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Phanteks PH-TC14PE - Ventilador de PC (0.15 A, 12 V, Color blanco, 1.25 kg, 150000 h, 140 x 159 x 171 mm)
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Altura del ventilador:25 mm, Flujo de aire:60,1-78,1 pcm, Velocidad de rotación:900-1200 rpm, Cojinete para ventilador:Rodamientos de equilibrio flotante de corriente ascendente, Características:Tecnología heat-pipe, Cold Plasma Spraying Coating (C.P.S.C) Technology, Consumo eléctrico:1.8 W, Material de disipación térmica:Base de cobre chapada en níquel con aluminio, Voltaje nominal:12 V, Nivel de Ruido:15.2 - 19 dBA, Presión de Aire:0.69-1.21 mm, Diámetro del ventilador:140 mm, Dimensiones del disipador térmico:160 mm x 140 mm x 134 mm, Compatible con:LGA775 Socket, LGA1156 Socket, Socket AM2, Socket AM2+, LGA1366 Socket, Socket AM3, LGA1155 Socket, LGA2011 Socket, Cant. de ventiladores:2, Voltaje nominal:0.15 A, Kit de montaje:Incluido
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Como inconveniente, el embalaje en que viene es bastante "cutre" provocando que algunas de las aletas viniesen algo dobladas. Esto se debería mejorar dado que es el disipador (hablando de aire) mejor valorado del mercado.
Tiene dos posiciones distintas del flujo de aire y se adapta tanto a Intel como AMD. Pasta térmica (incluída) excelente.
AVISO: Muy grande por lo que necesitarás una caja que también lo sea.
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I got fed up and ordered another fan thru amazon and got it in 3 days. However, the 2nd fan makes a chirping noise, which is very annoying.
Not happy with the customer service, and not happy that I had to pay for shipping to send back a dead fan.
It's working well now though, and hopefully will be even better when they FINALLY get around to shipping me my replacement fan.
--EDIT--I got a call from Phanteks today.
They apologized for the delays (still waiting for almost 3 weeks now on my original cooler fan to be shipped). Apparently, the Phanteks office was at a technology show, which caused the slowdown on my RMA. To make up for the delays, they are replacing my 2 bad fans and sending me an additional two fans for my case.
I was just hoping to save having to ship the 2nd fan back, so was a bit surprised at the generosity of Phanteks.
This is an excellent example of making a customer feel cared for and making up for a bad situation with bad timing.
A few things to keep in mind when buying this cooler:
As with any cooler this large, you have to be aware of potential RAM clearance issues. If your RAM is too tall, that could be a problem. The first fan will almost certainly cover the first couple of sticks of RAM, if not all of them. You will not be able to add, remove, or replace RAM with the cooler installed.
Another issue I ran into is I didn't realize the fans that come with it are "special." They are 140mm fans with 120mm hole placement. Meaning you cannot replace them with other 140mm fans without some light "modding" to get the included brackets to work. We put one of these in my brother's PC and bought fans that would go better with his PC's aesthetic and were thrown when we went to put the after-market fans on and realized what we had missed in the photos. We got the new fans to work, but it was a frustration. Not sure of the reason that Phanteks designed the fans this way other than to be proprietary. If that's the only reason, that plucks my nerves pretty bad. You could put 120mm fans on it and that would work, but they should at least include brackets that work with standard 140mm fans.
Overall, though, very nice.
The product itself comes with all the mounting brackets, two fans, an extra couple of soft strips for reducing vibration noises if you decide to add a third fan later, and some thermal paste (which actually works pretty okay). Installation is about what you'd expect. CPU cooler is always the biggest pain in the butt for a PC build. You'll need to apply some force, and you'll have to do it with a screwdriver (for an AM3+ socket, at least), so be careful. Don't want to send that Philips head through your motherboard. I'd cry for you. Last thing I want to mention is that the thing is pretty huge. Double check your case clearance before purchasing. If you have high profile RAM, you may need to move the fans up on the heatsink a little, which will further increase its height. Even if the cooler fits, you might have some trouble removing it later (fans need to be removed in order to access the bracket). It should fit comfortably in any full tower, but for you folks building in a mid tower case, be careful! Hope this helps!
It's absolutely gigantic (3x bigger than the stock 4790k cooler [see attached picture]) but it fits just fine into my ASUS Z97 Pro4 on top of my GTX 970 and next to my 32GB G.Skill Ripjaw 2400MHz memory. The instructions are very easy to follow, so even a somewhat inexperienced PC builder such as myself was able to build & install everything in about 20 minutes. The dual 4-pin cables were also very easy to manage into my 780T.
I can't attest to the thermal paste because I'm using Arctic MX-4.
I just have one tip: don't install the middle fan until after you secure the mounting plate to the strip adapters. Having that open space in the middle makes it a lot easier to press down on and screw in the screws/coils. Make sure you have a screw driver that's at least 8" long, too, otherwise it won't reach past the massive heat sinks, making twisting the driver a hassle. Once you're done with that, it's still very easy to snap the middle fan to the heat sink.
Definitely worth upgrading to from a crappier cooler, just make sure you have enough case depth to fit this beast.
Case: Define R5
CPU: i7 6700k @ modest 4.4 OC
GPU: 2 GTX 780s in SLI (generate considerable heat over newer gens)
Mobo: Asus Sabertooth Z170 S
Ambient temps are around 25-27C. Idle was around 30-32, load was around low 70s.Airflow is not an issue as I have 2 front 140s, a bottom 120, and a rear 120.
This wan't acceptable, so I repasted the thing like 5 times checking for even distribution and no contact issues.
I positioned the tower near an A/C vent on the floor. We just bought a new desk, so this works perfectly. Idle temps are now in the 17-25C range depending if the A/C is running. Load is in the low 60s for the most part. Not ideal, as I've seen users reporting load temps in the 50s on similar setups.