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Hello

It seems that the new Noctua a12x25 are slightly better than the Gentle Typhoon
Quieter at equal speed for the same performance and so it would be possible to increase the rpm of the Noctua to have more performance with a "noise" equal to the GT

Currently, my GTs are around 700rpm (P/P), and I'm wondering if I could have more performance with the Noctua and for less noise or identical noise

What do you think ?

Thanks for your advice

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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 06-22-2019, 01:03 PM
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That information is readily available - https://www.techpowerup.com/review/n...x25-pwm/5.html

Essentially, you could run the Noctuas at 1000 rpm with the same dB rating as the GTs at 750 rpm.

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Thanks for the link

Dark side GT are the same than Scythe GT (same characteristic I suppose) ?

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They are the same fans. GTs are made by Nidec, were marketed by Scythe. Now available through Darkside and with the Nidec branding.

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They are the same fans. GTs are made by Nidec, were marketed by Scythe. Now available through Darkside

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Yes, you are right on Noctua A12x25. I am doing exactly what you are thinking (I can run fans at 1400rpm vs 1200rpm on GT2150). You can also look at the artic bionix p120/f120 if you want cheaper.
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Yes, you are right on Noctua A12x25. I am doing exactly what you are thinking (I can run fans at 1400rpm vs 1200rpm on GT2150). You can also look at the artic bionix p120/f120 if you want cheaper.
Ok, and you had a gain in performance (water temperature) or just a gain for the noise ?

Thanks

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Quote: Originally Posted by tistou77 View Post
Hello

It seems that the new Noctua a12x25 are slightly better than the Gentle Typhoon
Quieter at equal speed for the same performance and so it would be possible to increase the rpm of the Noctua to have more performance with a "noise" equal to the GT

Currently, my GTs are around 700rpm (P/P), and I'm wondering if I could have more performance with the Noctua and for less noise or identical noise

What do you think ?

Thanks for your advice
700 rpm push /pull is already overkill for most radiator (especially for your Mo-ra3 wich has very low fpi 9 or 10, i dont remember ), maybe on monsta (86mm thick with high dense fins) u would realize some benefit from 1000rpm fans . I would not waste money on new fans if the performance is the main factor. Better solution is : add more radiator surface.


I have Mo-ra 420 with 9x noctua nf a14pwm pull , max 700 rpm on full load . I tested with extra 4x 20cm fan on the push side , and the imporvement was like 1 - 2celsius . That rad isnt airflow restrictive at all . Im planning to buy another Mo-Ra in the future if i can find one cheap on used market

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If I can increase the rpm to have more performance, and keep quiet, it suits me

No room for a 2nd MORA

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More radiator will drop temperature not fan.

Explore chiller route or add internal radiator.

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