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|12th May 2004, 13:45||#11|
Join Date: May 2002
hello nintari , thanks for dropping by,
check the link in my previous post for more reviews, not everyone experienced this "ringing" though.
|12th May 2004, 14:14||#12|
Join Date: Apr 2004
What a gigantic thing. There's not to much difference between the temperatures? I should take the sp-94. Yeah and 1 kg is very much imo.
|12th May 2004, 18:41||#13|
the vibration came from the fan included with the Hyper 6, I used another fan and did not have any problems. I also have plenty of clearance on the case so the heat sink is not touching anything.
But the vibration can only be heard when you have all other fans running silent.
|16th May 2004, 21:41||#17|
great reviewing, great writing.
- the Hyper6 works with heatpipes, they only start to work very good at high temperatures. too bad they only start to function like they should at a temperature that CPU's can't bear. you should try aircooling a TEC with it
- the fan makes a rattling noise at low speed because of the bearing. I've had another coolermaster rifle bearing fan, it's got the same problem
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