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post #11 of 32
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Thats a lot of choices lol and i cant tell heads from tails, which is better.


im def using a 360mm radiator & its going to cool both cpu/gpu.


Id like to OC my 5930k to 4GHz from its 3.5GHz, to better do graphic work.

So if i can do quiet fans thats cool, if not its perfectly fine. My rig isnt always going to be super intense so i can always lower the rpms via pwm.


I read the enermax were good, they beat out the gentle typhoons. and they specifically made for radiators. but i guess ur saying their not that good?
post #12 of 32
Enermax is not bad, but not good either.. the most important thing to look at for fan "specs" is the PQ curve... and sing & dance numbers given without a (link to) PQ curve is dubious.

All industrial fan manufactures include these charts. And any numbers given for industrial fans are "minimum" specs.. most of the time they exceed those specs.. because of ... contracts & lawsuits smile.gif

A 13 yo that got seduced by unrealistic numbers & bling-led lights is not gonna file a lawsuit if the fan is nowhere near those "specs". Lockheed-Martin ordering 10000 fans of certain specs from Delta will definitely NOT pay AND WILL take Delta to court if the fan doesn't do what it says on the box smile.gif
Industry & big businesses play by different rules smile.gif


Note: i've also updated my post above.

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Edited by RnRollie - 9/24/15 at 7:09am
post #13 of 32
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Quote:
Originally Posted by RnRollie View Post

Enermax is not bad, but not good either.. the most important thing to look at for fan "specs" is the PQ curve... and sing & dance numbers given without a (link to) PQ curve is dubious.

All industrial fan manufactures include these charts. And any numbers given for industrial fans are "minimum" specs.. most of the time they exceed those specs.. because of ... contracts & lawsuits smile.gif

A 13 yo that got seduced by unrealistic numbers & bling-led lights is not gonna file a lawsuit if the fan is nowhere near those "specs". Lockheed-Martin ordering 10000 fans of certain specs from Delta will definitely NOT pay AND take Delta to court if the fan doesn't do what it says on the box smile.gif
Industry & big businesses play by different rules smile.gif


Note: i've also updated my post above.

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Haha well the white leds did go with the white theme i wanted tongue.gif

So is ur opinion that i need the industrial fans to keep around 70C with one 360 rad?

And are nidec typhoons or Delta/SanAce better?

For the rads are the blackice and ek coolstream se any good?

Bitspower has a block specifically for my Galax 980 ti, its even white to go with my theme i just cant find it in the usa

BITSPOWER VG-NGTX980TIGXHK Acrylic white
Edited by gree - 9/24/15 at 7:11am
post #14 of 32
On hi-fpi rad like the koolance 30-fpi, a PWM Delta or SanAce or Koolance (which is an NMB i think) is the best choice as they pack lots of oomph while still able to go really slow (silent) if you want to.

As for the BlackIce... good rad, but if i recall correctly they are wider as your regular rad.. most rads are 120-124mm wide, i think the BlackIce is 132mm wide.. something which might be relevant to the mounting position.

I'm not a big EK fan, so i rarely look at EK for solutions.. but a lot of people seem to be happy with the coolstreams smile.gif
post #15 of 32
Thread Starter 
Alright HX-1020 rad it is


Deltas are too thick to fit my caee. Are the other two 25mm?


If use 38mm deltas i need a 22mm radiator lol
post #16 of 32
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Originally Posted by gree View Post

Alright HX-1020 rad it is


Deltas are too thick to fit my caee. Are the other two 25mm?


If use 38mm deltas i need a 22mm radiator lol

well dang tongue.gif
post #17 of 32
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The sanyo 9GV1212P4G01 looks ok, if i can find it sleedved
post #18 of 32
Thread Starter 
Found your san ace


Are you ****ting me lol why do i need that in my pc?
post #19 of 32
Thats the whole thing, you DO NOT have to run it at full speed (+5000 RPM). At full speed it is a monster and chews up your fingers. So you run it at low..(1600 RPM) but the oomph is there should you need it. Compare it an ox. A VERY strong castrated bull that slowly potters about hauling the things you want hauled. But if you manage to piss it off, you better have a concrete shelter nearby to take cover in smile.gif


You are the one that wants to stick to only ONE 360 rad... so you need some oomph fans to go with it to deal with the heavy load moments.
And since you mentioned PWM control (which actually IS a lot better as voltage control), and dont care about noise, i went for a (slightly over the top) PWM controlled SanAce

Of course a "slightly milder" fan like the Vardar FF5 (PWM) or the eLoop B12-P (PWM) or an Delta AFB1212 (Voltage) will still work smile.gif

If you let go for voltage control, or better yet, use the Phanteks fan hub which takes a PWM input to control Voltage, then you can look at non-PWM 25mm from Delta & SanAce and other industrials which are less crazy. smile.gif

On PWM, the Vardar FF5 & the ELoop B12-P will do
On Voltage, an AFB1212HH or eLoop B12-4 and a lot more others will probably do

But there will be less overhead available should there be a need to turn the dial to 11.

Personally, IF i would stick to only ONE 360, i would take a chance with the eLoop B12-P... as i know they are good and not noisy at all. If they would fail me and not be enough, i'ld switch them out for the SanAces. But surface matters, and a 2nd radiator will have more impact as (crazy) fans, so i'ld be looking how i can get more rads in stead of more fans.
post #20 of 32
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Quote:
Originally Posted by RnRollie View Post

Thats the whole thing, you DO NOT have to run it at full speed (+5000 RPM). At full speed it is a monster and chews up your fingers. So you run it at low..(1600 RPM) but the oomph is there should you need it. Compare it an ox. A VERY strong castrated bull that slowly potters about hauling the things you want hauled. But if you manage to piss it off, you better have a concrete shelter nearby to take cover in smile.gif

Its abit exaggerated no? Even at 1600rpms its still rated at 30 dbA.


Quote:
Originally Posted by RnRollie View Post

Of course a "slightly milder" fan like the Vardar FF5 (PWM) or the eLoop B12-P (PWM) or an Delta AFB1212 (Voltage) will still work smile.gif

If you let go for voltage control, or better yet, use the Phanteks fan hub which takes a PWM input to control Voltage, then you can look at non-PWM 25mm from Delta & SanAce and other industrials which are less crazy. smile.gif

On PWM, the Vardar FF5 & the ELoop B12-P will do
On Voltage, an AFB1212HH or eLoop B12-4 and a lot more others will probably do

But there will be less overhead available should there be a need to turn the dial to 11.

Personally, IF i would stick to only ONE 360, i would take a chance with the eLoop B12-P... as i know they are good and not noisy at all. If they would fail me and not be enough, i'ld switch them out for the SanAces. But surface matters, and a 2nd radiator will have more impact as (crazy) fans, so i'ld be looking how i can get more rads in stead of more fans.

I think the vardar would be the best choice out of those. (Funny since u dnt like EK)

Are the jetflos not as good?
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