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@pshootr I am not familiar with the fan mounting system on your cooler, but the center fan should be blowing some air down across the motherboard and into the VRM heat sink. Consider removing the I/O panel. I did and was surprised at the amount of air flowing out around those little silver boxes. With the I/O panel in place it creates a dead zone for air flow right at the VRM heatsink. Exhaust fans don't have any resistance to overcome so go for high air flow or no fan at all.

Well, it gets the point across. As open as this case is there really is no pressure but just flow. After lots of stress tests when the side panels come off there is dust in the joints indicating air flow there. Theoretically the case fans have more flow than the cpu fans but the reality is different. This surprising as when I stick my hand in there I can really feel the wind in there. Anyhoo, more power!

I am trying to figure out now if the R1 puts any air on the VRM. I kinda don't think so. The only way I think I would consider taking off the IO panel is if I could achieve positive pressure, because of dust.

It seems with the coolers exhaust, and rear/top case exhaust there would have to be some air moving around in the IO area. I don't want to pull air through the IO area because of dust. I guess if the air in the IO area is going out and not in then dust should not be a problem.

Thanks for all the input. I still have a ways to go in figuring this all out. Fan type, placement, ect.
Edited by pshootr - 2/10/15 at 8:40am
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Post pics of your current config..
Dust: it will always occur no matter what you do to prevent it..look at all of the haf series cases..24/7 dust bunnies..i had a enforcer( 912 haf in dicuise) i literaly had to clean it each time before and after use..worse case airflo layout ever..i took the 200mm front out and put two 120mm in..instant increase in airflo.temps dropped even by 5°..

Plus..because pcs are essentialy all electrical components..it will naturaly atract dust..just look at tv screens..same effect..a good way to help prevent is anti static duster/cloths..wipe the pc off outside each time before usage.+ 1time a week blow out the inside dust and wipe out too..if your not using the rig 24/7..use a bed cover/sheet..big enough to cover up all your gear..ive got a bigass sheet that covers my whole setup..the screen..tower..everything..and it helps keep the nasties down by 80%..cause i dnt use the rig 24/7..@current state its just standing under covers..only used it 3times so far since nov 2014...
All fans airflo are scattered..some are just better designed to counter act this...
Ive got a old cm megaflo red led..but the special edition..not normal..its got those hub supports all around..like 8 -10..and it indeed does help direct airflo more focused compared to normal hub 4arm supports..the bitfenix ones has this also..
A old school trick also- drill a small 2mm hole either at the center or top tip of each fan blade..this counteracts turbulence caused by the fan blafes and moving air..its almost like having those notches in the blades..like the noctuas..phanteks etc
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Post pics of your current config..
Dust: it will always occur no matter what you do to prevent it..look at all of the haf series cases..24/7 dust bunnies..i had a enforcer( 912 haf in dicuise) i literaly had to clean it each time before and after use..worse case airflo layout ever..i took the 200mm front out and put two 120mm in..instant increase in airflo.temps dropped even by 5°..

Plus..because pcs are essentialy all electrical components..it will naturaly atract dust..just look at tv screens..same effect..a good way to help prevent is anti static duster/cloths..wipe the pc off outside each time before usage.+ 1time a week blow out the inside dust and wipe out too..if your not using the rig 24/7..use a bed cover/sheet..big enough to cover up all your gear..ive got a bigass sheet that covers my whole setup..the screen..tower..everything..and it helps keep the nasties down by 80%..cause i dnt use the rig 24/7..@current state its just standing under covers..only used it 3times so far since nov 2014...
All fans airflo are scattered..some are just better designed to counter act this...
Ive got a old cm megaflo red led..but the special edition..not normal..its got those hub supports all around..like 8 -10..and it indeed does help direct airflo more focused compared to normal hub 4arm supports..the bitfenix ones has this also..
A old school trick also- drill a small 2mm hole either at the center or top tip of each fan blade..this counteracts turbulence caused by the fan blafes and moving air..its almost like having those notches in the blades..like the noctuas..phanteks etc

Will try and get some pics soon, need to fix the cable on my cameras charger. Ya dust will always be present, I'm just trying to minimize it with positive pressure if possible. I pretty much run 24/7.

