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discountinued pretty much everywhere and redirects the users to the newer version, making an implicit comparison between the two models so users don't think there is no more fans with nearly similar caracteristics.
Thermalright makes it very clear the difference between the TY-147 and TY-147A is the lower idle speed and PWM to rpm ratio. Maybe you don't understand the difference, but most people understand it with no problem
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either way the review was only meant to prove that the contender fans may compete with the entier thermaltake TY-14X series
We do know what you are trying to do. We know you know the difference between Thermalright and Thermaltake, So why do you persist in baiting people and trying make them mad?
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Thanks. I wasn't sure of the time frame. My first Thermalright tests were in early 2015, and all of the units sent to me had TY-147A with them. I wish Thermalright had made me aware of how new they were, I would have published a review on the fans alone along with the coolers.
Your review did point out how much you liked the fan. That was the important thing. It would have been different if Thermalright was still selling both models. Im waiting for the TY-147A Sq to be released. thumb.gif
post #112 of 131
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Im waiting for the TY-147A Sq to be released. thumb.gif

You, and everyone else.
post #113 of 131
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TY-140 was replaced by TY-147 in approx 3rd quarter of 2010 which was must a color change. While TY-140 & TY-147 had specific rpm of 800-1300rpm they both idled at about 550rpm. TY-143 with a maximum of 2500rpm idles at about 650rpm
TY-147A replace TY-147 with lower 300rpm idle and different PWM to rpm band.
so you're being finnicky and nitipiky in your all your 7 last and only recent post for a review named with fan with a non-existent bearing that was replaced by the exact same fan with a different pwn frequency range? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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either way the review was only meant to prove that the contender fans may compete with the entier thermaltake TY-14X series
aaaand i did this typo again. Do you really think i want to slow down even more the progress of my own thread by 'baiting' people (you especially) ? I would know by the time that getting info from you is even harder when you're more offended than usual when conversing (more like arguying) with me.
Edited by MadjinnSayan - 2/8/16 at 2:43pm
 
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post #114 of 131
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You, and everyone else.

I'm with you on that one. I'm probably going to grab a couple to see how they fare against the 140SP, NF-A14 and SW2 as intakes on the Evolv ATX and Luxe (if I still have it when these come out).
Edited by ciarlatano - 2/8/16 at 8:48am
post #115 of 131
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I am supposed to understand that the TY-147A is better in every single way except the cost, than all the fans i listed in my review ? please provide a detailed explaination comparing the measured sound pressure, airflow and the perceived noise of these fans and which one has the best measured/perceived dba/cfm ratio when compared to the TY-147A (or/and TY-147 thanks, much valuable information on a discountinued fan) at max RPM (1200-1300) ?
 
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WD Green Desktop Mainstream 2 To Thermalright HR-02 Macho Rev. B Window 7 64bits Samsung SyncMaster P2470HD 
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post #116 of 131
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I am supposed to understand that the TY-147A is better in every single way except the cost, than all the fans i listed in my review ? please provide a detailed explaination comparing the measured sound pressure, airflow and the perceived noise of these fans and which one has the best measured/perceived dba/cfm ratio when compared to the TY-147A (or/and TY-147 thanks, much valuable information on a discountinued fan) at max RPM (1200-1300) ?

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Since it's your review, shouldn't you be the one providing that information? I didn't read it, but I would assume you had to have done comparison tests.
post #117 of 131
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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post

You, and everyone else.
The sample I got performed same as TY-147A
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I'm with you on that one. I'm probably going to grab a couple to see how they fare against the 140SP, NF-A14 and SW2 as intakes on the Evolv ATX and Luxe (if I still have it when these come out).
I'm guessing as it's Chinese New Year (Happening right now) they will probably ship after celebration is over (at least a week from now) so not before early March to public.
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Since it's your review, shouldn't you be the one providing that information? I didn't read it, but I would assume you had to have done comparison tests.
One would think so, wouldn't one.

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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post

You, and everyone else.
I'm guessing they will be shipped after Chinese New Year ends as I said above.
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

I'm with you on that one. I'm probably going to grab a couple to see how they fare against the 140SP, NF-A14 and SW2 as intakes on the Evolv ATX and Luxe (if I still have it when these come out).
That's a good idea! Simple enough to switch from one to the other and see the performance difference. Would need a real PWM fan hub rather than the Phanteks PWM controlled 3-pin fan hub.
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Since it's your review, shouldn't you be the one providing that information? I didn't read it, but I would assume you had to have done comparison tests.
One would think so. My ears must be playing up. I think I might need a hearing test. My eyes seem okay with my new glasses. I'm noticing mistakes better now.
post #118 of 131
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That's a good idea! Simple enough to switch from one to the other and see the performance difference. Would need a real PWM fan hub rather than the Phanteks PWM controlled 3-pin fan hub.

Thankfully, I rarely have a shortage of Swiftech pieces, including their PWM splitter. thumb.gif
post #119 of 131

Please calm down. This is suppose to be a friendly and factual discussion. No more '' I am going to report you'' type talk as there is simply no need for it. Lets play nice and continue the conversation.

 

Thanks,

ENTERPRISE

post #120 of 131
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Thankfully, I rarely have a shortage of Swiftech pieces, including their PWM splitter. thumb.gif
I reported to Swiftech, but never got any samples. Maybe I should try again?

Thank you Enterprise
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