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post #101 of 305
Thanks again, I think I am going to try to jam a 120mm 800rpm fan in there. I will let you know what I come up with.
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post #102 of 305
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http://www.zalman.co.kr/ENG/product/...ad.asp?idx=201

this one looks good, run it at silent mode (39CFM, 1500rpm) and you should be good, especially if you dont OC
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what type of temp differences are we talking about when going p/p rather than just stock tx3?

i'm currently still... on intel stock hsf, with idle at 30-35C and load at 65-70C. i want to push my cpu to 4ghz but first i need a new hsf. to your assumption;will i accomplish it with just the stock tx3 or do i have to get an extra fan because an extra fan pretty much costs half the hsf itself. local store $19.99, fans are over $8.
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Originally Posted by Kokuei View Post
what type of temp differences are we talking about when going p/p rather than just stock tx3?

i'm currently still... on intel stock hsf, with idle at 30-35C and load at 65-70C. i want to push my cpu to 4ghz but first i need a new hsf. to your assumption;will i accomplish it with just the stock tx3 or do i have to get an extra fan because an extra fan pretty much costs half the hsf itself. local store $19.99, fans are over $8.
If you are on stock HS @ 3.6ghz then with the tx3 you should be able to reach 4 I would think with out the extra fan.
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post #105 of 305
Remounted my cooler:



For those wondering how to mount it that way, you need to take the end off the AM3 clip with the little lever thing and then slide it through the cooler and re attach it.

I also put 3 strips of AS5 along the heatpipes this time, temps are about 15c better under load, and about 5c better idle, not drawing air from the 460's PCB now.
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Remounted my cooler:



For those wondering how to mount it that way, you need to take the end off the AM3 clip with the little lever thing and then slide it through the cooler and re attach it.

I also put 3 strips of AS5 along the heatpipes this time, temps are about 15c better under load, and about 5c better idle, not drawing air from the 460's PCB now.
Much better
post #107 of 305
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what type of temp differences are we talking about when going p/p rather than just stock tx3?

i'm currently still... on intel stock hsf, with idle at 30-35C and load at 65-70C. i want to push my cpu to 4ghz but first i need a new hsf. to your assumption;will i accomplish it with just the stock tx3 or do i have to get an extra fan because an extra fan pretty much costs half the hsf itself. local store $19.99, fans are over $8.
I bet you can do that with 1 fan but P/P Will optimize the HSF's performance
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Hey thanks for the PM mate, I'd love to join, though don't expect too much activity - OT is my home

Anyway, yeah just the ole stock one, one fan, but I have it set up to I have the intake fan facing towards my drive bays, and it's so close to the exhaust fan on the back of my Storm Scout that it pretty much works in push/pull anyways.

I get between 16 and 25C idle, depending on whether it's summer or winter so pretty good
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Hey thanks for the PM mate, I'd love to join, though don't expect too much activity - OT is my home

Anyway, yeah just the ole stock one, one fan, but I have it set up to I have the intake fan facing towards my drive bays, and it's so close to the exhaust fan on the back of my Storm Scout that it pretty much works in push/pull anyways.

I get between 16 and 25C idle, depending on whether it's summer or winter so pretty good
Updated! welcome
post #110 of 305
hey , i saw ur message and id like to join the group btw my cooler is a Rocketfish cooler so its a rebranded TX3
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