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Quote:
Originally Posted by bigfatwilly View Post
Wow... Even the Scythe Ultra Kaze at 3000rpm sounds CRAZY. I can't imagine a stock cooler at 6000rpm.
That's a 120mm fan, this is a lot smaller than that. In other words, the smaller the fan, the higher the RPM needed for good airflow; the bigger the fan, the lower the RPM needed for good airflow.
 
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post #23 of 26
I have thermaltake cooler for my Skt 478 P4 legacy system, and it goes all the way up to 6000rpm.

It's completely unnecessary though, I found it actually can be less efficient dissipating heat at that speed (probably due to the design of the cooler).

As to the noise, well, it starts to be noticeable and slighlty annoying at 2.500rpm. At 6000 rpm it sounds like a vacuum cleaner and the whole case vibrates. Fortunately it came with a manual control. I bought a Scythe Katana 3 for it two weeks ago, so I don't use it anymore.

Anybody wants a vacuum cleaner ? LOL
 
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post #24 of 26
Thank you for contacting AMD Global Customer Care. The heatsink fan should spin between 2000-6000 RPM depending on the load that the processor is under.
However voltage to the fan is going to be controlled by the motherboard. If you have not already done so, I recommend updating your motherboard chipset drivers. It is also advisable to check to see if there is an updated BIOS available and check the release notes if there is anything about fan speed fixes or Pulse Width Modulation adjustments.
Additionally the maximum safe temperature that we state for a the processor is for the entire processor, not just the cores.

In order to update this service request, please respond, leaving the service request reference intact.
Best regards,
Dave
AMD Global Customer Care
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I remember my 4870's fan would go up to 4500 RPM. It sounded like a screaming banshee, haha.
     
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Xristo View Post
intel HS do 6000rpm ? are you guys sure you would need atleast 17v if not 24v pumping into that fan to spin it 6000 times a minute .
Horse crap, My beloved Delta fans are 12V and run at 3K. Its not the Voltage but the Wattage that creates speed, mine are rated to 30W, but the 6500rpm 120mm fans are rated for 70W.

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Originally Posted by Xristo View Post
well whats this then ...

http://www.silentpcreview.com/amd-phenom-coolers

Says 4000rpm max for stock phenom 2 coolers .

AMD Phenom II AM3 stock cooler:

*92 x 91 x 62 mm
*360 g
*3280 rpm
*65 mm fan blade wing span

AMD Phenom II AM2+ stock cooler:

*108 x 92 x 62 mm
*440 g
*4000 rpm
*64 mm fan blade wing span


If you think your fan is spinning at 7,000rpm u have no idea what ur on about .. 7,000rpm is extremely fast , faster than what you think .. At those speeds , the fan could hover off the ground =) not possible .
Hover off the ground? more horse crap!

My old Celeron powered E-Machine had a 70mm Delta that span to 6.5k. IT DID NOT HOVER.
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