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I need help with the noise of my PC

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I got a PC and I have had it for less than 6 months, something that has been bothering me is the noisyness of my PC.

The case is the NZXT H440 (Razer Edition) 

and for the fans I have 2 140 mm NZXT AER RGB fans and 1 120 mm NZXT AER RGB fan. And at the front I have the radiator of the Kraken X62 with the fans that come with it. 

 

Are these componenets know for being loud? Or is there a way I can make it less noisy that I don’t know about?

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these fans aren't known to be loud.... The case is known to be suffocating from the front though

CPU: i7-2600K 4751MHz 1.44V (software) --> 1.47V at the back of the socket Motherboard: Asrock Z77 Extreme4 (BCLK: 103.3MHz) CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D15 RAM: Adata XPG 2x8GB DDR3 (XMP: 2133MHz 10-11-11-30 CR2, custom: 2203MHz 10-11-10-26 CR1 tRFC:230 tREFI:14000) GPU: Asus GTX 1070 Dual (Super Jetstream vbios, +70(2025-2088MHz)/+400(8.8Gbps)) SSD: Samsung 840 Pro 256GB (main boot drive), Transcend SSD370 128GB PSU: Seasonic X-660 80+ Gold Case: Antec P110 Silent, 5 intakes 1 exhaust Monitor: AOC G2460PF 1080p 144Hz (150Hz max w/ DP, 121Hz max w/ HDMI) TN panel Keyboard: Logitech G610 Orion (Cherry MX Blue) with SteelSeries Apex M260 keycaps Mouse: BenQ Zowie FK1

 

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1 minute ago, Jurrunio said:

these fans aren't known to be loud.... The case is known to be suffocating from the front though

By suffocating do you mean like bad air flow or loud at the front?

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How do you have your fans connected? Are they connected to your motherboard, or a controller ect?

I once did the unthinkable, back many headphones ago...

I split an audio split, again

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1 minute ago, SlothyShot said:

By suffocating do you mean like bad air flow or loud at the front?

bad airflow --> high fan speed to compensate

 

you can rip the front panel off and see if it helps

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9 minutes ago, SlothyShot said:

I got a PC and I have had it for less than 6 months, something that has been bothering me is the noisyness of my PC.

The case is the NZXT H440 (Razer Edition) 

and for the fans I have 2 140 mm NZXT AER RGB fans and 1 120 mm NZXT AER RGB fan. And at the front I have the radiator of the Kraken X62 with the fans that come with it. 

 

Are these componenets know for being loud? Or is there a way I can make it less noisy that I don’t know about?

B7C0C17F-EA67-4461-AB64-D492E50848C5.jpeg

What are your CPU temps like?  Most likely its your Static Pressure Fans (SP) that came with the Radiator.  They can get EXTREMELY loud if you allow the PC itself to choose its performance to use.

 

For my Corsair 240mm AIO I use Corsair Link and set my profile to Quiet.  Any other setting I can hear the fans and pump.  And my temps do NOT suffer from it.

 

That and if your case sucks for airflow - it will be loud to keep temps down as mentioned by previous posters.

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3 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

bad airflow --> high fan speed to compensate

 

you can rip the front panel off and see if it helps

 

2 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

What are your CPU temps like?  Most likely its your Static Pressure Fans (SP) that came with the Radiator.  They can get EXTREMELY loud if you allow the PC itself to choose its performance to use.

 

For my Corsair 240mm AIO I use Corsair Link and set my profile to Quiet.  Any other setting I can hear the fans and pump.  And my temps do NOT suffer from it.

 

That and if your case sucks for airflow - it will be loud to keep temps down as mentioned by previous posters.

Correct me if I’m wrong but I don’t think I can change the settings of the fans that came with the radiator. Are there any fans you would suggest that I can control the setting and are good and silent?

As for my CPU temps When I’m playing video games I have never seen them go over 50. 

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8 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

bad airflow --> high fan speed to compensate

 

you can rip the front panel off and see if it helps

I will try to remove the front panel off later and see if that’s the problem. 

If that’s the case what are so good looking cases that have good air flow? 

