• We've upgraded our forums. Please post any issues/requests in this thread.

Fan for H60 (High air pressure?)

Joined
Aug 11, 2011
Messages
393 (0.17/day)
Likes
35
Location
Denmark
System Name Coming up in september
#1
Hello, I've been browsing 120mm fans from caseking.de, and found a couple of candidates, but I need help deciding on the fan, note that the price difference is negligible and it will be used for overclocking approximately to 4.5ghz

CPU: 2500k
Cooler:Corsair H60
Case:Lian Li PC-Q08

Fans(PWM not needed, I will try to make it run at its highest RPM):

-Be Quiet Shadow Wings High-Speed: http://www.caseking.de/shop/catalog...ter-Shadow-Wings-High-Speed-120mm::17620.html

-Alpenföhn Wing Boost Plus: http://www.caseking.de/shop/catalog...oost-Plus-PWM-Luefter-black-white::17942.html

-Akasa Apache: http://www.caseking.de/shop/catalog/Luefter/Akasa/Akasa-Apache-120mm-PWM-Fan-black::13872.html

-Gentle Typhoon 1850 RPM (another shop)

Build quality and reliability also matters

Thanks in advance:)
 
Joined
Feb 8, 2008
Messages
2,312 (0.64/day)
Likes
715
Location
Switzerland
System Name Keep spending on me
Processor i7 4790K ( 4.4 Ghz stock )
Motherboard Maximus VII Impact z97
Cooling Corsair H90 140mm AIO
Memory 2x8 GB Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR3 1866 Mhz
Video Card(s) ASUS DUAL GTX 1060
Storage M.2 Samsung NVMe 960 Pro 512 GB
Display(s) AOC G2460 G-Sync 1080p
Case Cooler Master Mastercase 3
Audio Device(s) SupremeFX II Impact
Power Supply Corsair AX760
Mouse Razer Deathadder 2013
Software Win 10 64 Bit
Benchmark Scores Gaming at high performance is my priority
#2
For maximum performance my adice is the Scythe Gentle Typhoon are the best for the radiators. Although I've never had one.
 

Aquinus

Resident Wat-man
Joined
Jan 28, 2012
Messages
10,401 (4.84/day)
Likes
5,481
Location
Concord, NH
System Name Kratos
Processor Intel Core i7 3930k @ 4.2Ghz
Motherboard ASUS P9X79 Deluxe
Cooling Zalman CPNS9900MAX 130mm
Memory G.Skill DDR3-2133, 16gb (4x4gb) @ 9-11-10-28-108-1T 1.65v
Video Card(s) MSI AMD Radeon R9 390 GAMING 8GB @ PCI-E 3.0
Storage 2x120Gb SATA3 Corsair Force GT Raid-0, 4x1Tb RAID-5, 1x500GB
Display(s) 1x LG 27UD69P (4k), 2x Dell S2340M (1080p)
Case Antec 1200
Audio Device(s) Onboard Realtek® ALC898 8-Channel High Definition Audio
Power Supply Seasonic 1000-watt 80 PLUS Platinum
Mouse Logitech G602
Keyboard Rosewill RK-9100
Software Ubuntu 17.10
Benchmark Scores Benchmarks aren't everything.
#3
I have a pair of Sunon 120mm fans that move 150cfm at full speed, but with a start-up voltage of 5v. They run well and quiet at low speeds, but if you ever wanted to go for that max overclock and didn't really care about sound they get loud and move a ridiculous amount of air. NewEgg doesn't have the particular one I have anymore, but it is this: SUNON PMD1212PTB1-A 120x120x25mm Double Ball Beari...
 
Joined
Oct 26, 2011
Messages
3,121 (1.39/day)
Likes
892
Processor Ci7 5960X
Motherboard RVE
Cooling Triple Aquacomputer AMS 840 with D5
Memory Some random DDR4
Video Card(s) GTX 1080 Ti
Storage 960 EVO
Display(s) Dell U3011 2560x1600 + Dell 2408WFP 1200x1920 (Portrait)
Case Dimastech Bench EasyXL
Audio Device(s) Essence STX
Power Supply AX 1500i
Software Win10
#4
You can't get better than Gentle Typhoons for performance/noise ratio otherwise if you want massive performance pick the 5400 rpm version, be aware that they don't downvolt that good.

I'd get the GT 1850rpm they are very quiet, I got 18 of em in my build.
 
Joined
Aug 11, 2011
Messages
393 (0.17/day)
Likes
35
Location
Denmark
System Name Coming up in september
#5
I've been reading abit about the typhoons now, from what I read it seems they are very good noise wise, but their air pressure is not nearly as high as other variants with slightly higher noise ratio's, anyone got a comment on this?

