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Originally Posted by Sethy666 View Post
Ohhhh....

Here ya go... benching pics
Twice as thick as i remember it.
Very nice


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Originally Posted by Chicken Patty View Post
of the Mega?
Go for it if you got em.
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Twice as thick as i remember it.
Very nice




Go for it if you got em.
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We have issues. The bracket where I put the plastic pieces then the screws through...well i put them in the wrong way and now they are stuck!

Im talking about the plastc peices that house the screws

I jsut figured how to get them out finally!
Edited by shizdan - 3/9/10 at 4:29pm
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We have issues. The bracket where I put the plastic pieces then the screws through...well i put them in the wrong way and now they are stuck!
Its stuck on the mobo with the double sided tape?

Try lifting it off with constant pressure, pulling up as you go. You can use a hair dryer too, if you have one. Apply the heat to the tape as you are pulling it up.

Dont use anything metal as a lever.

Addit: okay... nvm
Edited by Sethy666 - 3/9/10 at 4:31pm
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We all know that when selecting fans, we need to take the manufactures specs with a grain of salt. I received an email from my PC parts supplier today that further highlights the old axiom "Caveat emptor" or let the buyer beware

I ordered what I thought to be CM R4-L2R-20CK-GPs. When I inspected them, the model number indicated A12025-20RB-3BN-F1. When I queried this with my suppler, I received the below email...

Good morning ,

I can confirm that the A12025-20RB-3BN-F1 and the R4-L2R-20CK-GP fans are one and the same.

Coolermaster had originally used optimal theoretical numbers as their quoted rating of 90 CFM, however extensive external testing by review sites and individual users has shown the real world figure to be closer to 70CFM. CoolerMaster have since distanced themselves from the original numbers by renaming the fans (from Silent LED to SickleFlow) and using the lower CFM figure in their current product listings.

Current supplies in Australia still feature the original packaging, so as to minimise confusion – we had kept the original product listing specifications to match the packaging.

I have now updated the specifications on our website, hopefully to alleviate any additional confusion surrounding this convoluted matter.


So, in short, the R4 at 90cfm do not exist and those that are using them are actually getting 70 cfm...

As for me, Ive asked for a refund which Ive been promised, will be honoured.
Edited by Sethy666 - 3/9/10 at 5:18pm
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We all know that when selecting fans, we need to take the manufactures specs with a grain of salt. I received an email from my PC parts supplier today that further highlights the old axiom "Caveat emptor" or let the buyer beware

I ordered what I thought to be CM R4-L2R-20CK-GPs. When I inspected them, the model number indicated A12025-20RB-3BN-F1. When I queried this with my suppler, I received the below email...

Good morning ,

I can confirm that the A12025-20RB-3BN-F1 and the R4-L2R-20CK-GP fans are one and the same.

Coolermaster had originally used optimal theoretical numbers as their quoted rating of 90 CFM, however extensive external testing by review sites and individual users has shown the real world figure to be closer to 70CFM. CoolerMaster have since distanced themselves from the original numbers by renaming the fans (from Silent LED to SickleFlow) and using the lower CFM figure in their current product listings.

Current supplies in Australia still feature the original packaging, so as to minimise confusion – we had kept the original product listing specifications to match the packaging.

I have now updated the specifications on our website, hopefully to alleviate any additional confusion surrounding this convoluted matter.


So, in short, the R4 at 90cfm do not exist and those that are using them are actually getting 70 cfm...

As for me, Ive asked for a refund which Ive been promised, will be honoured.
Thank you for clearing this up! I ended up getting two blade masters from newegg.

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Ohhhh....

Here ya go... benching pics
sethy, what name of powerful air cooler?

thanks!
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post #5208 of 28253
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We all know that when selecting fans, we need to take the manufactures specs with a grain of salt. I received an email from my PC parts supplier today that further highlights the old axiom "Caveat emptor" or let the buyer beware

I ordered what I thought to be CM R4-L2R-20CK-GPs. When I inspected them, the model number indicated A12025-20RB-3BN-F1. When I queried this with my suppler, I received the below email...

Good morning ,

I can confirm that the A12025-20RB-3BN-F1 and the R4-L2R-20CK-GP fans are one and the same.

Coolermaster had originally used optimal theoretical numbers as their quoted rating of 90 CFM, however extensive external testing by review sites and individual users has shown the real world figure to be closer to 70CFM. CoolerMaster have since distanced themselves from the original numbers by renaming the fans (from Silent LED to SickleFlow) and using the lower CFM figure in their current product listings.

Current supplies in Australia still feature the original packaging, so as to minimise confusion – we had kept the original product listing specifications to match the packaging.

I have now updated the specifications on our website, hopefully to alleviate any additional confusion surrounding this convoluted matter.


So, in short, the R4 at 90cfm do not exist and those that are using them are actually getting 70 cfm...

As for me, Ive asked for a refund which Ive been promised, will be honoured.
I wouldn't be so concerned. Seriously, manufacturers lie about their specs all the time. And even if they didn't, they would want to show their product in the best light. That means CFM specs would always be measured in open air. For our purposes how well they perform with the rad is more important than a number they tag to it. IMO it still is a very good performer with a good sound signature that is easy to live with.
Edited by looser101 - 3/9/10 at 5:56pm
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you boys (as in will, sethy, and killhouse) get the honor of choosing which mobo i buy, ill post a link to the list of 775 board from the store thats an hour drive away, you guys tell me which is wirth the money, id like a 3 way SLI, but if it has no PCI slots then i cant use it, fir this pc is on a wireless N PCI adapter

have fun, heres the link:http://www.tigerdirect.ca/applicatio...asp?CatId=1533

i expect some posts back within the next little while knowing you guys, i am not buying another P5N-D, so dont suggest it for there is not enough space for double thickness cards to be close enough to SLI
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i must also say, this P5N-D is hanging on like a trooper, with a dead PCI-E 2.0 slot cause of the vid card and is still running pretty normal (other than the boot to post screen being a bit laggy)
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