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9 minutes ago, EnergyEclipse said:

How do you have your fans connected? Are they connected to your motherboard, or a controller ect?

To the Hue +

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Just now, SlothyShot said:

To the Hue +

You can use the NZXT Cam software intended for the Hue + to make a 'Fan curve'. A fan curve allows you to make the fans change speed depending on temperatures from say the CPU or motherboard.

 

https://www.nzxt.com/products/hue-plus

Go to the 'Downloads' drop down box and there is CAM.

 

If this doesn't help, @Tristerin is probably correct. Or try removing your front panel and see if that helps

 

 

I once did the unthinkable, back many headphones ago...

I split an audio split, again

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7 minutes ago, SlothyShot said:

 

Correct me if I’m wrong but I don’t think I can change the settings of the fans that came with the radiator. Are there any fans you would suggest that I can control the setting and are good and silent?

As for my CPU temps When I’m playing video games I have never seen them go over 50. 

 

1 minute ago, EnergyEclipse said:

You can use the NZXT Cam software intended for the Hue + to make a 'Fan curve'. A fan curve allows you to make the fans change speed depending on temperatures from say the CPU or motherboard.

 

https://www.nzxt.com/products/hue-plus

Go to the 'Downloads' drop down box and there is CAM.

 

If this doesn't help, @Tristerin is probably correct. Or try removing your front panel and see if that helps

 

 

Theres your answer - I don't have NZXT but you can absolutely set curves for Pumps and the fans on the radiator - even if it didn't come with the software option you have above (use that) you could use splitters and mobo headers to achieve the same thing.

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Thank you all for the help, I will try to do the the fan curve thing when I’m free and tell you about the results if that doesn’t work I will open up the front panel and see if that is the problem.

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23 minutes ago, SlothyShot said:

Thank you all for the help, I will try to do the the fan curve thing when I’m free and tell you about the results if that doesn’t work I will open up the front panel and see if that is the problem.

Yup monitor temps, set a curve that is quiet but good temps - each PC is different - cant you top mount that radiator so its exhausting all that hot air the radiator is creating?  That's the FIRST thing I would do lol.

 

Then put in 2 fans on the front as cold intake only.

 

But if it doesn't allow top mount AIO - and allows a top mount exhaust fan - I would add that no matter what because if the case airflow sucks...and no one wants to leave the front off...creating a Negative Air Pressure Environment (more exhaust out than in) will force cool air in from every crack in the case (while still maintaining a quiet AIO)

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On 10/29/2018 at 10:43 PM, Tristerin said:

Yup monitor temps, set a curve that is quiet but good temps - each PC is different - cant you top mount that radiator so its exhausting all that hot air the radiator is creating?  That's the FIRST thing I would do lol.

 

Then put in 2 fans on the front as cold intake only.

 

But if it doesn't allow top mount AIO - and allows a top mount exhaust fan - I would add that no matter what because if the case airflow sucks...and no one wants to leave the front off...creating a Negative Air Pressure Environment (more exhaust out than in) will force cool air in from every crack in the case (while still maintaining a quiet AIO)

So I put the Radiator on top and put to fans in the front as I take, I have searched in the CAM software but I can find anything to do with fans other than lighting, for my Kraken (my aio) it shows up and I put it on silent mode however there is nothing for the actual fans 

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41 minutes ago, SlothyShot said:

So I put the Radiator on top and put to fans in the front as I take, I have searched in the CAM software but I can find anything to do with fans other than lighting, for my Kraken (my aio) it shows up and I put it on silent mode however there is nothing for the actual fans 

 

So it sounds like the software allows Silent, Performance, Quiet, etc type modes?  And when you set it to Silent do the fans ramp down in speed and are they still loud enough to hear?

 

Sorry haven't used this software in particular but the software I use (Corsair Link) does - just asking to get an idea of how it is setup

 

Edit  - can you tell me how the wires come out of the CPU AIO Pump and where they connect?  I.E. CPU Fan 1, and if the fans are plugged into the AIO or into the motherboard via a splitter etc

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It’s allows that stuff but only for my AIO (Kraken X62), as for the header , PUMP_FAN 1

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49 minutes ago, SlothyShot said:

It’s allows that stuff but only for my AIO (Kraken X62), as for the header , PUMP_FAN 1

Sorry can you elaborate? 

