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Hard to say from that since there is little apples to apples as far as rpm. But.....with every passing review I become less impressed with the Corsair ML. Replicating the performance of the fan NZXT includes with their CLCs at twice the price.....ugh.
B-bu-buh-bu-but pretty lights...
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Hard to say from that since there is little apples to apples as far as rpm. But.....with every passing review I become less impressed with the Corsair ML. Replicating the performance of the fan NZXT includes with their CLCs at twice the price.....ugh.
True, but having a fan putting out 49cfm @ 24dB running 1349rpm seems obviously better than a fan putting out 53cfm @ 30dB running 1572rpm.
Same applies to a fan putting out 93cfm @ 40dB running 2524rpm seems obviously better than a fan putting out 107cfm @ 47dB running2952rpm

While interpolation is not accurate, the basic assumption is that the TY-14x SQ series is doing very well. thumb.gif
But we knew that even before any testing
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B-bu-buh-bu-but pretty lights...

That's right......I often forget how much the pretty lights and color rings boost performance. doh.gif
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True, but having a fan putting out 49cfm @ 24dB running 1349rpm seems obviously better than a fan putting out 53cfm @ 30dB running 1572rpm.
Same applies to a fan putting out 93cfm @ 40dB running 2524rpm seems obviously better than a fan putting out 107cfm @ 47dB running2952rpm

While interpolation is not accurate, the basic assumption is that the TY-14x SQ series is doing very well. thumb.gif
But we knew that even before any testing

I know that. You know that. Others will look at it and simply say "107 cfm is more". Also, there is no way to chart how invasive or irritating a sound is. A smooth sounding fan at 40 dBA is far more pleasant than one that whines or grinds at 38 dBA.
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That's right......I often forget how much the pretty lights and color rings boost performance. doh.gif
All we need is more fancy lights, bling rings and of course they have to be loud or they are not performance. At least that's what I keep hearing. biggrin.gif
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That's right......I often forget how much the pretty lights and color rings boost performance. doh.gif

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I know that. You know that. Others will look at it and simply say "107 cfm is more". Also, there is no way to chart how invasive or irritating a sound is. A smooth sounding fan at 40 dBA is far more pleasant than one that whines or grinds at 38 dBA.
Definitively! I would rather hear a TY-143 at full speed then a Corsair AF or SP at 1000-1200rpm. My R1 and PH-TC14PE have TY-14x series fans on them for this very reason. It's not the sound pressure level, but the noise difference.

The TY-14x series at full speed, even the TY-143 @ 2500rpm is not as 'noisy' to my ears as many others at 1100-1300rpm.

Your cat and dog makeg sounds that may be music to your ears, but to mine it is noting but noise. tongue.gif
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All we need is more fancy lights, bling rings and of course they have to be loud or they are not performance. At least that's what I keep hearing. biggrin.gif

Slapped on a 120mm high fpi full aluminium radiator to cool that AiO and its 5000rpm pump would be a plus. Cause fastestest is bestest 😄
     
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Slapped on a 120mm high fpi full aluminium radiator to cool that AiO and its 5000rpm pump would be a plus. Cause fastestest is bestest 😄

Of course it is! And you always want to look for the highest dB possible, because more is better!

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Definitively! I would rather hear a TY-143 at full speed then a Corsair AF or SP at 1000-1200rpm.

A bit like saying you would rather have a good Swedish massage than an emergency tracheotomy with a coat hanger, don't you think? tongue.gif
Edited by ciarlatano - 8/7/16 at 11:33am
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I wouldn't really trust extrapolated sound numbers myself. Especially those from 10 cm to 1 m. I have noticed a lot of inconsistency between measured and extrapolated values before, even from 30 cm to 1 m.
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I tend to place little value on RPM. SPL is far more important. CFM unrestricted and CFM restricted by a 16FPI rad (as a proxy for a heatsink) or a 30 FPI rad (basically your toughest rad challenge) are the values we want, vs the noise they make.

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Hmmm. Seems like the square fans aren't on Taobao at the moment. Importing from the States or Europe will cost me way too much. My options are mainly China, Taiwan or Japan, Australia can be considered but their postage is horrifying.
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