Originally Posted by Insan1tyOne
Some reviews on the Egg stated that with the "High Static Pressure" versions they were seeing temp. improvements on the H100 (with a single set of fans) by 6-7C.
those people dont have a clue about what they got by the fan switch...
easy way to explain...
the OE fans are: 2650rpm, 92cfm, 7.7mm/h2o creating 65° loaded heat for the overclock...
the SP120 fans are:2350rpm, 62cfm, 3.1mm/h2o
slow the fans down in rpm and reduce the static pressure by more than half.. and
the system is cooler?? does that sound like something can get cooler? especailly
on a high fin per inch radiator when air volume is critical...
the SP120 fans are a great fan (i have many of them) but the performance is nothing
like the OE. the only reason to switch them is noise tolerance... you want a better
performing fan, the noise gets louder as the fan generates more flow through the