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01-19-2020 10:08 AM
ciarlatano
Quote: Originally Posted by mark11 View Post
Hi guys!

choosing between True Spirit 140 and True Spirit 140 Power for Ryzen 3900X - which is better in terms of max. cooling performance?

I also have the option of choosing DeepCool Lucifier V2 + two TY-143,
what do you think about it? Will it perform worse than True Spirit + two TY-143 ?
Lucifer V2 would get a pass from me. Not a particularly good cooler - https://www.silentpcreview.com/Scyth...ool_Lucifer_V2
01-18-2020 02:49 PM
doyll
Quote: Originally Posted by mark11 View Post
Hi guys!

choosing between True Spirit 140 and True Spirit 140 Power for Ryzen 3900X - which is better in terms of max. cooling performance?

I also have the option of choosing DeepCool Lucifier V2 + two TY-143,
what do you think about it? Will it perform worse than True Spirit + two TY-143 ?
TRUE Spirit 140 Power has most cooling abliity, just be sure you have room for a cooler that is 171mm tall and 155mm wide, fins reach 77.5mm each side of center CPU. Using 2 fans on cooler gives only 1-2c lower temps at full fan speed. Two fans are about 3dB louder than one, but cooler performsthe sameat same dB. Only time 2x fans is better cooling is at full speed, and we don't run them that fast but rarely if ever. Also keep in mind you will need similar fans to TY-143 for case if you use TY-143 on cooler.

What case will you be using?
01-18-2020 02:29 PM
mark11 Hi guys!

choosing between True Spirit 140 and True Spirit 140 Power for Ryzen 3900X - which is better in terms of max. cooling performance?

I also have the option of choosing DeepCool Lucifier V2 + two TY-143,
what do you think about it? Will it perform worse than True Spirit + two TY-143 ?
12-18-2019 03:35 PM
lightsout
Quote: Originally Posted by doyll View Post
What about a exhaust fan on outside with a grill on it like in below link?
https://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/finge...E&gclsrc=aw.ds
That way if you made a duct from cooler to back all air out rear vent would be coming through fan. Duct could be made from file folder cut, formed, put together with glue stick and painted with spray paint as shown in below link.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/22919853-post17.html
I would rather just get a new cooler. Don't really like the idea of the fan being that far from the cooler. I am doing ok right now with the fan modded, but may get a True Spirit 140 Power in the futre and put the fan in the rear.
12-18-2019 12:08 PM
doyll
Quote: Originally Posted by lightsout View Post
I don't even have room to put a rear case fan with this cooler (Thermaltake Core V21 0
What about a exhaust fan on outside with a grill on it like in below link?
https://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/finge...E&gclsrc=aw.ds
That way if you made a duct from cooler to back all air out rear vent would be coming through fan. Duct could be made from file folder cut, formed, put together with glue stick and painted with spray paint as shown in below link.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/22919853-post17.html
12-18-2019 11:42 AM
lightsout
Quote: Originally Posted by doyll View Post
That fan shroud fits onto back of cooler and onto rear case exhaust fan mounted on inside of rear case vent.
I don't even have room to put a rear case fan with this cooler (Thermaltake Core V21 0
12-18-2019 10:23 AM
doyll
Quote: Originally Posted by lightsout View Post
Thats cool that it is an option, but with a toddler an externally mounted fan would be a bad idea, plus its fugly. RIght now I have the housing of the fan shaved down and not so tall ram can fit.
That fan shroud fits onto back of cooler and onto rear case exhaust fan mounted on inside of rear case vent.
12-17-2019 05:50 PM
lightsout
Quote: Originally Posted by deepor View Post
There's the two-tower air cooler designs that should work fine. Those don't have the problem because you can use them without a front fan, with just a single fan in the middle position. The fin stacks on those two-tower coolers are often cut a little at the bottom to not hit large RAM heatspreaders.

About the Macho and pull config, there was a fan duct accessory. Using that fan duct, you would mount a fan onto the rear fan spot of the case. It's this one here:

https://www.amazon.com/Thermalright-...dp/B00O24R9U4/

And there was another duct for 120mm fans.
Thats cool that it is an option, but with a toddler an externally mounted fan would be a bad idea, plus its fugly. RIght now I have the housing of the fan shaved down and not so tall ram can fit.
12-17-2019 04:51 PM
deepor
Quote: Originally Posted by lightsout View Post
So what do people do with air coolers and ram these days? I guess I could put it in pull config, but these fans are pretty low speed. Seems like a pain of a problem.

There's the two-tower air cooler designs that should work fine. Those don't have the problem because you can use them without a front fan, with just a single fan in the middle position. The fin stacks on those two-tower coolers are often cut a little at the bottom to not hit large RAM heatspreaders.

About the Macho and pull config, there was a fan duct accessory. Using that fan duct, you would mount a fan onto the rear fan spot of the case. It's this one here:

https://www.amazon.com/Thermalright-...dp/B00O24R9U4/

And there was another duct for 120mm fans.
12-17-2019 02:15 PM
lightsout
Quote: Originally Posted by doyll View Post
Not sure what you are asking but if you mean can fan be mounted on back of cooler pulling air out instead of on front pushing air in, then yes its will work fine.
Yeah talking about putting the fan at the rear in a pull config. Should eliminate any ram issues. I can't do it with my current cooler as its too fat and there is no room for a rear fan.
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