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So TY-141 was slightly better. 1c.

So fans with higher rpm like TY-143's 2500rpm you would get 5-7c cooler temps.. Similar to what tw33k got running UK3000 on TC14PE

Did you try the Slip Stream PWM Adjustable VR at higher rpm?
http://www.overclock.net/t/1260241/high-end-air-cooling-vs-closed-loop-water-cooling
Edited by doyll - 2/6/13 at 1:02pm
post #772 of 2766
Yes at 1700rpm is 4-5 degrees better.
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That means it is 3-4c better than H100 is... or about 1c warmer H100i is.. and both of them are running 2500rpm fans. biggrin.gif
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Add me in the club.





Here's my new Fanteks in action compared to my old SA. After a test with LINKS showed 2-3 degrees lower core temperatures.Initially showed 7-8 degrees higher core temperatures, but noticed that the midle fan does not work.The reason was fu****g splitter Akasa. After I fixed everything is fine.I'll need to buy a better, whose wires do not get away so easily from the headers. Unfortunately, this model is only sold in Bulgaria.
Edited by tonus - 2/10/13 at 5:04am
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Looks good! thumb.gif
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Next week i will buy third ty-141.
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If you can get TY-143's, two of them will do much better than three TY-141's
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Bulgarian importer does not import Thermalrright TY-143 and would be difficult and expensive to deliver them. I guess that they will sound even more terrifying than my two Scythe1700rpm fans.
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Bulgarian importer does not import Thermalrright TY-143 and would be difficult and expensive to deliver them. I guess that they will sound even more terrifying than my two Scythe1700rpm fans.
Only if you run them at high rpm. I'm rendering graphics with mine right now and can't hear it at 970rpm and it's an open bench setup at the moment. Well, I think I might just hear it.. no.. just heard HDD click... nope, can't hear any fan noise from any of the 5 fans; PSU, GPU, CPU or HDD (Enermax 120mm, Slip Steam 120mm Slim, 1x TY-140 or 2x TY-143) 2 meters away in silent room

Scythe has kaze Maru 2 Slip Stream 140 PWM Adjustable VR
Model Number: SM1425SL12HPVC-V
http://www.scythe-usa.com/product/acc/117/sm1425Sl12hpvcv_detail.html

Is this what you have?

If so it's it's a very good fan too.
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Scythe has kaze Maru 2 Slip Stream 140 PWM Adjustable VR
Model Number: SM1425SL12HPVC-V
http://www.scythe-usa.com/product/acc/117/sm1425Sl12hpvcv_detail.html

Is this what you have?

If so it's it's a very good fan too.
Yes.
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