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post #2771 of 3848
You cant compare the two at all.
like i already stated, a temp difference of 38 degrees with his settings is well within what can be expected on Air cooling. Sure it could be better, but i've also seen worse with similar coolers depending on the Chip.

So basically it's impossible to say if there is 'something wrong' with his cooler or not unless he has let's say a phanteks or another High end Air cooler for comparison.
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post #2772 of 3848
Back side to front side air flow configuration.....as promised! wink.gif




post #2773 of 3848
This resulted in an improvement in cooling?
post #2774 of 3848
63c for intel is good.../discussion
Amd is a different animal, and watts of heat are not the same as measured C.

Jovanni, that looks very nice!
What are your temps/ambients?

Also, have you tried disabling the rear case fan?
post #2775 of 3848
Room ambient is what we commonly use for base temperature. Case ambient is rarely considered. I think both are important. Room ambient will stay the same but most of the time case ambient rises as load increases because the airflow of heated cooler exhaust air allows some of it to mix with cool intake air causing the case ambient temp to keep increasing for 15-20 minutes with CPU doing the same. With well designed airflow the case ambient will change little and as a result the CPU will reach max temp in a few minutes. wink.gif

If I was doing what jovanni is doing I would remove back vent fan, cut out the vent and make a intake shroud / duct from case to cooler intake fan. Also put a divider between GPU and CPU to keep all heated air from CPU in top of case, than organize the airflow in GPU area to separate cool intake air from heated exhaust... probably by ducting intake air from side or bottom to GPU intake fan and opening unused PCI slots for additional exhaust.

Sometimes I babble too much. redface.gif
post #2776 of 3848
I started by sanding SA SB-E, did not go to the best, because the water was only paper in 2000 and did a mirror.
As I'll have finer it is improving.
What is the temperature are the same, even a simple stand still wonder whether paste Thermalright Chill Factor III is not the best.

The tests have browsed the results are very good, if not the best. I depend on this so as not to destroy the IHS, so on the basis of molten metal fall off.
Do T.Chill Factor III has to soak, I applied a portion?
Standard fans do not know it or are the best TY145 x 2, they can not produce their products in cooling SA.
post #2777 of 3848
Use indigo xtreme pads if you want the absolute best (the best IS metal and won't damage copper, coollaboratory liquid ultra...)
post #2778 of 3848
worms14, you have great temps.thumb.gif

You have TY-145 x2 fans now?

TY-145 are 700-1300rpm. You can replace with TY-143 are 700-2500rpm. You do no need them.

i7 3820 @4.75GHz
Temperature is delta.

H100 . . . . . . . . 41c 2500rpm. . . . . . . . 55dBA 2
SA SB-E . . . . . . 42c 1000rpm & 1300rpm 38dBA TY-150 & TY-141
SA SB-E Extreme 34c 2500rpm. . . . . . . . 56dBA 2x TY-143

Your SA SB-E with TY-145 will be same as above SA SB-E with TY-150 & TY-141

To see and listen to test
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6xrsuPwDbo
jump in to 3:40 for results
post #2779 of 3848
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If I was doing what jovanni is doing I would remove back vent fan, cut out the vent and make a intake shroud / duct from case to cooler intake fan. Also put a divider between GPU and CPU to keep all heated air from CPU in top of case, than organize the airflow in GPU area to separate cool intake air from heated exhaust... probably by ducting intake air from side or bottom to GPU intake fan and opening unused PCI slots for additional exhaust.
Sometimes I babble too much. redface.gif

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You need to babble more biggrin.gif:thumb:
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