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@FlailScHLAMP Beat me to it about HWinfo - tnx! thumb.gif

@Alastair - Have you seen these?

They seems to be pretty nice Rad fans! - thinking of picking some up to replace my stupidly loud SP120s

Bit Phoenix Pro PWM.. thank me later biggrin.gif

quieter and just as powerful (essentially)

full square surround unlike the funky shape that the sp120's are that allow for air flow issues
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Yes CPU set to Ultra-High is generally the best on ASUS boards as that keeps it closest to the voltage that you set. I also set my CPU-NB LLC to high as well.

You want NB/CPU LLC off of AUTO on ASUS boards this defaults to Extreme I believe.
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they look very good and are very pretty, only in my experience silent fans are not very good radiator fans because most of the time they have low static pressure.

I know its not all about static pressure but still.

I would love to see them outperforming my SP120L fans that come with my H100i but i don't think they will perform that good to be honest..
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Bit Phoenix Pro PWM.. thank me later biggrin.gif

quieter and just as powerful (essentially)

full square surround unlike the funky shape that the sp120's are that allow for air flow issues

Well I currently cannot stand the 'turbine' sound that my 2 x SP120 High Perf. Editions that are sat on my Aegir - and the performance drop with less than 20% drop in sound levels @ 7V just doesn't cut it for 'performance' fans in my eyes tongue.gif So I'm going to get a couple of these DS fans and see what they can do on my Aegir - My PC room has a constant ambient of 20-22°C so I can get a good comparison on this cooler in my environment. What is with Corsair giving the SP fan series the goofed up shrouds. It has quite an effect on radiator performance for the fan, no?
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Setting lower will cause Vdroop. With Ultra-High you will be closer to your set voltage even vs High. Even if it boosts a bit its only a tiny bit over and you can lower your voltage if you REALLY need to in order to compensate, but that is HIGHLY unlikely.

For me @ 4.8Ghz 1.5v set in BIOS
Ultra-High: 1.5v-1.51v underload (So 0.0 to +0.01 difference)
High: 1.48v-1.488v underload (So -0.2 to -0.12v difference)

Keep in mind he's dealing with a M5A97 EVO R2.0. Ultra high llc is normally the best bet on a asus board to keep voltage around what you set in bios but the first wall on his board with proper cooling is typically vrm temps. That's why I suspect High is a better bet in this specific case.
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The Bitfenix get rather mixed reviews from what I can tell. The fan guru's like Tator Tot tell me to stay away. I have always been humming and haaaing about buying 140mm Specter Pro 1800's. Where in comparison all of the DS fan reviews I have seen are all positive. However they still are not fast enough for me so I am waiting Jetflo 140's which I have been told are getting refined for better airflow and less noise for the consumer market before release vs. the OEM version on Nepton coolers.

I've got a pair of 140 Bit Phoenix Spectre's - or Pro not sure which is the pro with the Honey Comb pattern?
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Keep in mind he's dealing with a M5A97 EVO R2.0. Ultra high llc is normally the best bet on a asus board to keep voltage around what you set in bios but the first wall on his board with proper cooling is typically vrm temps. That's why I suspect High is a better bet in this specific case.

I'd agree I had a M5A97 Pro with a 1090T and that board didn't like Very-HIgh on CPU LLC smile.gif
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By lower I mean the high range. Just enough so you don't have vboost like stated before.
I don't trust SPD at all, it doesn't show up on ivy-e properly with tridents either. For whatever reason the AS9 xmp worked with the 2x4 2400/9 sticks but the rest were too high or too low. Presets that assume everything else is running at x. You don't however need anything close to 1.45 cpu/nb to run 2400mhz/2600NB with 2x8. Lately I've noticed different spd on identical kits ordered at different times as well.

You're right but with the 2002 bios I couldn't get the NB to run without that much voltage . I had been using 508b up untill my crash and believe me I've had this board all over the map. But witht that new bios something was just wonky with ram timings and NB. On 1304 ram is fine and NB volts at 1.23 for 2600. It's to me almost like the AUS bios engineers don't care about the AMD so much because there's no money. Anything after the first 6 Mo.s is crap in my opinion, there's no work done to it just "added stability" performance is lost and now these weird Ram issue just reinforce what I have believed all along.
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The board is still better than GA UD3s I should say..
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Overshoot is well worse than Vdroop IMO..
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The board is still better than GA UD3s I should say..
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Overshoot is well worse than Vdroop IMO..

^That and
It's not a bad board I still have a 1050t running on a rev1 at 3.4 with some 1600/6 pi sticks that been chugging away for years with np. I have a delta fan on the side above the socket though... Not the most elegant solution. I really like the as3 for the budget board but kyad disagrees usually.
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The Bitfenix get rather mixed reviews from what I can tell. The fan guru's like Tator Tot tell me to stay away. I have always been humming and haaaing about buying 140mm Specter Pro 1800's. Where in comparison all of the DS fan reviews I have seen are all positive. However they still are not fast enough for me so I am waiting Jetflo 140's which I have been told are getting refined for better airflow and less noise for the consumer market before release vs. the OEM version on Nepton coolers.

I've got a pair of 140 Bit Phoenix Spectre's - or Pro not sure which is the pro with the Honey Comb pattern?
Specter's have sickle shaped blades. I guess they tried to copy Gentle Typhoons but weren't too good at it. Pro's have straighter blades with ridges on them and the honeycomb pattern.
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I wound up going with bit phoenix spectre pro 200mms for the kandalf makeover for my roommate. They do a good job and are silent. Time to make megaman cringe at the phobya 200x400 hehe :


Double thick 120x360 hinged on door, my first double external rad build.
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The Bitfenix get rather mixed reviews from what I can tell. The fan guru's like Tator Tot tell me to stay away. I have always been humming and haaaing about buying 140mm Specter Pro 1800's. Where in comparison all of the DS fan reviews I have seen are all positive. However they still are not fast enough for me so I am waiting Jetflo 140's which I have been told are getting refined for better airflow and less noise for the consumer market before release vs. the OEM version on Nepton coolers.

I've had horrid experiences with the none pro bit phoenix.

These fans rock my socks something wicked.

my sp120Ls and my SP120HPs just don't compare overall.

the shroud is a little funky, ya it effects the performance but not a huge amount.

the bit phoenix pro PWM go up to 1850rpm iirc, 2.8/2.9mm static pressure (0.2 mm sp difference iirc)

with my BPP (bit phoenix pro) i've got them running off 12v on a fan contoller on the intake and 85% duty on the rad.

Significantly quieter then SP120's (stock ones that come with their coolers and the aftermarket higher performance ones)

mounts better IMHO, and performs identical.
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