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How do you like those UpHere fans? My Riings are starting to get noisy...
 

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How do you like those UpHere fans? My Riings are starting to get noisy...
Have you considered Fractal Design Primas? If you get the AL120s, PWM variant, they have good static pressure, and good sound characteristics. And the RGB is daisy chain, so you can run the lights off the motherboard without needing extra control boxes and software, outside of mobo RGB software of course. Just don't accidentally get the 3-pin non-PWM version, static pressure drops from 2.7mm/H20 down to 1.3 on those.
 

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Good to know (those are new to me), but they look like there would be a large amount of leakage around the round frame. It would be going on a pair of 3x 140 rads...

And, OOF that price...
 

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How do you like those UpHere fans? My Riings are starting to get noisy...
The first sets I purchased a year (maybe two) are decent. They are not very loud and seem to do a good job. I am by no means a noise expert and my wife calls me deaf all the time.

Now the last set I purchased a few months back (the ones on the vertical rad), and those are extremely loud compared to the original batch.
 

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Yeah, that sounds about right. Great cheap fans quality level goes to heck when they get popular.
 

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Good to know (those are new to me), but they look like there would be a large amount of leakage around the round frame. It would be going on a pair of 3x 140 rads...

And, OOF that price...
I got a bunch of Phanteks PH-F140MP v2 fans for use with 2 x 420mm HWLabs radiators... so far I'm very pleased with their sound profile. I have pretty sensitive hearing and I can only start to here them around 800 or 850 RPM. I've been very pleased with them... after I get my case built and all the stuff mounted I'll give an update too.
 

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Nice! Those and the Artic P14's have always been on the list, I think simple and industrial will go with most cases.
 

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Ryzen 9 5950X
ASUS ROG Crosshair Viii Dark Hero
Nvidia RTX 3900 FE
G.Skill 64 GB Trident Z Royal DDR4-3600MHz CL14-15-15-35
Seasonic TX-1000
Western Digital SN850 1TB
Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus 2TB
Crucial MX500 SSD 2TB
Western Digital 10TB WD100EMAZ
10 x Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM fans

Audio:
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DAC/AMP RME ADI-2 DAC
Beyerdynamic DT-990 Edition 250 Ohm

Watercooling:
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TechN CPU waterblock
EKWB EK-Quantum Vector FE RTX 3090
1 x Watercool Heatkiller Rad 360-S
2 x Watercool Heatkiller Rad 360-L
Aquacomputer D5 Next pump
Aquacomputer High Flow Next
Aquacomputer Leakshield
Aquacomputer ULTITUBE D5 150 PRO reservoir
Aquacomputer DP Ultra water
Bykski fittings
Barrow and Bykski copper tubes


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I currently have it disassembled, here is a pic of it. Have the pump res combo behind the motherboard tray.


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Going to test drive a 5900X, going to push the snot out of it. If this cooling system can handle a 600-700 watt 9980X it can handle a 5900X.
Wow, you will have to post your temps. I have 5900x, it takes some definite tuning as it will take all the power you can give it with power limits and all that
 

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Wow, you will have to post your temps. I have 5900x, it takes some definite tuning as it will take all the power you can give it with power limits and all that
Will do, I am just waiting on the damn AM4 brackets so I can use the Heatkiller IV Pro block. I might get impatient and just put in the swiftech block I have in the closet since it has the AM4 brackets.

That is all I need to get this build going.

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Wow, you will have to post your temps. I have 5900x, it takes some definite tuning as it will take all the power you can give it with power limits and all that
I just went ahead and installed the swiftech block and am not happy with the temp. With just XMP enabled (don't have time to tuned the memory at the moment, on X299 I had it at 4000 CL15-15-15) and PBO turned on during CB20 my cores settle at 4.450 all core giving me a 8700 score. CCD 0 is maxes out at 71 and ccd 1 74. Going to tweak further, going to see how far I can push the cores with a manual oc at 1.35 vcore.
 

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I like having some window to see the coolant / bubble situation, but that's beautiful!
 

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I just finished my Desk PC build . I cut out the front panel to install 8x 120mm fan +added Demciflex filters ( by default it was restrictive mesh panel and only 6x120mm fan)
For now only one 360*30 x-flow rad for CPU ,but water temps are alarming ( Idle 34C in 29C room , and 45C water in game ) . The reason is : VGA(3080) dumping 340W heat and the radiator fans are working with hot air. I ordered now a second rad to the other side , where it can draw fresh air from the front fans . VGA block and 2nd pump is a fortune, so i will water the card in a half year .

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