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post #11 of 16
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Originally Posted by bluedevil View Post

Found a review on it with a 3770k on it. It didn't fair too well. thinking.gif (looks at the H55 and wonders what the 120 XL will do)
http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/01/15/thermalright_axp100_cpu_air_cooler_review/3#.UVIHJxykrrA
These results were done in a Corsair Carbide case with a Corsair Vengeance RAM (tall ram) and integrated GPU.

Ambient temp was 25c.. pretty warm and means the

Stock 34-36c = 9-11c delta

Load 57-61c = 32-36c delta

Overclocked idle temp was 38-39c.13-14c delta. Ambient and my guess is intake fan air temp was at least 5c higher so 8-10c delta idle temp.

Load temps after 25minute load run was 78-83c so 53-58c delta. Case would definitely be warmer than ambient... probably at least 8c so 45-53c delta load temp on a i7 3770k running 4.55GHz @ 1.25v

At a guess I would say you could expect 40-48c delta temps with TY-100 fan pulling air out of cooler and PSU sucking it out of case. That's 70c total temp in a 22c room.

Keep in mind the H55 didn't have to worry about the any recirculating air heating up the cooler intake air. wink.gif

And the only moving part to fail after years of use is the fan. No pump, now water.
Edited by doyll - 3/26/13 at 2:31pm
post #12 of 16
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

These results were done in a Corsair Carbide case with a Corsair Vengeance RAM (tall ram) and integrated GPU.

Ambient temp was 25c.. pretty warm and means the

Stock 34-36c = 9-11c delta

Load 57-61c = 32-36c delta

Overclocked idle temp was 38-39c.13-14c delta. Ambient and my guess is intake fan air temp was at least 5c higher so 8-10c delta idle temp.

Load temps after 25minute load run was 78-83c so 53-58c delta. Case would definitely be warmer than ambient... probably at least 8c so 45-53c delta load temp on a i7 3770k running 4.55GHz @ 1.25v

At a guess I would say you could expect 40-48c delta temps with TY-100 fan pulling air out of cooler and PSU sucking it out of case. That's 70c total temp in a 22c room.

Keep in mind the H55 didn't have to worry about the any recirculating air heating up the cooler intake air. wink.gif

And the only moving part to fail after years of use is the fan. No pump, now water.

Point taken. biggrin.gifthumb.gif

Gonna go look at Nan's on Reseller Ratings. Either that or FrozenCPU.com biggrin.gif
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post #13 of 16
Please let me know what you do and how it turns out. thumb.gif
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Still trying to decide if getting anything is worthwhile with a i5 3470 @ 4Ghz. Temps really don't get out of control while gaming, and that's the hardest I will ever push it. thinking.gif
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post #15 of 16
If you don't need it don't buy it.

AXP-100 is 61c to stock cooler's 77c. To me that's a big difference. Granted it's not as cool as HE01 or True Spirit 120M are at 51-52c.

Your 3470 is safe to 67.4c so you can run 24/7 at 60-65c no problem. thumb.gif
post #16 of 16
If you're still looking for solutions, to be honest, in the low profile that you have available, good air coolers are in the $50-60 range, and you can get a decent AiO liquid cooling setup for about that. I'm not sure if you have to sacrifice the drive cage to do so, but that's probably what I'd do.
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