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post #941 of 993 (permalink) Old 11-28-2019, 03:42 PM - Thread Starter
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When was this move? Any sources/announcements?
I wondered about that statement myself. While Thermalright has 3 websites (www.thermalright.de, www.thermalright.com & www.thermalright-china.com) I have seen nothing anywhere about them moving their main offices from Taiwan to China.

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I did try my LGMRT is passive mode once. Had the system on a bench, and my cpu at a solid 4ghz and it ran just fine. I didn’t run any stress tests but I did game on it and used it for a few hours. I have not tried with TS140P though. LGMRT can do fanless up to 90w iirc. TS140P has a 40w advantage over LGMRT.
True Spirit won't do as well passively since its fin spacing is much tighter.

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That’s what I assumed as well. I did run my x5690 @ stock for about 20 minutes with no fan, forgot to plug it in.. but @ stock clocks it was fine, just a few c warmer than normal. But it wasn’t really doing much. And I still have some cheapo case fans swirling some cobwebs around.

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Translates to a very quiet system .. assuming case has good airflow. Having surplus TDP means lower fan speeds are needed to keep everything cool.


Temps and noise are great already so I should just hold tight. Running things in a Core V21.

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Finally got my TS140 Power and I really like the mounting system. Feels very secure and is easy to mount. The fan on the other hand was a nightmare. Took me 30 min to get the stock fan for it mounted.

I did check the Noctua fan and I have enough room to drill some mounting holes in the frame for using the TS Clips for mounting so when I'm off work next I'll get the Noctua mounted in.

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So far even with Just the stock fan I'm very impressed with the TS140. Its able to handle a full tilt prime load on my 3600 @ 1.3v.

My old Cryorig H5 would keep me at 70c under normal loads but hammering it with prime Small FFT would reach as high as 93c under torture test with my Noctua at 2000+ RPM. The TS140 is able to bring that temp under control with 85c at only 1300rpm. The everyday temps aren't very different but the TS140 runs the same temps at lower fan RPM, 40g lower weight, and a much more solid mount system.

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Finally got my TS140 Power and I really like the mounting system. Feels very secure and is easy to mount. The fan on the other hand was a nightmare. Took me 30 min to get the stock fan for it mounted.

I did check the Noctua fan and I have enough room to drill some mounting holes in the frame for using the TS Clips for mounting so when I'm off work next I'll get the Noctua mounted in.
Yeah, the fan clips are somewhat challenging. For future reference, I suggest mounting fan on cooler a couple of times before installing cooler. I clip one side and hold fan toward other side of cooler while clipping other side. Newer model Thermalright coolers have much improved fan clips.


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So far even with Just the stock fan I'm very impressed with the TS140. Its able to handle a full tilt prime load on my 3600 @ 1.3v.

My old Cryorig H5 would keep me at 70c under normal loads but hammering it with prime Small FFT would reach as high as 93c under torture test with my Noctua at 2000+ RPM. The TS140 is able to bring that temp under control with 85c at only 1300rpm. The everyday temps aren't very different but the TS140 runs the same temps at lower fan RPM, 40g lower weight, and a much more solid mount system.
Sounds like times are good. Assuming this is R5 case, have you replaced the stock garbage fans with better ones? The stock fans have such low pressure rating that they move almost no air even at full speed through grill and filter restriction. Also I've found removing all PCIe back slot covers increases rear vent area around GPU and improves front to back airflow lowering both GPU and CPU temps. I didn't realize H5 was heavier cooler, but I'm not surprised.

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Yeah, the fan clips are somewhat challenging. For future reference, I suggest mounting fan on cooler a couple of times before installing cooler. I clip one side and hold fan toward other side of cooler while clipping other side. Newer model Thermalright coolers have much improved fan clips.



Sounds like times are good. Assuming this is R5 case, have you replaced the stock garbage fans with better ones? The stock fans have such low pressure rating that they move almost no air even at full speed through grill and filter restriction. Also I've found removing all PCIe back slot covers increases rear vent area around GPU and improves front to back airflow lowering both GPU and CPU temps. I didn't realize H5 was heavier cooler, but I'm not surprised.
Done all these things, looking at probably adding some air ducts too

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Done all these things, looking at probably adding some air ducts too
What is air temp into case vs into cooler with both CPU and GPU at full load?

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