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Old 16-10-2006, 10:07 PM   #9
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Re: Scythe Infinity stock 46.5cfm fan vs TT 81cfm fan results

i didn't pay attention to shop names which one is Xcom
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Old 16-10-2006, 10:20 PM   #10
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Re: Scythe Infinity stock 46.5cfm fan vs TT 81cfm fan results

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i didn't pay attention to shop names which one is Xcom
if you go upstairs from the front on george street, turn right and go till you reach the end
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Old 17-10-2006, 12:55 AM   #11
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Re: Scythe Infinity stock 46.5cfm fan vs TT 81cfm fan results

955XE @15x266fsb = 4000Mhz stock speeds at 1.475v bios vcore (1.418v bios)

Scythe Infinity with 120x25mm Thermaltake 81cfm 0.40AMP fan

Bios value => Intel Desktop Utilities value (windows)
CPU idle = 71C => 49C
System Zone 1 idle = 38C => 33C
System Zone 2 idle = 32C => 31C

Intel Desktop Utilities value (windows)
CPU load = 77-79C
System Zone 1 load = 41-42C
System Zone 2 load = 32-34C

Room temp = 25.6C

Idle


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955XE @4000Mhz at 1.418v = ~200 watts

vs

E6700 @4605Mhz at 1.66v = ~197 watts
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Old 17-10-2006, 01:11 AM   #12
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Re: Scythe Infinity stock 46.5cfm fan vs TT 81cfm fan results

Good review Eva,

I take it the temps recorded are from an open bench setup or did you put it in a closed case? Do you have any plans to test with the fans oriented the other way round and what difference would you predict?

Looks like a very nice cooler I must admit.
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Old 17-10-2006, 01:29 AM   #13
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Re: Scythe Infinity stock 46.5cfm fan vs TT 81cfm fan results

Yeah open bench since I haven't used a pc case in nearly 4yrs for 4 out of 5 of my pcs

I think from all reviews i read, best temps is with fan blowing on wider length side of Scythe Infinity as pictured above
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Re: Scythe Infinity stock 46.5cfm fan vs TT 81cfm fan results

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Yeah open bench since I haven't used a pc case in nearly 4yrs for 4 out of 5 of my pcs
I should have guessed really!
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Old 17-10-2006, 02:29 AM   #15
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Re: Scythe Infinity stock 46.5cfm fan vs TT 81cfm fan results

955XE @16x266fsb = 4266Mhz stock speeds at 1.5v bios vcore (1.441v bios)

Scythe Infinity with 120x25mm Thermaltake 81cfm 0.40AMP fan

Bios value => Intel Desktop Utilities value (windows)
CPU idle = 74C => 51C
System Zone 1 idle = 39C => 34C
System Zone 2 idle = 31C => 31C

Intel Desktop Utilities value (windows)
CPU load = 79-80C
System Zone 1 load = 41-42C
System Zone 2 load = 32-33C

Room temp = 25.4C

Idle


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955XE @4266Mhz at 1.441v = ~220 watts
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Old 17-10-2006, 04:13 PM   #16
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Re: Scythe Infinity stock 46.5cfm fan vs TT 81cfm fan results

Time to test 120x38mm Delta 190cfm 3.0amp fan. Mounting done by trusty zip ties as pictured here.



Scythe Infinity with 120x38mm Delta 190cfm 3.0amp fan


Bios value => Intel Desktop Utilities value (windows)
CPU idle = 50-52C => 41C
System Zone 1 idle = 33-35C => 34C
System Zone 2 idle = 29-31C => 31C

Intel Desktop Utilities value (windows)
CPU load = 55-56C
System Zone 1 load = 37-38C
System Zone 2 load = 32-33C

Room temp = 26.8C

Idle


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955XE @ stock 3466Mhz at 1.275v quad stressprime load compare between

Scythe stock 120x25mm 46.5cfm fan
vs
Thermaltake 120x25mm 81cfm fan
vs
Delta 120x38mm 190cfm fan




I believe the system temps are higher on Delta due to the fan being more focused air flow being in the centre versus the TT 81cfm fan having a more even air flow which would help the mosfets under the Scythe Infinity heatsink.
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