17 minutes ago, AleksiDj73 said:
Well i have the stock Intel CPU heatsink, so nothing special. OK so when summer comes up, i'll see if i can tell the difference in the noise
I notice the same issue with computer fans running at higher speeds when the room temperature gets warmer (especially during summer months), this is because the cooling system needs to run more air through the case/heatsink to be as effective since there being a lower difference in temperature between your hot components and your warm room as opposed to there being a cooler room (ex. your cooling would be more effective when it is 65 degrees fahrenheit as opposed to when it is 80 degrees fahrenheit in your room).
If you are concerned about the noise levels, I would recommend considering upgrading to an AIO liquid cooler (you can use custom loop, although it will require significantly more maintenance).