Yes but it is also with mentioning that you can have two engines one from a weed wacker vs a car engine and both can run at 2000 rpm however I'll bet you that when you put it against a resistance the car motor will have less effect to it due to its higher torque. Again this isn't a volt mod,, sure if you guys want a simple way to add cfm then increase the voltage into your fans.
Also worth saying that you can take two helicopters and have the blades spin at 2000 rpm yet one has a 10 foot blade and the other with a 15 foot blade obviously the 15 Foot will blow more air taking the same concept take two helicopters with both 10 foot blades yet on blade is curved and the other is flat the one with the curved blade is gonna push more air.
So taking both of these concepts, having more "torque" and a more curved blade my fan blows more air. I'm sorry I didn't take this seriously and test both variables seperatly, I did not expect this much attention nor had working fans since both were broken they both played a compensating role to whether which played in increasing my cfm the most, please instead of debating on whether or not if this magnet mod does or doesn't increase your cfm, put your money where your mouth is and please test your interjections. I am almost tempted to ask for this thread to be closed.
Obviously I hoped my decrease in PC temperatures would be my support. Butt no one seems to take that into account. My ambient is a constant 28°c and my temp originally was 43°c core and 83°c gpu and after the fan mod it was a constant 39-40°c core and 79-80°c gpu.
Yet every one assumes this is sapposed to make your fan spin faster, that isn't the goal of this experiment.
Your deepest condolences,