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The Panaflow looks good, I will see what info I can dig up on it. Going back to the heatsink argument, does anybody know the difference between the TRUE and the TR HR01? They both look good...
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The Panaflow looks good, I will see what info I can dig up on it. Going back to the heatsink argument, does anybody know the difference between the TRUE and the TR HR01? They both look good...

Looks like hte HR01 is a tad bit smaller. Stick with the TRUE
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post #13 of 23
I use the Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro in my P180 and have never needed to get a larger one. The P180 has amazing airflow if set up properly (top fan, front fan, and 80mm fan duct as intake, PSU and rear fan as exhaust).
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a quick question reguarding TRUE:
do we want more static pressure or more air flow (CFM)?

i've got 2 Yate Loon fans, known to have quite good static pressure, is it good enough?
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I use the Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro in my P180 and have never needed to get a larger one. The P180 has amazing airflow if set up properly (top fan, front fan, and 80mm fan duct as intake, PSU and rear fan as exhaust).
Yeah I really like the layout of the P180 so I want to make the most of it. It should give a massive amount of airflow with the right fans front and back.

120mm fans comparison incl. Antec Tri-cool and Noctua NF-S12:
http://www.silentpcreview.com/article695-page1.html

From what I can see, the NF-S12 gives 24CFM@6dB(!) on low setting, making perfect for a case fan. Since there would be 2 in and 2 exhaust, that would be 48CFM overall. Couple that with an NF-P12 on the TRUE which gives 54CFM@19.8dB and i think we are in business!

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a quick question reguarding TRUE:
do we want more static pressure or more air flow (CFM)?

i've got 2 Yate Loon fans, known to have quite good static pressure, is it good enough?
Yes, more static pressure is key, especially once you get above ~80CFM, where diminishing returns kick in (less gain for more noise).

Yate Loon - .8-1.1mm H2O
Panaflo L1A - 3.3mm H2O

I can't find any information on static pressure on the D12SH Yates, but I have no reason to suspect it will surpass the Panaflo. Stick with a 38mm fan, their design produces more static pressure.
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post #17 of 23
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80CFM? That must be about... (holds hands out in front and apart)... this much?

Seriously though is that not quite a lot? Or do two intake fans at 40CFM give 80CFM total?
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post #18 of 23
I'm not sure about case fans and the summation of CFM. However the question I was answering was in regards to a single fan on the Ultra 120 Extreme. You'd want a single fan of at least 80CFM, and then from there you'd want the one with the highest static pressure. Nod goes to the Panaflo in this case.
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Ahhh ok, gotcha. If Im planning my case fans to be <8dB and the psu to be <20dB do you think an 35dB Panaflow inside the case will be audible?
  • Fan Size 120x120x38mm
  • Input power 4.08 Watts
  • Rated Voltage 12 V
  • Hydrowave Bearings
  • Air Flow 86.5 CFM
  • Rated Speed 2100 RPM
  • Noise 35 dB(A)

Source: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...oducts_id=1227

EDIT: Heres a link where a guy tests the TRUE with various 120mm fans, both in push, pull and push-pull configurations. He actually finds the Panaflow M1 the best one, PULLING the air throught the heatsink. Suprising, but the theory is explained well. Worth reading this thread IMO.
http://forum.abit-usa.com/showthread.php?t=123901
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post #20 of 23
Yes, it will be audible. However, this is why man invented the fan controller.
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