5400RPM is too high for my needs, I'll be setting the max at 2200 :)
 

FreedomEclipse

~Technological Technocrat~
Joined
Apr 20, 2007
Messages
17,149 (4.40/day)
Likes
5,304
Location
London,UK
System Name Codename: Rapture X Mk.VI {Still....MoonPig Edition}
Processor Intel 3930k@4.5Ghz
Motherboard Asus P9X79 PRO
Cooling Corsair H105 {2x Corsair ML 120 Pro}|VRM: Antec Spotcool 100
Memory 32GB DDR3 Kingston HyperX Beast 2400Mhz {8x4GB}
Video Card(s) MSI 1070 Gaming X (Samsung)
Storage 512GB Samsung 850 Pro (Boot)|1x 512GB Crucial MX100|2x 3TB Toshiba DT01ACA300
Display(s) Asus PB278Q 27"
Case Corsair 760T (White) {1x140mm NB PK-3, 2x Corsair AF140}
Audio Device(s) Creative SB Z {Speakers: Logitech Z-5500 }
Power Supply Corsair AX760
Mouse Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum
Keyboard Duckyshine Dead LED(s) III
Software Windows 7 7600 x64
Benchmark Scores ( ͡°( ͡° ͜ʖ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)ʖ ͡°) ͡°)
#6
I'd get the GT 1850rpm they are very quiet, I got 18 of em in my build.
I only got 2, but they do a marvolous job.

Ive been temped to try out Corsairs new fans though specially the performance ones that claim to have a static pressure of 3.1 at full compared to 1850rpm GT's which have been calculated at 2.8 i think.
 
Joined
Aug 11, 2011
Messages
393 (0.17/day)
Likes
35
Location
Denmark
System Name Coming up in september
#7
I only got 2, but they do a marvolous job.

Ive been temped to try out Corsairs new fans though specially the performance ones that claim to have a static pressure of 3.1 at full compared to 1850rpm GT's which have been calculated at 2.8 i think.
That is higher than I expected. Could you forward me to the test showing 2.8 air pressure on GT's ? Most places I've looked showed only around 2.1-2.2 :/ If they truly are 2.8 they might be the best choice
 

FreedomEclipse

~Technological Technocrat~
Joined
Apr 20, 2007
Messages
17,149 (4.40/day)
Likes
5,304
Location
London,UK
System Name Codename: Rapture X Mk.VI {Still....MoonPig Edition}
Processor Intel 3930k@4.5Ghz
Motherboard Asus P9X79 PRO
Cooling Corsair H105 {2x Corsair ML 120 Pro}|VRM: Antec Spotcool 100
Memory 32GB DDR3 Kingston HyperX Beast 2400Mhz {8x4GB}
Video Card(s) MSI 1070 Gaming X (Samsung)
Storage 512GB Samsung 850 Pro (Boot)|1x 512GB Crucial MX100|2x 3TB Toshiba DT01ACA300
Display(s) Asus PB278Q 27"
Case Corsair 760T (White) {1x140mm NB PK-3, 2x Corsair AF140}
Audio Device(s) Creative SB Z {Speakers: Logitech Z-5500 }
Power Supply Corsair AX760
Mouse Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum
Keyboard Duckyshine Dead LED(s) III
Software Windows 7 7600 x64
Benchmark Scores ( ͡°( ͡° ͜ʖ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)ʖ ͡°) ͡°)
#8
That is higher than I expected. Could you forward me to the test showing 2.8 air pressure on GT's ? Most places I've looked showed only around 2.1-2.2 :/ If they truly are 2.8 they might be the best choice
actually you could be right...

I was trawling through the net a while back looking for better fans for my Antec 920 and i came across a forum where a guy had the complete calculation for the 1850rpm GT posted up. I cant remember the website for shit.


I recommend giving corsairs SP120 High Performance Edition a go. might be worth plugging them into a fan controller though.

the fans are 3.1mm H2o
 
Joined
Aug 11, 2011
Messages
393 (0.17/day)
Likes
35
Location
Denmark
System Name Coming up in september
#9
actually you could be right...

I was trawling through the net a while back looking for better fans for my Antec 920 and i came across a forum where a guy had the complete calculation for the 1850rpm GT posted up. I cant remember the website for shit.


I recommend giving corsairs SP120 High Performance Edition a go. might be worth plugging them into a fan controller though.

the fans are 3.1mm H2o
Sorry for the slow reply, been a rough friday :toast:

Those Corsair fans indeed look interesting, although I must admit, it has a slightly higher noise level then I prefer, but I'll see if I can find them around
 
Joined
Aug 11, 2011
Messages
393 (0.17/day)
Likes
35
Location
Denmark
System Name Coming up in september
#10
Could anyone possibly tell me how Akasa Apache achieves pretty much same performance as the BeQuiet fan, but at a speed of 900 rpm's lower, not to mention the noise?? :/, is this a marketing scam or?
 

