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I'm always concerned about the dBA/cfm ratio so that fan was a no go for me. tongue.gif

The Cooler Master fan's rated cfm and dBA seems very far off. I remember always hearing about how Cooler Master just does this so more people will buy their fans. *facepalm*
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i've seen lots of packaging that shows the dB levels for the lowest fan setting, and doesn't list for the highest. bad marketing ploy..

sounds like the corsair fans are a win afterall! thumb.gif
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So after my very rudimentary testing of the fans I own, I came across a much better review that used big expensive equipment, and has Charts / Graphs! I am an Excel monkey being in the Finance field, so I sometimes get overexcited about that kind of stuff tongue.gif

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The video review can be found here:
Corsair AF & SP Series Computer Case Cooling Fans Showcase & Review

And here are the juicy details. So it look like when comparing static pressure, which is what the SP120s are supposed to be made for, they in fact perform VERY well. The only thing the chart does not show is what RPM these fans are running at, but it still paints a pretty positive picture for using the SP series fans with radiators.

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Turns out the Decibel Meter on my phone may not be that far off. At full RPM, I was reading around 48dBA, which is what their results were as well.

Next step is for me to hook up my various "Smart" fan/system controllers to see which will work better with all the different fans and pumps in my build. Stay tuned.
    
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I'll give it to Corsair, but they aren't as impressive as the Akasa 140mm Vipers IMO for dBA/CFM and airflow in general, but I don't have any real numbers, just manufacturer specs. The only time I will trust manufacturer specs is if it's a company like Sanyo Denki or Nidec Servo (or Delta).
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HELP! Community Input Needed.

Ok guys, time for some community input for this build. I am really pleased on how everything is turning out so far. But after installing those new Corsair fans, I realized that the fans, and my blue color highlights in my sleeving are a lighter shade of blue than my tubing.

It was pointed out to me that clear tubing with Mayhem Pastel liquid and Blue Berry dye would match the colors of the sleeving and fans perfectly. As you can see in the picture below, it looks like a dead on match.

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I haven't had any experience with Mayhem liquids, but the last time I used a liquid with dye (Fesser One), it left nasty gunk inside of the waterblocks. That is why I decided to go with color tubing, and just use distilled water + PT Nuke / Kill Coil this go around. But the milky blue color looks really good. confused.gif

Has anyone used Mayhem liquids for an extended period of time? Do they gunk up after a few months? Or should I just call it good and stay with what I have?

Any input on the subject would be greatly appreciated.
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As long as your radiators are properly flushed and you don't add biocide (unnecessary with premix Mayhem's) it won't gunk at all. I've run Mayhem's X1 UV Clear/Blue for months now with no issues at all and I've run Mayhem's Pastel UV Blue, Mayhem's Deep Blue Dye, and Mayhem's Purple Dye in the past as well with no issues. As far as clear tubing goes, I recommend Durelene. Mayhem himself recommends it for use with his dyes and fluids.
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As long as your radiators are properly flushed and you don't add biocide (unnecessary with premix Mayhem's) it won't gunk at all. I've run Mayhem's X1 UV Clear/Blue for months now with no issues at all and I've run Mayhem's Pastel UV Blue, Mayhem's Deep Blue Dye, and Mayhem's Purple Dye in the past as well with no issues. As far as clear tubing goes, I recommend Durelene. Mayhem himself recommends it for use with his dyes and fluids.

Thanks for the input. So Duralene over Tygon for clear tubing when using Mayhem? Does it get cloudy over time?

**EDIT** Wow, I just looked at the pricing of Duralene compared to Tygon. Its almost 1/4 the price! Heck even if it does get a bit cloudy over time, it would only cost around $6 to replace all the tubing in my system. Not too shabby.

Decisions, decisions...
    
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Thanks for the input. So Duralene over Tygon for clear tubing when using Mayhem? Does it get cloudy over time?
**EDIT** Wow, I just looked at the pricing of Duralene compared to Tygon. Its almost 1/4 the price! Heck even if it does get a bit cloudy over time, it would only cost around $6 to replace all the tubing in my system. Not too shabby.
Decisions, decisions...
I honestly have had nothing but bad experiences with Tygon tubing. It always clouds quickly on me. I've been running Masterkleer tubing with great success lately, but have heard Duralene is even better. Looks like some sizes of Duralene are only $0.49 a foot on sidewinder.
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I haven't been looking into any part of watercooling for awhile now but after taking a quick look, it seems Duralene is your best option. Primochill, Tygon, and a few other brands seem to be having a lot of problems with plasticizer and such, and I would go with what Martin said about Duralene in the link in the OCN WC Tubing Database (near the bottom of the spreadsheet linked on thread). Martin does plenty of testing so I'm pretty sure he's tried plenty of tubes in between testing.
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I haven't been looking into any part of watercooling for awhile now but after taking a quick look, it seems Duralene is your best option. Primochill, Tygon, and a few other brands seem to be having a lot of problems with plasticizer and such, and I would go with what Martin said about Duralene in the link in the OCN WC Tubing Database (near the bottom of the spreadsheet linked on thread). Martin does plenty of testing so I'm pretty sure he's tried plenty of tubes in between testing.

The Durelene tubing is on it's way. Still looking for the best place to get the Mayhem Pastel that doesn't require overseas shipping charges.
    
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