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What if you split one of these fans into two and put a radiator between it vs a normal push/radiator/pull ? Would that be significant of an improvement or possibly worse?
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What if you split one of these fans into two and put a radiator between it vs a normal push/radiator/pull ? Would that be significant of an improvement or possibly worse?

Interesting idea. I'd like to read the results of this as well. The problem is, I don't ever remember seeing a SanAce or Delta fan that was contra-rotating.

I would think whatever rotational energy the output of a fan had would be negated by the time it went thru a heatsink/radiator assembly.
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What 8051 said. The cooler / radiator straightens the airflow making counter-rotating fan a moot point.
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So I'm dealing with some guy (probably a Corsair fanboy) who's saying this:
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Looking at stats, the highest speed version of the (Scythe) GT is 69 CFM airflow, and 2.9mm H2O static pressure.
In comparison the ML120 is up to 75 CFM, and up to 4.2mm H2O.
So the ML120 is quite a bit better.

Does anyone have any proof that the GTs actually destroying everything else (incl. the ML120)? Possibly you @doyll? smile.gif

EDIT: Never mind, I forgot @Ehume has that 120mm fan review. That's what I used to shoot him down.
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So I'm dealing with some guy (probably a Corsair fanboy) who's saying this:
Does anyone have any proof that the GTs actually destroying everything else (incl. the ML120)? Possibly you @doyll? smile.gif

EDIT: Never mind, I forgot @Ehume has that 120mm fan review. That's what I used to shoot him down.
Geggeg of Thermalbench has tested both on radiator at various speeds .. not a lot of difference but ML has a little better mid-range performance. Just remember, sound level has to be 3db or more or less for ears to hear a difference.


http://thermalbench.com/2016/07/12/corsair-ml120-pro-120-mm-fan/3/
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