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post #2411 of 3848
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Originally Posted by solsamurai View Post

My bad. I should have said it's a 1155 socket m/b. tongue.gif

No worries, just use the intel backplate and thats it. I'm using an EK "True LGA1155" backplate with some screws. works great and very functional.
post #2412 of 3848
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Alright guys I'm helping a friend build his first gaming PC tomorrow. It will be the first time I install the SA on an Intel m/b and the first time installing the SB-E. biggrin.gif I would greatly appreciate your input on mounting to the m/b only. With everything else I'm fine. Thanks doods! thumb.gif
Also you may start to see a new individual start posting in this thread who has been following us for quite a while. biggrin.gif
::cough:: TR rep ::cough::

Installation is simple. You'll have no problems.
post #2413 of 3848
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Originally Posted by tw33k View Post

Good find. No one is selling Thermalright kit in Oz anymore so this is good news.

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Originally Posted by icekreme1002 View Post

For anyone in Australia....
Finally we have a local sb-e supplier! smile.gif
http://www.leetgion.com.au/silver-arrow-sb-e/
$89.50 + $14.70 shipping.
Better than the usual mark ups we seem to get i guess. Cost me $140 to get mine from USA.
PS - They sell the Ty-150 and 141 too. Woo!

I've noticed that too! PCCG used to do Silver Arrows/Machos and some of their fans. But they stopped. It's such a shame I really do like their coolers and I'd feature them in friends builds and suggest them if I could easily get them. rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by tw33k View Post

Installation is simple. You'll have no problems.

My SB-E was the 5th cooler I've ever installed, first dual tower and second thermalright one. It's quite easy and the mounting is rather good. thumb.gif

You will have no problems as long as you follow the instructions. The only thing that confused me were the fan clips but I got that eventually tongue.gif
Edited by Matt-Matt - 9/1/12 at 7:07am
 
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Sounds like what I thought, thanks guys. I'll see if I can snap a couple pics as well. biggrin.gif
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post #2415 of 3848
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Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

I've noticed that too! PCCG used to do Silver Arrows/Machos and some of their fans. But they stopped. It's such a shame I really do like their coolers and I'd feature them in friends builds and suggest them if I could easily get them. rolleyes.gif

Yeah sucks trying to get them here. My hr-01+ lasted 3 different cpus so was keen to give another thermalright cooler a go.
That site seems to be down though and fingers crossed it comes up again soon. I actually emailed them and they said they weren't actually ready and were trying to get the site done by next week, musta just been lucky to search and find them when i did.

I sure hope they finish soon cause i'm itching to buy a few more ty-141 fans!
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post #2416 of 3848
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Originally Posted by icekreme1002 View Post

Yeah sucks trying to get them here. My hr-01+ lasted 3 different cpus so was keen to give another thermalright cooler a go.
That site seems to be down though and fingers crossed it comes up again soon. I actually emailed them and they said they weren't actually ready and were trying to get the site done by next week, musta just been lucky to search and find them when i did.
I sure hope they finish soon cause i'm itching to buy a few more ty-141 fans!

Yeah, I'm looking at getting a third fan for my SB-E. Just for looks tongue.gif
 
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post #2417 of 3848
Got this bad boy installed in my system, and what a frustrating process it was. It was impossible to install it without taking the MB out, because those stupid plastic washers kept falling off.
Otherwise this is ONE HELL of a cooler - I mean everything about it is just awesome - Temps, looks, quality, noise thumb.gif (Besides the fan color - i am very satisfied with it)




Temp wise, i am blown away by how effective it is. With a single TY-150 my i7-2600k @ 4.4 (1.3V) it reaches around 63-64°C (amb.25°) when running prime95 (small FFT's).
Strangely enough it even beats my custom WC loop with a single degree. But i am pretty sure the reason is the 2x120 rad i had wasn't that great after all.
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post #2418 of 3848
Looks good. thumb.gif
Will the TY-141 fit in back? Assume RAM is too high for it to fit in front.
post #2419 of 3848
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Looks good. thumb.gif
Will the TY-141 fit in back? Assume RAM is too high for it to fit in front.
Well I can't mount the fan on the front, because of the tall ram heatspreaders. But there is plenty of space on the back for the fan, and I have tested with that setup - but it improved the temps with aprox 2°. So I didn't feel like it was worth it, with the added size and in particularly noise.
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Well I can't mount the fan on the front, because of the tall ram heatspreaders. But there is plenty of space on the back for the fan, and I have tested with that setup - but it improved the temps with aprox 2°. So I didn't feel like it was worth it, with the added size and in particularly noise.

I assume you are not using motherboard PWM fan control on your cooler fans. Because if you were and your CPU is running at less than 40-50% you would not be able to hear the cooler fans. wink.gif

I'm using a Phanteks cooler with TY-143 fans on a i7 920 @ 3.55GHz and cannot hear the CPU fans below 75-80% CPU load (800rpm). At 100% load fans spin 940rpm and CPU cores are never above 57c with 23c ambient. And Silver Arrow SB-E is at least as good as Phanteks TC14PE biggrin.gif

Edit: Stock fans, TY-140 and TY-143 all perform almost identical temps at same rpm. TY-140/143 are a little quieter at same rpm as Phanteks fans. Below 750-800rpm the only thing I hear is my TX 650 PSU fan. frown.gif
Edited by doyll - 9/2/12 at 12:10pm
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