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Windows 7: corsair a70 very loud

16 Mar 2014   #1
Not a guru

windows 7 ultimate 64bit
 
 
corsair a70 very loud

i have a corsair a70 and i've had it for a few months now but the noise is so annoying is there any way i can reduce the noise.btw did i post this in the right place?


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16 Mar 2014   #2
madcratebuilder

Win8/8.1,Win7-U64, Vista U64, uncounted Linux distor's
 
 

Install better fans. Noc's are very quiet.
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16 Mar 2014   #3
Not a guru

windows 7 ultimate 64bit
 
 

but is there a program i could use to slow down my fans
cause i dont want to spend any money
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16 Mar 2014   #4
linnemeyerhere

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Windows 7 Ultimate 64
 
 

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16 Mar 2014   #5
linnemeyerhere

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ultimate 64
 
 

Not finding info on an A70 only A50 and it comes with a resistor. Look in the box or the extra parts provided and see if you have that resistor already?
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16 Mar 2014   #6
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

Air Series? A70 Dual-Fan CPU Cooler

Quote:
If you’re serious about high-performance computing, you already know that you’ve got to keep your PC’s CPU cool. Cooling not only gives your CPU the headroom it needs for reliable overclocking… it can also extend the life of your valuable investment. And, you need something that not only significantly outperforms your CPU’s stock heatsink, but does it quietly.

The Corsair Air Series A70 High-Performance CPU Cooler uses advanced thermal engineering technology to deliver superior air cooling performance: four 8mm copper heatpipes directly contact your CPU, and the surface is planed to increase heat transfer efficiency. Dual speed-selectable 120mm fans, mounted on rubber studs, spin quietly in a push-pull configuration for optimum airflow.

Protect your valuable investment in your CPU, and enjoy faster overclocking performance.
****You should have a speed selection. Read the information that came with the cooler.****
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16 Mar 2014   #7
linnemeyerhere

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ultimate 64
 
 

Also when you have the money I would get two PWM Noctua fans and run them with the provided splitter off the mobo's CPU 4 pin header and then you can you the ASUS software to temp. control the fans !

Noctua.at - sound-optimised premium components "Designed in Austria"!
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17 Mar 2014   #8
Not a guru

windows 7 ultimate 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear View Post
Air Series? A70 Dual-Fan CPU Cooler

Quote:
If you’re serious about high-performance computing, you already know that you’ve got to keep your PC’s CPU cool. Cooling not only gives your CPU the headroom it needs for reliable overclocking… it can also extend the life of your valuable investment. And, you need something that not only significantly outperforms your CPU’s stock heatsink, but does it quietly.

The Corsair Air Series A70 High-Performance CPU Cooler uses advanced thermal engineering technology to deliver superior air cooling performance: four 8mm copper heatpipes directly contact your CPU, and the surface is planed to increase heat transfer efficiency. Dual speed-selectable 120mm fans, mounted on rubber studs, spin quietly in a push-pull configuration for optimum airflow.

Protect your valuable investment in your CPU, and enjoy faster overclocking performance.
****You should have a speed selection. Read the information that came with the cooler.****
i kind of threw the box away
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17 Mar 2014   #9
linnemeyerhere

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ultimate 64
 
 

Go to the Corsair website.
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18 Mar 2014   #10
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windows 7 ultimate 64bit
 
 

i did but they just say that it can be changed from 1600rpm to 2000. also i heard this program called speedfan could you give some info on that?
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