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More numbers available ! I have to put the TY-143s back on the heatsink and make the final tests.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AkuJCk77Tc3TdExuTFFiVTFhSHlOd3JjTTBMeWpXY2c&usp=sharing

I am also surprised that there is only 1-3c difference with TY-143 fans. The new thermal seem to have decreased the temp a little. I am eager to see with the TY-143s. devilsmiley.gifgunner2.gif

edit : All cores have more or less the same difference.
Edited by Jamar2013 - 6/2/13 at 6:25pm
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post #32 of 58
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It is a pleasure to get back haha. I checked your rig. It is decent ! I know its sad when you hope you get something by the weekend, but it goes the next week haha. You got a nice cpu overclock ! I have yet to find my ideal spot. You temp seem to be higher than mine tho. I guess the case and fan settings is different ! On my side, i had a time that i was just.. taking money and time to optimise everything just for fun.. lol. Every fans are changed, i added candy stuff, etc. It is a kind of a hobby i guess !

I did some update today. I remove the thermalright ty-143s to reput my stock phantek ph-140s on the heatsink. I added some stuff on my google spreadsheet. You can go see if you want ! Now, i plan to do a Battlefied session to see the difference in temperature, then i am replacing my TIM and i will remake all tests !

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AkuJCk77Tc3TdExuTFFiVTFhSHlOd3JjTTBMeWpXY2c&usp=sharing

I agree my temps are terrible. It's starting to look like my CPU is a good candidate for delidding. Great voltage for a stable OC but terrible temps, then again the case, ambient (25c~) and 212+ aren't doing it very many favors. I'm hoping I can get the kind of temps you're getting at that kind of voltage. There's a thread where a guy compared the Phanteks to the 212+ and he got nearly 20c difference.

I'm probably going to get a bunch of these Fans on my new case. They move a ton of air. My top video card is cooking to the point where it seems water cooling might be the only solution though.
Edited by neofury - 6/3/13 at 6:02am
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post #33 of 58
The big twin towers are way better than 212 is.

As for case fans I would suggest using PWM fans and a PWM splitter with molex/sata PSU power. This way you can regulate case fan speed with motherboard PWM signal from CPU fan header or other if mobo has more.
post #34 of 58
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As doyll said, you should take pwm fans. Plus, i would add to beware of the rpm of the fans. When i tried my TY-143s at first, at full speed with Speedfan, i was surprised by the noise haha (jet incomming) ! At 1900+ rpm, your realllly hear the fans ! I can't imagine myself to have 4-5 TY-143 all around the case tongue.gif My case would be noisy ! Then i saw the fan you linked.

A fan that has 2500 rpm, let me say, you will hear it ! I would get 2500 (high) rpm fans only for the cpu heatsink, but i would try to look for lower rpm fans for your entire case. There are a lottttt of choose, and you are on the right section of the forum !


And for my topic, the final sheet will be release tonight after job. I placed my TY-143s back on the heatsink with the new TIM, i have to do the final tests. thumb.gif
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post #35 of 58
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And for my topic, the final sheet will be release tonight after job. I placed my TY-143s back on the heatsink with the new TIM, i have to do the final tests. thumb.gif

Thanks for all your work testing the TY-143s against stock fans. thumb.gif
post #36 of 58
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Thanks for all your work testing the TY-143s against stock fans. thumb.gif

+1, thanks from me as well. I'll be sure to post my results now that newegg claims it will only be 2 more business days before they process my stuff! The TY-143's are pretty loud but honestly I already have a fan running in the room and I'm sitting far enough away. As for the silverstones, I just wanted something to push a tremendous amount of air onto my video cards. The only other option really is liquid cooling frown.gif
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On my side, i use Speedfan to control my speed. It took me a while to learn it, but it totally worth it !

My Fancontroller in Speedfan has four groups (of fans) ; (Cpu (which is my two TY-143), Side/Rear, Front (my two Cougar intakes), Aux (bottom intake and Top Exhaust)). I have two custom curves for each group of fan, to manually put the RPM at y percentage, if the temp is at x celcius. One curve is for the CPU Temp, the other for the GPU Temp. Software is getting the Maximum speed from both curves.

Then, for exemple, if my GPu is getting hot (75+ c) in a game, i wont be maxing out my CPU Cooler fans for nothing ! I will only increase the rpm on three of my four groups (my front intakes, the side and rear fans and the Aux bottom/top fans). I will increase the gpu fan aswell, but not by speedfan.. i have a custom curve too, but in the nvidia PrecisionX software).

Sorry for the blah blah. I am still at the point that i think this is cool biggrin.gifredface.gif
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post #38 of 58
You can do that using PWM fans and PWM fan splitters for both CPU and GPU.

CPU with motherboard CPU fan PWM signal.
This only need a PWM splitter like Swiftec 8 fan or Gelid 4 fan.


GPU using GPU fan PWM signal.
This is a little more complicated because the the GPU PWM plug is a miniature 4pin plug. Nobody makes a GPU to normal PWM plug adapter that I know of. You need something like this.
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Great work!

I have to admit I'm surprised at only 1-2c better performance with TY-143 fans.

I assume all cores have the same difference?

After a certain point, your heatsink only extracts just a little more heat, despite how much air you blow through it. I found that to be true on the Megahalems (item 1 in sig) and the NH-D14 (item 4).

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