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  1. Posts : 5,816
    Win 11 Pro (x64) 21H2
       #721

    gettheclicker said:
    A little bit of both. 90% of the noise is from the AIO fans. They are 7500 rpm and no matter what program I use I can't slow them down any lower than 2500rpm unless I use the ZERO rpm setting in iCue.
    What AIO is that with those fans running at 7500 RPM??? I didn't think any 120 or 140mm fans spun that fast!

    rvcjew said:
    Those fans should be only 1600rpm max if they are the included ones. Are they different fans (Delta's?) ? I would perhaps try plugging them direct to your mother board headers and using its software or something like speedfan to control them.
    Agree, plug them into the motherboard to tune them down. And I'm questioning the 7500 RPM claim.
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  2. Posts : 376
    Windows 10 Pro
       #722

    Yeah I replaced the included fans with some heavy duty straight from china mining fans. Even speed fan can't get them lower than 2500 rpm. There's literally no software that can calm these things down any lower. It really doesn't bother me, it's kind of like sleeping with a box fan in the room which my fiance' loves.

    Corsair H150i Pro using 3 of these big boys
    7500RPM Cooling Fan Replacement 4-pin Connector For Antminer Bitmain 120 x 120mm | eBay


    Here they are in action, kind of.
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  3. Posts : 235
    Win 10 Pro x64
       #723

    gettheclicker said:
    Yeah I replaced the included fans with some heavy duty straight from china mining fans. Even speed fan can't get them lower than 2500 rpm. There's literally no software that can calm these things down any lower. It really doesn't bother me, it's kind of like sleeping with a box fan in the room which my fiance' loves.

    Corsair H150i Pro using 3 of these big boys
    7500RPM Cooling Fan Replacement 4-pin Connector For Antminer Bitmain 120 x 120mm | eBay
    Ah yeah those are basically rebrands of these 7500RPM Cooling Fan Replacement 4-pin Connector For Antminer Bitmain S9 S7 | eBay which wont start without a bit of power and wont run below the 2500 as the power it would take the motor can't spin at. If they spun down below that they would not start up again without more juice then is required to spin at say 2000rpm. Those can pull about 5 amps at full bore so should only be powered with sata anyways which you are doing though your pump. Had a buddy that had three of those on one header of a standard mobo and blew it out.
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  4. Posts : 208
    Windows 10 21H2
       #724

    LOL

    Seems like I've been humbled. My computer doesn't have no fancy-schmancy RGB lighting nor water cooling nor an aircraft hanger full of fans

    But I enjoy the maximum graphics....

    Show off your PC [2]-img_20200307_201659.jpg
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  5. Posts : 376
    Windows 10 Pro
       #725

    And you thought the tower was overkill... wait till I get a pic of the screens lol
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  6. Posts : 5,816
    Win 11 Pro (x64) 21H2
       #726

    gettheclicker said:
    Yeah I replaced the included fans with some heavy duty straight from china mining fans. Even speed fan can't get them lower than 2500 rpm. There's literally no software that can calm these things down any lower. It really doesn't bother me, it's kind of like sleeping with a box fan in the room which my fiance' loves.

    Corsair H150i Pro using 3 of these big boys
    7500RPM Cooling Fan Replacement 4-pin Connector For Antminer Bitmain 120 x 120mm | eBay
    Your system, your money, so pardon the ask.... why in god's name would you replace the Corsair H150i stock fans with those!!!

    I'm sorry, but those fan are nowhere near better than the stock fans that came with the H150i. Are you that overclocked that you need that much air? Man those have got to be to loudest 120mm fans on earth.

    Sorry, I don't mean to criticize your choice but those weren't a good replacement for the stock fans unless you really intended to have that much air pushed.
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  7. Posts : 5,816
    Win 11 Pro (x64) 21H2
       #727

    Frabnkhs said:
    LOL

    Seems like I've been humbled. My computer doesn't have no fancy-schmancy RGB lighting nor water cooling nor an aircraft hanger full of fans
    Yayyyyy ...
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  8. Posts : 376
    Windows 10 Pro
       #728

    I still have the original fans but at the time I was using an 8350 working on a stable 5.0ghz overclock, ok so it wasn't entirely stable but it wasn't overheating at all. I don't run these jet engines at full speed unless I plan on leaving the room for a while just to see how cold I can get the CPU. 14c btw.

    I can't get another picture to upload so the screens are 32" 55" 32" all 4k with the main 55" gaming at 3840x2160
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  9. Posts : 5,816
    Win 11 Pro (x64) 21H2
       #729

    rvcjew said:
    Those can pull about 5 amps at full bore so should only be powered with sata anyways which you are doing though your pump. Had a buddy that had three of those on one header of a standard mobo and blew it out.
    If that's the case, I can see the AIO burning out due to the power draw of those 3 fans. I'm sorry, gettheclicker, but you might seriously consider going back to the Corsair ML stock fans over those. Better fans. Quieter fans. Less power draw.

    But gain - your system, your money.

    Peace:)
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  10. Posts : 235
    Win 10 Pro x64
       #730

    sygnus21 said:
    If that's the case, I can see the AIO burning out due to the power draw of those 3 fans. I'm sorry, gettheclicker, but you might seriously consider going back to the Corsair ML stock fans over those. Better fans. Quieter fans. Less power draw.

    But gain - your system, your money.

    Peace:)
    The pump and fans both look to be off the sata plug and the only mobo header used is for the tach, fans are in icue. So so if it's mostly pasthrough then it's probably okay at 2500rpm but I would keep it mostly around there and not higher.

    A NF-F12 for reference is 12v at .05a and That fan shows 12v 5a. I agree that the stock's are probably just as good for the purpose with less noise and power, the delta's have bad static pressure but you just overcome it with cfm I suppose, and perhaps some hearing loss , and I thought my case with 6x NF-12's was to loud lol.
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