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Static Pressure of Arctic Cooling F12's?

post #1 of 9
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Hey! smile.gif

I was wondering if anyone knew or could find me the info about the F12's static pressure, I've looked on various product pages and at lots of graphs that just tell me the CFM and dB.

Would they be any good on a rad? I have 3 fans in pull atm but they only have like 1.8mm-H20.

Better or Worse?

Thanks smile.gif
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Alot of times it just comes down to how it looks.

A Fan with alot of blades a a huge motor will give you alot of static pressure.

A fan with 5-7 blades with a tiny motor will give you the least (assuming they are the "Normal" blade design)

Those seem to be ok.

I would personally just get a delta whistle.gif
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Originally Posted by StuffStuff1;12367437 
Alot of times it just comes down to how it looks.

A Fan with alot of blades a a huge motor will give you alot of static pressure.

A fan with 5-7 blades with a tiny motor will give you the least (assuming they are the "Normal" blade design)

Those seem to be ok.

I would personally just get a delta whistle.gif

Aha, delta's. One of the main reasons I WC'd was for silence, my 5970 was just to damned loud during gaming.

I might get them, I'd have to sort out a new fan controller though :3
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On the last fan round up iirc they did pretty darn good.
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On the last fan round up iirc they did pretty darn good.

Oh, cool.

I might get 7. whistle.gif

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Found it.

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooling/859483-round-6-fan-testing-working-thread-2.html#post11247353

The PWM's are on amazon for 10 shipped, non-PWMs are 6 shipped. I just got a some for spares. Don't need AP15s for every situation. biggrin.gif
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ughh Deltas arn't all that loud. The New AFB are awsome. They are actually quiter then some fans and use less energy yet they produce more CFm / SP

you just got to find the right one..

A controller is good no matter what fans you have
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Found it.

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooling/859483-round-6-fan-testing-working-thread-2.html#post11247353

The PWM's are on amazon for 10 shipped, non-PWMs are 6 shipped. I just got a some for spares. Don't need AP15s for every situation. biggrin.gif

True, AP-15's are pretty darn expensive.

I'm in Australia so N-E is a no go They're like 11$ flat for every kind here where I'm buying them.

Which ones to get.. thinking.gif
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Ah sorry, I didn't see your location till you mentioned it.
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