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First thank you to both reps for being here, it is appreciated. To the point of the conversation a high static pressure 200mm fan does not make a lot of sense in the current market. 200mm fans are used for air intake or exhaust for overall case air flow and in that use the higher flow volume is more important that the high static pressure.

High static pressure is great for dealing with heatsinks or radiators, something that the fan has to deal with resistance to the air it is pushing. Right now the majority of such devices are meant for 120mm or slowly adapting to 140mm fans. While a 200mm radiator is available it is a very specialized products and not something that it makes sense for a company to invest a lot of effort into yet.
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Corsair has better quality than cooler master in fans why you cant follow their example adding high static pressure to the heatsinks like v8 gts please they arent close to be something new it's a poor performance, notice that it has a hvc which would Transfer better the heat and noctua nh d14 stands very firmly in front of it being 15 usd cheaper
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Corsair has better quality than cooler master in fans why you cant follow their example adding high static pressure to the heatsinks like v8 gts please they arent close to be something new it's a poor performance, notice that it has a hvc which would Transfer better the heat and noctua nh d14 stands very firmly in front of it being 15 usd cheaper

I can't really say much about Corsair's fans, but Cooler Master has been making fans for over 20 years. I'd put my money on Jetflo 120mm fans in an all around roundup. Please share your test results on the V8GTS vs the NH-D14.
    
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I can't really say much about Corsair's fans, but Cooler Master has been making fans for over 20 years. I'd put my money on Jetflo 120mm fans in an all around roundup. Please share your test results on the V8GTS vs the NH-D14.

you can try using most aggresive fan like you did with V6 GT (with less noise) you will have a premium quality product (performance)
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I guess we just have a different view. If you don't think my statements have value, or you find them frustrating, feel free not to read them.

I am here because I like to communicate with the people who buy the products I design. I figure it makes for better products.

Somebody said "if Corsair were going to release an SP140/SP200 they'd have done it by now", and I corrected them on that.


If I can't or don't share my 3 year roadmap for products in detail with you guys, I'm sure you understand. But just because I'm not willing to give you guys details about products that could be months or years off, I don't feel like that means I can't or shouldn't comment.

Again, if you don't like me posting here, that's your right. But you can always just skip over my posts.

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Indeed, and by the blade design it looks like it should have some static pressure.


NF-A9x14 PWM , NF-A6x25 FLX, NF-A4x10 FLX all launched already
http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=produkte&lng=en

review http://www.pureoverclock.com/Review-detail/noctua-fan-round-up/3/

http://www.coolingtechnique.com/recensioni/74-ventole-rheobus/1153-recensione-ventole-noctua-a-series.html?start=2

Thing is 200mm fans basically are case fans. How often do you see 200mm radiators with more than one 200mm fan? The only ones I see that are dual or triple 180mm/200mm are Phobya , Magicool, and Alphacool ones. If it's just one 200mm radiator then the area , pi*(D)^2/4 of 200mm fan is equal to 10,000mm^2*pi while a 120mm fan is 3,600mm^2*pi ; 140mm fan is 4,900mm^2*pi. A 200mm rad would be roughly equal to a 280 rad inlet area wise.

However it's not that simple because typically a fan like a Corsair AF140 or NF-A14 FLX will have ~115m^3/h quoted airflow while the Cooler Master Megaflow 200mm and others (~700-800RPM) are quoted about 183m^3/h. 2x140mm would net you more airflow. Even the NZXT @1300RPM only pushes 282 m^3/h . Assuming 200mm radiators are as efficient as dual 140mm radiators the airflow with a sub 1000RPM 200mm fan won't do as well , not accounting for the fan hub dead spots.

Air Penetrator 180mm @ 1200RPM = 220m^3/h http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=36_327_1132&products_id=37933

SilverStone (SST-FM181) @1300RPM = 255m^3/h http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=36_327_1132&products_id=26263
(for reference Gentle Typhoon AP-15s supposedly push 98 m^3/h.)
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