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post #201 of 309
Wow, i see this pic and it is basically what i was going to do. cheers for posting it
I had already ordered my fans the other day.
I will be using a Corsair 800D and H100 instead and with not as many fans.
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i am really interested as to how the fans sound compared to all the other fans i have owned over the years.
    
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Anyone have any idea of static pressure these produce?

Found it.Not bad..here the link for anyone else asking my question;

http://www.corsair.com/cpu-cooling-kits/air-series-fans/air-series-sp120-quiet-edition-high-static-pressure-120mm-fan.html

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Edited by crossy82 - 5/22/12 at 4:36am
post #203 of 309
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Originally Posted by Sp33d Junki3 View Post

The megaflow wont fit, 30mm is too thick. You will have to remove the HDD cage completely.
The Spectre Pro is 25mm and you can keep the HDD where it is, will just be a very tight fit.

I know...I own both fans thumb.gif But yeah forgot to mention moving the HDD cage back. Like I said, I like the Spectre Pro better.
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Anyone have any idea of static pressure these produce?
Found it.Not bad..here the link for anyone else asking my question;
http://www.corsair.com/cpu-cooling-kits/air-series-fans/air-series-sp120-quiet-edition-high-static-pressure-120mm-fan.html
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Those specs seem a bit off..

2350 RPM for 62.74 CFM when the GT AP-15 does 57 @ 1850 RPM. Thats an extra 500 RPM for 5.74 CFM..

This bugs me because you can get 1000 RPM 120x25 mm fans that deliver 38 CFM.. definitely not with that static pressure though. It seems that this is an inefficient design..

Then to add to this when the corsair fan is at 7v @ 1450 RPM it delivers a shade lower performance than that of the 1000 RPM fan.. There can be many things that count to this, but what exactly...
    
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A lot of fan manufacturers grossly overrate the efficiency and noise levels of their fans as well. It's too bad there wasn't a set standard for determining a fans performance.
 
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A lot of fan manufacturers grossly overrate the efficiency and noise levels of their fans as well. It's too bad there wasn't a set standard for determining a fans performance.

Yeah that is so true.....it really bugs me. But given the basic math that I did I would come to the conclusion that either Corsair are the same as every other fan company bar the industrial ones aka: DELTA, NMB, Nidec, ADDA and the likes or it doesn't perform to those parameters at all.

The dBA seems right for the RPM but the CFM from that doesn't correlate to either of those two figures....
    
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post #207 of 309
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A lot of fan manufacturers grossly overrate the efficiency and noise levels of their fans as well. It's too bad there wasn't a set standard for determining a fans performance.

Martin does an excellent job of testing for us, though when he will get time to test the corsairs I don't know, hopefully soon so we can decided to buy or not to buy.

http://martinsliquidlab.org/2009/03/26/r1-fan-testing-pq/
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Well I decided to bite so here we are, first up is the fan beside the one it replaced. I am running a push pull out of the case.
700

Here are the startup temps with the old fans

338

A stress test with Intel burn in
338
These fans:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835233048 run @ 1650 rpm on my controller and cool a H-80 pretty good.
I have the new fans running @ the max 2350 rpms and really arent that loud. Can you hear them , yes, but they arent much louder than the old fans.
Here is the new fan installed
700
700
700700700

Now startup temps with the new fans.
338

Stress test, same as above
338

I dropped the rpms down to 1850 and they get pretty soft in the noise department, in fact if it wasnt for that h-80 pump nosie mad.gif its almost silent.
I will also say you can feel a lot more air comming out the back as well.
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Well I decided to bite so here we are, first up is the fan beside the one it replaced. I am running a push pull out of the case.
700
Here are the startup temps with the old fans
338
A stress test with Intel burn in
338
These fans:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835233048 run @ 1650 rpm on my controller and cool a H-80 pretty good.
I have the new fans running @ the max 2350 rpms and really arent that loud. Can you hear them , yes, but they arent much louder than the old fans.
Here is the new fan installed
700
700
700700700
Now startup temps with the new fans.
338
Stress test, same as above
338
I dropped the rpms down to 1850 and they get pretty soft in the noise department, in fact if it wasnt for that h-80 pump nosie mad.gif its almost silent.
I will also say you can feel a lot more air comming out the back as well.

From the looks of it, they perform the same as your old xigma fans at 1500rpm. So what is the benefit of buying double the cost?
    
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From the looks of it, they perform the same as your old xigma fans at 1500rpm. So what is the benefit of buying double the cost?
None I can think of ATM rolleyes.gif
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