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Quote: Originally Posted by Shenhua View Post
Dont quote me on it, but most fans i think they dont even reach 10mm thickness.
I just measured one of my strix stock fans and they are 10mm from top to bottom with rotor and everything. The fan blades are only 5mm.
You are probably right. I know some of their housings are only 8.8mm thick.

Those narrow little blades can't build much pressure / overcome much resistance compared to the many time bigger fan blades are in 25mm thick fan housings.

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Bottom line, looking for something more powerful without risking the fan header. There seems to be a gap between the mainstream low noise fans and overkill industrial fans.
Believe what you want, just in my experience a normal fan at 1800rpm with no shroud somehow lost to a slim fan at 3800rpm with the shroud it was designed for.

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Bottom line, looking for something more powerful without risking the fan header. There seems to be a gap between the mainstream low noise fans and overkill industrial fans.
Believe what you want, just in my experience a normal fan at 1800rpm with no shroud somehow lost to a slim fan at 3800rpm with the shroud it was designed for.

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Some who have answered you here have years on study and experience in airflow and cooling, yet you think you know more than we do. But sense you think you know more about fans and airflow then they do, how about next time you just do your own thing instead of wasting their time?

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I can understand and agree with the strong initial recommendation of Arctic when the price, performance and airflow to noise ratio beats everything else on the market.
What I don't understand is why some continue to insist that I buy Arctic fans after I've repeatedly made it clear I've already got and prefer something faster.

Even then the P12 value packs also seem to be sold out currently.

I appreciate those who suggest possible fans, and the places to buy them from, still looking...
Discussion on forums helps keep the market honest, otherwise all we have left is talking head influencers and manipulated "reviews."



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I can understand and agree with the strong initial recommendation of Arctic when the price, performance and airflow to noise ratio beats everything else on the market.
What I don't understand is why some continue to insist that I buy Arctic fans after I've repeatedly made it clear I've already got and prefer something faster.

Even then the P12 value packs also seem to be sold out currently.

I appreciate those who suggest possible fans, and the places to buy them from, still looking...
Discussion on forums helps keep the market honest, otherwise all we have left is talking head influencers and manipulated "reviews."
Most of us don't care if you buy Arctic or not. I personally prefer others. You seem to think you need fans way more powerful than GPU coolers can realistically use. It's kinda like thinking a Cesna 180 needs a 747 engine. Maybe you are not aware that for air coolers to perform they need air at or near room ambient. Unless you have optimized your case airflow the air temp into your GPU & CPU cooler when gaming is likely 10-15c higher than room ambient, maybe even higher after 20-30 minutes of heavy gaming .. and every degree warmer the air is becomes same degrees hotter component will be at same load and fan speed. Only way to know is monitor air temp entering cooler while gaming to see. Sure, you can put extremely powerful fans on coolers and get slightly lower temps, but improving case airflow so air entering coolers is within a couple degrees of room gives much better results with normal fans.

If we knew where on Earth you are we might be able to help you find Arctic P12 or P9.

You might find below is link to basic guide of how airflow works and how to optimizce case airflow helpful.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/22319249-post5.html

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Quote: Originally Posted by ltpdttcdft View Post
I can understand and agree with the strong initial recommendation of Arctic when the price, performance and airflow to noise ratio beats everything else on the market.
What I don't understand is why some continue to insist that I buy Arctic fans after I've repeatedly made it clear I've already got and prefer something faster.
The Arctic P series cult...... You could post that you are looking for a PCI to NVME adapter and they'll insist you need a P12. The Kool Aid there is strong.

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The Arctic P series cult...... You could post that you are looking for a PCI to NVME adapter and they'll insist you need a P12. The Kool Aid there is strong.
Well technically anyone could and should use a P12 in that situation if they get a NVME that runs too hot, that's really not a stretch xD.
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Yeah I believe my evga 1080ti ftw3 had beast fans on it lol way more than 2k rpm

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The Arctic P series cult...... You could post that you are looking for a PCI to NVME adapter and they'll insist you need a P12. The Kool Aid there is strong.
You can say what you want, it's a good performance if used correctly, with very little and acceptable compromises.
Also OP used f series fans, which are completely different from p series.

Also these......:

.....suggest they are very good for radiators.
From GN video you can see noise at maximum RPM, and from the other video, while it might not be the most accurate testing in the world, it does show the fan's behavior. Also i did test my sw3 on air cooling radiators and seeing his results, makes me think he is in the right.

And OP's findings with max speed on stock fans against case fans i find it ridiculously untrue, since everyone i red, and everyone i know that did the mod, got drastic improvements. There's also the possibility that he is right, but F9 fans are probably one of the worst you can use for modding, where's p12 are some of the best.

To be honest i never liked the idea of using 90mm fans for GPU modding, because the fan blades dont cover completely the GPU heatsink.
These are 120 and you can see the fan it's covering the whole radiator area.

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You can say what you want, it's a good performance if used correctly, with very little and acceptable compromises.
I never commented on the fans. I only commented on the cult-like worship and devotion from some members here. I can't say that you jumping in to defend the honor of these fans, when no comment or insinuation regarding their performance was made is particularly helping to change that perception......

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