Originally Posted by Shenhua
You're wrong even with the proof in front of you.
Test benching while it might eliminate the external variables, it doesn't represent a real case scenario.
You can have cooler 1, with X capacity heatsink and a slow fan, and cooler 2 with 0.9X capacity heatsink with a fast fan.
Cooler 2 will be better on the test bench, but cooler 1, might be equal or better in a well set up case.
I'm sorry. You can say whatever you want, but I'm seeing all the time results and leads from my testing and others that drives me and reinforce the same conclusion.
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Your post is only more proof you lack the knowledge needed to perform accurate testing.
How can you determine a cooler's performance with the many variables in a case built system not being accounted for?
Obviously cooler fan speeds / noise levels are variables measured when bench testing and used for comparing coolers at same fan speed or same noise elvel. Same as monitoring air temp into cooler for delta temp performance.
No, every coolers' performance when tested on a bench is based on air temp, same fan speed / noise level, but because bench testing eliminates many of the varialbes not taken into account (like air temp into cooler, fan noise level, etc.) that in almost all case built testing are not taken into account and are therefore inaccurate.
Every cooler I've tested on bench test station performs the same in a case built system. Testing bench simply eliminates variables like not being able to acutally monitor fan noise in case build because of other fan noise in such close proximity they cannot be isolated from cooler fan's noise.
Either you are simply trooling or you don't understand basics of cooler testing.
Again, please take your posting elsewhere so it doesn't clutter up this thread.