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Centrifugal fans, AKA Squirrel Cages.

They've been used for ages, and they move a hell of a lot of air in the 110/220 HVAC industry.




Also comes in the Big Daddy version.

I'm a hvacr journeyman. Mostly residential now, but when I first stated I worked for a company that only did commercial so I spent some time with the big boys

Everybody go check your ac filter! Lol
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I'm a hvacr journeyman. Mostly residential now, but when I first stated I worked for a company that only did commercial so I spent some time with the big boys

Everybody go check your ac filter! Lol

Used to do a lot of work in pretty much anything but HVAC. Removed a lot of HVAC equipment though and I'd always save the squirrel cages instead of junking them. I had a fine collection going before I realized I had used all of them that I could possibly use and Craigslisted the rest. They went like hotcakes.

They're just too useful for handyman projects.
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post #953 of 2870
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Centrifugal fans, AKA Squirrel Cages.

They've been used for ages, and they move a hell of a lot of air in the 110/220 HVAC industry.




Also comes in the Big Daddy version.


He was responding to my post which had this link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centrifugal_fan

So I guess those squirrel cage fans would probably fall into the "straight radial" category then. Both nVidia and AMD blowers used in the last 2 generations seem to have some sort of curvature on the fan blades, so would fall into either the forward or backward curved category depending on which way the fan spun.
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Maxwell is very very impressive unless you're an avid AotS gamer redface.gif

Maxwell IS impressive; it's Pascal that isn't. wink.gif
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that a 1.5 years older GPU architecture matches a new architecture (with lack of proper DX12 support ) makes it impressive?

Not sure what you mean. Maxwell was an impressive improvement over Kepler considering it is the same node.
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*unless it's a broken ported GW dx12 game

So all of them then?
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Not sure what you mean. Maxwell was an impressive improvement over Kepler considering it is the same node.
So all of them then?
R9 290X with 1/2 price and a 50 MHZ OC Core and imrpoved BIOS power profile matched the new architecture

and GOW was the only (known) "DX12" patched game which used DX11/10/9 assets and pipeline
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R9 290X with 1/2 price and a 50 MHZ OC Core and imrpoved BIOS power profile matched the new architecture

why getting similar performance at release/with somethign you already could ge(cheaper)t makes it impressive

No one is comparing it to AMD except you - the issue was the improvement of Maxwell over Kepler.
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No one is comparing it to AMD except you - the issue was the improvement of Maxwell over Kepler.
not only AMD
http://www.overclock.net/t/1515264/gtx-980-vs-gtx-780-ti-benchmarked-1440p-performance

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He was responding to my post which had this link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centrifugal_fan

So I guess those squirrel cage fans would probably fall into the "straight radial" category then. Both nVidia and AMD blowers used in the last 2 generations seem to have some sort of curvature on the fan blades, so would fall into either the forward or backward curved category depending on which way the fan spun.
Maxwell IS impressive; it's Pascal that isn't. wink.gif

Forward or backward curved. I've never seen a radial, likely not very efficient or else used on some very strange, demonically powerful equipment I've never dealt with.
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post #959 of 2870
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Again, the conversation was Maxwell 980 Ti versus Kepler 780 Ti. Why are you bringing up AMD and the 980? It's irrelevant to the discussion. Are you just trying to make trouble?
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Who cares, even freakin 980 Ti versus Kepler 780 Ti is irrelevant to the discussion. tongue.gif
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