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post #11 of 23
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Hmm, no exhaust fan on those tests when you replaced the stock fan...Makes me skeptical.
It's not like one exhaust fan is going to make a difference. The old exhaust fan was the stock Thermaltake one that did like 20CFM exhaust. I still had the top exhaust fan blowing and my psu pulls so much air out of the case that it isn't even funny, lol. I can do some without my exhaust fan on but with the new fan in my tuniq if you want...

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Hmm, well then, I might just have to try some new fans then! I always thought of the TT stock fan to be really good.
Nope, that 120mm fan is like 30CFM max with no obstructions.

The Tuniq fan at least doubles the air out of the case

Or did you mean the stock Tuniq Tower fan? It's alright..I'd say it's about 40-50CFM max....but this new one is like 108CFM max...probably have it going at like 75CFM right now.
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It's not like one exhaust fan is going to make a difference. The old exhaust fan was the stock Thermaltake one that did like 20CFM exhaust. I still had the top exhaust fan blowing and my psu pulls so much air out of the case that it isn't even funny, lol. I can do some without my exhaust fan on but with the new fan in my tuniq if you want...



Nope, that 120mm fan is like 30CFM max with no obstructions.

The Tuniq fan at least doubles the air out of the case

Or did you mean the stock Tuniq Tower fan? It's alright..I'd say it's about 40-50CFM max....but this new one is like 108CFM max...probably have it going at like 75CFM right now.

Yeah I meant the Tuniq fan not Thermaltake...probably shouldn't have abbreviated it as TT
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post #13 of 23
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Yeah I meant the Tuniq fan not Thermaltake...probably shouldn't have abbreviated it as TT
haha, yeah, i get confused when i see TT anymore..

But, Yeah, even when i had that stock exhaust fan with the stock Tuniq Tower Fan, i had load temps of 50-52C or so....so it significantly dropped with the new fan.
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Hmmm, maybe now I will finally be able to break the 30C idle barrier I have been trying to get past.
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post #15 of 23
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As long as your ambient is pretty low and your case has good clean intake fan, you probably have a good chance. My Ambient temp is 25.5C or 78F most of the time...sometimes hotter.
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I drop about 4°C when i have my rear fan running but its a 125CFM 40db fan so its loud and powerful.
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post #17 of 23
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Hmm, well then, I might just have to try some new fans then! I always thought of the TT stock fan to be really good.
it is good mate
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post #18 of 23
the new fan u put with ur TT how much Max air flow does it have?as in cfm, i was lookin at a thermaltake 120mm fan which can blow 35.43~95.22CFM mayb this is a better fan? http://www.pccasegear.com/prod3435.htm
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post #19 of 23
Not really, the Tt Thunderblades have a higher cfm and are very quiet. The stock TT fan is louder then them.
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post #20 of 23
doesnt make any sense dude, u said the stock tt fan is louder? but u said the thunderblade have a higher cfm and are quieter, i just linked them, they are the ones i want mate
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