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post #781 of 2766
Very good fans.
post #782 of 2766
With Fanteks maximize overclocking to 4200 MHz while the Silver Arrow was only 4000 MHz. At 4200 MHz with the Silver Arrow as tested with LinX screen froze.
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post #783 of 2766
So:
Phanteks PH-TC14PE w/2x TY-141 is 4200GHz
Silver Arrow (original) 2/2x TY-141 is 4000GHz

I assume the Phanteks is cooling better? What are your temperatures?
post #784 of 2766
At 4 GHz and 1.296 volts under load temperatures are currently
72 70 68 71

At 4,2 GHz and 1.376 volts under load temperatures are currently
84 83 80 85
All this is at 16 degrees ambient temperature. May it's time to turn on the air conditioner.
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post #785 of 2766
Very nice overclock!.

Yes, it's too hot in there. Definitely turn on the AC biggrin.gif

How long does it take for temp to reach max temperature under full load? Reason I ask is maybe some of the cooler exhaust is mixing with case air and heating up case. Maybe not. Just a thought.smile.gif
post #786 of 2766
I tested with linX 10 loops. It needs a 4m30s to reach 85 degrees on fourth core.

The benefit of 4.2 GHz is only in synthetic tests for me.However, I feel satisfaction with my new cooler, because that CPU I've struggled a little more than three years to stabilize under the Links at 4.2 GHz and has unsuccessfully, while under Prime was stable for 24 hours.

The explanation is perhaps in the difference between the two surfaces of coolers. In Fanteks surface is flat, while in Silver Arrow is not ideal flat.
Edited by tonus - 2/12/13 at 10:46am
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post #787 of 2766
That's about what it should take. 3-6minutes to reach peak temp.

If you have a remote sensor thermometer.. One with a wired remote sensor... you could put that about 30-50mm in front of your cooler intake and find out what the air temp actually is going into cooler and how it compares to room temperature. smile.gif

I have two of these and use them all the time when setting up systems to get airflow the way I want it. wink.gif
post #788 of 2766
with ty140s smile.gif

post #789 of 2766
Nice!
How did you get the Phanteks clip pins to work? Mine seemed too short so I used zip-ties to make my own.

Do you notice any difference with the TY-140's from the stock PH-F140TS fans?
post #790 of 2766
Just got a new PH-TC14PE_BK with the new PH-F140 fans.
Here's front and back images of new PH-F140 and old PH-F140TS. The vibration dampeners are not on the old F140TS fan.


New one looks nicer and has bigger motor. Don't know how much performance difference will be. I have 3 fans but only 1 pwm adapter and 1 Y splitter frown.gif
Edited by doyll - 2/16/13 at 5:43am
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