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post #11 of 71
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

You have 2, not 3 JetFlos listed in your initial post, so @doyll and I were both working under that presumption. That confused the situation a little.

BTW - your temps are fine....maybe. They will get better after you seal off the top flow path, though. I'm not quite sure what your expectation is for temps with that OC, nor am I sure what you consider "load". If your "load" is playing a game, then, yeah, your temps need some work. If your idea of "load" is actually putting a load on the CPU with Prime95, AIDA64, OCCT, etc, then they are fine. There is also the matter that if you need to have all of those fans at full tilt to get decent temps, well, that is a huge issue. Those aren't exactly what one would quiet fans.

ah apologies about the discrepancy there. it is in fact 3 not 2.

as for load if i run aida64 its 62-64C. when im gaming it reaches the low end which is 56C. i havent run prime95 since i read that its not safe for stress tests and may cause dmg.

for the gpu running both games and heaven benchmark both reach around the same highs.
post #12 of 71
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Both CFM and mmH2O specifications are from the land of trolls and goblins. Run! Run very fast!

Take a look at the topic in my thread liked below about P-Q curves

Try what we've suggested and see what you get.

Ciarlatano has the case and knows it better than I do. He is absolutely right - give that man a good star - about blocking any air leaks from above radiator and inside of case. You will be amazed how much a little leak of heated air back inside raises the air temps and resulting component temps.
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Me thinks for some companies you are correct. For all the others who have accurate CFM and mmH2O numbers, weellll... a few of us may on rare occasions use a fan setting on our desk or on a shelf to move air around a room. But I have never ever in my wildest dreams .. even with fairy dust in my brain .. head of anyone using a fan laying flat or set tight against a book so it can't even leak a little air out. tongue.gif And after is said and done, the mm H2O reading is when fan is totally blocked with absolutely no airflow at all. devil.gif

so just as an aside. if i were to replace my jetlos. which fans would you recommend? noise a is non-issue with me if it means cooler parts
post #13 of 71
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so just as an aside. if i were to replace my jetlos. which fans would you recommend? noise a is non-issue with me if it means cooler parts
You seem to have this 'cool' monkey on your back. And I don't use the word 'cool' in a good' way here. 'Cool' monkey is same as heroin monkey or crack monkey.

Your temps are fine. thumb.gif
Noise is not fine. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
Noise is nasty, dirty, loud and obnoxious. tongue.gif
Noise is the devils work!

I build and council for cool and quiet builds.

If your system was running hot I would suggest a couple of good fan that will idle down and be quiet but can move lots of air at the expense of lots of noise.

But if you have to have noise and airflow to match:

Thermalright TY-143


Grapevine crystal balsl say there are square models coming

or some of these 38mm thick
SilverStone SST FHP141



or get some of the 51mm thick 140x140mm
1in =25.4mm .. meaning 0.96" = 24.38mmH2O static pressure rating. 0.25" = 6.35mmH2O
Don't forget to look at and understand how much power is needed to run these moneys Only the lowest rated 12v model can be run on a motherboard fan header.

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Edited by doyll - 1/30/16 at 9:42am
post #14 of 71
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You seem to have this 'cool' monkey on your back. And I don't use the word 'cool' in a good' way here. 'Cool' monkey is same as heroin monkey or crack monkey.

Your temps are fine. thumb.gif
Noise is not fine. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
Noise is nasty, dirty, loud and obnoxious. tongue.gif
Noise is the devils work!

I build and council for cool and quiet builds.

If your system was running hot I would suggest a couple of good fan that will idle down and be quiet but can move lots of air at the expense of lots of noise.

But if you have to have noise and airflow to match, get some of the 51mm thick 140x140mm
SANYO DENKI - SANACE FANS 9LB1412S501


Manufacturer: SANYO DENKI - SANACE FANS
Order Code: 1707245
Manufacturer Part No 9LB1412S501

Technical Data Sheet (228.07KB) EN

Product Specifications, Documents & More

Bearing Type: Ball
External Depth: 51mm
Fan Frame Size: 140mm
Flow Rate - Imperial: 286.01cu.ft/min
Flow Rate - Metric: 8.1m³/min
Noise Rating: 57dBA
Power Connection Type: Wire Leaded
Product Range: San Ace 140L Series
SVHC: To Be Advised
Supply Voltage: 12VDC
biggrin.gif:D
lol dont think i can get those fans where i live. anything more consumer grade? haha

i think im going to swap my h110i gtx for a ekwb predator 360 though that would mean losing my rear fan which i guess should fine and it also bridges that gap at the top. also gives me the expand-ability to put my gpu underwater as well since only ekwb makes the backplates for the gigabyte 980tis
post #15 of 71
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Originally Posted by clarifiante View Post

lol dont think i can get those fans where i live. anything more consumer grade? haha

i think im going to swap my h110i gtx for a ekwb predator 360 though that would mean losing my rear fan which i guess should fine and it also bridges that gap at the top. also gives me the expand-ability to put my gpu underwater as well since only ekwb makes the backplates for the gigabyte 980tis
Wait! I added a couple other fans to the list for you! devil-smiley-019.gif

Ask ciarlatano about Swiftech and EKWB. I know very little about either one. But from what I have heard Swiftech has better customer support.
Edited by doyll - 1/30/16 at 9:47am
post #16 of 71
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Wait! I added a couple other fans to the list for you! devil-smiley-019.gif

Ask ciarlatano about Swiftech and EKWB. I know very little about either one. But from what I have heard Swiftech has better customer support.

Customer support aside, the Swiftech are simply better performers, and are actually quieter while achieving better temps. The H240X2 outperforms the Predator 360....and leaves room for your exhaust fan.....and has a far better pump than the Predator for when you expand. It also happens to be much better looking.
post #17 of 71
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

Customer support aside, the Swiftech are simply better performers, and are actually quieter while achieving better temps. The H240X2 outperforms the Predator 360....and leaves room for your exhaust fan.....and has a far better pump than the Predator for when you expand. It also happens to be much better looking.
New X2 is absolutely beautiful!

I wonder.. why do H240 X2 Prestige and H320 X2 Prestige perform the same while H240 X2 runs hotter than H240 X2? I quickly scanned the specs and fittings appear to be the only difference. Are Lok-Seal fitting that much better?
post #18 of 71
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

New X2 is absolutely beautiful!

I wonder.. why do H240 X2 Prestige and H320 X2 Prestige perform the same while H240 X2 runs hotter than H240 X2? I quickly scanned the specs and fittings appear to be the only difference. Are Lok-Seal fitting that much better?

Different fans. Prestige use eLoops, while the regular series use Helix. Fittings make no temp differences. There are also some really messed up tests of the X2 series out there right now that make no sense.
post #19 of 71
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

Different fans. Prestige use eLoops, while the regular series use Helix. Fittings make no temp differences. There are also some really messed up tests of the X2 series out there right now that make no sense.
I missed that. Thanks!

I've only looked at test results on Swiftech's site .. for the reason you are saying thumb.gif

Would sure be fun to test out one of these babes!
post #20 of 71
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

Customer support aside, the Swiftech are simply better performers, and are actually quieter while achieving better temps. The H240X2 outperforms the Predator 360....and leaves room for your exhaust fan.....and has a far better pump than the Predator for when you expand. It also happens to be much better looking.

hi was trying to google up any comparisons and couldnt find any. how do you come to this conclusion if i may ask?
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