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I have a 780 ti
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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.

alright, alright, what is the current cooler on your 580 ? what are the load core and vrm temps WHILE QUIET ? have you oced your 580, if yes what are the temps of the core and vrm WHILE QUIET?
Edited by MadjinnSayan - 2/4/16 at 6:01am
 
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post #42 of 131
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I have a 780 ti
alright, alright, what is the current cooler on your 580 ? what are the load core and vrm temps WHILE QUIET ? have you oced your 580, if yes what are the temps of the core and vrm WHILE QUIET?
Your attitude has got in the way of having a reasonable conversation with you.
Bye.
post #43 of 131
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wut ? the conversation was just getting interesting, i'm not really against getting an air cooler but i need tests, there are very few threads with vrm temps on the 780 ti (with g10 or aftermarket).
GPU-wise i wanna see numbers (hence the 580 questions), aio clc-wise i just can get away with empirical noise feedbacks(maybe all the pumps make some noise but i dont think they all do it the same way and the same intensity, for example silentpcreview says that the x41 pump is quiter than the x31's one)
Edited by MadjinnSayan - 2/4/16 at 6:28am
 
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post #44 of 131
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wut ? the conversation was just getting interesting, i'm not really against getting an air cooler but i need tests, there are very few threads with vrm temps on the 780 ti (with g10 or aftermarket).
GPU-wise i wanna see numbers (hence the 580 questions), aio clc-wise i just can get away with empirical noise feedbacks(maybe all the pumps make some noise but i dont think they all do it the same way and the same intensity, for example silentpcreview says that the x41 pump is quiter than the x31's one)

The X41 is sometimes quieter because it is variable speed. Totally a double edged sword - you have a pump that is noisy and doesn't move enough liquid to begin with. You address the noise by slowing it down, but then it doesn't move enough liquid to keep things cool so it speeds up.....and the change in speeds makes more noise than the pump at full speed - which happens to sound exactly the same as teh X31, since it is the same pump at the same speed at that point. tongue.gif
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which happens to sound exactly the same as teh X31, since it is the same pump at the same speed at that point
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x41
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x31
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Edited by MadjinnSayan - 2/4/16 at 7:12am
 
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Well, you obviously know more than me. I have only been personally hands on with all of them in a controlled environment testing them. It would obviously be foolish to assume a several dB difference in test samples, especially at a noise level that low, to be filed under a typical margin for error. I also was not aware that you had superhuman hearing that could hear the difference between 15 and 18 dB in an environment that will have over 30 dB of ambient noise such as the environment you will be using it in.

This thread is an exercise in futility and ridiculousness. I'm out.
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@ciarlatano W can pressent them with knowledge, but we cannot make them knowledgeable. tongue.gif.
post #48 of 131
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Well, you obviously know more than me. I have only been personally hands on with all of them in a controlled environment testing them
good, post the results please,that's maybe what i wanted creating this thread, so far i only got 'detailed' feedbacks about the x41 (x31 ?).
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I also was not aware that you had superhuman hearing that could hear the difference between 15 and 18 dB in an environment that will have over 30 dB of ambient noise such as the environment you will be using it in.
Does that mean the pumps are quiet enough at idle ?
Oh and 3db is, also according to spcr's values, enough to make me notice the hearable increase of noise my phanteks fan makes when going from 900 to 1000

I need to make my own opinion, i cannot do so if you don't provide any feedback about the tests you made.
Funny to see the contrast between the fast and detailed answer about the fans and the painful progress of the thread about aios
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Not sure there is a better flow/noise 140mm fan than the TY-147A made (I'm sure @doyll will be along soon with the charts). If there is, the XF140 and Vardars are not them. As for 200mm, sadly the stock Phanteks is actually one of the best ones made, it just isn't a size that has been seriously gone after by the top fan manufacturers, though there is a rumor that Noctua may release one.
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Ciarlatano pretty much covered it. As for posts, look in "Ways to better cooling' linked in my sig. The first post is index, just click on topic of interest to see it. There are several comparing TY-14x fans against others.

Edited by MadjinnSayan - 2/4/16 at 8:13am
 
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post #49 of 131
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Well, you obviously think you know more than me. I have only been personally hands on with all of them in a controlled environment testing them. It would obviously be foolish to assume a several dB difference in test samples, especially at a noise level that low, to be filed under a typical margin for error. I also was not aware that you had superhuman hearing that could hear the difference between 15 and 18 dB in an environment that will have over 30 dB of ambient noise such as the environment you will be using it in.

This thread is an exercise in futility and ridiculousness. I'm out.

I fixed it for you mate.
What took you so long to see the light? biggrin.gif
post #50 of 131
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@ciarlatano W can pressent them with knowledge, but we cannot make them knowledgeable. tongue.gif.


I already knew i could use an air heatsink or a custom loop on my gpu, i already knew aio coolers's pumps made some noise (that's why i created ths thread),i already knew the VRMs needed special care,i already knew air coolers were better trade off than aio (CPU-wise), all the knowledge that i want is one about a hierarchy between aio pump noise.
 
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