I was able to squeeze an extra 100mhz out of my CPU with LGMRT vs TS140P.. With TS140P I could run linpack extreme at 4600, with LGMRT I could run linpack extreme at 4700. TS140P is an awesome cooler, and for fifty bucks you really cant go wrong. The cold plate on my LGMRT makes better contact than with TS140P. Ill have to bring it to work sometime and knock some of that convexity away on the mill. But right now I really don't care.
That is using TY143 on both. On TS140P I was also using TY147A as pull, it was good at lower fan speeds. With LGMRT I have a 120x38 @ 12v about 1-1.5mm away that is the rear case exhaust, and another directly above it that is exhausting, which is about .5-1mm from LGMRT. So both of my case exhaust are pulling on the hsf. Works really well. All of my case fans are 120x38. 1 intake and 1 exhaust run at 12v quietly, and the other 4 run at 7v, and 12v when its time to run unrealistic loads
Everyone should run fat fans, no more questions about airflow would be needed
3770K @ 4700 1.375v/Le Grand Macho RT/TY-143/TF8
Asus P8Z77-V/8GB G.Skill BBSE @ 1066 9-9-9-24 2T 1.65v
EVGA GTX 980 Classified @ 1480/2000/Asus Xonar Essence ST
Intel 545S 256 @ Raid 0, WD 1TB Black, Toshiba 1TB
Fractal Design Meshify C TG/6x 120x38 @ 7v-12v/CM Silent Pro M2 850
Last edited by Owterspace; 09-30-2019 at 06:52 PM.