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post #41 of 72
i know, i'm just explaining. smile.gif
as a reviewer you need to concentrate on one platform if you want a lot of comparable results and charts.
And i'm sure if Thermalright would've send them a 3960x they additionally would have tested the SA SBE on it, too wink.gif

I'm using a 965Extreme for my tests and i cant switch platforms every other test either, for a few different reasons... ^^




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yeah dont get me wrong, i know what you mean but why do they even test it then
its not representative at all

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Because, just like the K2/Assassin, most people will use it on a regular Sandy Bridge CPU anyway?
It's not like there is a huge market for LGA2011 based CPUs...
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Originally Posted by Elohim View Post

Because, just like the K2/Assassin, most people will use it on a regular Sandy Bridge CPU anyway?
It's not like there is a huge market for LGA2011 based CPUs...

It just means they are expecting different things from it and want to jump on the market for it now.
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My Review of the Silver Arrow SB-E:

http://www.pc-max.de/artikel/kuehlung/test-thermalright-silver-arrow-sb-e-cpu-kuehler

Results with Stock Fans:
http://www.pc-max.de/artikel/kuehlung/test-thermalright-silver-arrow-sb-e-cpu-kuehler/10480
Results with 2x Noctua NF-P14 @12V:(green bars)
http://www.pc-max.de/artikel/kuehlung/test-thermalright-silver-arrow-sb-e-cpu-kuehler/10482#g11197-12V
Results with 2x Noctua NF-P14 @500rpm: (green bars)
http://www.pc-max.de/artikel/kuehlung/test-thermalright-silver-arrow-sb-e-cpu-kuehler/10482#g11200-Performance
Results with 2x Noctua NF-P14 @12V with OC: (green bars)


To sum it up for you guys:

Results with Stock Fans @12V:
  1. SA: 32,7
  2. D14: 33,2
  3. SA SBE: 33,4
  4. Archon: :34,8


Results with 2x Noctua NF-P14 @12V:
  1. D14: 32,7
  2. SA: 32,9
  3. SA SBE: 33,5
  4. Archon: :34,6

Results with 2x Noctua NF-P14 @500rpm:
  1. SA SBE: 39,1
  2. D14: 40,5
  3. Archon: :41,8
  4. SA: 42,2

Results with 2x Noctua NF-P14 @12V with OC:
  1. SA: 52,8
  2. D14: 52,8
  3. SA SBE: 53,9
  4. Archon: :55,2

Bottom Line: The SA SB-E is slightly behind the D14 and the SA, maximum 1°C. But it's like 3°C better at low fan speeds.
I personally prefer the new TY-141/150 fans.
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Old vs. New

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post #47 of 72
Wouldn't the SB-E be at a slight disadvantage when testing on the 1366 platform? Ie. the whole base not making contact with the CPU?

The low voltage results are very interesting, thanks. thumb.gif
post #48 of 72
There will be probably a slight difference. BUT, there are Heatsinks with even bigger baseplates, they just dont put the SBE stamp on it. so i dont think it's "unfair". it's just one of those things you have to keep in mind.
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post #49 of 72
oh come one, you know that it beats the previous version by at least 5°C when it runs on a 2011 socket cpu.
the SB-E version is def worth but only needed if you plan to upgrade your system or already own it
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We want to lay the foundations with a twin tower special in which the strongest to date in the shape of the Phanteks PH TC14PE , the Alpenföhn K2 , the Zero Infinity FreeFlow + and the Noctua NH-D14 have to prove again. In addition, we supplement the test field by two newcomers, who had been hitherto beyond our computer base assessment: the brand new Thermalright Silver Arrow SB-E and the already somewhat longer erhätlichen Scythe Mine 2 as an inexpensive alternative.

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