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That's the one, good find!

There is even an update to this review: http://www.xtremerigs.net/2015/02/20/pushpull-radiator-setups-learned-stop-worry-love-fans-less-noise/
Its conclusion could not be clearer:
In a month or so I am going to be ready verifying this on a Magicool G2 slim in push/pull vs pull only.

You realize that you quoted the original article, not the update where they retract all of those statements, right?
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So far with data from only three radiators we can see that the difference is nowhere near as drastic as we previously thought and so we are correcting this article based on the new information.

Here we can see, that a “good” radiator in push can in fact out perform a “bad” radiator in push/pull. This is contrary to our earlier claims which were based on poorly correlating data.

Interestingly if we look at percentage of performance for each of those three radiators data points we see that Push is between 84 and 88% of the performance of Push/Pull. This difference is small and if we were to compare the at a fixed noise level (i.e. 1600RPM Push/Pull vs 1850RPM Push) we might see a wash in terms of performance.

Therefore we have to back away from our earlier strong claims. Yes Push/Pull is better in performance than Push, but not necessarily when considering noise or price. More testing will of course clarify things further!
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You realize that you quoted the original article, not the update where they retract all of those statements, right?
Oops, my bad, sorry for that... too fast browsing I guess.
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