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RE: CPU Temp. Issue :( - 11/21/2005 4:47:24 AM   
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It seems the the Tt fans are more silent and have higher CFM, so they are better.

Sorry, in the beginning I thought it was about 120mm fans but it is 80mm.

Keep on mind that you won't have then to maximum since the noise levels will be even more than your 26dB, at 31dB, this is a great difference, but if you don't care about noise...

The CFM for the Tt is close to 47 while yours at 19, so even with the Tt working a little lower, for less noise, I think the CFM would be much more than the 19, probably more than 30. In that case you'll have better air flow in your case. However don't expect too much difference for your CPU temprature. I saw in a picture you rosted it was close to 35 degrees. This is very good.

yeah .. but it will do alot of difference for the Motherboard and case temprature :)
so .. it worth it ..
also I wanna get a new HSF for my cpu but I dont know which ..
some of the large 120mm are either too big and cover 1 of my memory slots .. or are too heavy for this motherboard ...


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RE: CPU Temp. Issue :( - 11/21/2005 4:57:05 AM   
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Yes, it probably make a difference..., its up to you after all.

Do you have any specific on mind?


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RE: CPU Temp. Issue :( - 11/21/2005 5:55:36 AM   
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Yes, it probably make a difference..., its up to you after all.

Do you have any specific on mind?


for the cpu coolin' ? I was thinkin about the big typhoon .. but if its too big or too heavy .. or too complicated\hard to install I wont get it ..

as for the case ventalation I was thinkin about this :
THERMALTAKE A1873 - 4 Channel 8025 VR Fan Kit with 3.5” control  :)

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RE: CPU Temp. Issue :( - 11/21/2005 8:40:14 AM   
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This TT is great choice....althoug i would still rather buy some 120mm fans (to get much more air inside the case @ much lower noise)...but I know that case design can be a problem here...so in case that you cant install 120mm fans...just go with 80mm ones (like you have any other choice,huh )...

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RE: CPU Temp. Issue :( - 11/21/2005 9:14:51 AM   
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This TT is great choice....althoug i would still rather buy some 120mm fans (to get much more air inside the case @ much lower noise)...but I know that case design can be a problem here...so in case that you cant install 120mm fans...just go with 80mm ones (like you have any other choice,huh )...


well .. I can also put the 4 I already have as well 2 other and the extra 4 TT in my case and it will be like a storm inside ;)

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RE: CPU Temp. Issue :( - 11/21/2005 12:36:05 PM   
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ROTFL!!!

Just dont be anywhere close when you power it up then....it may pull you inside the case...and drop you out through PSU....

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RE: CPU Temp. Issue :( - 11/21/2005 3:32:31 PM   
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That's why I gived the link to the article with the air flow direction. More fans is not always the best you can have for your case.


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RE: CPU Temp. Issue :( - 11/21/2005 4:21:47 PM   
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That's why I gived the link to the article with the air flow direction. More fans is not always the best you can have for your case.


well .. I wont go crazy like the one in that link you gave me ..
2 in the front .. 2 in the back ... 1 on the door ..
but I really wanna add 1 on the top of the case to take air out .. since hot air rises ..

PS. I will get you some pictures and data on temp. once Im done ! :)


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RE: CPU Temp. Issue :( - 12/2/2005 12:46:22 PM   
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If you have your case open, as you said in another thread, then there is no great demand for 5 fans. If you are planning to close the case then this is different.


Well .. its closed .. it was open when I had temp. problems .. but since I fixed it I kept it closed ...

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RE: CPU Temp. Issue :( - 12/2/2005 2:45:20 PM   
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There is alot of dust when its open, although its better.


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