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Thermalright Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme VS. HR-22

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I'm not doing fanless, so should I go for Silver Arrow on my OCed 4930K?
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The SB-E extreme has rather crazy fans on it, grab a SB-E SE or one of the other silver arrow editions and throw a third fan on it, much much quieter

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTXyVPLyxhY

Single one of these is significantly louder than three of the "regular" fans i'd imagine
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The SA SB-E Extreme makes the same noise as other Silver Arrow SB-Es' do at same RPM.. meaning no reason to not buy it. And if it's cheaper than the others even better deal. I have both SA SB-E Extreme and TC14PE. Both are very close to the same cooling and noise level. So close I can't tell which one is running by the sound/. I have switched them between my UD3R-920 and UD5-980 and get same temps at same fan speeds, same noise level, same same. That's with sets of TY-140, TY-143, TY-147, PH-F140TS and PH-F140HP fans. TY-140 & TY-147 sound identical, TY-143 is slightly different sounding.. as are F140TX & F140HP.. but very hard to tell which is which.
Edited by doyll - 11/4/13 at 2:11pm
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As long as you can control the fan speeds, which you should straight from either the BIOS or the motherboard software. Ideally also, you want two PWM fan connectors on the motherboard for dual tower coolers.

I'm not sure the HR-22 comes with a fan either.
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I heard that ty-143's were worse noise-wise at ~600-1500rpm, either way i'd throw a third fan on if you're concerned about a degree or two enough to take noise levels up above 2x1300rpm
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As long as you can control the fan speeds, which you should straight from either the BIOS or the motherboard software. Ideally also, you want two PWM fan connectors on the motherboard for dual tower coolers.

I'm not sure the HR-22 comes with a fan either.

I mean I can put up two fans on the two sides of HR-22.
but I'm not sure if it would be better than SA.

I'm putting up a new rig, which it would be the first time I might want to give up the close loop watercooling (H80i).
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HR-22 is meant for passive operation, which is why it is so deep (not conducive to push-pull on the towers)
Quote:
The HR-22 is Thermalright’s super flagship cooler and accumulation of over 10 years of thermal
innovation and technology. Design based on our new Directed Passive Airflow System, the HR-22 from
the ground up was designed for 0 CPU Fan passive cooling.

What is DPAS?
DPAS is a comprehensive system of optimizations that takes total advantage of the natural airflow
current within an enclosed PC-case. It is the accumulation of heatsink technology that works together to
orchestrate PC-case airflow for maximum passive CPU heat dissipation.
http://www.thermalright.com/html/products/cpu_cooler/hr22.html?panel=0
Edited by AlphaC - 11/4/13 at 8:56pm
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post #8 of 9
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so i guess in my case, i should go for SA.

still, for "passive operation", it still needs a case fan (or i should say airflow) to take away the heat right?

I wish there's some test on SA vs. HR22 with same fan setup.
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I will be very surprised if the HR-22 is better cooling than Silver Arrow SB-E. As Alpha said the HR-22 not designed for maximum cooling. It is designed for passive cooling and as such the fin size is such that in most cases the only place a fan will fit is on the front. Back of cooler to back of case only has room for one fan; case exhaust or cooler pull. But as cooler is designed for passive airflow / less restrictive one fan is all that's needed.

Front to back fin size = 120mm.
Base to back of fins = 121mm.
Base is offset 1mm in front of fins.
Base to back of fins = 68mm. Leaving about 30mm from fins to back of case.

Side to side fin size = 150mm.
Left side of fins to base = 40mm.
Right side of fins to base = 50mm. This offset of 10mm give more PCI-E / GPU clearance while right side of cooler is about even with top of motherboard.
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