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post #21 of 30
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It`s in my guide in my signature

ahh, i think ill go with the akasa Piranha fans, at least on paper they seem like the best, and they are not too expensive either. Thanks for the list, i should take a look at that guide. Do you have personal or indirect experience with everything on it?
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Delidding would drop 30c with coollaboratory liquid ultra on the die

I had a very similar setup and I could run my 4770k at 1.175 v 44/43 and the temps never hit 75C but I do have a H100 in a PP setup and I am delidded.

I recently switched back to my ASrock Extreme6 MB though and found it runs my mem a good bit faster than my Hero does for some reason .... even with all the settings the same .... even my Fire Strike scores are higher when running apples to apples. My CPU runs the same on this board as it did on the Hero .... I can clock it to 4.8 stable enough to game and do everything I do and no temp issues but when stress testing it will occasionally lock ..... if I open a window (it's cold here in N. HeIllinois) I can bench test at 5.0 for kicks.

I have a Siedon 240M cooling my R9 290 via the "Red Mod" found here in the forums. I do have a Corsair 750D case with 2x 140mm - 2x 120mm intakes and 3x 140mm exhaust setup so my case stays pretty consistently cool since I have bottom (240) and (280) rads both in a PP configuration.

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post #23 of 30
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Noise/performance or price/performance?


And btw where are you from?

Where am i from? why?
post #24 of 30
glad reapplying helped smile.gif
post #25 of 30
You voltage is different to the op`s voltage.^ssiperko
post #26 of 30
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ahh, i think ill go with the akasa Piranha fans, at least on paper they seem like the best, and they are not too expensive either. Thanks for the list, i should take a look at that guide. Do you have personal or indirect experience with everything on it?
In fact I only read reviews and the higher static pressure the better for your cooler master clc
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Where am i from? why?
o just wanted to check availability
post #27 of 30
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glad reapplying helped smile.gif

ahh well i
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In fact I only read reviews and the higher static pressure the better for your cooler master clc
o just wanted to check availability

Ahh well i can do that, just needed the best products smile.gif Thank you so much for the help, once i get the money for everything ill post my results. It might be a month or two but ill post it and you can be satisfied that you successfully helped someone else, both of you. This accomplished as much as a month of research by myself
post #28 of 30
Before buying check review of each fans that could fullfil your noise level
Edited by PontiacGTX - 3/9/14 at 4:04pm
post #29 of 30
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I have one other question, the akasa piranha fan specs say that it has more static pressure than the scythe gentle typhoon, should i trust the specs? Because it has more airflow for the same noise level, according to the advertised specs. It also costs $5 less. On paper it looks like a better fan but there are no real world tests i could find, should i stick with the scythe fans because they are a popular trusted brand? or should i go with the specs and trust the akasa fans for radiator fans.
post #30 of 30
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You voltage is different to the op`s voltage.^ssiperko

Yeap ..... each chip is different of course.

I have another that runs very close to the OP'rs voltage wise but is stable.

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