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06-26-2019 04:31 AM
doyll
Quote: Originally Posted by Owterspace View Post
How do you like TY-143SQ? I wouldn't mind getting some..

Now, if they made TY-143B SQ I wouldn't have any hesitation and five would be ordered
I use TY-143 on PH-TC14PE and TY-140 front and bottom intakes in old modified Define R2 case. Cooler's TY-143 idle at a little below 600rpm and only time they run above 1200rpm is when doing a shock and awe by turning all fans off for about 5 minute to make CPU heat up to about 80c, then back on when the TY-143s' spin up to near full speed gradually slowing down to about 1500rpm in 1st minute, before starting to slow down for about another minute to about 1350rpm, then back to normal 11-1200rpm in about another minute .. all while CPU is at 100% load. The shock and awe is the extreme noise for about a minute before they start slowing down .. and how fast cooler brings temps down, and of course that slows fans too. It's kinda amazing how it only takes a couple minutes to cool down CPU from 80c to it's normal 65c at 100% load temp.

Short answer, I like them a lot. It's why I kept suggesting got years to Thermalright to make square versions of TY-14x series fans. I've used upwards of 200+ of original TY-14x fans over the years in builds on coolers and as case fans, sometimes squaring the rounded sides and using adapter mounting plates I made to mount them to 140mm fan openings before Thermalright made square models.

Here are links to cutting round sides flat and pattern for 105mm hole spacing of 120mm fans & TY14x fans to 124mm hole spacing of 140mm fans

https://www.overclock.net/forum/23389814-post36.html

https://www.overclock.net/forum/23207921-post23.html
06-25-2019 05:28 PM
Owterspace How do you like TY-143SQ? I wouldn't mind getting some..

Now, if they made TY-143B SQ I wouldn't have any hesitation and five would be ordered
06-25-2019 06:15 AM
doyll
Quote: Originally Posted by Owterspace View Post
I like the idea of TY143B. 1800 rpm is a good balance, if you know what 2500 rpm sounds like

Id get a few, 90cfm is still pretty decent, and would more than likely find a home in my case as either intake or exhaust, or both..
I've used TY-143 many times in situations that they never ran faster than 1500-1800rpm because TY140, TY-147, etc. couldn't quite keep up to airflow demands at full load. Never had any problems with them.

I bought a case of half TY-143SQ and half TY-147SQ fans shortly after they came out and still have about half of them.
06-23-2019 11:34 AM
Owterspace I like the idea of TY143B. 1800 rpm is a good balance, if you know what 2500 rpm sounds like

Id get a few, 90cfm is still pretty decent, and would more than likely find a home in my case as either intake or exhaust, or both..
06-23-2019 11:08 AM
AlphaC That was smart of them.

If 1500RPM TY-147AQ that's on the Macho Rev C is sold separately it might make the older models with 1300RPM have an alternative fan upgrade other than going nuts with 2500RPM TY-143. There might be a TY-143B with 1800RPM max fan speed since that's on the T8.

The square framed TY-145SP looks to be a decent fan as well, unlike the older TY SQ series it has the vibration dampeners and the rubberized corners on the fan. FDB Bearing is used on it but the tip to frame clearance looks on par with older style Thermalright fans so there's not been innovation in that regard. There's conflicting information from the English site as the JD page states 1800RPM rather than 1500RPM and so does the English site's image. I doubt the speed control IC and motor have significant improvements as the power consumption is 0.35A (Arctic P14 is 0.15A @ 1700RPM , Be Quiet Silent Wings 3 High speed is 0.14A @ 1600RPM, Pure Wings 2 PWM with rifle bearing is 0.20A @ 1600RPM, NF-A14 2000RPM is 0.18A , Phanteks PH-F140MP = 0.20A with 1500RPM , TY-147 = 0.20A @ 1300RPM).

http://www.thermalright.com/product/ty-145sp/

https://item.jd.com/45836775228.html
06-23-2019 11:05 AM
Owterspace
Quote: Originally Posted by doyll View Post
Indeed, Thermalright is having a hard time getting product to market because so few shops (on street or online) stock Thermalright products.
Which is odd, because at one time everyone knew that name, and wanted their stuff, now its just the old timers who know who they are.
06-23-2019 10:55 AM
doyll
Quote: Originally Posted by AlphaC View Post
I still don't see the appeal of the T6 , if you wanted an affordable <160mm 6 heatpipe cooler with decent fin area you could have had one for ages with the Macho or the smaller Scythe Mugen 5.


Availability is rather shoddy so really it's a difficult product for them to get to market.
You are comparing apples to oranges and peaches. They are all round fruit that grow on trees, but each tastes quite different. Macho and Mugen 5 are very different looking coolers to Silver Arrow.

Indeed, Thermalright is having a hard time getting product to market because so few shops (on street or online) stock Thermalright products.
06-23-2019 10:50 AM
Fullereneshift
Quote: Originally Posted by AlphaC View Post
I still don't see the appeal of the T6 , if you wanted an affordable <160mm 6 heatpipe cooler with decent fin area you could have had one for ages with the Macho or the smaller Scythe Mugen 5.


Availability is rather shoddy so really it's a difficult product for them to get to market.
Silver Arrow T6 is no longer on Tmall/JD has been moved to the discontinued section on their website. http://www.thermalright.com/product/silver-arrow-t6/
06-23-2019 10:33 AM
AlphaC I still don't see the appeal of the T6 , if you wanted an affordable <160mm 6 heatpipe cooler with decent fin area you could have had one for ages with the Macho or the smaller Scythe Mugen 5.


Availability is rather shoddy so really it's a difficult product for them to get to market.
06-23-2019 10:18 AM
doyll Silver Arrow T8 appears to basically be a stripped down Silver Arrow IB-E without caps on ends of heatpipes and a single 600-1800rpm fan (TY-143B). I have not tested one but I'm betting it will perform the same too, just have a slightly different curve than IB-E with 2x TY-147 1300rpm fans, but basically the same cooling ability with 1800rpm fan possibly giving a degree or two lower temp at full speed.
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