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post #181 of 218
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No idea what you are smoking, but I want some.
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2x 2k rpm 120mm fan make no performance difference compare one 1300rpm 140mm fan.
And they have different fan curve if op set auto fan control.
post #182 of 218
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Originally Posted by jazh23 View Post

If not the fan, then It's bad luck and maybe I got a defective cooler, or my Hyper 212+ is outstanding, because I know that I installed it correctly, and not try again, because I have very little thermal compound, anyway, thank you very much for your help...
Have you tried using the fans you use on your 212 on the TRUE Spirit 140?
post #183 of 218
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Have you tried using the fans you use on your 212 on the TRUE Spirit 140?

Nop, I will try...

BTW, Tuniq TX-4 > Artic MX-4?
Edited by jazh23 - 2/3/16 at 4:05pm
post #184 of 218
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Nop, I will try...
It probably won't make any difference.
Also, the TRUE Spirit only needs a dob of TIM about the size of a cooked grain of rice. Even a dob the size of a pea usually raises temps a degree or two.
post #185 of 218
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

It probably won't make any difference.
Also, the TRUE Spirit only needs a dob of TIM about the size of a cooked grain of rice. Even a dob the size of a pea usually raises temps a degree or two.

Understood, I will consider it, but is tedious to change this cooler, because I have to uninstall everything, due to the small opening of the case. I hate this case for that reason...

post #186 of 218
With two 120mm fans (2000 rpm), it performs around 2~4 °C better than the Hyper 212+...

The clips fit perfectly, and it looks great, because the fans are all in black, but still I am disappointed, I expected a better performance...

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Edited by jazh23 - 2/3/16 at 8:50pm
post #187 of 218
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Originally Posted by jazh23 View Post

With two 120mm fans (2000 rpm), it performs around 2~4 °C better than the Hyper 212+...

The clips fit perfectly, and it looks great, because the fans are all in black, but still I am disappointed, I expected a better performance...

When you test it initially, are you running the fans at max rpm?

Since you are sitting at 60ish with linx, a few degree is actually alot imo. The difference get bigger when it got push harder.
Edited by baii - 2/3/16 at 11:07pm
post #188 of 218
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Good bit of improvement. thumb.gif

As baii asked, was TY-147A running at full speed? If it was and you could put a TY-143 on the TRUE an gain even better temps. But you will need to improve case airflow to match. Best way is with another TY-143 intake and/or exhaust.

What is your case? I'm sure you posted that, but I can't remember and don't have time to look it up. redface.gif
post #189 of 218
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Good bit of improvement. thumb.gif

As baii asked, was TY-147A running at full speed? If it was and you could put a TY-143 on the TRUE an gain even better temps. But you will need to improve case airflow to match. Best way is with another TY-143 intake and/or exhaust.

What is your case? I'm sure you posted that, but I can't remember and don't have time to look it up. redface.gif

Cooler Master Haf 932 Advanced. The TY-143 is a good fan, but I do not like its color scheme...
post #190 of 218
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Originally Posted by jazh23 View Post

Cooler Master Haf 932 Advanced. The TY-143 is a good fan, but I do not like its color scheme...
You will get no argument from me about the colors. The red frame isn't bad in some builds, but the orange doesn't match much of any build, and the red / orange combo is even worse.

I have been temped to paint a couple all black. biggrin.gif

I have to wonder if your case is better optimized with cooler air going to cooler with your Blade Master 120 fans than with TY-147A. The BD120 fans don't flow much more air (76.8cfm) than the TY-147A (74cfm). They have slightly higher pressure and stacked that increases, but TRUE Spirit 140 is not very restrictive .. meaning it's probably not the problem. This is why I'm guessing it's the air temp going into cooler we need to find out.
Edited by doyll - 2/5/16 at 6:21am
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