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post #15351 of 20104
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awesome info...so what do you suggest for performance/quietness? honestly, i just dont want these stock fans anymore.

Are you using the stock fans with the Bitfenix controller also? Try controlling them off your motherboard's CPU fan header and something like Speedfan or your board's fan controller program if available. You also really won't benefit much from running the stock fans at more than 50% speed given the nature of the radiator used here.
   
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post #15352 of 20104
I was just wondering if you knew of anyone doing any kind of testing on the stock fans vs. aftermarket ones. I have an H320 and a 4790K @ 4.6 and 1.75 V and I have yet to break 60C during gaming and my fans rarely get above1750 and are plenty quiet for my liking. My fan profile is pretty flat and my ambient temp. is 20 C. Just wondering why so many guys are looking at changing the stock fans.
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So I recently Purchased the H240X I also purchased a 2x120MM rad thats 2 1/2 inches thick and a RES also thinking of getting another Cylinder RES and using that instead of the square one for aesthetics. now I havent purchased any tubing or anything but I did receive some fittings with the purchase now I wanted some advice from you guys who have experience with this loop. Main reason Im adding these things is because I wanted to add my gtx 780 to the loop. (still havent found a good block) also tied back with money a tad but I wanted some insight if you guys could point me in the right direction thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif thanks!!
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awesome..but from what i saw in the link you provided, correct me if i am wrong. Those say case fans. The EK vardars are radiator fans. So idk if those would be ideal for radiators. Im no expert but just pointing that out.
Gentle Typhoons are great for all purposes. No fan is exclusively a radiator fan/case fan. Vardars are good though. The main spec to look for in fans for a radiator or CPU cooler is static pressure. I would buy some Vardar F4's or F5's and adjust the RPM to your liking. Vardar F3's are basically the same as an 1850rpm Gentle typhoon for $2 less.
if you dont believe me ( which is fine, "trust but verify" - Ronald Regan )
feel free to ask in the GT club iirc it has been tested

http://www.overclock.net/t/807428/official-scythe-gentletyphoon-club/2600_100#post_23685239

one option is to get the high speed and PWM mod them ( solder a 4th wire on and install a new fan connector )
gives you ~ 1krpm -max

but dont listen to static pressure nor CFM

here is why
https://martinsliquidlab.wordpress.com/2013/02/18/why-static-pressure-max-flow-specs-are-poor-measures-of-fan-performance/
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No, because you should try to not undervolt PWM devices really. The EK fans actually have a worse performance/noise profile when undervolted compared to PWM control too.
awesome info...so what do you suggest for performance/quietness? honestly, i just dont want these stock fans anymore.
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For performance, Delta or some other high rpm fan comes to mind. Something at or above 100cfm.

>.> see above link

cfm is near useless on determining fans
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Yeah seriously if you guys have GTs already then don't bother replacing them for performance or noise with similar RPM models. Ditto with the EK Vardars. There's very little to distinguish between them as it is, and they are in the top performing fans of the many, many fans that are available.
   
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post #15356 of 20104
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if you dont believe me ( which is fine, "trust but verify" - Ronald Regan )
feel free to ask in the GT club iirc it has been tested

http://www.overclock.net/t/807428/official-scythe-gentletyphoon-club/2600_100#post_23685239

one option is to get the high speed and PWM mod them ( solder a 4th wire on and install a new fan connector )
gives you ~ 1krpm -max

but dont listen to static pressure nor CFM

here is why
https://martinsliquidlab.wordpress.com/2013/02/18/why-static-pressure-max-flow-specs-are-poor-measures-of-fan-performance/
Gentle typhoons
>.> see above link

cfm is near useless on determining fans
well damn, that was an interesting read and discovery my friend. WOW. so its just another markting strategy and myth that people keep using to measure fans huh?

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Yeah seriously if you guys have GTs already then don't bother replacing them for performance or noise with similar RPM models. Ditto with the EK Vardars. There's very little to distinguish between them as it is, and they are in the top performing fans of the many, many fans that are available.
From what i gather GT's, also these vardars which are similar to GT's in many ways are basically the top tier fans. these are the cream of the crop of fans,right?
post #15357 of 20104
Hi guys, I just built a new X99 pc, and Im looking to get the Swiftech H240-X, but I don't see anywhere that is selling them. I see some H220-X available.
So how is the H240-X compare to the H220-X? Like how much more performance would I get with the H240-X over the H220-X? thanks.

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Well, I have GT's 1850 & EK Vardars 1850 & Helix fans and from my personal experience GT's > EK > Helix (more silent than EK but worse performance)
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Hi guys, I just built a new X99 pc, and Im looking to get the Swiftech H240-X, but I don't see anywhere that is selling them. I see some H220-X available.
So how is the H240-X compare to the H220-X? Like how much more performance would I get with the H240-X over the H220-X? thanks.

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H240x will be about 2-3c cooler. It's a small improvement but worth it IMO.
 
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Originally Posted by jincuteguy View Post

Hi guys, I just built a new X99 pc, and Im looking to get the Swiftech H240-X, but I don't see anywhere that is selling them. I see some H220-X available.
So how is the H240-X compare to the H220-X? Like how much more performance would I get with the H240-X over the H220-X? thanks.

5820K @ 4.5ghz 1.265v
Asus X99 board
16gb DDR4
GTX 980
NZXT 810 Switch case

The H240-X is in stock on the Swiftech presently.
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