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Looks cool, But my question is, Isn't the Stock coolermaster Fan better than those 45cfm fans?
No I saw a 10C temp drop in p/p with these under load vs. just the stock fan, and I always run matching fans so it doesn't generate excessive noise, the stock fan has a lower static pressure than these and I'm considering making shrouds with some old fans I have, if I feel so inclined.

EDIT: These are also low-noise sleeve bearing fans, dead silent and they'll run forever with proper lubrication every so often.
Edited by 8ight - 8/20/10 at 12:24pm
 
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Hmm. I have long Screws and a Spare Noiseless 92mm Fan. What if I put it in addition to the push fan? like this

PULL FAN---HEATSINK---PUSH FAN---SPARE FAN

Also, the Push fan is 3500rpm and the Spare fan is I think around 2000-2500rpm. Will it **** up the whole thing or will I still get temps drop?
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Hmm. I have long Screws and a Spare Noiseless 92mm Fan. What if I put it in addition to the push fan? like this

PULL FAN---HEATSINK---PUSH FAN---SPARE FAN

Also, the Push fan is 3500rpm and the Spare fan is I think around 2000-2500rpm. Will it **** up the whole thing or will I still get temps drop?
Common misconception that stacking fans will increase static pressure or airflow, the only reason push/pull works better than just push or pull is it serves to keep air moving at a higher rate and pressure across a longer distance, so all you would be doing is making more noise (mismatched CFM rates and more vibration) and creating a larger path of airflow so no your temps would unfortunately stay the same. If you have seen some of ehume's stuff in the gallery, you'll notice he tethered a good 8 fans together and attached them to either side of his Megahalems, he went on to comment his temps were ironically no better at all.

EDIT: The "longer distance" in a p/p setups case is the distance between one side of the heatsinks fins to the other, so a p/p setup serves to move more air at a higher pressure through the fins giving you a slight temp drop.
 
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Well. I'll keep that with those 2 fans and not bother with the 3rd. Lol. Although the 3rd is literally NOISELESS. So even if the temps are not supposed to drop its still worth a try.. kinda.. but I ain't got the patience to do that.
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Updated! Can you just tell me the fans you're using? I wrote your using Push/Pull with the Stock BladeMaster 92mm, Correct me if I'm wrong.
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It may be silent alone but running fans with different flow rates in such close proximity creates extra vibration and more sound. Have you ever talked into a fan just inches from you face? Putting 2 fans in such close proximity yields the same effect since their speeds and noise levels and flow rates are so mismatched, and no matter how you stick the together the slower fan will act as a bottleneck to the speedier ones, that's why I always use identical fans for p/p.
 
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It may be silent alone but running fans with different flow rates in such close proximity creates extra vibration and more sound. Have you ever talked into a fan just inches from you face? Putting 2 fans in such close proximity yields the same effect since their speeds and noise levels and flow rates are so mismatched, and no matter how you stick the together the slower fan will act as a bottleneck to the speedier ones, that's why I always use identical fans for p/p.
yea I understand what you're saying. I'm using a Spire Bluestar which is running at around 3300RPM and 65CFM with the Stock Blademaster 92 which is 2900rpm and around 55CFM. Do you think it's bad ? cuz the differences aren't HUGE
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Add me! I'm all about good price and performance. Picked mine up a few months ago for like 14 bucks! Only running a crappy dual core, but the temps almost instantly dropped to ambients with this thing on =D Stock fan, I'll post a pic here in a bit, pc needs a dusting anyways
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Add me! I'm all about good price and performance. Picked mine up a few months ago for like 14 bucks! Only running a crappy dual core, but the temps almost instantly dropped to ambients with this thing on =D Stock fan, I'll post a pic here in a bit, pc needs a dusting anyways
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