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post #1 of 25
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Finally I got the big typhoon and just install it last nite, fist turn-on @ Idle I got about 36C then let it ran for awhile the temp rasing up to 41C on idle. when I ran prime95 test or OCCT then the temp rased up around 45-48C. It seems I gain only few degree dropped after replaced the factory HS/F.
You guy have any suggestion to get the temp goes lower ? what I have notice is the TT fan RPM only at 1300RPM compare to the AMD original fan is 2800RPM. I do'nt know maybe the TT fan not enough air flow or someting ?
My temp ambient is 23-25C
post #2 of 25
Get the fan to run at max speed. Check for blockages. Do you have any concerns about how much AS5 you applied? What voltages are you running?
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post #3 of 25
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how to get the fan run at max speed, it was control by the mobo. My voltage very low. By looking at AIBOOSTER program it show 1.44v. The AS5 I apply a small amount (a grain size uncooked) then spread it out realy thin layer and then I put the TT HS/F on then crew down to mobo.
post #4 of 25
I am thinking that you used to much as5. When applying AS5, think of applying a film as opposed to a filler.
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post #5 of 25
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I tried few times to re_applied AS5 but still could not get any better temps at all. I plan to lap the TT bigtyphoon and try again this afternoon.
My idle temps at 42 now and with OCCT tortures test for 2 hrs, temps raised up to 46. I wanna get the temp down more if possiple. Will post an update shortly
post #6 of 25
Also, it's gotta be pretty tight...make sure it's tight.

You can set fan speeds in BIOS.
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post #7 of 25
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I try one of my 120mm fan with higher RPM 2400, and I gain abbout 2-4 degree ... my temps now is 38C idle.
this fan has only 2 wires then I don't have a fan feedback at all, anyone tell me where I can get cheaper fan to replace TT bigtyphoon fan with more air flow, like >70CFM or so ... and quite as possible
post #8 of 25
The fan that comes with the BT should be good enough, maybe you just need to wait for the AS5 to setup properly, sometimes it can take up to 48 hours or more. If you want a good replacement fan I would consider the Silverstone FM121. 120mm, 50-110 CFM (with controller) and still fairly quiet, not as quiet as the stock fan though.
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do you have a link for this fan ?
post #10 of 25
The fan that comes with the BT is more than adecuate. I get considerably lower load temps. than I did with my XP-120/84CFM combo. A stronger fan will only make more noise and maybe decrease the MOBO temp. a little (the BT is just too tall for the fan to affect MOBO temps. that much). Your problem could be caused by:
1. The BT is not making full contact with the CPU. If using the stock nuts just thighten them all the way (be careful if using bigger nuts or wing nuts since it's very easy to overthighten like I did).
2. You used too much/ too little thermal compound. All that's needed is a tiny drop in the center of the CPU. The weight of the BT will do the rest.
3. The BT is just to tall for your case. Make sure there is enough room for the fan on the BT to breath. One inch between the fan and the side panel of your case should be enough. Otherwise you may have to drill a hole on the side panel.
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