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post #1 of 19
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Hi guys, I want to buy a 200mm fan to put on the side of my Thermaltake Chaser MK-I and better cool my 980 Ti G1. Of which I have seen, I liked the Cooler Master MegaFlow and BitFenix Spectre Pro. How good are they? there are other options? I can not decide and i want to buy today!!!
post #2 of 19
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Originally Posted by Kalithres View Post

Hi guys, I want to buy a 200mm fan to put on the side of my Thermaltake Chaser MK-I and better cool my 980 Ti G1. Of which I have seen, I liked the Cooler Master MegaFlow and BitFenix Spectre Pro. How good are they? there are other options? I can not decide and i want to buy today!!!

What is your setup now? What case fans doing what? What components? What CPU cooler?

I suggest opening "Ways to Better Cooling" link in my sig and looking at 5th post to get a basic idea of how case airflow and cooling works. I'm assuming you do not know these things, so sorry if I'm wrong.
post #3 of 19
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

What is your setup now? What case fans doing what? What components? What CPU cooler?

I suggest opening "Ways to Better Cooling" link in my sig and looking at 5th post to get a basic idea of how case airflow and cooling works. I'm assuming you do not know these things, so sorry if I'm wrong.

Yes, i dont know haha.

Well, my setup is
I7-6700K
Gigabyte Ga-Z170X Gaming 7
2X8GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000Mhz
Cryorig R1 Ultimate
Gigabyte 980 Ti G1
Corsair RM750i
Seagate Desktop HDD 2TB
Samsung 850 EVO 250gb

And the thermaltake Chaser MK-I Case has a top exhaust fan of 200mm Thermaltake Pure 20, In front of the case another one but intake. and rear i have a 140mm exhaust fan too.

The top and the front fans has dust filters
Edited by Kalithres - 6/11/16 at 3:47am
post #4 of 19
Okay, what happens if you remove the dust filters? There is no logical reason to have a filter on an exhaust. doh.gif Why do you want to filter the air coming out of case. poke.giftongue.gif

What are your CPU and GPU idle and load temps now?
post #5 of 19
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Okay, what happens if you remove the dust filters? There is no logical reason to have a filter on an exhaust. doh.gif Why do you want to filter the air coming out of case. poke.giftongue.gif

What are your CPU and GPU idle and load temps now?

Idle right now, this https://gyazo.com/4f9b10e7afa7aa285518de306c607c74

and when i play Overwatch, Max Settings 1080p 70 fps -- > https://gyazo.com/a6fc6807136039efb83b4e6c35d0767d with the GPU fans working at 65%

Im from Madrid and right now its 30ºC
Edited by Kalithres - 6/11/16 at 4:04am
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Originally Posted by Kalithres View Post

Idle right now, this https://gyazo.com/4f9b10e7afa7aa285518de306c607c74

and when i play Overwatch, Max Settings 1080p 70 fps -- > https://gyazo.com/a6fc6807136039efb83b4e6c35d0767d with the GPU fans working at 65%

Im from Madrid and right now its 30ºC
Those are not bad temps, but I do wonder about your idle temps when you say it's 30c. Is 30c in your computer room?
post #7 of 19
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Those are not bad temps, but I do wonder about your idle temps when you say it's 30c. Is 30c in your computer room?

Yes, 30c in my computer room

But 3 days ago, in my computer room was 36ºC and the load temps of my GPu was 80-82ºC with teh fans at 65% too, i think is too much but if i put the GPU fans at 100%, the temps is about 68ºC. Dont you think I need another fan intake on the side of the case and dont have to put the gpu fans to 100%?
Edited by Kalithres - 6/11/16 at 7:51am
post #8 of 19
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Those are not bad temps, but I do wonder about your idle temps when you say it's 30c. Is 30c in your computer room?
Then we can assume your idle temps are at least 4-6c warmer than reported .. as in 33-35 in a 30c room. tongue.gif It is not uncommon for idle temps to be report significantly lower than temp really is, but they are usually very close to accurate above 55-60c.

Do you have a 120mm fan you could try as a bottom intake?

The reason I asked what happens when you remove the filters (especially front one) is if temps run lower when gaming it is an indication fans are flowing more air without filters, so more airflow (more or better fans) will help. If temps are not any better it indicates the fans are moving a good flow of air with or without filters.
post #9 of 19
How about a 240mm fan? You know a 2x2 grid of 120mm fans biggrin.gif
Ambient 30C or higher? Get an AC.
post #10 of 19
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How about a 240mm fan? You know a 2x2 grid of 120mm fans biggrin.gif
Ambient 30C or higher? Get an AC.

I cant, the case only allows a 200mm fan at side
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