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I installed the two TY-140s and all seems to be well. I haven't taken temperatures or set a voltage curve yet but they seem very quiet. However, these fans are massive! I had to raise them up a bit to clear the heat sinks on my mobo and remove the top door fan in my case to fit them. I'll post again with temps and noise impressions.
(Sorry for the poor quality pics, these were taken under a desk in a somewhat dark room with a phone.)
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After installing the AXP II cooler and these fans, the HDD is now the loudest source of noise in my PC. thumb.gif
Edited by Infinite Jest - 6/14/12 at 4:37pm
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Yes, I meant Windows 7 SP1. Hmmm, that's weird. You should have gotten gflops in the 90s, if not 100s.

Hmm, that's a bit worrying then :S.
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I installed the two TY-140s and all seems to be well. I haven't taken temperatures or set a voltage curve yet but they seem very quiet. However, these fans are massive! I had to raise them up a bit to clear the heat sinks on my mobo and remove the top door fan in my case to fit them. I'll post again with temps and noise impressions.
(sorry for the poor quality pics, these were taken under a desk in a somewhat dark room) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
60f0a212-745b-6ebc.jpg
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I would remove all your PCI slot covers as it helps to get the hot air from your GPU to flow right out. The Accelero just blows hot air all over your case and doesn't leave out the back end of the GPU.

You might even want to cut out the rear mesh and not use a rear fan. Temps should drop and so should noise.
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post #4124 of 6664
as said above, the pci slot covers and slot bars are not allowing the air to get away
from the heat generator GPU. so the air travels up into the CPU cooler.
the other is you must remove the rear fan and mesh grill from the rear panel. the
ty140 is being restricted in ejecting air by those culprits.
a 5.25" bay fan can make an air-sheer to direct air to CPU cooler and divide the hot
air off the GPU

airdeano
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i want in biggrin.gif here is my cooler
http://i.imgur.com/TMt48.jpg
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Originally Posted by Infinite Jest View Post

I installed the two TY-140s and all seems to be well. I haven't taken temperatures or set a voltage curve yet but they seem very quiet. However, these fans are massive! I had to raise them up a bit to clear the heat sinks on my mobo and remove the top door fan in my case to fit them. I'll post again with temps and noise impressions.
(Sorry for the poor quality pics, these were taken under a desk in a somewhat dark room with a phone.) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
60f0a212-745b-6ebc.jpg
60f0a212-744b-bc63.jpg
After installing the AXP II cooler and these fans, the HDD is now the loudest source of noise in my PC. thumb.gif[/quote

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Liking the EVO so far, the thing seems silent and under load cools so much better than stock cooler. (No difference at idle really)

One thing I am noticing is huge differences between cores. Regularly see a 10°C+ difference between the highest and lowest.

I just had Core 2 at 24 and Core 3 at 41? Core 2 is always 28 or less. Core 3 is always 37 or more. Doesn't seem good really.

Is this a bad chip or is it because I poorly applied the thermal paste?

I'm thinking about reapplying the paste because I did make a hash of it, instead of two strips of paste I may just do the single 'grain of rice' in the middle, will this still be ok?

Cheers thumb.gif
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Liking the EVO so far, the thing seems silent and under load cools so much better than stock cooler. (No difference at idle really)
One thing I am noticing is huge differences between cores. Regularly see a 10°C+ difference between the highest and lowest.
I just had Core 2 at 24 and Core 3 at 41? Core 2 is always 28 or less. Core 3 is always 37 or more. Doesn't seem good really.
Is this a bad chip or is it because I poorly applied the thermal paste?
I'm thinking about reapplying the paste because I did make a hash of it, instead of two strips of paste I may just do the single 'grain of rice' in the middle, will this still be ok?
Cheers thumb.gif

I think it's the TIM not covering the entire CPU or or the cooler is loose. Should be lines between each of the pipes. Grain method doesn't spread over the entire chip because of the crevices on the cooler.
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Those TY-140s looks like overkill for this cooler. =D.
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I had a pair on my Hyper 212 Plus and they were awesome. Nice and quiet and my chipset and CPU cooler than the stock fans.
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