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Just a quick question i cant seem to find answered anywhere on the net.
Everyone always talks about how important static pressure is to getting the best cooling for your radiator, and i hear scythe slipstreams dont have the greatest static pressure, but i need better fans and theyre reaaaaally cheap on newegg right now if you buy two of them, and i wanted to know: will using two of them in a push/pull configuration relieve the static pressure stress they would experience from being in a single fan config, and get them closer to their 110 CFM max output?
Or is pressure simply pressure and will they suck on my rad?

Any help is greatly appreciated,

Thanks
Edited by Rommel - 6/4/11 at 7:31am
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If you want fans with good static pressure, Id look at the cooler master blade masters. They have very good static pressure and cost only $9.99

Personally I think blademasters outperform gentle typhoons, but at the sacrifice of quiet. blademasters are also pwm controlled, so you can hook em up to any 4-pin header and let the bios control them.
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Thanks, those look to be around the same stats as the stock fans on my h60 though (74cfm 3.2mmH2O) im looking for fans of a bit higher cfm to help even out my case airflow, as of right now i have way more exhaust than intake, and my radiator is set up as an intake
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How much are the Slipstreams? $8.99 each?
If yes , better buy a San Ace @ $21-22 + ship. One is enough, and will perform much better than 2 slipstream.
newegg has some panaflos and deltas too. better go for those .
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Why is that? And does anyone know the answer to this? If a slipstream in free flowing air can hit 110cfm, can it also do the same through a radiator, if it has an identical fan pulling? I need to know asap! Need more overclocking!
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Originally Posted by Rommel;13748861 
Why is that? And does anyone know the answer to this? If a slipstream in free flowing air can hit 110cfm, can it also do the same through a radiator, if it has an identical fan pulling? I need to know asap! Need more overclocking!

IOSEFINI recommended those fans because they're all higher-pressure usually 38mm deep fans. They deliver high CFM at higher static pressure. No, it cannot deliver the same amount of air through a radiator as it does free flowing because of the resistance of the radiator. It largely depends on the FPI and depth of the radiator as to which fans are best for it.

You're likely to only get a few miniscule degrees difference by going overkill on your fans with your H60. I was there, I had an H50 and before even trying it I went full bore with good (better) fans in push/pull, and I still couldn't overclock to where I wanted it. I would max out the H50 at 74c @ 4.3ghz with my relatively cool processor. Don't expect huge temp decreases or huge overclocks with an H50/60/70, it's just not as great as the marketing played it up to be. It's about as good as a high-end air cooler. When I went full-custom, that's where my temps dropped a solid 25c, and never go above 60c when full prime95 or folding on CPU+2GPUs for 24 hours in a hot room (30c).
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