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post #2621 of 3860
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Whenever they sell some TY-143's I'll grab some wink.gif
Same! I like that Tr switched to a better bearing type.
 
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post #2622 of 3860
How? Isn't it fluid dynamic like the ty-140?
I know it has a max of 2500rpm, which is insane for 140mm...and pwm. The colour is radioactive, but I don't have a side window. thumb.gif
post #2623 of 3860
Didn't they switch to a dual ball bearing after the ty-140? I'm fairly certain the ty-141 and ty-150 are.
 
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post #2624 of 3860
Ah, didn't know that...Dual ball bearings are not better per se, they can run faster, but are noisier, and can withstand heat and constant operation better. tongue.gif
post #2625 of 3860
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Ah, didn't know that...Dual ball bearings are not better per se, they can run faster, but are noisier, and can withstand heat and constant operation better. tongue.gif
They can operate in all orientations.... That's mine main gripe with non-ball bearing fans. Also, I don't mind a some noise and I from what I have heard, the new bearing is about the same noise level.
 
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post #2626 of 3860
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They can operate in all orientations.... That's mine main gripe with non-ball bearing fans. Also, I don't mind a some noise and I from what I have heard, the new bearing is about the same noise level.

Fluid dynamic bearings can operate with no gripe in any orientation too...Only sleeve and their variations need lubrication once in a while to withstand operating in other orientations (rifle bearings, and so on)

The noise part from what I gather, yeah, they are pretty much AS silent, when running the same rpm as the TY-140.
I could use the extra rpm the TY-143 offers...
post #2627 of 3860
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Fluid dynamic bearings can operate with no gripe in any orientation too...Only sleeve and their variations need lubrication once in a while to withstand operating in other orientations (rifle bearings, and so on)
The noise part from what I gather, yeah, they are pretty much AS silent, when running the same rpm as the TY-140.
I could use the extra rpm the TY-143 offers...
I am really curious to know if the 143's are ball bearing.
EDIT: "The Thermalright TR TY-143 140mm x 160mm PWM Fan is a large fan that can be used for many applications. It has a standard 120mm fan hole mounting pattern so this fan can be mounted on any standard 120 fan bracket. The fan comes with Enhanced Hyper-Flow Bearing (EHFB) so you are ensured consistent and stable RPM while providing a lifetime of usage. The seven silent torpedo blades give a very quiet and efficient airflow making this a great selection for CPU coolers. "
Edited by Badness - 10/13/12 at 12:33am
 
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post #2628 of 3860
Sounds like some modified liquid fluid dynamics...cause of the 'flow' thing thrown in the mix.
Marketing dept. creativity mayhaps?
post #2629 of 3860
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Originally Posted by Badness View Post

EDIT: "The Thermalright TR TY-143 140mm x 160mm PWM Fan is a large fan that can be used for many applications. It has a standard 120mm fan hole mounting pattern so this fan can be mounted on any standard 120 fan bracket. The fan comes with Enhanced Hyper-Flow Bearing (EHFB) so you are ensured consistent and stable RPM while providing a lifetime of usage. The seven silent torpedo blades give a very quiet and efficient airflow making this a great selection for CPU coolers. "

I take anything Thermalrigtht (and all others) say with a big dose of salt. They spec TY-140/141/143 fans 9mm bigger than they are. rolleyes.gif
Measure one and you will find fan is 140mm high x 151mm wide x 26.5mm thick and not 140mm x 160mm as their specs say... And if they can't get a simple measurement spec. right how can we trust anything else they say??

Edit: Just looked and now they are saying 151mm:D after marketing it for how many years? rolleyes.gif
post #2630 of 3860
I bet it's another bearing cause of the speed bump, never seen faster rpm fluid dynamic fans...
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