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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Ah. I actually said in my original question that I was running prime95 custom blend with 95% RAM. That run was for 24 hours. Fan speed is automatic is around 1200RPM also.

Yes, I'm aware that my fans are pull-pull. What was the point of your FYI on this? redface.gif I needed them to be in pull-pull because installing them as push-push (which is better) interferes with my side panel fan due to the RAM modules being high-profile.

Yes you did.
How hard is that running CPU? I'm talking 100% load on all cores for 15-45minutes.. until CPU temp peak goes no higher for 10-15 minutes. So your "automatic" fan speed is "around" 1200rpm and your fans are capable of 2500rpm. Do you know what the fan speed was at 75c or are you looking at end of 24 hour run and giving peak readings?

I could have sworn you said push/pull. My bad.


My original reply asking about blob was friendly banter. I was not trying to create an issue.

Your temps are GREAT!
post #2922 of 3854
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Yes you did.
How hard is that running CPU? I'm talking 100% load on all cores for 15-45minutes.. until CPU temp peak goes no higher for 10-15 minutes. So your "automatic" fan speed is "around" 1200rpm and your fans are capable of 2500rpm. Do you know what the fan speed was at 75c or are you looking at end of 24 hour run and giving peak readings?

I could have sworn you said push/pull. My bad.


My original reply asking about blob was friendly banter. I was not trying to create an issue.

Your temps are GREAT!

As far as how Prime95 works, it does load the CPU 100% and I read the max readings using HWMonitor. Huh? My fans are Thermalright TY-140's and they can only do up to 1300RPM.

Nope, not really rolleyes.gif

No worries.
post #2923 of 3854
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

As far as how Prime95 works, it does load the CPU 100% and I read the max readings using HWMonitor. .
I've ran Prime95 too. Does a pretty good job of overall stress testing for stability, but doesn't run extended 100% load like many graphics rendering programs can and do.
post #2924 of 3854
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Very nice. OP updated. thumb.gif
Thank you solsamurai biggrin.gif
This cooler has nice image/looks thumb.gif and performs great.
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Hello Solsamurai smile.gif here is my SA SB-E Extreme smile.gif


1. Push pull configuration TY143.
It is very good for me smile.gif consider I live in a hot country rolleyes.gif

Actually it's pull,pull. wink.gif

Love your work station. Did you make it yourself?
post #2926 of 3854
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Actually it's pull,pull. wink.gif

Love your work station. Did you make it yourself?
Ooops I guess you're right doyll biggrin.gif It is pull - pull. No I order it from local mod smile.gif I don't have complete tools to make benchtable redface.gif
Anyway thanks mate.
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post #2927 of 3854
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I've ran Prime95 too. Does a pretty good job of overall stress testing for stability, but doesn't run extended 100% load like many graphics rendering programs can and do.

Well, yes but at least it's a valid program to use as a basis for temps.
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Hey mate. Any ideas on my question above regarding temps?

I'm know I'm late on this one but you can get a good idea of your temps over in the Sandy Stable Club. thumb.gif

I'm planning to upgrade to my first Intel straight to the 3770K so even then I won't know good temps for Sandy chips, lol.
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hello, this forum was a big help for me to to choose whether or not i buy a silver arrow sb-e for the remplacement of my noctua nh u12p se2.....
Then this is the answer.

noctua NH-U12P and 3 pin fans cases

sa sb-e extreme and pwm fan cases

the sa sb-e fit in a cooler master cm690 ii case.... but really short

from noctua to silver arrow sb-e i win 13°c

my apologies for the errors i speak english like a spanish cow.
Edited by micfild - 2/11/13 at 2:24pm
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post #2930 of 3854
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Originally Posted by micfild View Post

hello, this forum was a big help for me to to choose whether or not i buy a silver arrow sb-e for the remplacement of my noctua nh u12p se2.....

from noctua to silver arrow sb-e i win 13°c

my apologies for the errors i speak english like a spanish cow.

Well your English is better than my Spanish. biggrin.gif.
Nice fit.! How much clearance is there from top of heatpipes to case?
Nice job!

I got similar result both with my Phanteks and my Silver Arrow and Silver Arrow SB-E from NH-U12P on 920@3.5GHz.

I noticed you have 5 PCI slot covers on the back. Many of us have found we get better cooling with them removed. Sometimes the move hot air out. Sometimes the move cool air in. You might take them out and see what your temperatures do. It's easy. Doesn't cost anything. And can be put back in if there is no improvement.
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