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Yeah, they're 165 CFM, they're loud at 100%. That's why you undervolt and set a custom fan curve. Mine run at 20% until 85c slowly increase to 35% by 95c and I haven't heard them ramp up outside when I bench at 1.4v+ for HWBOT.

They make 2000RPM industrials that are quieter than the 3000s if you want to get those. The 2000s can undervolt to a slower RPM but they're the same price. I'd just get the 3000s and under volt them, they undervolt just fine to inaudible levels.

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95c seems very hot for a CPU.

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Yeah? It's an 8 core at ~1.4-1.45v on an anemic 280 AIO. It's gonna be hot.

I only run that voltage for however long it takes to run a benchmark, then I'm down to 1.3v.

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
Yeah? It's an 8 core at ~1.4-1.45v on an anemic 280 AIO. It's gonna be hot.

I only run that voltage for however long it takes to run a benchmark, then I'm down to 1.3v.
True, I am running a 360 and 140 so if I hit 95c something is off haha.

I currently have 2 ML140's however they seem to be super loud like a loud buzzing. Im not sure if this is normal for the fan however thats why I am asking.

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Outside the case means much more direct noise...I'd get decoupling mount on the radiator (usually for pumps) and dampening shroud for fans (especially if going for 2000+rpm...reminiscent of jet engine for my 2150rpm gentle typhoons on 30fpi rad)
As for quietness, Noctua A12X25 has really great performance per decibel (they also sell 120mm to 140mm adapter).
It bumps the silence rpm range from 700 of other fans to 1300, tolerable until 1600, then just fan noise @2000, no annoying vibration/resonance. It's on XSPC RX rad (thick, low fpi) though, so thinner denser fins may amplify the noise.
If you're going for push/pull, I highly recommend HWLabs Nemesis 140 GTX. It's rated to be best push/pull 140mm rad here:
https://www.xtremerigs.net/2015/11/1...ator-review/6/
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Outside the case means much more direct noise...I'd get decoupling mount on the radiator (usually for pumps) and dampening shroud for fans (especially if going for 2000+rpm...reminiscent of jet engine for my 2150rpm gentle typhoons on 30fpi rad)
As for quietness, Noctua A12X25 has really great performance per decibel (they also sell 120mm to 140mm adapter).
It bumps the silence rpm range from 700 of other fans to 1300, tolerable until 1600, then just fan noise @2000, no annoying vibration/resonance. It's on XSPC RX rad (thick, low fpi) though, so thinner denser fins may amplify the noise.
If you're going for push/pull, I highly recommend HWLabs Nemesis 140 GTX. It's rated to be best push/pull 140mm rad here:
https://www.xtremerigs.net/2015/11/1...ator-review/6/
Thats the RAD I have currently. I'll try to record the noise so you get a better idea of what I am talking about.

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Nothing wrong with an external mount at all. If you do it right, it can still look clean and sexy. See below. No idea why it oriented sideways.
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