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Cryorig R1 Ultimate is as good as anything available at this time with similar fans.
The Silver Arrow IB-E is near silent from idle to about 950-1000rpm. Above that to 1150 is just audible. 950-1050rpm is a huge amount of cooling ability. enough to keep my i7 980 at 40-48c all cores 98-100% load for hours at a time. biggrin.gif
That also applies to Silver Arrow, Silver Arrow SB-E, Silver Arrow IB-E, PH-TC14PE, R1 Ultimate, HR-02 Macho w/ 2x @ 1100rpm, and of course many other coolers I have not used. I have a TRUE Spirit 140 Power ordered and on it's way now and have no doubt it will do so as well. wink.gif
post #3502 of 3854
FYI
The difference between Silver Arrow SB-E / IB-E and Silver Arrow SB-E / IB-E Extreme coolers is the fans and PWM splitter havng a PSU power connector. Both will sound the same up to 1300rpm. The difference is that the Extreme's 2500rpm TY-143 fans are not limited to 1300rpm.. and therefore supply more cfm, static pressure and of course more noise too. As long as you setup your heat to rpm curve so fans run 1300rpm at 60-65c and don't OC too much the Extreme will be as quiet as normal cooler. wink.gif
Edited by doyll - 4/8/14 at 9:17am
post #3503 of 3854
I'm planning to oc with the IB-E EXTREME and I am thinking of hooking the fans of the CPU cooler onto the fan controller
So noise will not bother me (up to a point) cause I wear headphones when I use the pc and I dont when I listen to music.
So I need an idle-quiet system and a well-cooled when pushed hard.
Now I have the Corsair H60 but it cant handle more that 4.5GHz@1.29V
Temps top at 71-72prime and 55-60 while playing
After all those opinions of yours I am willing to believe that the IB-E EXTREME will be able to cool an i5 2500k oc'ed to 4.7GHz with 65 degrees top temps.
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There is no reason I can think of for not using the CPU fan header with PWM control to control the CPU fan.. and case fans if you want. Fan ispeed is controlled by CPU heat. For example mine is set 20c @ 20% fan speed and 70c @ 100% fan speed. That is 24-28c @ 650-700rpm and 43-49c @ 950-1050rpm.

Maybe your 2500k will and maybe it won't.
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Well what are u using to set the fan profile for the cpu fan? My MB gives 12V to the fans(the CPU_FAN is PWM) by the time my cores reach 65 degrees and the noise it too much.
Also what do you mean that will and maybe it wont? are you saying that will it require too much voltage?I have tested it @4.7 with 1.36vcore but it tops at 83 degrees which I am not comfortable with
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I use Gigabyte ET6. If CPU is reaching 65c the fans may need to run that fast to keep CPU at 65c with your cooler and case airflow.

As for the maybe statement, 83c on H60 shold be about 70-75c on SA SB-E Extreme. But overclocking is silicone roulette some chips max out before others. SA IB-E Exis probably the best out of the box cooler. It's definitely as good as top CLC right now.

But the case airflow has to be tuned to supply cool air to coolers without any of their heated exhaust mixing into it and warming it up. You might find my sig links helpful.
Edited by doyll - 4/8/14 at 3:10pm
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I have the Coolermaster Haf 912 Plus
As for cooling when I will install the Silver Arrow I will have:
Front: 200mm 700rmp 100cfm
Top: 200mm 700rmp 100cfm
Side: Corsair AF120 high performance 67cfm
Rear: Corsair AF120 high performance 67cfm
And I will use the fan controller to turn of the fans when idle and max the out when loaded.
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Hi, does anyone tried or know if the Silver Arrow IB-E will clear the PCI-E on a mini ITX MSI or Gigabyte board??
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Ivan TSI View Post

Hi, does anyone tried or know if the Silver Arrow IB-E will clear the PCI-E on a mini ITX MSI or Gigabyte board??
MSI and Gigabyte boards have bad layouts for large air coolers. Even with the new design, I doubt you'll be able to fit one on those boards.

You should look at EVGA Stinger or Asus Z87I / Maximus VI Impact.
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Originally Posted by Ivan TSI View Post

Hi, does anyone tried or know if the Silver Arrow IB-E will clear the PCI-E on a mini ITX MSI or Gigabyte board??
You need to find out what the center of CPU to PCI-E slot measurement of the motherboard is.

SA IB-E is 67.82mm; total width is 154.62mm
SA SB-E is 77mm ; total width is 154mm

The new TRUE Spirit 120 i is very nice and is designed for small motherboards. (red were done by me)


At 160w load older TS120 is 1c warmer than SA SB-E. New one will be the same. Same cooler with different pipe bends for offsets.
http://uk.hardware.info/reviews/4330/8/4x-thermalright-cpu-cooler-review-deluxe-coolers-test-results-socket-2011-160-watts
Edited by doyll - 4/27/14 at 8:28pm
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