn didnt pass 70, which means gaming shouldnt drag it past 60. With my h70 my load went all the way up to 85 with 18 hours of prime and you will see my submission in the sandy stable club linked in my sig. so about 6 degree idle difference, and 15 degree load difference. Damn good.

pictures or it didn't happen Gratz on a mean cooler thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by EastCoast View Post

I noticed a review using Thermalright TY-140s with that HS and they say they worked better then the Phanteks PH-F140TS (stock fans). Is that true? I didn't read all 11 pages so I'm not sure if that was discussed before.
Review

I ran mine with 2x Phanteks fans and then with 2x TY-140. No difference in temps. The only advantage with TY-140s is that they are PWM
post #114 of 2766
The phanteks came with a pwm cable in the box. I have a picture, but I can get better ones. I will post when I get a chance to take them.

Also, it should be noted I had to bend the bracket a little bit to get the spring screws to lineup right. Apparently they measured the thing slightly long, but it was an easy fix.
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I ran mine with 2x Phanteks fans and then with 2x TY-140. No difference in temps. The only advantage with TY-140s is that they are PWM

No difference? That's different from the review, thanks.
post #116 of 2766
Now I'm totally puzzled,
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Phanteks with stock fans
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Phanteks with 2x TY-140
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post #118 of 2766
proud owner of Phanteks cooler.I've just finsihed a review with it.
Review CPU Coolers Battle - Venomous-X vs Phanteks vs Megahalems

Test conditions:

TDP-uri

Etapa 1 = 4.0 GHz @ 1.256V BIOS, 1.284V Multimetru, QPI @ 1.255V, Mem @ 1.65V
Etapa 2 = 4.0 GHz @ 1.406V BIOS, 1.442V Multimetru, QPI @ 1.255V, Mem @ 1.65V
Etapa 3 = 4.0 GHz @ 1.593V BIOS, 1.651V Multimetru, QPI @ 1.255v, Mem @ 1.65V - Extreme TDP
Turaţii:

1 x 1200 RPM
2 x 1200 RPM
1 x 2700 RPM
1 x 4400 RPM
2 x 4400 RPM

you will find more in the article,use google translate or just see the sliders,there are pretty suggestive,
post #119 of 2766
I have this cooler as well. Really love it!
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Updated ...thanks guys throw up a pic we want to see your stuff
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