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I don't quite understand this chart
The UK3K is rated at 133.6 CFM but the chart says it's closer to 57?
It's also rated at 45.90 db but the chart says it's closer to 66?
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The chart is most likely to be measuring these items with back pressure... Air flow, dBa and other measurements are different under back pressure....
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I don't quite understand this chart
The UK3K is rated at 133.6 CFM but the chart says it's closer to 57?
It's also rated at 45.90 db but the chart says it's closer to 66?
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The chart is most likely to be measuring these items with back pressure... Air flow, dBa and other measurements are different under back pressure....
In addition...dB's are usually measured at 1m distance in free air. Martin measures at 12" distance and blowing through a rad. So those numbers are only comparable (relative) to each other. Same with cfm... typically measured at 0 backpressure...put a rad in front of that airflow and things can change dramatically at times.
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Sorry I wouldn't wish CM R4 fans on my worst enemies. If you got some good ones consider yourself very lucky. I at one time used 300+ of them and within a year all but 6 had either stopped working or developed some other problem like clicking noises or other odd noises.(I build, repair and sell computers) I hope they have improved their QC or where they get their fans from because of my experience with them in the past I will never use them again.
Wow I'm surprised to hear that. I've been running the same 6 CM R4's for over a year now and I haven't had a single issue with any of them. They all work perfect with no funny noises at all. My 2 rad R4's have been pulled out of my computer and remounted a few dozen times and banged around quite a bit too and still work great. I guess I am pretty lucky then but now you got me all nervous about them lol
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Wow I'm surprised to hear that. I've been running the same 6 CM R4's for over a year now and I haven't had a single issue with any of them. They all work perfect with no funny noises at all. My 2 rad R4's have been pulled out of my computer and remounted a few dozen times and banged around quite a bit too and still work great. I guess I am pretty lucky then but now you got me all nervous about them lol
I originally bought/used them when they where fairly new so like I said hopefully they have either changed manufacturers for their fans or they have really worked on their QC. I don't even remember what company use to make CM fans.
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hmm i just remounted my H70, i used the one line technique to apply thermal paste..

There after I run prime with the same setting previously and one of the workers always die after an hour due to round trip failure.

Could the problem be related to how I remounted the H70?

Is it okie to clean(Apply artic clean) the CPU Chip when is on the motherboard?
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hmm i just remounted my H70, i used the one line technique to apply thermal paste..

There after I run prime with the same setting previously and one of the workers always die after an hour due to round trip failure.

Could the problem be related to how I remounted the H70?

Is it okie to clean(Apply artic clean) the CPU Chip when is on the motherboard?
I never take my cpu out to apply tim ? it does the same with mine in prime if the pump is not making 100% contact . That is your problem . Push on the pump while screwing it down . or even try running prime while putting pressure on the pump to see if that is the problem. thats how i checked mine i culd actually see my temps drop in real time when i put pressure on the pump and when i let go the temps rose abit ... its the mounting , those brackets suck!! if i was any good at making my own brackets id be making a nice solid metal back plate
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I never take my cpu out to apply tim ? it does the same with mine in prime if the pump is not making 100% contact . That is your problem . Push on the pump while screwing it down . or even try running prime while putting pressure on the pump to see if that is the problem. thats how i checked mine i culd actually see my temps drop in real time when i put pressure on the pump and when i let go the temps rose abit ... its the mounting , those brackets suck!! if i was any good at making my own brackets id be making a nice solid metal back plate
heehee, actually the temperature improve by 5 degrees.

so I am happy with the new mounting, just trouble with 1 worker dying off during prime 85 test.

ohyes, I also notice that the tube inlet on the pump itself have some water or oil... im not sure what is it.. should I be concern that it might leak ?
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if you see water in your case anywhere , theres a concern .. if its starting to leak id fix that up immediatly. You should see no water , dunno where your seeing oil from :s
    
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heehee, actually the temperature improve by 5 degrees.

so I am happy with the new mounting, just trouble with 1 worker dying off during prime 85 test.

ohyes, I also notice that the tube inlet on the pump itself have some water or oil... im not sure what is it.. should I be concern that it might leak ?
Any workers at all failing in stress tests like prime95 is an indication that your system is unstable and may lead to an unfortunately timed blue screen or freeze. If it was me I would look to my CPU and DIMM settings for the cause....try restoring factory defaults in bios and see if you still get a failure. If you don't then you can slowly work your way back up to what you were at, testing stability at each incremental increase. This is time consuming and boring but it is worth it.
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