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Here's my R1, since sharing is caring biggrin.gif
performs brilliantly on X99, much better than on 1150. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Very nice! The black & white make a nice look. Wonder what white cooler shrouds or white fan housing would look like? I think both would be too much white, but one or the other ...

Here's Cryorig link to play with mobo and R1 shroud colors
http://www.cryorig.com/customod_r1.php
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Yeah, either of those would go great with the theme, im somehow more onto white frame of fans with black impellers as a best mix.
But i'll be damned if i ever change the best looking fans ever biggrin.gif so customod it is smile.gif
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@doyll,

I will post full details later. Need to fix my excel charts and my pen and paper notes. I did always compare the fans based on their actual RPM and not their % of PWM range.
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@doyll,

I will post full details later. Need to fix my excel charts and my pen and paper notes. I did always compare the fans based on their actual RPM and not their % of PWM range.
Look forward to seeing it thumb.gif

I only asked because TY-147A runs about half the speed to % PWM as most other fans do. wink.gif
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Guess I'll post mine as well. biggrin.gif

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Red looks awesome!
Just that orientation bugging me to boot.
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@monmak2,

Sadly, the R1 Ultimate performs around 3C worse in vertical, rather than horizontal position - based off of my tests.
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@doyll,

Here is the RPM to PWM signal curve for single and dual configs. I used the Y splitter from the R1 in both occasions. I am composing the temps data right now. Will make a ""Review" thread sometime soon - I want to get some pictures.



There are some issues with the R1 and PWM on many boards. It does not work well on my ASRock. I have a forum member on Tom's Hardware asking me how to get his R1 fans under 800 on his Asus motherboard and we are struggling. Also Steve-S mentioned that the controller on the XF-140s has some issues on certain boards.

There is no way for me to get the R1 fans under 1000 RPM using normal settings. These were the same settings that I used on my 212 Evo and it gave me full range (600 to 2000). It also has no issues with be quiet! fans and gets them from their lowest to their highest speed.
Edited by Shneiky - 11/1/15 at 3:13pm
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@doyll,

Here is the RPM to PWM signal curve for single and dual configs. I used the Y splitter from the R1 in both occasions. I am composing the temps data right now. Will make a ""Review" thread sometime soon - I want to get some pictures.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

There are some issues with the R1 and PWM on many boards. It does not work well on my ASRock. I have a forum member on Tom's Hardware asking me how to get his R1 fans under 800 on his Asus motherboard and we are struggling. Also Steve-S mentioned that the controller on the XF-140s has some issues on certain boards.

There is no way for me to get the R1 fans under 1000 RPM using normal settings. These were the same settings that I used on my 212 Evo and it gave me full range (600 to 2000). It also has no issues with be quiet! fans and gets them from their lowest to their highest speed.
Thanks! thumb.gif

I just ran open air PWM / rpm on XF140 or XT140. Here is graph of both with TY-147 & TY-147A

Edited by doyll - 11/2/15 at 6:14am
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