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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

I have Cogage Arrow, Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme and Silver Arrow IB-E Extreme. Performance is very similar. Cogage Arrow might be slightly better with 2500cfm but Silver Arrow SB-E and Silver Arrow IB-E seem slightly better a low cfm.

Silver Arrow IB-E is basically a squared version of SB-E with pipes and fin packs offset 9.5mm from the base for better PCI-E clearance. Bottom fins are higher too for better RAM clearance..

Interesting.

I got an the old Silver Arrow by the way, which is very much the Cogage Arrow with a different name and with a pipecap.

I was wondering about replacing the cooler with an XSPC RS360 set-up. But might as well try to push things by buying a high CFM Fan.

Thanks for the tip..
post #3462 of 3854
I've edited post #34660 to include all 3 Silver Arrow coolers. Tried to scale them the same.
http://www.overclock.net/t/990633/the-official-thermalright-silver-arrow-sb-e-club/3440_20#post_21997661
post #3463 of 3854
the new ib-e looks tasty... miss my SA.
h60 sucks and the cm glacer's pump died on me after two months (argh)
post #3464 of 3854
The CLC fad is over. Peeps are seeing (and hearing) what their shortcomings are now. We are now seeing many flocking back to high end air. thumb.gif
Edited by doyll - 3/24/14 at 6:21am
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Has anybody tried slapping something like a Scythe Gentle Typhoon 5400 RPM fans on the old Silver Arrow?

How loud does it gets? And how much of an improvement did it make compared to the stock fans??
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Has anybody tried slapping something like a Scythe Gentle Typhoon 5400 RPM fans on the old Silver Arrow?

How loud does it gets? And how much of an improvement did it make compared to the stock fans??

Super loud!

I'd say it's not worth it...if it was a TRUE 120, then hell yeah! (or a megahalems), but the SA isn't as restrictive.

I've used one and two 120x38mm 5300rpm, 220cfm fans for benching before on an original SA cooling a 3770k and an i7 3820 and the difference vs stock wasn't worth the increase in power consumption AND noise.
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

I have Cogage Arrow, Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme and Silver Arrow IB-E Extreme. Performance is very similar. Cogage Arrow might be slightly better with 2500cfm but Silver Arrow SB-E and Silver Arrow IB-E seem slightly better a low cfm.

Silver Arrow IB-E is basically a squared version of SB-E with pipes and fin packs offset 9.5mm from the base for better PCI-E clearance. Bottom fins are higher too for better RAM clearance..

Silver Arrow IB-E
Silver Arrow SB-E



Silver Arrow / Cogage Arrow\
400

The SB-E looks better then the IB-E, what are the differences in the stock fans? smile.gif
 
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LOL I prefer the Silver Arrow & Silver Arrow IB-E. Always thought Silver Arrow would look and perform very well with a couple SS FHP-141 140x38mm 2000rpm 170cfm fans and put on
Basically the same. SB-E & IB-E have 2 fan versions
SA SB-E & IB-E = 1x TY-150 (1100rpm 82cfm) and 1x TY-141 (1300rpm 74cfm)
SA SB-E & IB-E Extreme = 2x TY-143 fans (2500rpm 130cfm)
http://www.thermalright.com/products.html

Silver Arrow IB-E in black nickel wit TY-145 or TY-147 black / white fans would look very good
SA SB-E SE (Special Edition) had 2x TY-145 (B / W) fans.

Teaser:
Thermalright has a new True Spirit 140 coming to market. True Spirit 140 Power has 6x 8 mm heat pipes compared to normal 6x 6mm heat pipes.

http://www.thermalright.com/html/products/cpu_cooler/true_spirit_140_power.html
Edited by doyll - 3/25/14 at 4:36pm
post #3469 of 3854
There have been a few coolers that have five 8mm heatpipes (TherMax Eclipse II and PH-TC14PE/PH-TC14CS) but as far as I know this is the first CPU cooler that includes six 8mm heatpipes, so I'm very curious as to how this revised True Spirit 140 performs. One apparent drawback is the reduction in the number of fins from the original True Spirit 140 (or from Archon) in the bottom layers, just like the reduction from Silver Arrow SB-E to IB-E. In terms of how the heatpipes work internally, I've always wondeed the effectiveness of the fins that are attached nearer to the heat source (the base end of the heatpipes) compared with the effectiveness of the fins that are attached farther away. Another concern would be whether or not the fins are are soldered (brazed?) to the heatpipes or just compression fitted. I have never owned any of the True Spirit series but since this is the value series in Thermalright's product lineup is it the case that all True Spirit models are solderless between the fins and the heatpipes? (I suppose the heatpipes are still soldered to the copper base on every Thermalright coolers.) I have always believed soldering between the heatpipes and the fins is one of the major factors that separate truely top notch coolers from the rest. (and probably the reason the best Scythe coolers never match the best Thermalright's, Prolimatech, Noctua, and Phanteks coolers.)
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Superbiiz has the IB-E in stock now, $80 for standard, $90 for extreme. http://www.superbiiz.com/detail.php?name=FAN-AR-IB&similar=257 It's a good vendor, always had good experience with them.

I'm so tempted to get this, but I wonder if I can justify the purchase. I use a D14 with TY 143 fans, 4670k @ 4.6 idles in low 20s, games at around 50c, h264 encoding in the 60s. H264 encoding is the most cpu intensive activity I do on this pc. These are perfectly acceptable temps, and even if IB-E might get me better temps, do I really need that?

Still, I want it biggrin.gif just to have it. I think it looks a lot better than the D14.
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