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THIS
Also 21dba and 36CFM is not a good design.
Tell me what role this fan fills? It is a low powered, loud and (to me) aesthetically horrible piece of equipment
Wow.. you fail very hard sir

ANYWAY..

From the review:

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"Today Cooler Master release their new Turbine Master Fan, with new innovative Barometric Ball Bearing Technology which provides longer life and lowers noise levels.
This isn’t the first time we have looked at a similar design as Enermax use the same bearing, but under a different ‘Twister’ moniker. Cooler Master have developed their own blade and frame design but with the same technology."
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why did the bother making it?
it's louder than the CM R4.
it moves less air than the CM R4.
and it's nearly 3 times more than a CM R4. :S
You do know the R4 is grossly overrated, right? It performs nowhere near as good as the specs said. I'd say that it's either pushing more like 50 CFM @ 25 dBA or 60 CFM @ 30 dBA. Hell, the 2150 RPM GentleTyphoon, which coincidentally also pushes 69 CFM (rated), does so at 30 dBA (rated) and GentleTyphoons are quiet/CFM...

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THIS
Also 21dba and 36CFM is not a good design.
Tell me what role this fan fills? It is a low powered, loud and (to me) aesthetically horrible piece of equipment
Uhhh... It doesn't put out 21 dBA. Their ambient noise from the air conditioning was 21 dBA. The fan itself is rated @ 14 dBA (which sounds realistic). It is a low powered and ugly fan, but not everyone wants more airflow (like me, fans currently @ ~500 RPM and probably pushing about 15 CFM) and looks can be overlooked or even liked by some.
Edited by B!0HaZard - 1/19/11 at 6:24am
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Mach 0.8 Review:

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Cooler Master are regulars here at Vortez. If it isn't a new heatsink or gaming mouse on the testbench then it's probably a power supply or enthusiast gaming enclosure.

They've been in the PC market for years and have produced a great many excellent cases and cooling solutions. Indeed, this has recently expanded into peripherals and a range of excellent power supplies too.

Now what we have here today harks back to the origins of Cooler Master - a new fan design that boasts ultra quiet running and reliable operation.

It's their new fan range named 'Turbine Master'.
http://www.vortez.co.uk/articles_pag..._review,1.html
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You do know the R4 is grossly overrated, right? It performs nowhere near as good as the specs said. I'd say that it's either pushing more like 50 CFM @ 25 dBA or 60 CFM @ 30 dBA. Hell, the 2150 RPM GentleTyphoon, which coincidentally also pushes 69 CFM (rated), does so at 30 dBA (rated) and GentleTyphoons are quiet/CFM...


Uhhh... It doesn't put out 21 dBA. Their ambient noise from the air conditioning was 21 dBA. The fan itself is rated @ 14 dBA (which sounds realistic). It is a low powered and ugly fan, but not everyone wants more airflow (like me, fans currently @ ~500 RPM and probably pushing about 15 CFM) and looks can be overlooked or even liked by some.
The R4s are roughly the same volume as the Blademaster at max RPM, in my experience, and the Blademasters are rated at "13-32 dBA" which is a much more accurate assessment than "19" for the R4s. I'd say even 32dBA is a very generous rating for them. They're NOISY. I'll never use garbage like those again. The BMs are decent heatsink fans though.

These new fans should be much, much less noisy.

Oh, and whoever thought 21 dBA is loud made me lol.
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Ok does it effect temps much? or just overall airflow?

i thought they did an ok job of cooling
The more static pressure a fan has the better it is at pushing air through a restrictive structure like a radiator or heatsink. More is always better. It's best to find the balance between CFM, static pressure and noise level that works for you.

Ehume's review uses a Mega too so you can see a good comparison of fans at your dBA level.

OT: The fan sure does look like a turbine alright. I'm wary of CM's fan ratings though.
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Cooler master has a fan on newegg with 69cfm and 19dba. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103060

how is this one better? I see it has more fins on it does that play any sort of role?
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Dusting/cleaning each individual fan blade won't be too much fun...
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Cooler master has a fan on newegg with 69cfm and 19dba. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835103060

how is this one better? I see it has more fins on it does that play any sort of role?
That's the R4.
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why did the bother making it?
it's louder than the CM R4.
it moves less air than the CM R4.
and it's nearly 3 times more than a CM R4. :S
CoolerMaster lied about the decibel rating of the R4. There is no way in hell that my R4 is 19dba @ 2000RPM.

Right now it's the loudest fan in my case, and horizontally it's even worse! I couldn't stand it anymore and got an S-Flex E last night and swapped the R4 out of horizontal position and into exhaust behind my NH-D14 and the noise was halved but it's still freakin loud.

I got one when they were advertising 90 CFM @ 19dba and They were lying on both counts. It's a shame.
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Did not know that was the R4. That makes more sense now.lol If what you guys are saying is true. then Ill be getting the Mach 1.8 instead of the r4. i am currently looking for case fans.
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