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10x Performa's stock fan CFM?

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Hi!
I want to attach another fan to my Performa for push/pull. The only one I found that can go 600-2000 rpm is CoolerMaster Blade Master or Excalibur (BTW, which is better? should i pay 10$ more for Excalibur?), and I'm wondering about the performance of the stock fan, maybe i should order two Blade Masters, or is Zalman's stock better?
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Hello,
I have been asking the same question on zalman forum,
http://forum.zalmanusa.com/phpBB3/vi...php?f=7&t=1168,
according to them these are the CFM value's for the CNPS10x Performa:

Speed (rpm) Noise (dBA) Air Flow (CFM) Air Pressure (mmAq)
800 17.4 27.66 0.78
1000 19.8 33.61 0.98
1200 22.1 43.78 1.38
1400 26.6 57.29 1.74
1500 27.8 63.31 1.91
1700 31.1 73.7 2.45
2000 36.7 85.42 3.43

But I'm not quite sure in those numbers
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Well, I think this is believable, thanks!
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Why not just buy a pair of whatever fans you want? 120mm fans aren't hard to find.
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I want them with PWM function so they will stay quiet . It's not fun at all to sit near 2k RPM fans at full speed 24/7
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