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Hi, after reading this thread, im interested. They sound almost too good to be true. Any chance you would/could test this fan?
    
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Probably my poor english doesn't let me understand well from this cool thread
which fan actually would be the best for my setup. Supposing you could use
only 120x120x25 mm size, into a push pull rad configuration, which would
be the best noise/static pressure fan at the moment? I mean, which fan can
cool better a radiator without making too much noise? Atm i'm using nidec servo
GT-15, i was wandering if some of the new fans could be better, as air
penetrator from silverstone, or anything alse.
Thank you again for your job Martinm and happy new year to all.

EDIT: about air penetrator, NVM, just saw this :
[QUOTE=Martinm210;10872459]Comparison video at the bottom here:
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...d-4-gt-vs.html
Edited by Batou - 1/1/11 at 4:52am
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Originally Posted by Batou View Post
Probably my poor english doesn't let me understand well from this cool thread
which fan actually would be the best for my setup. Supposing you could use
only 120x120x25 mm size, into a push pull rad configuration, which would
be the best noise/static pressure fan at the moment? I mean, which fan can
cool better a radiator without making too much noise? Atm i'm using nidec servo
GT-15, i was wandering if some of the new fans could be better, as air
penetrator from silverstone, or anything alse.
Thank you again for your job Martinm and happy new year to all.

EDIT: about air penetrator, NVM, just saw this :
The Gentle Typhoons are the best for performance/noise.
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Yeah, the Gentle Typhoons are strongest in noise/cfm in 25mm thickness from about 1000-1850RPM

Below 1000RPM there are many good ones including yate loons from PTS/Sidewinder.

Generally you'll get the best performance if you can pick one and run it at or near 12V. Don't buy GT15s if you plan to run them at 1300RPMs all the time. GT14s or 13s would be a better choice.

I'm personally still running yate loons below 1000RPM....I just have a hard time seeing a substantial difference that slow and the good yates from PTS undervolt smoothly.

The newer revision Deltas were another really strong ratio fan on a radiator, but they are really only good for the 2000+ RPM range, that's where the 38mm fans seem to rule and the Deltas in particular did really well.
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Thanks for this awesome roundup, made my fan buying decision super easy

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Thanks!

I'm working on seeing if I can pull my round 8 results into this group as well. They were both tested the same, but my anemometer seems to have shifted and the check in didn't check out(1-2CFM error). I think I've figured out a way to correct the data portion though.
    
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Had to get a group photo together..I see I missed a couple now, but most of them are in there..

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LOL, classic!
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Hi Martin, thanks for the incredible testing! Do you think waveform analysis of the audio would lead to any clues or thoughts? Also, I've got a nice o'scope I could lend out if desired.

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any chance you could test the gelid wing 12?

EDIT: never mind, found it. thank you
Edited by morencyam - 1/22/11 at 9:24am
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