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Wait, I just read how you are determining the noise-to-temp rating. Simple addition is not a mathematically valid way to create a useful comparative rating in this case. Comparing noise and temperature is the ultimate goal, yes, but your additive method just doesn't make physical sense. It treats 1 dBa and 1 °C as functionally equivalent values, both equally weighted. But in reality, a 10 dB difference at low temps is much more significant than a 10°C change, whereas a 10°C difference at critical temps is much more significant than a 10 dB change. Another example:

FAN A: +70°C ∆T at 10 dB
FAN B: +50°C ∆T at 30 dB

Your ranking system gives both of these fans an identical NTT rating of 9.0. But anyone with sense would choose FAN B over FAN A. So what good is your rating? It only works when you hold one value (either noise or ∆T) constant between both fans; but if you do that, there is no need to do any additional arithmetic, because you have a single frame of reference. You might as well simply quote the other variable (the one that varies between the two fans for that reference level):

FAN C: +41°C ∆T at 25 dB
FAN D: +48°C ∆T at 25 dB

SPCR deals with this in a very good way; they create three reference sound levels (e.g. 11 dB, 16 dB, 21 dB) and show the ∆T for each. Another way would be to create a more detailed noise-to-temp curve for each fan as it varies along its RPMs, and graph them all together (this is essentially just a richer visual representation of SPCR's coarser review method). You cannot reduce the matter of interest to a single value, however, since it's an inverse relationship with a non-linear curve.

If it WAS linear, the relationship would be:

∆T = R x (dB) + i

You can immediately see that even an inverse linear relationship is problematic since both the slope R and the non-trivial intercept i are germane to our concerns. On a dB vs CFM graph the intercept is zero, so we can simply refer to the noise/CFM ratio as a good comparative ratio between fan designs. Of course, in reality, even noise vs CFM is not actually linear, so that is better represented graphically.

In any case, directly adding noise and temps is physically meaningless and does not reflect any kind of real-world relationship between these values. More critically, it is simply not useful.
Edited by Gabedamien - 8/31/12 at 3:32pm
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Wait, I just read how you are determining the noise-to-temp rating. Simple addition is not a mathematically valid way to create a useful comparative rating in this case. Comparing noise and temperature is the ultimate goal, yes, but your additive method just doesn't make physical sense. It treats 1 dBa and 1 °C as functionally equivalent values, both equally weighted. But in reality, a 10 dB difference at low temps is much more significant than a 10°C change, whereas a 10°C difference at critical temps is much more significant than a 10 dB change. Another example:

FAN A: +70°C ∆T at 10 dB
FAN B: +50°C ∆T at 30 dB

Your ranking system gives both of these fans an identical NTT rating of 9.0. But anyone with sense would choose FAN B over FAN A. So what good is your rating? It only works when you hold one value (either noise or ∆T) constant between both fans; but if you do that, there is no need to do any additional arithmetic, because you have a single frame of reference. You might as well simply quote the other variable (the one that varies between the two fans for that reference level):

FAN C: +41°C ∆T at 25 dB
FAN D: +48°C ∆T at 25 dB

SPCR deals with this in a very good way; they create three reference sound levels (e.g. 11 dB, 16 dB, 21 dB) and show the ∆T for each. Another way would be to create a more detailed noise-to-temp curve for each fan as it varies along its RPMs, and graph them all together (this is essentially just a richer visual representation of SPCR's coarser review method). You cannot reduce the matter of interest to a single value, however, since it's an inverse relationship with a non-linear curve.

If it WAS linear, the relationship would be:

∆T = R x (dB) + i

You can immediately see that even an inverse linear relationship is problematic since both the slope R and the non-trivial intercept i are germane to our concerns. On a dB vs CFM graph the intercept is zero, so we can simply refer to the noise/CFM ratio as a good comparative ratio between fan designs. Of course, in reality, even noise vs CFM is not actually linear, so that is better represented graphically.

In any case, directly adding noise and temps is physically meaningless and does not reflect any kind of real-world relationship between these values. More critically, it is simply not useful.

Thanks for confirming what I had said earlier. +rep

 

dBA to CFM would look like something like this:

http://img171.imageshack.us/img171/9186/testchartfine1.png

 

As you can see, the CFM starts to increase more per dBA. That's probably due to: P2 = P1 (RPM2 / RPM1)2. CFM and RPM and linear, but pressure is not. In fact, it looks a bit like the inverse of a SP:RPM graph.