Thanks a lot for all the tips. thumb.gif +1
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Always glad to help were i can..full possitive isnt always the answer ..especialy if your running 24/7..try get it balanced more..atleast one or two exhaust fans to help aid in the flow of the setup
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It depends on what you want from a fan , and if you are opinionated and confrontational or not , you see to me the definition of garbage would be a fan that screams like a turbine from a jet engine and talking to someone like you choose to , that is garbage !

You bring your thread on air cooling down to a level that belittles it and makes it relatively useless for advise to anyone , because if its not dave's fan then its garbage , no tactful or intelligent feed back , just trashing of anyones opinion that is not yours.

And for the record i will state again , i have asked every OCN user that i have seen that has the fan , and others from other sites , and %100 good feedback of both performance and noise level and that is at least 15 people , so i draw my conclusions from my own experience and all the other happy DS owners.

So to anyone Wanting to know about the Aerocool DS fans they are very good in all aspects for a fan, unless you want the highest of airflow aesthetics has no importance , and you are not bothered by noise or would just like the option to crank a fan to high RPM for max cooling then dont choose the DS listen to recommendations for such a fan.

When it comes down to it it is all to do with RPM and what you want from a fan 7500 RPM is awesome if thats what smokes your tyres , rocks your socks.

When did I recommend a fan that screams at 7500rpm?
Also, if you want to defend a fan that much then go buy it at all means. It's not my duty to tell you what to buy if you aren't listening, why should I bother?
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i'd like a clarification on this, 200mm might not have more pressure than 120mm, but the air velocity per surface area is much lower.
filter constrictions becomes more prevalent at higher air velocities, its like covering your mouth with a piece of cloth.
breath slow and it doesn't feel like you have a cloth over your mouth, but breath hard and the cloth becomes obnoxious.

its the same with 200mm vs 120mm, say they both have 100CFM, but 200mm has a 31,416mm surface area against 11,310mm of 120mm.
that means its 0.00318CFM per square mm for 200mm, while its 0.00884CFM per square mm for 120mm or nearly 3times more air velocity than 200mm.



if what i'm saying has any truth in it, then it should be better to use large diameter fan for flushing heat off from an area.
since 200mm has a larger flood area than 120mm, and in theory 200mm should provide a much more consistent airflow.

in areas like GPU's with axial fans tends to dump large amounts of heated air back inside the case.
so if you can flush that hot air off that large area it should minimize hot-air recycling of GPUs.
Not trying to be scientific like you are but here ... I smell something a little wrong.
I've not heard of a filter that's about 200mm wide that I can easily buy or even anything close to that. Besides 180mm square frame fans from silverstone are actually MUCH better bets than 200mm round frame fans
Many cases with 200mm fans have NO filters because they produce ABSOLUTELY no airflow with a filter. Okay, the only one I like so far is the PH-F200SP but that fan is actually quite intrusive compared to me using 2x AFB1212Hs at 1000rpm and getting FAR more airflow and lower noise as well.

And, the noisiest component in me rig is my power supply and it isn't a joke.
Edited by DaveLT - 2/13/15 at 8:28am
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When did I recommend a fan that screams at 7500rpm?
Also, if you want to defend a fan that much then go buy it at all means. It's not my duty to tell you what to buy if you aren't listening, why should I bother?
.
I think you just showed a 7500 rpm fan in a vid , not a recommendation, it was a screamer though lol
You are very knowledgible and dispit what i posted , do fully appreciate any advice , its just that it does not suit my other requirements , and is fully adequate for what i want , and everyone is happy with them , thats all , so DS just doesnt deserve to be dist

And i have listened to good advice , and if i do indeed find after all is up and running , that the DS are indeed garbage , then i will go with one of your recomendations , but probably just paint them , if that is a possibility

