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These are the fans
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835106153

They work great and yeah they are a little louder at the lowest setting but I've gotten used to it. And actually i just took a few minuted to put the TY-150 back in the middle and put those two on the outside and saw a 1c drop at idle and 2c drop running cinebench, so not a bad combination!

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These are the fans
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835106153
They work great and yeah they are a little louder at the lowest setting but I've gotten used to it. And actually i just took a few minuted to put the TY-150 back in the middle and put those two on the outside and saw a 1c drop at idle and 2c drop running cinebench, so not a bad combination!

If you can take the loud, slap some AP30/31s on it wink.gif Or a Delta server 120, if you have a spare PSU around. Hah thumb.gif Nice results, the TY150 is a really nice fan yeh.
    
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Originally Posted by motherpuncher View Post

These are the fans
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835106153
They work great and yeah they are a little louder at the lowest setting but I've gotten used to it. And actually i just took a few minuted to put the TY-150 back in the middle and put those two on the outside and saw a 1c drop at idle and 2c drop running cinebench, so not a bad combination!
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AF0026 1300-2500rpm
TY-150 500-1100rpm
Not the kind of fan matchup I would even consider. rolleyes.gif
You needed to get the SA SB-E Extreme with TY-143 fans smile.gif
They wind to 2500rpm too and move 130cfm instead of you little 97.5cfm.. biggrin.gif Really don't know how they would compare. wink.gif

I found SA SB-E Extreme for £51.78. Sure is tempting. Could almost buy it, keep the fans and sell it on with 2x TY-140 fans I have now for same price smile.gif
post #2504 of 3848
Well I keep the small one's at 1300rpm and the TY-150 at 1100 rpm so it does work out pretty nice. Any faster on the small one's and yeah they get out of whack and make a loud high pitch. I do wish I could find the fans that come on the extreme because I would definitely get those!
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1-2c per additonal fan decrease in temp seems to be the norm. Often times it helps more a lower rpm.

When running just the 2x AF0026 what rpm were you running?
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I always run them at 1300 unless I'm doing overclocking/benchmarking. I'm liking the current setup though, I was just running Max Payne and it got to 41-42c when before it was hitting 44-46c. But like I said, if thermalright would start selling those 143's ( I think that's what's on the extreme?) then I would test those out. What about the phantek fans?
Edited by motherpuncher - 9/19/12 at 7:14pm
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I always run them at 1300 unless I'm doing overclocking/benchmarking. I'm liking the current setup though, I was just running Max Payne and it got to 41-42c when before it was hitting 44-46c. But like I said, if thermalright would start selling those 143's ( I think that's what's on the extreme?) then I would test those out. What about the phantek fans?

~1200 RPM, fairly decent sound signature and- not quite as good as the TY141. Still a very nice fan however.
    
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post #2508 of 3848
Just took stock Phanteks off and put my TY-140s back on my TC14 50rpm slower (600rpm) and CPU is 4c cooler... and Northbridge is 7c cooler. and all is quieter as well. Panatics look nice but are very lackadaisic as far as performance... Wait! There is no performance! Just run of the mill blowing of hot air about how good they are. biggrin.gif

Comparing RPM on same PWM signal
TY-140 TY-143 FN053

601rpm 709rpm 660rpm
692 . . . 711. . . 771
806 . . . 792. . . 780
900 . . . 990. . . 863
998. . . 1269. . 1004
1100 . . 1650. . 1208
1203 . . 2000. . 1542
1300 . . 2491. . 1744
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Just took stock Phanteks off and put my TY-140s back on my TC14 50rpm slower (600rpm) and CPU is 4c cooler... and Northbridge is 7c cooler. and all is quieter as well. Panatics look nice but are very lackadaisic as far as performance... Wait! There is no performance! Just run of the mill blowing of hot air about how good they are. biggrin.gif
Comparing RPM on same PWM signal
TY-140 TY-143 FN053
601rpm 709rpm 660rpm
692 . . . 711. . . 771
806 . . . 792. . . 780
900 . . . 990. . . 863
998. . . 1269. . 1004
1100 . . 1650. . 1208
1203 . . 2000. . 1542
1300 . . 2491. . 1744

Will update when I feel ballsy enough to cut up my Nidec fans. This should be fun. They have the most ridiculous pressure, hopefully the Phanteks sink doesn't do poorly with low CFM/high pressure fans biggrin.gif

EDIT: With PWM on my board, the Nidec fans start at about 1600 RPM and full speed is ~4600 for one, and ~4400 for the other >.< Need to re-oil the bearings as well.

Another Edit: On second thought. AP30 in the center and a UK3K for the push? Hah.
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Good info doyll, thanks... and can't wait to see what you come up with mezmenir!
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