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Everything about this feels high quality like Noctua back in the day. There are rubber edges that can be pushed out from the inside at both sides of the fan but i am not convinced it works flawlessly.

Good thing is that unlike the Scythe Gentle Typhoon and the Nexus real silent these seem to have optimal design for using mounting wire on CPU heatsink like the Noctua NH-P12.

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post #22 of 159
Has anyone tried using this in a push setup yet and comparing it to other fans? I will be using them as casefans, just wondering if they work on a radiator too.
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these are meant to be case fans, there will come a different pressure-optimized version in the next months....

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yeah, they seem to be awesome from tthe comments i've read from guys who bought them. The only downside is that due to the blade design a pull setup on a heatsink/rad seems to be more noisy than a regular fan. so only use it as push fan or with a shroud....

I'm really interested in these fans for use in my next build as both case fans for intake as well as push/pull on radiators. Where did you get your information on a pressure optimized version that is in the works? Also can you point me in the direction of the review(s) where people had noise issues when used in a pull configuration? I'm looking for something new/different other than the run of the mill GT AP15's. Thanks!
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A few users at the German hardwareluxx.de Forums said that. Also the Noiseblocker CEO posted the info about the pressure-optimized version on the same forum.

here is the thread:
http://www.hardwareluxx.de/community/f136/noiseblocker-vorverkauf-fuer-bionische-luefter-eloop-kann-beginnen-906076.html
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Thanks for that info. It appears that there is definitely a noise problem when these are being used in a pull situation or when there is resistance to it's ability to pull, for example when used in conjunction with a filter. I'm gathering that I should probably stay away from these then as my plan is to have 16 fans w/filters, 8 fans pushing on radiators, and 8 fans pulling on radiators.
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http://forum.silenthardware.de/index.php?showtopic=38500&st=0&gopid=514388entry514388

...found this nice review - use a translator tool please
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I bought the B12-PS as well as an M12-PS and an M8-P recently. They haven't arrived yet, this is my first build, and I don't have any suitable instruments by which to measure dBa etc., so my feedback will likely not be very valuable. But I will post my impressions once they arrive anyway. redface.gif
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A few users at the German hardwareluxx.de Forums said that. Also the Noiseblocker CEO posted the info about the pressure-optimized version on the same forum.
here is the thread:
http://www.hardwareluxx.de/community/f136/noiseblocker-vorverkauf-fuer-bionische-luefter-eloop-kann-beginnen-906076.html

Interesting... according to that thread Noiseblocker has 140mm and 180mm (32, 38, and 42mm thick being tested for the latter) eloop fans in development, plus a possible black-bladed version. Sounds (no pun intended) like a nice fan.
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Just read about these fans today. FrozenCPU seems to have them pending in stock soon. The 140-mm version definitely needs to come out so I can buy one to try out! A nicely quiet flower is just what I need for my Prodigy.
   
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Thanks for that info. It appears that there is definitely a noise problem when these are being used in a pull situation or when there is resistance to it's ability to pull, for example when used in conjunction with a filter. I'm gathering that I should probably stay away from these then as my plan is to have 16 fans w/filters, 8 fans pushing on radiators, and 8 fans pulling on radiators.

If you want quiet performance you can mix fans like many users have done. 1500, 1800/1900, or 2000rpm NB-eLoop in push, with equivalent NB-Multiframe in pull. Alternatively, a comparable RPM Gentle Typhoon or other high performance fan with a good sound profile, or noisier high performance models.


Noiseblocker eLoop B12-PS im Vergleich mit Thermalright Macho 120 Standardlüfter




PC Lüfter Upgrade Noiseblocker eLoop B12-4 Scythe KazeMaster Pro [Deutsch/HD]





Gamezoom - Noiseblocker NB-eLoop S-series-test/review


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Noiseblocker NB-eLoop fan B12-P
• Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
• Volume: maximum 28.4 dB(A)
• Speed: Max 800-2,000 rpm
• Airflow: Max 132.4 m m³/h
• Start voltage: 6 V
• Power consumption: 1.92 W
• Connector: 4-pin PWM
• Life expectancy: 120,000 hours
• Warranty: 6 years

Noiseblocker NB-eLoop fan B12-PS
• Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
• Volume: Max 21.2 dB(A)
• Speed: Max 400-1,500 rpm
• Airflow: Max 98.7 m m³/h
• Start voltage: 6.2 V
• Power consumption: 0.95 W
• Connector: 4-pin PWM
• Life expectancy: 140,000 hours
• Warranty: 6 years

Test platform

Ultraforce WOW II Edition
• Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z68X ud3r-B3 (new Testmainboard!)
• Processor: Intel Core i5 2500K @ 4.4 GHz
Cooler: Alpine foehn Matterhorn pure
• Video card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580
• Power supply: Cooler master GX750
• Sound card: Onboard
• Hard disk: 1000 GB WD S-ATA III hard drive, 7200 RPM
• Case: Cooler Master HAF 942 X
• Drives: Samsung 22 x DVD burner
• Operating system: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit (included)
• Room temperature: 21 ° C.
• Warranty: 5 years on-site


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Summary and assessment

With the eLoop fans, the big throw succeeded Noiseblocker. The new rotor blades technology makes the fans for silent and performance users equally interesting. At 800 rpm, fans tested by us are inaudible - and even at maximum speed it can scale the products as a whisper-quiet. The high processing quality, long warranty and lush equipment round off the positive overall picture perfectly.

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