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I forget what i idle at, i'll have to check it out later (thats my other rig)

but i remember 3.4ghz in push pull 1.4v was 45c load on an e6400
Hell yeah, i hope to break 3.0 on stock voltage, and 3.4 at 1.38, but if i have to do 1.4 i'll do it. yeah, the push pull config drops temps about 2-3 degrees, how much did it drop for you in push pull? did you use AS5 or a thinner TIM? I'm gonna switch to AS5 cause people get meh temps with thinner TIM and this cooler.
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Ooh hell, fits on DFI boards an all.. Nice work dude!

I might look into these.
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sir, what is your ambient temperature?
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sir, what is your ambient temperature?
22 degrees Celsius was my ambient, so about a 7-8 degree delta between stock idle [29 degrees] and ambient. my idle temps WHILE OCing was 32 degrees, so that's a 10 degree delta WITH OC WHILE IDLE from ambient.
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Noctua make some seriously nice piece of kit..veryy good quality and their fans are ment to be some of the most quiet available..but if it hasnt been said already..that is wayy too much thermal paste used..try half of that.
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I used AC MX-2 I really like it. YGPM
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Noctua make some seriously nice piece of kit..veryy good quality and their fans are ment to be some of the most quiet available..but if it hasnt been said already..that is wayy too much thermal paste used..try half of that.
I did, and it lowered my temps to the ones i have posted now. like i said, imma switch to AS5 and see how it goes from there AS5 uses more then MX-2 doesnt it?
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The real question is how quiet it is. Those fans are supposed to be whisper quiet.
Trust me. The Noctua NF-P12 are dangerously quiet, even at full speed. Recently bought one for my Scythe Mugen and I couldn't be happier. Needless to say, I will be replacing all of my case fans with the NF-P12s soon.
 
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The NF-P12 fans are easily some of the quietest fans I've heard given the amount of air they move. The S-Flex SFF21F isn't much louder though, and most of the noise seems to be air moved. They last the same amount of time, but given their higher performance, I'd recommend the S-Flex fans over the NF-P12 for a heatsink. For case fans, the NF-P12 is hard to beat.
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The NF-P12 fans are easily some of the quietest fans I've heard given the amount of air they move. The S-Flex SFF21F isn't much louder though, and most of the noise seems to be air moved. They last the same amount of time, but given their higher performance, I'd recommend the S-Flex fans over the NF-P12 for a heatsink. For case fans, the NF-P12 is hard to beat.
I know, i really want to replace my S-flex's now, but before I buy my noctua's, i need to find a buyer. the noctua's are 20$ each, i bet i can sell the s-flex's for 10$ each shipped. or at least 8. the thing is since this is a sever computer [only 1 HDD though, media server] i want it to be quiet for the living room.
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