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I did answer those questions that you asked me, see below
that was back on page 268
Wow! You answered my question a week before I asked it. With powers like that you should know the answer without even asking me a question.
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Wow! You answered my question a week before I asked it. With powers like that you should know the answer without even asking me a question.

No, i answered your question when you first replied, you never replied back
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Anyone who has this cooler would there be any benefit to adding a Phanteks PH-F120SP_RLED on the ram side as the stock 140mm makes it to tall for my case so I am currently just running the middle fan. If the temp difference would be very small I will just live with it
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Anyone who has this cooler would there be any benefit to adding a Phanteks PH-F120SP_RLED on the ram side as the stock 140mm makes it to tall for my case so I am currently just running the middle fan. If the temp difference would be very small I will just live with it

Marginal improvement - couple of degrees at load. Larger difference at idle more likely.

Do you have space to mount the 140 on the rear tower? That can be as good as front tower mounting with the benefit of improving exhaust flow - bernoulli effect. That's the method I've used where front tower mounting was constrained. Do you have space to mount an intake fan directly inline with the cooler? A clean intake flow combined with the rear tower mounted 140 can deliver lower temps or at least match conventional twin tower fan mounting.
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Marginal improvement - couple of degrees at load. Larger difference at idle more likely.

Do you have space to mount the 140 on the rear tower? That can be as good as front tower mounting with the benefit of improving exhaust flow - bernoulli effect. That's the method I've used where front tower mounting was constrained. Do you have space to mount an intake fan directly inline with the cooler? A clean intake flow combined with the rear tower mounted 140 can deliver lower temps or at least match conventional twin tower fan mounting.
hmm might buy a magnetic filter and turn my rear exhaust fan into an intake and mount the other 140mm on the rear part.the huge i.o armor on this Mobo may stop me from doing that.but It's doing pretty good with one fan ATM 7700k at 4.9ghz is idling around 29-31c depending on amibent temps.
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hmm might buy a magnetic filter and turn my rear exhaust fan into an intake and mount the other 140mm on the rear part.the huge i.o armor on this Mobo may stop me from doing that.but It's doing pretty good with one fan ATM 7700k at 4.9ghz is idling around 29-31c depending on amibent temps.

Uh-oh...didn't mean to incite you to become an airflow rebel - reversing the course of cooling tradition. biggrin.gif

What case and video card for this rig? What are the temps at load? Doing nothing at all can sometimes be better than doing too much.
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Uh-oh...didn't mean to incite you to become an airflow rebel - reversing the course of cooling tradition. biggrin.gif

What case and video card for this rig? What are the temps at load? Doing nothing at all can sometimes be better than doing too much.
my case is kinda weird it's an inwin 303 all intake comes from the bottom and three top exhaust fans spin slowly. Load temps are pretty low so may just leave it be as Intel burn test hit like 75c at maximum RAM usage. Running a evga 1080ti Fe I was able to get threw step up
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my case is kinda weird it's an inwins 303 all intake comes from the bottom and three top exhaust fans spin slowly. Load temps are pretty low so may just leave it be as Intel burn test hit like 75c at maximum RAM usage

Oh a bottom feeder case. LOL! Like my Silverstone FT05, but without the 90 degree MB realignment. Those temps aren't horrible for a 7700k at 4.9, unless it's delidded.

However for fun and science, could run some dryer ducting from one of the bottom intake fans upto the cooler and compare. Or get one of those glass cutters and... no...don't do that. Definitely wouldn't suggest turning the exhaust into intake with this case tho.
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Oh a bottom feeder case. LOL! Like my Silverstone FT05, but without the 90 degree MB realignment. Those temps aren't horrible for a 7700k at 4.9, unless it's delidded.

However for fun and science, could run some dryer ducting from one of the bottom intake fans upto the cooler and compare. Or get one of those glass cutters and... no...don't do that. Definitely wouldn't suggest turning the exhaust into intake with this case tho.
it is delided but the avx in Intel burn test makes it firey like no one's business. Normal use it barely even gets warm adia 64 CPU stress sees it hit 57c so normal 100% load it stays very quiet. Before the delid like many others were seeing the 7700k is quiet the firey beast
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Oh 75c in AVX2, but 57c in normal humane peak loads. That's great! No need to do anything more.

Although....a shiny aluminum foil dryer duct snaking its way from the bottom of the case up to the cooler could look pretty cool, in a nerdy ghetto way. biggrin.gif
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