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Yeah the SP120's are a good value. I keep mine at about 950 rpms and they are fairly quite. The eloops great in push mode, but in pull are loud and annoying due to the blade design. I don't know how you plan on running your fans but it's something to consider.

Check out the EK Vardars also. I haven't used them personally, but I've heard nothing but good things about them.

Loud in pull? Sorry to say but the SP120s in Black Dragon drown out the eLoops that I have currently in pull in RadioActive Dragon. Actually, the eLoops are barely louder than the AP-15s I have.
     
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post #81882 of 101097
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Loud in pull? Sorry to say but the SP120s in Black Dragon drown out the eLoops that I have currently in pull in RadioActive Dragon. Actually, the eLoops are barely louder than the AP-15s I have.

I would Use Cyclops Fan Comparisons. They are the most in depth tests I've ever seen.

TCO
     
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post #81884 of 101097
I've checked it twice now and my flow meter seems to think I get 20 more lph with 2 GPU blocks in parallel than I get with 1 GPU. That's not possible right? So my flow meter is confused or something?
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With 2 GPUs in parallel, I would expect there to be a slight flow increase. That part of the loop now has less resistance, making it easier for the pump to move the water through.

What was it reading before adding the second GPU?
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With 2 GPUs in parallel, I would expect there to be a slight flow increase. That part of the loop now has less resistance, making it easier for the pump to move the water through.

What was it reading before adding the second GPU?

That's really cool =) Would not have expected that at all.
I am getting 160lph with 1 GPU
and 180lph with 2 GPUs in parallel

Guessing in serial the flow rate would have gone down instead of up?
post #81887 of 101097
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With 2 GPUs in parallel, I would expect there to be a slight flow increase. That part of the loop now has less resistance, making it easier for the pump to move the water through.

What was it reading before adding the second GPU?

That's really cool =) Would not have expected that at all.
I am getting 160lph with 1 GPU
and 180lph with 2 GPUs in parallel

Guessing in serial the flow rate would have gone down instead of up?

Overall flow rate decreases slightly with serial but it gives double the flowrate thru the block compared to parallel. Each block in parallel halves the flow thru the blocks,2 is half,3 cards means a third of the flowrate etc.
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Corsair SP fans are loud and unpleasant at high speeds, and they are cheaper than GTs or something but end of the day quiet rad pressure only comes from eloops , wing boost 2, and Gentle typhoons. Delta AFB SHE fans are also acceptable rad fans
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I like how the sp120 fans can easly be popped off and painted. I plan to get some e loops on my next build but the corsair out nt that bad specially at 1400 rpm and under
    
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lol have you not seen any of the gentle typhoon threads? they have got to be the easiest to get the blades off of for painting.

I won't argue that for their price they are good. But if someone took the time I am sure they could identify some better lower budget fans.
If you are going about how they sound at lower RPMs and plan tunable performancewise the delta AFB SHE fans are probably where its at. I havent played with them yet but I hear nothing but praise
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