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I like annoying the cats. thumb.gif
Have you per chance compared any other Noctua fan to these 24v 140mm IPPC 3000, .. like 12v 140mm 1200-1500rpm models?

Edit: I ask because they may be an option for users liking A14 and A15 round fans but wanting a square one.

Oh! Thermalright now shows the TY-147Asq and TY-143sq on their website! And a TY-141sq too.
http://www.thermalright.com/products.html and click 140mm in fans.

Oh, so I don't need to answer that question now. biggrin.gif

But, if I did, from my preliminary tests, I'd say they're very close, not quite the same tonality and smoothness, but close. Thought I heard some artifacts under voltage control that I didn't with PWM - need to spend some more time with them before I put them in the closet. tongue.gif
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Speaking of the Silverstone FM181, they are now discontinued :'(

Apparently the AP182 suffices enough, and any stock in the retail chain is it.
post #1963 of 2778
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Speaking of the Silverstone FM181, they are now discontinued :'(

Apparently the AP182 suffices enough, and any stock in the retail chain is it.

Ah...so much for your fav 180mm and no MB control with the AP182. Ugh.
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Oh...white...don't look at these custom Darkside models then. biggrin.gif


My guess is that the 6800k from SL will run cooler than the 5960 despite the increase in thermal density. I would have expected with that much rad area your temps would be lower. I'm not going blame the corsair fans, but you can.

If you need to pure white fans, the EK F4ER has that option:


The Aerocools are optimized for low noise, more than static pressure on a rad. They're a decent fan, but offer less than half the performance of the 3k rpm Noc or EK F4ER 140mm which is cheaper than the Aerocool.

Ooooo...another rad. Why not a 180mm one? Alphacool XT45? The Silverstone FM181 is white, pushes a lot of air, thermalbench's fav 1800mm


Give us another day or so and pretty sure we can come up with more ways to spend lots of money you don't have. biggrin.gif




I'm sure you could, haha! cheers.gif

Too bad about that nice looking 180mm being discontinued. Would've looked quite nice frankly. However i can't fit a 180mm fan rad in my case though as i'm already near limit even in my Caselabs SMA8. The SMA8 has four places for Rad mounts, it can handle a 560mm in the bottom chambers front, a 480mm in the top, a 480mm in the front, and "theoretically" would be capable of fitting another 560mm in the back of the bottom chamber.

However, my EVGA Supernova G2 1000w PSU takes up most of the room in the back of the lower chamber so i can only fit a 240mm or MAYBE a 280mm back there. And i have a full XSPC-EX 480mm rad in the top already, i have a Black Ice GTX 360mm rad in the front (but can't fit anything larger there even though it "could" take a 480 as i need room for my Headphone AMP/DAC and Disk Drive in the 5.25" bay on the front), and i have an EK XTC 420mm rad in the front of the lower chamber (can fit up to a 560 max)

So basically the ONLY extra rad space i could fit in my PC would be selling the 420mm and getting a 560mm instead, and then getting a 240 or 280mm for the back assuming it will fit with my PSU installed.


That's why i'm thinking of maybe getting like one of the MO-RA3 1080mm external rads (which modmymods has available for ~$160 iirc). Basically my goal is to get as close as humanly possible to ambient temps without going UNDER ambient (so i don't have to deal with condensation. Not about to risk my new Rampage V Black Edition and 5960X/6800K to whether i kneaded the art eraser properly to insulate it lol) But i want to do so with the least noise possible.

So i guess what i really need are A) The BEST performing rad fans, THAT B) Aren't very loud
 
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Think you need to change up your priorities tho, 'cause hax0rs:
Researchers Make Malware That Steals Data by Spinning Your Computer's Fans

So not only is having a quiet system easier to live with, it's safer too. biggrin.gif

The good news is that GTs have the best performance to noise ratio. At least to my paranoid ears.
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post #1967 of 2778
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Think you need to change up your priorities tho, 'cause hax0rs:
Researchers Make Malware That Steals Data by Spinning Your Computer's Fans

So not only is having a quiet system easier to live with, it's safer too. biggrin.gif

The good news is that GTs have the best performance to noise ratio. At least to my paranoid ears.


Looks like i'll end up going with GT's then i guess. thumb.gif

If my noise/perf ratio is off i'll know to put up countermeasure for teh hax0rz gunner2.gif


EDIT: what the frick modmymods?!?! $26.99 PER FAN?!?!? The black editions are $19.99 but the regular white ones are $26.99??? Jeez.... might just get some Vardars instead, perhaps i can paint the blades on them or the black edition GT's white
Edited by DarkIdeals - 6/27/16 at 4:48pm
 
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post #1968 of 2778
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That's it, I'm going fanless.

Same here.

Shall be building one system that will only have one PWM fan because the idiot motherboard, needs one to start up with.

Of course the PSU is another possible fan install but at this moment in time some PSUs don't even make any noise if the fan is moving. Hence I shall be trying to make a fanless system but again it won't be, if it needs to start and work like normal.

Also let it be noted here NO overclocking shall be pursued so everything shall be a plain, normal system - yes I know, it'll be boring.
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Think you need to change up your priorities tho, 'cause hax0rs:
Researchers Make Malware That Steals Data by Spinning Your Computer's Fans

So not only is having a quiet system easier to live with, it's safer too. biggrin.gif

The good news is that GTs have the best performance to noise ratio. At least to my paranoid ears.
I tried to verify on Snopes, but my fans all ran full speed and system trashed!
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Originally Posted by MicroCat View Post

Think you need to change up your priorities tho, 'cause hax0rs:
Researchers Make Malware That Steals Data by Spinning Your Computer's Fans

So not only is having a quiet system easier to live with, it's safer too. biggrin.gif

The good news is that GTs have the best performance to noise ratio. At least to my paranoid ears.


Looks like i'll end up going with GT's then i guess. thumb.gif

If my noise/perf ratio is off i'll know to put up countermeasure for teh hax0rz gunner2.gif


EDIT: what the frick modmymods?!?! $26.99 PER FAN?!?!? The black editions are $19.99 but the regular white ones are $26.99??? Jeez.... might just get some Vardars instead, perhaps i can paint the blades on them or the black edition GT's white

The white ones cost more because ModMyMods has to take the black ones apart, paint the blades, then put them back together again. Since the factory warranty gets blown (pardon the pun, ModMyMods will replace the warranty themselves. $6 labor for paint and labor plus picking up the warranty seems pretty reasonable to me.
     
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