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Airman if you test with the noctura fans can you also test the other way with the phantecks fans on the d14

 

That way you will be able to work out a few things.

ie. If the d14 cools worse, then the noctura fans are better which also means the phanteks cooler is better designed. That would also mean the phanteks cooler would cool even better. Or this could happen the other way round ect

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Airman if you test with the noctura fans can you also test the other way with the phantecks fans on the d14

 

That way you will be able to work out a few things.

ie. If the d14 cools worse, then the noctura fans are better which also means the phanteks cooler is better designed. That would also mean the phanteks cooler would cool even better. Or this could happen the other way round ect

 

Understood, I should have time to knock that out tonight.

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4 of these coolers are now up for grabs in the OCC Christmas contest :)

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Understood, I should have time to knock that out tonight.

 

I look forward to those results...

 

4 of these coolers are now up for grabs in the OCC Christmas contest :)

 

YES!!! I'd love to win one of those! ... or an entire i7-965 system... That would work too, lolol.

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4 of these coolers are now up for grabs in the OCC Christmas contest :)

 

Sweet!

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Awesome performance, but its XXXL size won't fit in my case, lol.-

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Okay - here's what I found. I went ahead and re-ran all tests for consistency. At 24°C ambient, the unofficial results are:

 

Stock Idle, Stock Load, Overclocked Idle, Overclocked Load

 

Noctua NH-D14

2x Noctua fans, 65CFM - 35, 53, 37, 66

2x Phanteks fans, 78CFM - 34, 52, 36, 64

 

Phanteks PH-TC14PE

2x Noctua fans, 65CFM - 33, 54, 36, 62

2x Phanteks fans, 78CFM - 33, 53, 35, 61

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Virtually no difference with the different fans, but still, a couple degrees here and there can really add up.

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Okay - here's what I found. I went ahead and re-ran all tests for consistency. At 24°C ambient, the unofficial results are:

 

Stock Idle, Stock Load, Overclocked Idle, Overclocked Load

 

Noctua NH-D14

2x Noctua fans, 65CFM - 35, 53, 37, 66

2x Phanteks fans, 78CFM - 34, 52, 36, 64

 

Phanteks PH-TC14PE

2x Noctua fans, 65CFM - 33, 54, 36, 62

2x Phanteks fans, 78CFM - 33, 53, 35, 61

Thanks that's a pretty nice unofficial comparison and in your opinion which is more pleasant to hear or rather not hear, fan that is.

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