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post #91 of 2766
wow they just got the new forum built?

http://www.phanteksusa.com/forum/forum.php
post #92 of 2766
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wow they just got the new forum built?
http://www.phanteksusa.com/forum/forum.php

Cool! Thanks
post #93 of 2766
Hey guys

I reseated my heatsink, used the Phanteks TIM to change things up a bit...I felt really good about the installation. Re-tested at 4.6 GHz and temps still seem high at about 67 C across all cores with prime95 and hyper-threading on. Corresponds to a delta temp of 43 C. I was thinking it was an airflow problem in the case but with the side panel off I see no temperature difference. Any ideas? Or am I just being way too picky as usual...?

I took a couple pictures with my crappy phone camera thumb.gif
I've got both drive bay fans turned to intake from the front.

450

700

I will say this case runs quite a bit hotter than the HAF-X which it replaced. Top video card peaks at about 6 C higher in benchmarks, even with the 2 sickleflows on the side. Though, I still like this case much more.
post #94 of 2766
well it's a bit higher than the average. But every chip is different, so the only thing you can do is comparing it to your old cooler....
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post #95 of 2766
I would be happy with that. That means it probably wont go above 60 when gaming. My crappy h70 is way worse.

I really hope this thing clears on my motherboard. This thing is looking like it will be great for my overclock.
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I.m planing to pick one up. I read somewhere that a best comination would be to pair Phanteks nad 2 Thermalright TY140 - 140 mm and then u get silence + top performance. It cross my mind to pair SilverStone 140mm Air Penetrator, what would be the ultimate combination(performance + silence)?
post #97 of 2766
I have a 120mm Air Penetrator in the middle of my Phanteks. Lowered temps by 2c compared with TY-140 and stock fans. Air Penetrators are great fans for heatsinks
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On what cpu and what voltage? Do you think that 140mm would be even better performance and what about the noise comparing to Thermalright TY140 which is pretty much silent?
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well, a lot of people who bought it said the fans made a pretty loud and annoying clicking noise. So the seem to be a bit hit or miss.
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You mean like when it changes speed (voltage) or all the time. If it's the first one it should be ok, cause it's not that often, right ?
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On what cpu and what voltage? Do you think that 140mm would be even better performance and what about the noise comparing to Thermalright TY140 which is pretty much silent?

I've had three of these fans. Two of them produced a constant chugging noise, and it wasn't just when regulating voltage. They aren't impressive fans IMO, Thermalright has them beat with their TY-140 which runs quieter and cools better, but they look darn good which is why I've kept two of them in my rig.
 
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post #100 of 2766
OK so I will definately go for Thermalright TY140. There are 2 different coolors, are there any difference?

1.
www.ebay.de/itm/140x160x26-5-Thermalright-TY140-1300U-m-21dB-A-Blau-/220897164199?pt=Modding&hash=item336e7f3ba7

2.
www.ebay.de/itm/Thermalright-TY-140-Gehauselufter-140-mm-200200114-/200725408844?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_77&hash=item2ebc2aac4c

And is there a difference if I put 3 Thermalright TY140, if yes what about the noise?
Edited by Ljanmi - 3/13/12 at 10:13am
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