Thanks for info, yes already seen these
Originally Posted by DaveLT
Unfortunately I do have them and they are rather extremely noisy and have quite low SP.
But the "SP140" is just garbage. The new line of fans from corsair are just crap.Thanks, but I dont mean SP140 just the Akasa 140 viper and Areacool DS 140
Because marketing, man. Consumers are the biggest fools and hardware companies such as corsair is often a big cheat (If you can sense me pun
). Why do you think M$ got away with making the same damn OS for so many years and consumers just keep sticking with it
What you're paying for on a corsair is the badge, that's all there is to it. Reminds me of which ..
I understand marketing,and I am far from naive ,your comments just want to make me investigate more and find out more facts and reviews and continue to listen to debate on fans, I appreciate any and all opinions.
There is marketing and there is just plain lies, I do have my doubts that any company can make too big a lie about specs,or I would have thought they would have law suits for false advertising ? I would hope so anyway.
Originally Posted by Red1776
Sound level was not mentioned in my response , however they sound nowhere near 55 dB. They run 39-45dB secondly you are being puerile . I said they are effective and have good SP. Both are true.
The fact that you know of , or have a different, faster, higher sp, etc has nothing to do with my statements and findings.
See In the outside world, not every single aspect is automatically compared to a Delta product. They also make a fan that has 30mmH2O, why not compare everything else to that?
Cooler Master made a product...it performs nicely...the fans work as advertised...the end.
Wow, really? I invite you to take a minute to think about that sentence. So don't visit, add to, or come to this forum unless one agrees with you?
I think that about sums it up.
I also should say absolute performance does not mean everything to me, I have 1 i74790K and a R9 290 cooled by a RX360 and a RX240 or a EX280, so over kill anyway and noise is an issue,I don't want to hear fan's too loud, they just have to do there job, also I don't care for any over clocking of either CPU or GPU !!l ol yip I don't need to ! I just want quiet and to run stock clocks, aesthetics has some importance ( though I can in some cases get out a spray can)
I do however want to be able to have the ability to be able to over clock CPU and GPU and even think ahead for a second R9 290 possibly ,or just perhaps a faster R10 400 or GTX 1190ii, lol
when the next generation of future cards are around
Originally Posted by doyll
What is your test system and equipment are you using to collect data for sound level, static pressure and airflow?
I am now going to hook my Lamptron FC5 V3 up to my old PC I'm still using for now, and run my SP120's and my 750D case fans and my Areocool DS 140 and see how they run, sound and compare .
I'm in no hurry to buy my fans, it can wait a couple of months if i want, I still need GPU ,PSU,and SSD's yet, so I will follow this,discuss and watch all info I can.
Unfortunately I have bought a whole bunch of those 140mm anodized red spider fan rings from Frozen, so would like to use them, if they do not add too much noise at moderate to low fan speeds, as I have herd one dude say they make lots of noise, if they do I can always try to dampen it by spraying them with clear rubber or hung them on my girlfriends wall lol, she wants them