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There are also maglev bearings, but I don't know of any fans using them.

Sunon Maglev Server (Screamer) Fans biggrin.gif

[URL=http://www.amazon.com/Sunon-40x40x28mm-MagLev-Fan-GM1204PQV1-8A/dp/B00118ZWYY/ref=sr_1_2240mm 9200rpm:[/URL] - quieter than most server fans, but with that attractive enamel-piercing tone of a dentist's drill.



More civilized example in 120mm


Many laptops use Sunon Maglevs for cooling. Not that any dignified twin tower brandishing desktop enthusiast would use one of those thermally crippled, molded plastic and hype, portable ergonomic nightmare machines for anything other than fashion statement purposes. tongue.gif
Edited by MicroCat - 9/15/15 at 2:46am
post #132 of 218
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Sunon Maglev Server (Screamer) Fans biggrin.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
[URL=http://www.amazon.com/Sunon-40x40x28mm-MagLev-Fan-GM1204PQV1-8A/dp/B00118ZWYY/ref=sr_1_2240mm 9200rpm:[/URL] - quieter than most server fans, but with that attractive enamel-piercing tone of a dentist's drill.



More civilized example in 120mm
Many laptops use Sunon Maglevs for cooling. Not that any dignified twin tower brandishing desktop enthusiast would use one of those thermally crippled, molded plastic and hype, portable ergonomic nightmare machines for anything other than fashion statement purposes. tongue.gif
Go away! Your letting my ignorance show. buttkick.gif
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post #133 of 218
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Go away! Your letting my ignorance show. buttkick.gif
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Ah...come on..we rarely get a glimpse. biggrin.gif
post #134 of 218
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I saw some pre-release prototypes with Maglevs somewhere, but i've not seen them in production yet. Maglev should last forever .. until the plastic fatigues or insulation rots off of wiring. biggrin.gif
post #135 of 218
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Stop! buttkick.gif
You are falling for advertising hype! Exactly what the advertisers want you to do! tongue.gif
"Enhanced Hyper-Flow Bearing" has no technical definition I know of or can find. Neither does "Hyper-Flow Bearing". So what is it? Like I said, "advertising hype" .. as in hype =hyper-flow.
All bearing use oil or grease .. so liquid. But that does not make them "fluid bearings."

I suppose I could get white papers giving details of what each of the "hype" bearing are, but why? It's all advertising. In use, any quality bearing is all that is needed.

helpinghand.gif I know you want the technical data, but it really means nothing. TY-14x fans are all excellent fans .. and I'm not the only one saying it either. thumb.gif

Ok, so the TY-147A should work without problem even when in horizontal position.

Great, new order of TY-147A fans is pending biggrin.gif
Edited by 5pellfire - 9/15/15 at 9:28am
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post #136 of 218
Soo
Still waiting on my fan ordered a week ago...
Backorders..
Might just have to pick them up a cheapo one so I can do get this build up and running....

Did not know it would be that much of a backorder..
Will get another cooler...but will install thermalright when arrices

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post #137 of 218
Thursday mine comes in...
Getting another 140mm
Fan for it..
Returning my h100igtx so I can get money back...

Edit:
in 6 more hours will have the cooler in hand.
Nobody is that i see is selling any TY-147A fans...
Just one extrar to pull air through...

I have Scythe fans all over teh case
I will be following the amazing guide that doyll put together...
Seriously that guide is amazing.. it answered one of two questions
Splitter from thermalright?...nah just get one from gelid
second where can i send you beer money ?

Thank you so much.
Read so much and have been enjoying looking at the possibilites for this....
Get to get new dvds and possibly win10 for this computer (soi can stress it and ya know actually get some numbers)

Again thank you doyll and everybody for such usefull information
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I just received the shipment of 4 TY-147A fans (sorry, doyll, no TY-143 for the time being wink.gif)

Anyway, now I question whether the 2 fans that will be installed around the CPU area
(one blowing from the top down to the CPU, and one exit fan at the back of the case)
should run at the same speed as the CPU fans or should they run slightly faster
(I can bound them to the GPU temperature that is usually higher than the CPU).

Any thoughts?
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I just received the shipment of 4 TY-147A fans (sorry, doyll, no TY-143 for the time being wink.gif)

Anyway, now I question whether the 2 fans that will be installed around the CPU area
(one blowing from the top down to the CPU, and one exit fan at the back of the case)
should run at the same speed as the CPU fans or should they run slightly faster
(I can bound them to the GPU temperature that is usually higher than the CPU).

Any thoughts?
Hey! I use way more TY-147 / TY-147A fans than TY-143. biggrin.gif

Sorry, I can't remember what your case fan layout is. redface.gif
First thought is what is creating the airflow for GPU?
Second is are you using 2x TY-147A on cooler? If so and intake is filtered it will need to run faster, but probably not the exhaust.
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Hey! I use way more TY-147 / TY-147A fans than TY-143. biggrin.gif

Sorry, I can't remember what your case fan layout is. redface.gif
First thought is what is creating the airflow for GPU?
Second is are you using 2x TY-147A on cooler? If so and intake is filtered it will need to run faster, but probably not the exhaust.

Airflow for GPU will be supplied by front TY-147A fans ...the lower front fan going also through the PSU shroud, and the upper supplying
air for GPU and CPU. Plan to make a shroud to push the air directly to the GPU fans ..in green (it will have holes for GPU air intake)

Yes, CPU cooler is cooled by 2x TY-147A fans, and all intakes will be filtered. Exhaust fan is pretty much optional ...either I use it or replace
it with a duct forcing the air out the back.

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