Originally Posted by Shenhua
Oh pls, get lost! Mr. expert. You may be the one with most experience here, but sometimes your cockiness gets over your head way to much, thinking you got always all the answers. Static pressure is real in PCs thermals, and regardless of your *subjective* opinion on the matter, they do make a noticeable difference. Otherwise cooler manufacturers wouldn't be playing with fin count and spacing, and we would have 1 standard alone.
The macho type coolers will see more disadvantage in a hotbox than a u12a type cooler. Now go argue with the fish in the sea.
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When someone posts up such nonsensical things as you did as if they were in any way logical or scientific, I tend to point out what is real.
As I stated before, "static" = stopped, not moving .. a fan's static pressure rating is the maximum pressure it can push into a sealed container. How do you use a fan making it's 'static pressure' in a computer?
Simply put, my 'subjective opinion' is bases on knowledge and expreience and is simply the truth of the matter. It is not some nonsensical fantasy someone comes up with and posts up as if it is reality.
Now if you were to post actual knowledge instead of fantasy I would not be pointing out how it is wrong, but discuss it with you.
No, Macho and similar coolers are effected by the air temp going into them in the same ways all other coolers are. CPUs running at 100% CPU load are all effected by temp of air going into cooler the same. Every degree warmer the air into cooler is translates into same degrees hotter the CPU will be at same fan speed / airflow rate.
Fin count, spacing, etc. are a different subject .. one entirely different from fan static pressure ratings. They are also only one part of specifications of a cooler that determine it's cooling ability.