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Looking through all these different fans, a thought just occured to me. Most (if not all) of these measurements are happening in open air. If someone were to measure max CFM with minimum pressure/minimum CFM with maximum pressure, we'd have a great little resource to use.
on a semi-related note, I finally found a source for some ridiculously powerful fans to try out. http://www.futureelectronics.com/en/Technologies/Product.aspx?ProductID=V12E12BHB501NIDEC5012394&IM=0

Everything would change then wouldn't it?
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Once I get around to making myself a PWM splitter so I can use both my new Xtraflo fans, I'll take some pics then I want in biggrin.gif
Also, is it odd that in replacing my stock Blademaster with an Xtraflo I've dropped ~8C of my load temps? I wasn't expecting any real improvements (got them just for the looks) but now I can't wait until I get the pull fan on.
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post #4873 of 6633
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Once I get around to making myself a PWM splitter so I can use both my new Xtraflo fans, I'll take some pics then I want in biggrin.gif
Also, is it odd that in replacing my stock Blademaster with an Xtraflo I've dropped ~8C of my load temps? I wasn't expecting any real improvements (got them just for the looks) but now I can't wait until I get the pull fan on.

Is your Xtraflo one of these?

XtraFlo 120 Red LED
XtraFlo 120 Blue LED
XtraFlo 120
XtraFlo 120 Slim

http://www.coolermaster.com/category.php?category_id=3583

The Evo stock fan (american version) is the Xtraflo 120 (non led and not slim).
Be carefull if using the Red LED fan and the 2 fans x 1 single header splitter cable.

Current (Ampere) 0.45A (0.7A MAX)

Usually the CPU Fan header can't exceed 1A (12W).
Edited by edsai - 10/13/12 at 6:31am
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Is your Xtraflo one of these?
XtraFlo 120 Red LED
XtraFlo 120 Blue LED
XtraFlo 120
XtraFlo 120 Slim
http://www.coolermaster.com/category.php?category_id=3583
The Evo stock fan (american version) is the Xtraflo 120 (non led and not slim).
Be carefull if using the Red LED fan and the 2 fans x 1 single header splitter cable.
Current (Ampere) 0.45A (0.7A MAX)
Usually the CPU Fan header can't exceed 1A (12W).

I would take the 1A CPU fan header with a grain of salt. It's like Intel telling us don't push your chips vcore past x mark. But everyone does. Ive seen multiple people run 3 fans from one header without problems. I don't see two fans being an issue. Its a good thing to note however. Its just another one of those safe recommendations.
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I would take the 1A CPU fan header with a grain of salt. It's like Intel telling us don't push your chips vcore past x mark. But everyone does. Ive seen multiple people run 3 fans from one header without problems. I don't see two fans being an issue. Its a good thing to note however. Its just another one of those safe recommendations.

agreed, it's the board pushing the power to the fans. I doubt it's going to harm the board...all you might get is ineffective fans if the attempted split has a weak spot in the work.
    
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Well, according to the M4A87TD-USB3 manual the CPU_FAN connector supports the CPU fan of maximum 2A (24 W) fan power.
So, no problem to hook 2 fans in the CPU_FAN.

My board is the Asus P8Z77-V LX and the CPU_FAN connector supports of maximum 1A (12W) fan power.
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Is your Xtraflo one of these?
XtraFlo 120 Red LED
XtraFlo 120 Blue LED
XtraFlo 120
XtraFlo 120 Slim
http://www.coolermaster.com/category.php?category_id=3583
The Evo stock fan (american version) is the Xtraflo 120 (non led and not slim).
Be carefull if using the Red LED fan and the 2 fans x 1 single header splitter cable.
Current (Ampere) 0.45A (0.7A MAX)
Usually the CPU Fan header can't exceed 1A (12W).
It is, the red LED one. That's weird then, why would I be getting so much better temps if it's the same fan with LEDs. And I was planning on drawing power from a Molex plug anyway, and just running the PWM and one of the Speed signals from the header.
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Once I get around to making myself a PWM splitter so I can use both my new Xtraflo fans, I'll take some pics then I want in biggrin.gif
Also, is it odd that in replacing my stock Blademaster with an Xtraflo I've dropped ~8C of my load temps? I wasn't expecting any real improvements (got them just for the looks) but now I can't wait until I get the pull fan on.
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It is, the red LED one. That's weird then, why would I be getting so much better temps if it's the same fan with LEDs. And I was planning on drawing power from a Molex plug anyway, and just running the PWM and one of the Speed signals from the header.

The 212+ stock fan (Blade Master) isn't the same as the XtraFlo Red Led.
Also the american 212 Evo stock fan (Xtraflo 120 non led) isn't the same as the Xtraflo Red Led.

XtraFlo 120 Red Led

Speed (R.P.M.) 800 - 2200 R.P.M ± 10%(PWM)
Air Flow (CFM) 34.02 – 93.74 CFM ± 10%
Air pressure (mmH2O) 0.43 – 3.30 mmH20
Current (Ampere) 0.45A (0.7A MAX)

212+ stock fan (Blade Master)

Speed (R.P.M.) 600 - 2000 R.P.M.
Air Flow (CFM) 21.2 - 76.8 CFM
Air pressure (mmH2O) 0.40 – 3.90 mm H2O
Current (Ampere) 0.36A Max.

American 212 Evo stock fan (Xtraflo 120 non led)

Speed (R.P.M.) 600 - 2,000 RPM (PWM) ± 10%
Air Flow (CFM) 24.9 – 82.9 CFM ± 10%
Air pressure (mmH2O) 0.3 – 2.7 mmH2O
Current (Ampere) 0.34A

Well, the Red Led is listed with high CFM and high air pressure.
And It also has higher speed (rpm) than the Blade Master.

Another guy reported some improvement with this Red Led fan on the Hyper 212+.

http://www.overclock.net/products/coolermaster-xtraflo-120mm/reviews
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Reseated my EVO, no change in temps still low 80 on stock. Switched to another 3770 same thing. Stock fan 100+ stock settings..
THEN we switched motherboard to Asus P8Z77-M. And a H60 cooler with dual typhoons. 60 on stock. Now running 4.5ghz on same temps as stock yesterday almost.
Only downside is under heavy load the 1850rpm typhoons and the stock fan from the radiator i put as intake in the bottom of the case goes up in rpm. And they make more sound then the other 30cfm fans i have in my case smile.gif
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can you clarify what you are saying.

temps are low 80 on stock. do you mean stock speed no overclock? are you idling at 80 or are you at 80 under full load doing a test with prime95 or another stress test program?
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