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post #22 of 250 (permalink) Old 01-22-2012, 10:49 PM
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dropped into the local pc place (for lack of a better term) and my GC2 won't be here til tuesday. Then I can get to testing different orientations with push or pull with just the blademaster. That'll give us a starting point at least until my yate loons and deltas get here.

Just keep in mind that if I don't update, it's par for the course around here. It's a small town and there's not a lot I can do about things.
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thats alright, try to get what you can, anythings better than nothing

Exactly! You've already done alot of testing!
Well very interesting/useful testing!

Thankyou for that by the way! It makes me feel so much better about spending $15 on an extra fan rolleyes.gif

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w/ a HAF 912 case you could get much better resullts than that ELITE
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thanks thunda. Good to know i should just keep my rear fan blowin! +rep

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yeah i know, but the elite was from like last year, it had been sitting in my closet for just about as long since I had upgraded to my phantom, the rig i used to test was comprised purely of parts I had laying around cept for the PSU.

@matt-matt what fan did you buy for 15? the blademasters are only 10 on newegg >_>
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and of course, this being a small town, almost no one seems to be on the ball here. I went in to the store to pick up what I needed, only to find out I just wasted a trip. Would they have the order in on the day they said they would? no, of course not because that would make sense.
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haha no. see, i tried him out because he was local right, and I figured it would be faster that way.

nope.

Next time I need parts, I'm just going to do what i did last time, and go into the city myself. I got all the parts for the rig I'm on now, cheap and somewhat easily (think massive hiker backpack, a day to kill and strong legs/back), so I'll just do that from now on.

I've also decided on the fans that I'm going to be using throughout this test. 4x slipstream 1200rpm and a delta AFC1212D. The slipstreams will be used as part of the control (1x in, 1x out), and the blademaster, delta and slipstream 1900rpm as variables.
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