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Old 04-24-2014, 04:02 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Here's the case I'm working with. Anyone recommend a good fan manufacturer for 80mm?

Already has a 140mm and 2 120mm.

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Old 04-24-2014, 04:52 PM   #42 (permalink)
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Noctua sells just fans as well, same as that brown one in that case. I believe they are a pretty high end brand. Also if you can, go with the largest fan you can fit, it seems like the larger fan I put the quieter it is, and even when it's running wide open it's more of a woosh than a high rpm whine. I have a monster sized 230mm in the front of my case, takes up the entire front panel.
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Old 04-24-2014, 05:45 PM   #43 (permalink)
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their logo is an owl? i wonder if they use the same silencing feature as an owl does too.
Actually they do: Noctua.at Imageviewer NF-F12 PWM They direct the air in such a way as to reduce turbulence and noise.

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Here's the case I'm working with. Anyone recommend a good fan manufacturer for 80mm?

Already has a 140mm and 2 120mm.

http://img.hexus.net/v2/chassis/Cors...D/250D-11b.jpg
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Noctua.at - sound-optimised premium components "Designed in Austria"!

Ordinarily I would avoid 80s because small fans are noisey, but noctua has probably found a way around that too.

Having said that though, if you have enough intake, don't worry about exhaust, the air will find it's own way out.

The most important thing is to have more intake than exhaust so you can control where the air is coming from (preferably filtered intakes that will catch dust and keep your system running cooler for longer)
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Old 04-28-2014, 02:57 AM   #44 (permalink)
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thermal paste could also have not been applied properly or mabey has come unbonded from the heatsinc.
You were kind of correct. I ended up having to delid the chip and replacing the ihs paste with arctic silver 5, no more throttling(and no more warranty)
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You were kind of correct. I ended up having to delid the chip and replacing the ihs paste with arctic silver 5, no more throttling(and no more warranty)
ouch, I'd be scared to death to do that since that crap they put on there is more like glue than it is thermal paste.
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ouch, I'd be scared to death to do that since that crap they put on there is more like glue than it is thermal paste.
Actually, this has been a problem for Intel Core processors as of late. Intel in the third generation moved from soldering the heat spreader to the core to using TIM. This has reduced the overclocking headroom and is why liquid cooling solutions aren't effective as they should be. (article)
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reading all this makes me want to go home and stress test my chip and check the temps

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Alright guys.. looking at CPUs today. Are there any major differences between the various Gen 4 Core i5s besides wattage and operating speed?
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Alright guys.. looking at CPUs today. Are there any major differences between the various Gen 4 Core i5s besides wattage and operating speed?
there's more than one gen 4 i5? I thought there was only the locked and unlocked versions? Then again, I did buy mine like 3 months after they released.
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there's more than one gen 4 i5? I thought there was only the locked and unlocked versions? Then again, I did buy mine like 3 months after they released.
They all look pretty similar with the exception of the i5-4570T.

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