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post #921 of 924 (permalink) Old 11-08-2019, 12:26 PM
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What case do you have? I ask because most cases now have an opening in motherboard mounting panel in back of CPU so coolers can be mounted with motherboard installed. This opening is big enough to clear backing plate.
not mine, it's an ancient steel case
it only has srcew holes in the motherboard area
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post #922 of 924 (permalink) Old 11-22-2019, 10:04 AM
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Looking at grabbing the TS140 power and combining it with a Noctua a14 IPPC 3000. My Cryorig H5 has served well for several years previously on my 4770k but I feel its not keeping up with how I'm wanting my Temps. Hoping TS140 might keep my R5 3600 under 70c.

The H5 can keep the 3600 at for most work but I've found hitting the CPU hard with something like prime can quickly put it at 85c so I'm trying to hopefully improve that. Thought I was gonna be good till I started attempting higher clocks with PBO and Manual OCing. Still much better than stock cooler but less than I want.

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post #923 of 924 (permalink) Old 11-22-2019, 10:20 AM - Thread Starter
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Looking at grabbing the TS140 power and combining it with a Noctua a14 IPPC 3000. My Cryorig H5 has served well for several years previously on my 4770k but I feel its not keeping up with how I'm wanting my Temps. Hoping TS140 might keep my R5 3600 under 70c.

The H5 can keep the 3600 at for most work but I've found hitting the CPU hard with something like prime can quickly put it at 85c so I'm trying to hopefully improve that. Thought I was gonna be good till I started attempting higher clocks with PBO and Manual OCing. Still much better than stock cooler but less than I want.
My guess is stock fan will give you good temps. If you want higher perfromance/speed fan then TY-143 is a simple swap. Changing to NF-A14 is not because it uses mounting holes spaced 124.5mm (like 140mm square fans) and TY-147 & TY-143 have 105mm hole spacing like 120mm square fans).

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My guess is stock fan will give you good temps. If you want higher perfromance/speed fan then TY-143 is a simple swap. Changing to NF-A14 is not because it uses mounting holes spaced 124.5mm (like 140mm square fans) and TY-147 & TY-143 have 105mm hole spacing like 120mm square fans).
Well I already have the Noctua so I figured I'd give it a go on there, thanks for the heads up on the fan mount though. Worst case I use the stock one on the heatsink and Noctua somewhere else.

Edit: just had a thought, maybe I could make the cryorig fan clips work on the TS140, I know the Cryorig clips work.

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