 

So you have Kraken x62 - from what I read you can change the profiles (not sure about curves though) - have you changed it to Silent, and noticed a difference (also it looks set as exhaust, which it should be exhausting out the top) in sound or?

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4 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

Sorry can you elaborate? 

 

So you have Kraken x62 - from what I read you can change the profiles (not sure about curves though) - have you changed it to Silent, and noticed a difference (also it looks set as exhaust, which it should be exhausting out the top) in sound or?

You can only change the profiles for the AIO ( Kraken x62) not the actual fans so the fans at the front and back cannot be controlled just the ones on the radiator. I want to be able to control them all and put them all on silent 

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45 minutes ago, SlothyShot said:

You can only change the profiles for the AIO ( Kraken x62) not the actual fans so the fans at the front and back cannot be controlled just the ones on the radiator. I want to be able to control them all and put them all on silent 

AHHHHHHHHHHHH that changes everything!
 

So the AIO is silent now - GREAT! 

 

Now we need to get those fans on the front intake/rear exhaust hooked to a PWM header (are they 4 pin fans or 3 pin fans?) and then adjust this through BIOS or programs like Speedfan

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39 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

AHHHHHHHHHHHH that changes everything!
 

So the AIO is silent now - GREAT! 

 

Now we need to get those fans on the front intake/rear exhaust hooked to a PWM header (are they 4 pin fans or 3 pin fans?) and then adjust this through BIOS or programs like Speedfan

They are 3 pin

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1 minute ago, SlothyShot said:

They are 3 pin

3 pin can be regulated with a daisychained voltage regulator, or connected to a Fan Controller:

 

Fan Controller (I Have one from ENlabs - there 10 fan controller - it works great but mines PWM to 10 fan so I don't have the dial this one does, but any product like it or from a more reputable Country - took 5-6 weeks to get mine in when I ordered it)  You can go cheap or expensive, I went cheap and am satisfied:

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIACJF6WU5336&cm_re=fan_voltage_regulator-_-9SIACJF6WU5336-_-Product

 

Or

 

Fan voltage regulator (these are more for, if you fan cables wont be long enough to make it to a PCB like the above link:

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIACJF6WW9395&cm_re=fan_regulator-_-9SIACJF6WW9395-_-Product

 

Id spend some time finding one you like, NZXT makes 5.25" bay fan controllers if you are interested in staying with that brand. 

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

3 pin can be regulated with a daisychained voltage regulator, or connected to a Fan Controller:

 

Fan Controller (I Have one from ENlabs - there 10 fan controller - it works great but mines PWM to 10 fan so I don't have the dial this one does, but any product like it or from a more reputable Country - took 5-6 weeks to get mine in when I ordered it)  You can go cheap or expensive, I went cheap and am satisfied:

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIACJF6WU5336&cm_re=fan_voltage_regulator-_-9SIACJF6WU5336-_-Product

 

Or

 

Fan voltage regulator (these are more for, if you fan cables wont be long enough to make it to a PCB like the above link:

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIACJF6WW9395&cm_re=fan_regulator-_-9SIACJF6WW9395-_-Product

 

Id spend some time finding one you like, NZXT makes 5.25" bay fan controllers if you are interested in staying with that brand. 

 

 

 

Okay thanks a lot dude 

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Just now, SlothyShot said:

Okay thanks a lot dude 

No problemo - I highly desire silence in my PCs so I overfan for great temps, and control the speeds :)  - I personally like the hubs better, but the in line units allow individual control whereas the hubs are all one speed based on what you put the hub at.

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23 hours ago, Tristerin said:

No problemo - I highly desire silence in my PCs so I overfan for great temps, and control the speeds :)  - I personally like the hubs better, but the in line units allow individual control whereas the hubs are all one speed based on what you put the hub at.

i bought the NZXT grid and i finished installing it, my PC is so quiet now, thanks a lot!

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