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mine is on pull push at the moment, fan towards RAM is pushing and middle fan pulling.
After about hour on P95 im at 57 58 57 57 using 1.25v.
sounds good so far just hope it stays below 70 for 4.5 @ 1.25v as otherwise i will have to re sit as at 4.6+ it might get over 80.
Edited by nekromantik - 10/24/11 at 11:19am
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I'm not sure I understand what you're saying. It's rated 900-1300 rpm is it not? At least it was running 900 rpm @ idle before.
The fan speed at idle is determined by the default fan speed setting on your mobo. Change it to the lightest allowed duty cycle (on my Asus P8P67 Deluxe it's 20%) and your idle fan speed will drop to around 600 rpm. This way you will retain your ability to ramp up the speed at full load. Mine is set to go to around 900 rpm at 55-60C, which is still plenty quiet.
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mine is on pull push at the moment, fan towards RAM is pushing and middle fan pulling.
After about hour on P95 im at 57 58 58 58 using 1.25v.
sounds good so far just hope it stays below 70 for 4.5 @ 1.25v as otherwise i will have to re sit as at 4.6+ it might get over 80.
I'm not sure I understand the logic of putting both fans on the front fin array and leaving the rear one fanless unless you have a rear case exhaust fan that sits extremely close to it and is aligned perfectly. Or did I misunderstand your fan config?
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The fan speed at idle is determined by the default fan speed setting on your mobo. Change it to the lightest allowed duty cycle (on my Asus P8P67 Deluxe it's 20%) and your idle fan speed will drop to around 600 rpm. This way you will retain your ability to ramp up the speed at full load. Mine is set to go to around 900 rpm at 55-60C, which is still plenty quiet.
Ah, I see. My mobo works differently then, because I had already set it at the lowest setting (level 1) and it was idling @ 900 rpm.
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Ah, I see. My mobo works differently then, because I had already set it at the lowest setting (level 1) and it was idling @ 900 rpm.
Does ASRock have any software utilities that allow you to define your own rpm vs temp curve? I guess SpeedFan could work too.
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I'm not sure I understand the logic of putting both fans on the front fin array and leaving the rear one fanless unless you have a rear case exhaust fan that sits extremely close to it and is aligned perfectly. Or did I misunderstand your fan config?
you misunderstood
i mean one fan per fin
fin on the RAM side is push and the middle fan on the second fin is pull.

3 hours into Prime blend im still at 56 58 57 57
with ambient temp of 22
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you misunderstood
i mean one fan per fin
fin on the RAM side is push and the middle fan on the second fin is pull.

3 hours into Prime blend im still at 56 58 57 57
with ambient temp of 22
I guess what threw me off was you calling the second fan "the middle fan". What is it in the middle of if it's a pull fan on the second fin array?
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I guess what threw me off was you calling the second fan "the middle fan". What is it in the middle of if it's a pull fan on the second fin array?
I dont quite understand your question. Sorry.
What do you mean by "What is it in the middle of it"?

You can have multiple different fan configs, push push is RAM side fin push and then the other fin push too but with the fan in the middle.

Then you can change either of them to pull or both to pull. You can even have both fans on one fin if you wish.
Edited by nekromantik - 10/24/11 at 12:00pm
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I dont quite understand your question. Sorry.
What do you mean by "What is it in the middle of it"?

You can have multiple different fan configs, push push is RAM side fin push and then the other fin push too but with the fan in the middle.

Then you can change either of them to pull or both to pull. You can even have both fans on one fin if you wish.
Dangling modifiers will do me in. I was asking "What is it in the middle of?", meaning if the "middle" fan is actually a pull fan on the second fin array, it is no longer in the middle of the heat sink.
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well I still call it middle as you got left side and right side and then middle.
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