I should have not got so defensive , and would not usually bother
Edited by Bertovzki - 2/13/15 at 1:40pm
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i'd like a clarification on this, 200mm might not have more pressure than 120mm, but the air velocity per surface area is much lower.
filter constrictions becomes more prevalent at higher air velocities, its like covering your mouth with a piece of cloth.
breath slow and it doesn't feel like you have a cloth over your mouth, but breath hard and the cloth becomes obnoxious.

its the same with 200mm vs 120mm, say they both have 100CFM, but 200mm has a 31,416mm surface area against 11,310mm of 120mm.
that means its 0.00318CFM per square mm for 200mm, while its 0.00884CFM per square mm for 120mm or nearly 3times more air velocity than 200mm.



if what i'm saying has any truth in it, then it should be better to use large diameter fan for flushing heat off from an area.
since 200mm has a larger flood area than 120mm, and in theory 200mm should provide a much more consistent airflow.

in areas like GPU's with axial fans tends to dump large amounts of heated air back inside the case.
so if you can flush that hot air off that large area it should minimize hot-air recycling of GPUs.
Not trying to be scientific like you are but here ... I smell something a little wrong.
I've not heard of a filter that's about 200mm wide that I can easily buy or even anything close to that. Besides 180mm square frame fans from silverstone are actually MUCH better bets than 200mm round frame fans
Many cases with 200mm fans have NO filters because they produce ABSOLUTELY no airflow with a filter. Okay, the only one I like so far is the PH-F200SP but that fan is actually quite intrusive compared to me using 2x AFB1212Hs at 1000rpm and getting FAR more airflow and lower noise as well.

And, the noisiest component in me rig is my power supply and it isn't a joke.
you're correct about that, but most cases have a large front-panel filter covering the entire front panel, so based on that fans of any size gets filtered.

though on that note, the core V21 i bought came with a 180mm fan, with or without the front-cover it has the same airflow.
though both are weak airflow, compared to two SP120 silent i bought its just about the same output.
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I think you just showed a 7500 rpm fan in a vid , not a recommendation, it was a screamer though lol
You are very knowledgible and dispit what i posted , do fully appreciate any advice , its just that it does not suit my other requirements , and is fully adequate for what i want , and everyone is happy with them , thats all , so DS just doesnt deserve to be dist

And i have listened to good advice , and if i do indeed find after all is up and running , that the DS are indeed garbage , then i will go with one of your recomendations , but probably just paint them , if that is a possibility

I should have not got so defensive , and would not usually bother
Lol nah I don't think that TFB0812UHE is in the thread. I'm one of those who values silence.
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you're correct about that, but most cases have a large front-panel filter covering the entire front panel, so based on that fans of any size gets filtered.

though on that note, the core V21 i bought came with a 180mm fan, with or without the front-cover it has the same airflow.
though both are weak airflow, compared to two SP120 silent i bought its just about the same output.
The issue is that almost all 200mm fans are bad and most filtering systems for 200mm fans are effectively a single piece of plastic mesh...
For a fan to not be restricted with a front panel means that air is going right into the fan and bypassing the front panel. It's just physical
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Hence why i previously asked and wondered why no manufacturer has taken this issue into consideration and made a proper 200/180mm fan..something with decent volt regulation capabilities support..high rpms like 1-2500rpm so it can output more airflo
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Hence why i previously asked and wondered why no manufacturer has taken this issue into consideration and made a proper 200/180mm fan..something with decent volt regulation capabilities support..high rpms like 1-2500rpm so it can output more airflo
A 200mm fan at 2500rpm ... is seriously loud. A 180mm square fan probably fits in the mounts intended for a 200mm round fan ... But it's subjective and that's what I'd try instead actually.

Of course there won't be proper 200mm fans because no real research went into them to make a decent 200mm fan that has good static pressure because a proper 200mm fan design needs to be 50-70mm thick and that obviously won't fit in a PC case and there won't be any servers using them obviously.
The only decent 200mm round fan out there is of course the phanteks, high speed would be nice but round fans have a lack of rigidity making high speed operation impossible.

Even workstations hardly use 140mm fans so there.
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