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What is the static pressure of the gentle typhoon ap-15s?
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I'm about to build my PC soon and am looking into getting some Scythe Gentle Typhoons for the H70 I'll be installing. Problem is I can't find any of the 1850rpm models in stock at any of the stores I've looked at.

Would the 1150rpm models work just as well or what?
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Will the H70 handle a 980X @ 4GHz?

I have the stuff ready to build, I own a H70 and a Megahalems and dont know which one to use. I would very much like to build my setup once and not have to try one before the other.

H70 good enough? I have better 120's than whatever comes stock on the H70 too.
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Man I am jealous of your load temps Trademark!



I think they are...it's not plugged in the mobo so it should be running at max. I have them plugged in to a single 3-pin connector using the Y splitter that came with the H70. That's fine right?
Actually, you're running them at decreased voltages and rpm's if you're using the splitter that came with H70 because that's what the splitter is designed to do. I wouldn't consider your temps final at all until you have the fans going 100%.

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Hmm, I think I may need to remount the pump.

I've noticed though that when I start Prime 95 my temps don't steadily climb but they jump up to say the high 40's from the idle low 20's and then start the climb up higher.

Should I try removing the pump, using Arcticlean to remove the paste, and then reapply more properly now that I have the installation down better?
Whatever you're using to monitor your temps is probably just lagging behind because you're under full load. I don't think your actual temps can spike like that and still give you reasonable load temps. That's why I like Asus's ROG Connect so much, real time monitoring under load yet no worry about lagging readings.

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w00t! Booted up my pc for the first time! So far everything seems good and all 6 ram modules are detected. It's no wonder there are so many PC builder enthusiast. The feeling of putting together your pc and firing it up for the first time is exhilarating! I feel like an 6 year old on christmas morning lol.

My CPU temp is 32 C and my MCH 47 C... Seems alright but it does seem a bit high for factory clocked settings.

Pump is running at 1380 RPMs and Push/Pull Stock fans are running at a little over 2000 rpms. TIM was Arctic Silver Ceramique.
Nice job on your first pc bud!! +rep

give that TIM some time to get burned in/spread out. 32c is pretty average for me when I do a fresh mount and check temp right away. Depending on the TIM(never used yours) you should see some improvement once it cures.

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What is the static pressure of the gentle typhoon ap-15s?
I don't remember where I finally found that but I think it was above 2.0 and below 2.5mmh20.
Edited by slimbrady - 10/4/10 at 12:29am
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I don't remember where I finally found that but I think it was above 2.0 and below 2.5mmh20.
Wow...that's it???

Even the Yate Loon fans have better static pressure. The stock fan that comes on the Xiggy Dark Knight HSF comes with 4.xxmmh20 static pressure.
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Sorry for the trolling here guys but I only have my laptop to mess with ATM since my PSU failed so I'm bored as hell, lol.
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I'm about to build my PC soon and am looking into getting some Scythe Gentle Typhoons for the H70 I'll be installing. Problem is I can't find any of the 1850rpm models in stock at any of the stores I've looked at.

Would the 1150rpm models work just as well or what?
They will not work "just as well." I couldn't tell you exactly how much of an effect it's going to have but it would be similar to getting the 1850's and running them on low. If you're not going to push your OC high then they may still be strong enough for you though.
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Will the H70 handle a 980X @ 4GHz?

I have the stuff ready to build, I own a H70 and a Megahalems and dont know which one to use. I would very much like to build my setup once and not have to try one before the other.

H70 good enough? I have better 120's than whatever comes stock on the H70 too.
It will handle the 980X @ 4 GHz with ease. See my results here of stock fans v GT's on my 980X.
http://www.overclock.net/10471630-post12900.html
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It will handle the 980X @ 4 GHz with ease. See my results here of stock fans v GT's on my 980X.
http://www.overclock.net/10471630-post12900.html
Cool! Thanks.

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Wow...that's it???

Even the Yate Loon fans have better static pressure. The stock fan that comes on the Xiggy Dark Knight HSF comes with 4.xxmmh20 static pressure.
Yeah, like I said I don't remember exactly what it was but I remember it did not impress me at all....that's why I never jumped on the GT wagon. For their DB they are still a great compromise though if you're into quiet pc's. They are only 1850 RPM so yo can't expect TOO much pressure at that speed. Those fans from the Xiggy run 2200 RPM but still, dang, pretty nice specs....might just have to buy it, take the fans off and put it in my closet...lol j/k. I'll stick with my 38mm's.
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Man I am jealous of your load temps Trademark!



I think they are...it's not plugged in the mobo so it should be running at max. I have them plugged in to a single 3-pin connector using the Y splitter that came with the H70. That's fine right?
my current idle temp on my 4.0 Setup..
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