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Do you have a h55 ?
 
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Does that mean even undervolted the noise was too loud? tongue.gif

For me, yes.
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For me, yes.
I've been playing with one of the new Crorig CLCs. I guess it's okay, but I do find he pump noise annoying. And the fans above about half speed are crazy loud.
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Well the fans are not really a problem for me as i can control them with my mobo (even the 3 pins one i think)
 
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Well the fans are not really a problem for me as i can control them with my mobo (even the 3 pins one i think)
And your point?

If system gets hot the fans speed up. If fans speed up they make more noise. A good air cooler better than any of the CLCs at same noise levels, better than all but a very few CLCs .. and they still have pump noise even at idle.

Sorry, but trying to back CLCs here is not going to work. Many of us have been there and know the differences first hand. Not just with one air cooler and one CLC, but with several and testing them against each other.

And don't forget, this is the "Air Cooling" forum tongue.gif
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If system gets hot the fans speed up. If fans speed up they make more noise
Step 1 : noisy fans
Step 2 : reduce fan speed
step 3 : quieter fans

i doubt that any air cooler will get your GPU 15°C cooler with a lower noise at the end.

also: have you tested a h55 ?
 
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Step 1 : noisy fans
Step 2 : reduce fan speed
step 3 : quieter fans

i doubt that any air cooler will get your GPU 15°C cooler with a lower noise at the end.

also: have you tested a h55 ?

Yeah.....it doesn't work that way. The reason for the noisy fans is that the rad is terribly inefficient and requires a ton of air to work properly. So, your step 2 needs to be "Reduce fan speed, increase temps", and step 3 needs to be "Quieter fans, higher temps". And you still haven't addressed the VRM, which is likely your throttling issue in the first place and a known issue with the GTX 980 Ti.
The Gigabyte card you are using for reference has proper VRM and VRAM cooling - it has absolutely nothing to do with what you are looking at doing.

Yes, a CLC will provide good results on the GPU itself, but leaves the rest of your card in worse shape than when you started. The Arctic Hybrid iii addresses it, but I have no idea how well it works.

I have used the H55. What of it? Slap any Asetek made 120mm you like on it. It really makes very little difference in performance. The whole CLC on a GPU ghetto rig is simply a bad holistic idea.
Edited by ciarlatano - 2/4/16 at 4:48am
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Yeah.....it doesn't work that way. The reason for the noisy fans is that the rad is terribly inefficient and requires a ton of air to work properly. So, your step 2 needs to be "Reduce fan speed, increase temps", and step 3 needs to be "Quieter fans, higher temps".
I never said the temps wouldn't increase.
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And you still haven't addressed the VRM, which is likely your throttling issue in the first place and a known issue with the GTX 980 Ti.
Imma Stick some heatsinks and use the g10 fan to cool them.
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I have used the H55. What of it? Slap any Asetek made 120mm you like on it. It really makes very little difference in performance
What about the pump noise : each time i talk about an AIO CLC whatever in this thread i ask for the pump noise.I dont care about the performance as long as the thing is quiet, still it will be less cumbersome and hot than a heatsink the size of my HR-02
Edited by MadjinnSayan - 2/4/16 at 5:12am
 
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I never said the temps wouldn't increase.

Imma Stick some heatsinks and use the g10 fan to cool them.

What's an "Imma Stick"? I hope it works, because little stick on heatsinks with the G10 fan certainly won't - back to why the GTX 980 Ti is not on NZXT's compatibility list.
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What about the pump noise : each time i talk about an AIO CLC whatever in this thread i ask for the pump noise.I dont care about the performance as long as the thing is quiet, still it will be less cumbersome and hot than a heatsink the size of my HR-02

You aren't getting it. It doesn't matter. Every 120mm CLC that fits in the G10 uses the same Asetek pump. They all sound the same because they all are the same.

You have a couple of viable options but aren't using them. Best of luck to your VRM, keep a fire extinguisher in reach.
post #40 of 131
If you want quiet, do not consider CLC coolers. I say again, do not conside CLC coolers. Their pumps make noise. Expensive custom looks have pumps that can move many times as much coolant and mount on vibration dampeners. Even these expensive pumps often make a little noise.

I have use aftermarket air coolers on several GPUs to get near silent use. Alpenfohn Peter, Porlimatech MK-26, Arctic, and a few others make them. I prefer the bigger coolers with 120mm fans because they allow the easier use of quieter fans.

Even some of the big coolers that are stock on some GPUs work very well. My Asus GTX 580 Direct CUII is quiet. My only complaint is the built in PWM software limits the idle to about 1100rpm. I solved this with an inline resister on fan power lead. By lowering the voltage a little the idle speeds came down about 300rpm. The cooling capacity is big enough the fans never need to run full speed anyway .. assuming the cooler intake air temp is less than 5c above room ambient.

ciarlatano[/@<br /> As far as I know an 'Imma Stick' is used to guage water levels in ditches and ponds. Stick it into bank at water's level and watch to see if the water gets lower/away from stick or starts to rise around stick. Pretty sure they were first used by by same gentleman who first used round tu-its.<br /> <br /> I guess if they are stuck by a GPU the somehow show airflow or temperature. <img src="http://files.overclock.net/images/smilies/confused.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" />
Edited by doyll - 2/4/16 at 5:38am
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