Corsair One: how good will it be?

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Corsair One: how good will it be?

Post by quest_for_silence » Fri Mar 24, 2017 12:22 am

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Re: Corsair One: how good will it be?

Post by Smanci » Fri Mar 24, 2017 1:47 am

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Corsair claims that the One in idle state no more than 20dB (A) to produce sound. However, it is not known at what distance has been made that measurement. In our test, we measured from a distance of 20cm, the sound with 38,9dB (A) in idle state is significantly higher.

The Corsair One is certainly not rowdy, but not a peep. If the computer next to you on a desk, you can hear some light buzz. Presumably, the pump of the water cooling, which takes a fairly constant at about 4200rpm, and the radial fan which is mounted on the GPU. That GPU fan is not switched off when the video card does nothing but running always at a minimum speed of 1100rpm. The large fan at the top of the housing has a speed of approximately 400rpm if the system is not loaded. Do you have the system you have something further away, for example in the living room next to a TV, the sound will hardly be audible.

Under load takes the sound pressure level increased to 46,5dB (A) at a distance of 20cm. However, you will never feel "off" the Corsair One. If the heat is increased, it is, in particular, the large fan-140mm at the top of the housing which will turn faster, at about 800rpm. Which fortunately does not produce annoying noise. The GPU fan went during the stress test does not run faster than 1300rpm. Also with the system next to us on a desk, we found not disturbing the noise under load.
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Re: Corsair One: how good will it be?

Post by Olle P » Fri Mar 24, 2017 3:35 am

Seems in line with Sweclockers' result. They measured 47 dB(A) "15 cm from the front" during load.

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Re: Corsair One: how good will it be?

Post by CA_Steve » Fri Mar 24, 2017 7:15 am

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Re: Corsair One: how good will it be?

Post by fjf » Sat Mar 25, 2017 2:46 am

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I am curious about those water radiators + blocks. No water pumps?. If so, just one big fan for the case could be silent. But, no water pumps?. Is it possible?.


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I see no pumps there!!

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However, I see a cable entering that waterblock!!. There must be an integrated water pump in there!!.

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