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Wow I didn't know there's a club for TX3. I was just googling for push, pull, or push/pull setup on my new TX3 that I just bought last week. I guess I'll need to update my sig too. Haven't been on this site for a while.

Edit: Also, if anyone is still reading this thread. What do you think max overclock on this would be for 3570K? I'm thinking to go 4.0GHz with turbo boost off.

4.0ghz seems about right without the need to adjust voltage, Just check your temperature ceiling by running Prime95. If you think you have more headroom, it doesn't hurt to clock it a bit further.
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Edit: Also, if anyone is still reading this thread. What do you think max overclock on this would be for 3570K? I'm thinking to go 4.0GHz with turbo boost off.

Indeed, people do still read this thread tongue.gif

I had my TX3 on my 3570K for a little while, I reached my current clock speed on it but the temps were too high, about 92°C IIRC. The only reason I'm still running at the same clock speed now is the voltage being quite high.
     
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Thx guys. Another question. My motherboard has 2 CPU fan connections, one is 3 pins and another is 4 pins.

Right now I hooked up the stock fan with the 4 pins. If I get another fan for push pull setup, should I get a Blade Master 92mm with 4 pins? or should I just get any Cooler Master 92mm with 3 pins?

I've heard somewhere that for push pull setup, I need the same cfm on both side. But only one of my fan is PWM so the second one would be on full blast.

I'm confused.
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Hi. so glad to know there is a club for tx3 users.. May i join?redface.gif

I am from India. I recently bought a CM Hyper TX 3 Evo to cool my FX 8350. really amazed with its performance:D. The ambient temp is around 32-34 degrees C, and my 8350 idles at 36 and the max temp under stress is around 55-56 degrees. I am planning to attach a second fan to lower the temps even further.

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post #265 of 305
Well, it is a dead thread... frown.gif
I am waiting for months and still i am not in the club.
post #266 of 305
Well...Too bad..Was hoping to get some opinions from the experts.ohno-smiley.gif
post #267 of 305
Ok, one advice - you really don't need а second fan. The difference is negligible... smile.gif
post #268 of 305
Oh..I thought it would lower the temps more..
Thank you for your valuable advice.thumb.gif
Edited by JoseTN - 3/15/14 at 11:37am
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You may get a couple of °C difference, but I don't think it's really worth the cost tongue.gif
     
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But it is true it is an awsome cooler for the price... wink.gif
It even achieve to cool my 2500k on 4.5GHz... wink.gif
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