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post #41 of 45
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Yeah it's still high but can't do much bettter for now
post #42 of 45
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My 390x probably isn't helping either. I've seen a video where someone explained that his cpu got 3-5 degrees warmer after installing a 390x. Wouldn't surprise me if the stock cooler can't handle being next to a gfx card like that. It definitely won't handle when my room will get in the 30s this summer. I'm settled on a nh-d15.
post #43 of 45
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Originally Posted by shilka View Post

Noctua fans are the only fans i have ever owned that was not crap and the same thing with coolers.
I dont like the Noctua colors and the price but on the other hand i like crappy and loud fans and coolers even less.
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Noctua fans are the only fans i have ever owned that was not crap and the same thing with coolers.
I dont like the Noctua colors and the price but on the other hand i like crappy and loud fans and coolers even less.

Just wanted to let you know that I plan to go full-on Noctua. Bought two S12A fans but might've better went with a P12. S12A fans seeem to work best as exhaust only or on a test bench rack. I'd get the P fans but it seems it will soon be replaced by an A12 version and also an A 200mm version which would be perfect to replace my CM fans.
post #44 of 45
2x120mm is way better than 1x200mm for intake, this isn't about airflow only but 200m have lousy pressure. When I place my hand behind drive cages I hardly feel any air moving from my 200mm intake fan, and the components like GPU must get little to no of it. AFAIK Aerocool Force 200 is the only 200mm that pushes decent pressure, the other ones are like 0.3-0.5. so just pointless to have.
Take a look at noiseblocker eloop fans, especially NB-eLoop B12-PS, pushes a lot of air with good pressure and decent noise levels.
post #45 of 45
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Originally Posted by Klocek001 View Post

2x120mm is way better than 1x200mm for intake, this isn't about airflow only but 200m have lousy pressure. When I place my hand behind drive cages I hardly feel any air moving from my 200mm intake fan, and the components like GPU must get little to no of it. AFAIK Aerocool Force 200 is the only 200mm that pushes decent pressure, the other ones are like 0.3-0.5. so just pointless to have.
Take a look at noiseblocker eloop fans, especially NB-eLoop B12-PS, pushes a lot of air with good pressure and decent noise levels.

I don't really have a choice with my case tho, it's 200mm or nothing. Might as well wait for Noctua's 200mm.
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