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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Nick89, Jun 19, 2009.

  1. Nick89

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    Wow... 250 CFM...
     
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    Time lower the v-core a touch. Although I could try to wire it into the air intake in my car... right after the filter... should increase HP in a ghetto-supercharger type fashion.
     
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    Holy crap. i can imagine three of those in a ifx-14. The thing would come out flying out of your case.
     
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    Oh no, I hope the E-charger debate doesnt kick off because of this. Car guys know what im talking about.:laugh:
     
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    :roll: whoops... But honestly...

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    that doesnt hold a candle to 250CFM :laugh:...
     
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    tornado!
     
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    I loled, ghetto superchrger FTW.
     
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    Did someone say ghetto supercharger?

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    Lawnmower, hairdryer, etc...
     
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    Ya think this brings air a couple steps closer to liquid?
     
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    I've dealt with a hair dryer before--it isn't worth it. Invest in a better case.

    66 dBa is akin to a hair dryer or vacuum cleaner running all the time. Moreover, high power fans (1+ amp) need to be plugged into the power supply mains and not the motherboard.

    5500 RPM for a 120mm is extremely high.

    The design is very similar to the Vantec Tornado (I have 80x80x35mm varients of it).
     
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    Get 12 in a case and manage it well, but make sure that your case doesn't start moving... put some 100kg weights on it and you should be fine... Sound canceling headphones, soundproof room = perfect

    btw this won't work because it would rip off the RAM, HSF, and anything else it can rip off
     
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    You could also just replace the side panel with a box fan, for the same, but quieter, effect.
     
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    +2 you forgot the part were it would annoy the crap of you and if you think high end v card fans annoy you this will make you go crazy..

    I like there older one with 2x120mm fans. Which i think they have stopped making now.


    As for buying a new case as one will cost you like $60+ so may as well buy a dremel and mod the case you have already :)..
     
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    now i imagine something insane. all the fills of 12mm on a haf 932 with 2 psu, one for the fans and another for the system, then run it on a isolated room and, then, perfection.
     
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    Wonder if that guy made the review in all caps because the fan is so loud?
     
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    No he just couldnt hear himself think.:laugh: He probably went deaf so he cant hear himself type... lol:rolleyes:
     
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    66dB is pretty damn loud. I actually might get one next week.
     
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    That fan could turn ordinary dust into sandblasting material.
     
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    they are called Delta fans they are nicknamed "levitators" because if they are not secured they will slide across a surface you can hear how loud they are on Youtube.
     

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