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post #40 of (permalink) Old 02-05-2019, 04:04 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Abula View Post
This is my experience with NH-D15S + GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS MASTER + i9 9900K (Stock @4.7ghz) running Aida64 for 20min on each run (all fans are running at max speed)

Nice work!
I'm surprised TY-143 didn't do better. Is it safe to assume the air temp into D15S was monitored and the same for both NF-A15 and TY-143 test runs? I assumed NH-D15 / NH-D15S would perform similar to NH_D14, and NH-D14 w/ 1x TY-143 @1200rpm vs 2500rpm was 9.35c difference and with 2x TY-143 1200rpm vs 2500rpm was 8.25c difference. I know NF-A15 are 1500rpm, but 300rpm usually is only a degree or two different. Test data attached.
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