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post #31 of 38
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Hello

I think I'll take the Aerocool Dead Silence for MORA3
I saw a french test where the Gentle Typhoon would not have a good static pressure below 1200rpm
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post #32 of 38
That's baloney. Gentle Typhoons have good static pressure at all fan speeds, and those Dead Silence fans will in no way be better.

That said, at 1,100 rpms or below there's very little difference between most any fan and how well they perform on a rad. It isn't until higher rpms that better fans like the Gentle Typhoons begin to differentiate themselves from the rest. Might as well go with ~$3 Yate Loons because at that speed it doesn't really matter. If you just prefer the way the Dead Silence fans look then that's a good enough reason to use them.
post #33 of 38
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The test indicate very good CFM but poor static pressure on rad....

I am interested by performance at ~ 800rpm
The fans will not be visible, so the design is not important and I do not find Gentle Typhoon (one is missing 3)
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post #34 of 38
I'm thinking about this stuff myself recently, and was wondering if anyone knows about how much exhaust is needed to keep internal temperatures cool depending on the number of radiators facing inwards.

I was originally planning on using all of my rads as exhaust, but it's been mentioned that this is a huge dust magnet and that it can only cost a couple of degrees to use all of my rads as intake.

My concern is that I could have say 10 intake fans on rads, but only one or two exhaust fans. I really want to keep noise down, so I don't want to run any of the fans at a high speed.

How do I make that work?
post #35 of 38
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Originally Posted by MGazonda View Post

I'm thinking about this stuff myself recently, and was wondering if anyone knows about how much exhaust is needed to keep internal temperatures cool depending on the number of radiators facing inwards.

I was originally planning on using all of my rads as exhaust, but it's been mentioned that this is a huge dust magnet and that it can only cost a couple of degrees to use all of my rads as intake.

My concern is that I could have say 10 intake fans on rads, but only one or two exhaust fans. I really want to keep noise down, so I don't want to run any of the fans at a high speed.

How do I make that work?

I'm running 10 Noctua NF-F12's as intake on my rads, 1 EK-Supremacy EVO RED Edition cooling the CPU (AMD FX-8350), 2x Aquacomputer Kryographics cooling 2x R9 290x's, and an EK-FB ASUS C5F-Z cooling the NB and mosfets...

And for exhaust on the rear panel, 1 Spectre Pro PWM

I'm not so concerned about case temps as I am about the temps of the critical components... evo.gif
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post #36 of 38
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Originally Posted by JourneymanMike View Post

I'm running 10 Noctua NF-F12's as intake on my rads, 1 EK-Supremacy EVO RED Edition cooling the CPU (AMD FX-8350), 2x Aquacomputer Kryographics cooling 2x R9 290x's, and an EK-FB ASUS C5F-Z cooling the NB and mosfets...

And for exhaust on the rear panel, 1 Spectre Pro PWM

I'm not so concerned about case temps as I am about the temps of the critical components... evo.gif

When I visualize it in my head, I think that all of the hot air is going inside the case, and that the only way for it to get out is through the exhaust fan. Which is why I'm concerned about it. After thinking about it some more, I'm thinking that the hot air is going to find anywhere it can to leave the case.

Thanks for the input, as this is a more ideal solution for me. biggrin.gif
post #37 of 38
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Hello

So I removed the Ek XTX 360 and HW Labs SR1 280 and replaced by a MORA 3 Pro 9x120 with 9 Gentle Typhoon AP13 at 700rpm (Push)
I won on the water temperature, the inside temperature of the case but not on the temperature of the cores (CPU)

My setup WC

Supremacy EVO (5930K)
Koolance GTX680 (GTX770)
Ek Waterblock PCH + MOS (Rampage 5 Extreme)
MORA 3
D5 pump (pos5)

I still have some air bubbles in the CPU waterblock is that it could come from there?
Is it better to be in Push / Pull with MORA 3?
A D5 pump is sufficient?

Thanks for your help
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post #38 of 38
As the MORA 3 is pretty restrictive, I believe you would lower some degrees by adding a second pump. I'm not saying that you need, but it's a possibility.
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