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Whats with all the Siryillan avatars? I've been seeing alot of them. He get cancer or something? (wondering if I missed something or ?)
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http://www.overclock.net/off-topic/9...agon-hope.html
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Ahh.. Thats too bad. I will say a prayer for him and I hope he gets better. thank you for the link Diane.
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post #14 of 16
Massive radiator

I thought there was a Black ice extreme 9 fan but cannot find it at the moment.
Edited by SpookedJunglist - 3/24/11 at 10:39pm
    
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Originally Posted by bob808 View Post
your not going to get very good results with the 200mm fans available. It will work, but probably not as good as a 120x2 rad with better fans.
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Originally Posted by nickbaldwin86 View Post
200mm fans just ....suck...
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lol yep, they generally don't have very good static pressure which is what you need for rads.
The Phobya 200 is only 8 FPI, so I don't think static pressure is going to matter much. Get a fan that moves lots of air and you should have pretty good results. The problem with current 140 radiators is that all the slim models are 30FPI. Taking that into consideration, I would probably actually take the Phobya 200 over a 2x140 if I was limited to a slim radiator. The only question is how well the Phobya 200 scales with increasing air flow.

At 1300 RPM and 166CFM, I would think the NZXT 200 would be a good match for the Phobya 200. Next best fan choice would probably be the Silverstone FM181 or perhaps the Silverstone Air Penetrator - both 180mm fans. This is all assuming advertised flow rates are semi-accurate (I know, that's giving manufacturers lots of credit).

I would really like to know what would be better between a slim 2x140 rad and the Phobya 200 (all assuming fans with a max rpm of 1400), but I'm really leaning towards the Phobya 200.



More Phobya 200 Pictures
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post #16 of 16
I spent a crap-ton of time looking up more info on the Phobya 200 and found the following to be of some interest. Sadly, no tests beyond 700 RPM. They're all in other languages.

Phobya 200 Review (translated from German). Kind of disappointed they didn't test any fans faster than 700RPM.

Another Phobya 200 Review

140+ mm radiator roundup! Good comparison is the Koolance 280 vs Phobya 200. Too bad they don't show results for the Phobya 200 at higher RPMs. Notice in the plot below, that the Phobya 200 is only at 700RPM, while all the others are at 800.



Flow Rate (LPH) - It's also apparently somewhat lower restriction


I really wish Martin or Skinnee could get a hold of one of these for testing purposes.
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