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[ BlackHoleTec] Review: Aerocool Dead Silence VS Be quiet! Silent Wings 2

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Both companies, Aerocool and Be Quiet! promise the buyer the most silent and best performing fans on the market with their silent series. Aerocool introduced their new Dead Silence fans, while Be Quiet! have their own solution with the Silent Wings 2. When you go look at their sites, you can see that they explained every single part of the fan in detail, what it does and how it does it. You'll note that both companies have intesively worked to the most silent design. Let's see which of them is the best, but first some pictures!

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I'd question a review that has the Be Quiet Silent wings as much more silent than TY-141 but that may be due to using mix-matched fan size (TY-141 and TY-150).

They should have tested at 700 and 900RPM if using the Be Quiet Silent Wings 2 :
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When it came to cooling performance, the Silent Wings 2 excelled only at high speed. At 700 RPM there was a sizable increases in temperature, and again at 550 RPM with the thermal rise approaching 30°C.
http://www.silentpcreview.com/article1346-page3.html
Edited by AlphaC - 4/5/14 at 4:58pm
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