 

Also, it seems like you know a lot more than me. So I'll let you do the explaining tongue.gif

 

Edit: If you add RPM to the NTT graphs, you will see that it favors low RPM fans (which I said before). So it doesn't work in practice either.


Edited by nawon72 - 8/31/12 at 4:09pm
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Thanks for confirming what I had said earlier. +rep

...Also, it seems like you know a lot more than me. So I'll let you do the explaining tongue.gif

Edit: If you add RPM to the NTT graphs, you will see that it favors low RPM fans (which I said before). So it doesn't work in practice either.

Thanks. I just now read through the entire thread so that I knew what was going on, and I have a couple of comments. I would actually say that you have a stronger knowledge of the physics than I have; my background in mathematics and basic sciences simply gave me enough insight to recognize that this value was not useful, and corroborate your earlier assertions.

Cyclops, please note the following, with my humble thanks for your attention on this matter:
  • First and foremost, your testing of all these fans is very welcome and useful and has produced a lot of valuable data. I do not in any way want to minimize your considerable effort, nor its practical yield.
  • The main, perhaps the only thing I (and others) object to is the mathematically/physically invalid invention of your NTT rating. It simply isn't a meaningful interpretation of the data. It may look grossly right when you compare an extremely low noise fan to an extremely high noise fan, but for everything in between the distinctions are not necessarily indicative of anything at all.
  • My proposal is that you simply eliminate the NTT rating, both from your tables and from the page 1 graphs. Instead, an extremely effective and useful ranking method would be to plot the noise vs ∆T curves for each fan onto a single graph. Obviously this may end up very difficult to read if ALL fans are included, so solutions could include grouping fans by category and making several graphs, or (if someone has the scripting chops for it) creating a dynamic (e.g. javascript) graph with toggled fans. Of course I don't expect you to expend this extra energy; but perhaps you could make your raw data available so a volunteer could produce said graphs. Someone could of course go through and copy all the values manually... but that someone wouldn't be me. wink.gif

Sincerely,
—G
Edited by Gabedamien - 8/31/12 at 4:36pm
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I would actually say that you have a stronger knowledge of the physics than I have

Everything I've learned about fans was through the internet and a lot of it can be found in my signature "Information on Fans". So for now that may be true, but the information is readily available to everyone if they know where to look (Google).

 

However I haven't seen this before:

 

∆T = R x (dB) + i

 

So you probably know a lot more physics than me, just not much about fans. Also, you should mentioned what R and i represent so people won't have this reaction wth.gif

 

 

I think I should mention that I haven't read everything in my sig, or understood all of it. Enough to get by I suppose. And If I need to know something in particular, then I can look it up quickly.


Edited by nawon72 - 8/31/12 at 5:14pm
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However I haven't seen this before:
∆T = R x (dB) + i

LOL, that's just a hypothetical formula I came up with to illustrate how it would work IF (which is almost certainly not the case) it was an inverse linear relationship. It's just a line of the ordinary old y=mx+b definition. "R" I chose because it is the Ratio, and "i" because it's the intercept. Physically, "R" would have represented how rapidly the ∆T decreases for a given increase in noise, and "i" would represent the ∆T for that fan at zero noise (physically impossible unless the noise wasn't even moving, so it's just a projection necessary to place the curve at the correct y-height).

Anyway I will definitely read through your sig's materials, it looks like there's some great stuff in there.

Cheers,
—G
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I'm not gonna entertain any more trolls smile.gif.

Acknowledging your considerable and useful work, identifying and corroborating the single criticism thereof, and proposing a viable solution counts as trolling? frown.gif If my sincere, reasoned, and respectful comments are not welcome, you have only to ignore them... but if you prefer to dismiss me as a troll, so be it, I'll yield the floor and not post in this thread further.

Disappointing. mellowsmiley.gif
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I kinda think they're right.
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Fan #27 - Xigmatek XAF-F1253:



A little bit ineficcient for the amount of noise it puts out, but if you like orange fans with white LEDs then this is the one smile.gif.

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Fan #28 - Xigmatek CLF-F1255:



This is Xigmatek XLF's little sister. Acoustics are much better than the XLF but you lose a bit of aiflow as expected.
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