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Venom? or do you mean Medusa? Att 48.1dBA is twice as loud as Silver Arrow. SB-E at 37.4dBA. It's as loud as Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme.. which cools better
V8 w/ stock fans is 12-14c hotter than original Silver Arrow.
the line from akasa for their midrange/high end line is venom,and i dont know where do you see 48dba

With a sound-o-meter DT-5582
http://pcfoster.pl/artykul/akasa-venom-medusa-%E2%80%93-test-coolera-cpu/1103-4.html
About the v8gts with
Stock fans
http://www.xtremehardware.com/cooling/air/cooler-master-v8-gts-la-novita-del-vapour-chamber-orizzontale-201311139247/?start=7
aftermarket fans
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/62061-cooler-master-v8-gts-cpu-cooler-review-6.html
Edited by PontiacGTX - 4/27/14 at 1:01pm
post #12 of 43
I like the way TheLab tests.
http://www.thelab.gr/heatsinks-coolers-watercooling-reviews/cpu-cooler-review-database-89014.html

Your first link shows Modusa 50.8dBA and 58c. At 35.5dBA it is 66.c
Edited by doyll - 4/27/14 at 1:23pm
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A good heatsink for noise performance ratio could be
Akasa venom medusa(performance as good as thermalright silver arrow sb-e)
Cooler master v8 gts(proper fans because this one has a biy weak fans)
Raijintek Nemesis(performs as a ph tc14pe)
Ma

As I mentioned before we don't have access to a large variety in terms of brands and models. I cannot order and purchase from online services and have to make do with whtatever dealers here provide at times with higher than MSRP and worldwide prices. Thank you for the input though smile.gif
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How is your cooling now? Any better?
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How is your cooling now? Any better?

As I said I just assembled the components, went into BIOS and monitored the temps for a few minutes, installed OS, closed it up, put the chassis in the box and took it home. It's been in the box since last week as I have been super busy with work stuff.

I will hopefully find some time to give it a whirl in the next few days and I will let you know how it goes first thing. Appreciate the follow up, cheers.
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How is your cooling now? Any better?

Hi there. I found some time and booted the system, it starts on 35-6 C in BIOS then goes up and stabalizes on 40-41 C at idle. I was wondering what is the best option to monitor it in the OS environment? The mobo software or 3rd party software? I know CPU thermal sensors are not optimized to measure/monitor idle temps so was wondering what is the most reliable option. As I said I don't intend any heavy OCing for now, then again the CPU might have to work at load doing some rendering or folding or stuff like that keeping in mind folding if done at full would push the CPU to its limits at full load.

I think I need to reapply the TIM and all that. Thanks to everyone in advance for your ideas and input.
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post #17 of 43
Those are not bad temps but startup bios being 35-36c and than creeping up to 40-41c has me thinking the case air / cooler intake air temp is increasing and thus increasing CPU temp. I'm thinking it may be a good idea the try improving case airflow and cooling. Second link in my sig explains it.

I use Open Hardware Monitor 0.6.0 Beta.
http://openhardwaremonitor.org/

What GPU are you using?
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Those are not bad temps but startup bios being 35-36c and than creeping up to 40-41c has me thinking the case air / cooler intake air temp is increasing and thus increasing CPU temp. I'm thinking it may be a good idea the try improving case airflow and cooling. Second link in my sig explains it.

I use Open Hardware Monitor 0.6.0 Beta.
http://openhardwaremonitor.org/

What GPU are you using?

Thanks for the prompt reply once again. The case is a CM HAF X with the default 4 fans, supposed to be high air flow and all that. Room temp is around 25-6 C these days. I haven't booted and tested the temps in OS with the software you provided yet. The link in your sig was helpful too. What thermal paste do you recomment to use if I want to reapply? Is it better to stick with a ThermalRight product, the cooler being theirs? or go with something else. We have access to limited brands and products here.

Also I'm trying to get some 99% Isopropyl Alcohol to clean the cooler and the IHS. I hear this is the best/safest material for the job, right? The cooler came with 2gr of Chill Factor in a palstic sachet or sth like that. Do you think I need to apply the same again? Any reason ThermalRight included this paste or just because it's cheaper in terms of performance and amount/size? Sorry for long posts I try to cram as much questions as possible in one smile.gif

Haven't purchased a new GPU yet still oscillating between my old Club3D 4850 OC w/copper sink and fan and a nVidia GT 210. I know they're both rubbish, it's just good for getting the display show the OS environment for the time being biggrin.gif
Edited by Satan-IR - 5/5/14 at 6:51am
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post #19 of 43
If reusing the same paste you can just wipe the CPU and cooler base clean, than apply a large grain of rice size dob on and reseat. This is called "timming".. same principle as tinning surfaces before soldering them together.

Chill Factor III is good paste. It's what I use. The top TIMs are within a few degrees of each other

All but five are between 35.3c & 37.2c.. the first one and the last four. Of course the reviewers cut off 31c of the graph and only show us the top 9c of it. biggrin.gif

Edited by doyll - 5/5/14 at 9:11am
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Thanks for the info, I think I can find/get Chill Factor III here.

Now on a relatively differnt note, would updating to a new version of BIOS ever lead to different readings in CPU temps in BIOS? I know CPUs have their own sensors and all but would that affect it in anyway, maybe show more "accurate" readings?
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