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Would 1450rpm fans in push pull configuration on a 480mm radiator (19 fpi split fin) be good cooling?

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Its in the title, would it be good for cooling if I ran them at like 60% (870 rpm), cooling 2x gpus and 1x cpu
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There's no way to answer that question with the information provided.

1450 RPM says nothing about how much air the fans will move, nor at what pressure they would supply that air.
Not all 480 rads perform equally with the same air / water flow. What Rad is it?
The performance of a radiator not only depends on air flow, but water flow also.
And "good enough for cooling", cooling what? How many watts do you want the rad to remove?

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