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post #31 of 56 (permalink) Old 09-19-2019, 03:36 PM - Thread Starter
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By the way these days i was in contact by email with the Be-quiet technical department and after the guy read this thread he told me he was going to discuss the problem with the Product Manager about the issue....
I will let you know if they give me any update

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Quote: Originally Posted by poliacido View Post
thanks for the tips
my friend had years ago a TR archon (installed by me )but honestly i didn't like it aesthetically so much even if it was performing really good for an old core2quad...
Here on amazon.it the True spirits is sold for 63€, how does it perform compared to a NH-D15?? As soon i get my refund from amazon my budget will be around 80-90€ at max but i can spend a bit less also

I was looking for the NH D15 too but legrandmacho is about the same price of the noctua
If you open the link I gave you in post you quoted here there are many review test results posted there.


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Quote: Originally Posted by doyll View Post
If you open the link I gave you in post you quoted here there are many review test results posted there.


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you should find TRUE Spirit 140 Power for about €44 plus about €9-10.
i found it on alternate.it heastink+shipping for 56€
honestly i prefer spend 6-7€ more and buy it directly from amazon just for their customer service

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i found it on alternate.it heastink+shipping for 56€
honestly i prefer spend 6-7€ more and buy it directly from amazon just for their customer service
56€ is not a bad price and I understand buying from known e-tailer. Is it safe to assume 56€ is much less than DRP4 or NH-D15 costs there?

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Quote: Originally Posted by doyll View Post
56€ is not a bad price and I understand buying from known e-tailer. Is it safe to assume 56€ is much less than DRP4 or NH-D15 costs there?
yes the DRP4 and the D15 costs from 80 to 90€
Also the legrandmacho costs about 85

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Quote: Originally Posted by poliacido View Post
yes the DRP4 and the D15 costs from 80 to 90€
Also the legrandmacho costs about 85
Le Grand Macho is very good, but TRUE Spirit 140 Power cools as well or better, especially with a hi-performance (much louder) fan .. and takes up less space even if it is a little wider and taller.

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Quote: Originally Posted by doyll View Post
Le Grand Macho is very good, but TRUE Spirit 140 Power cools as well or better, especially with a hi-performance (much louder) fan .. and takes up less space even if it is a little wider and taller.
But, doesn't the LGMRT fare better in low noise applications? I haven't tested them, but seem to recall a number of users stating that.

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But, doesn't the LGMRT fare better in low noise applications? I haven't tested them, but seem to recall a number of users stating that.
Some reviews show LGM cooling better,but they show NH-D15 as good or slightly better then LGM, and TRUE Spirit 140 is definitely as good as D-15. Both Thermalrights use same type and speed range fans so same basic airflow and noise levels at same at same RPM.
Problem trying to compare cooler is all getting as good a seat on CPU they are being tested on. Slight differences in base convex and IHS concave/convex pairing up can easily result with 3-5c difference in cooling between coolers, but when same coolers are tested on different CPU with different fit that 3-5c can be in the opposite direction.

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Quote: Originally Posted by doyll View Post
Le Grand Macho is very good, but TRUE Spirit 140 Power cools as well or better, especially with a hi-performance (much louder) fan .. and takes up less space even if it is a little wider and taller.
little update: i got the money back and i bought the true Spirit Power
I bought it from amz so if it doesn't fit the case.. or it doesn't work properly like the DRP4 i have 30 days to send it back no problem

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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.

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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

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