FreedomEclipse

~Technological Technocrat~
Joined
Apr 20, 2007
Messages
17,149 (4.40/day)
Likes
5,304
Location
London,UK
System Name Codename: Rapture X Mk.VI {Still....MoonPig Edition}
Processor Intel 3930k@4.5Ghz
Motherboard Asus P9X79 PRO
Cooling Corsair H105 {2x Corsair ML 120 Pro}|VRM: Antec Spotcool 100
Memory 32GB DDR3 Kingston HyperX Beast 2400Mhz {8x4GB}
Video Card(s) MSI 1070 Gaming X (Samsung)
Storage 512GB Samsung 850 Pro (Boot)|1x 512GB Crucial MX100|2x 3TB Toshiba DT01ACA300
Display(s) Asus PB278Q 27"
Case Corsair 760T (White) {1x140mm NB PK-3, 2x Corsair AF140}
Audio Device(s) Creative SB Z {Speakers: Logitech Z-5500 }
Power Supply Corsair AX760
Mouse Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum
Keyboard Duckyshine Dead LED(s) III
Software Windows 7 7600 x64
Benchmark Scores ( ͡°( ͡° ͜ʖ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)ʖ ͡°) ͡°)
#11
Could anyone possibly tell me how Akasa Apache achieves pretty much same performance as the BeQuiet fan, but at a speed of 900 rpm's lower, not to mention the noise?? :/, is this a marketing scam or?
Ive tried 2 of them in push pull.... they are terrible for rads, they dont move enough air.

However Ive heard of people having success with Akasa Vipers. but i dont think they move as much as 1850rpm GTs
 
Joined
Apr 21, 2008
Messages
5,230 (1.48/day)
Likes
661
Location
IRAQ-Baghdad
System Name MASTER
Processor Core i7 3930k run at 4.4ghz
Motherboard Asus Rampage IV extreme
Cooling Corsair H100i
Memory 4x4G kingston hyperx beast 2400mhz
Video Card(s) 2X EVGA GTX680
Storage 2X Crusial M4 256g raid0, 1TbWD g, 2x500 WD B
Display(s) Samsung 27' 1080P LED 3D monitior 2ms
Case CoolerMaster Chosmos II
Audio Device(s) Creative sound blaster X-FI Titanum champion,Creative speakers 7.1 T7900
Power Supply Corsair 1200i, Logitch G500 Mouse, headset Corsair vengeance 1500
Software Win7 64bit Ultimate
Benchmark Scores 3d mark 2011: testing
#12

FreedomEclipse

~Technological Technocrat~
Joined
Apr 20, 2007
Messages
17,149 (4.40/day)
Likes
5,304
Location
London,UK
System Name Codename: Rapture X Mk.VI {Still....MoonPig Edition}
Processor Intel 3930k@4.5Ghz
Motherboard Asus P9X79 PRO
Cooling Corsair H105 {2x Corsair ML 120 Pro}|VRM: Antec Spotcool 100
Memory 32GB DDR3 Kingston HyperX Beast 2400Mhz {8x4GB}
Video Card(s) MSI 1070 Gaming X (Samsung)
Storage 512GB Samsung 850 Pro (Boot)|1x 512GB Crucial MX100|2x 3TB Toshiba DT01ACA300
Display(s) Asus PB278Q 27"
Case Corsair 760T (White) {1x140mm NB PK-3, 2x Corsair AF140}
Audio Device(s) Creative SB Z {Speakers: Logitech Z-5500 }
Power Supply Corsair AX760
Mouse Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum
Keyboard Duckyshine Dead LED(s) III
Software Windows 7 7600 x64
Benchmark Scores ( ͡°( ͡° ͜ʖ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)ʖ ͡°) ͡°)
#13
ok this is it best ever choice, silverstone Air Penetrator technology
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8m8fC809TK0
no way other, this is the new technology all brands now going on same design.
It has poor static pressure compared to Scythe GTs

AP-121 is only rated at 1.71mm H2o

therefore its not the best choice. and i havent seem the same design being used by other brands. if you are refering to the fluid dynamic bearing then there are already a few brands that use the same bearing and theyve beein doing it for ages
 
Last edited:
Joined
Oct 26, 2011
Messages
3,121 (1.39/day)
Likes
892
Processor Ci7 5960X
Motherboard RVE
Cooling Triple Aquacomputer AMS 840 with D5
Memory Some random DDR4
Video Card(s) GTX 1080 Ti
Storage 960 EVO
Display(s) Dell U3011 2560x1600 + Dell 2408WFP 1200x1920 (Portrait)
Case Dimastech Bench EasyXL
Audio Device(s) Essence STX
Power Supply AX 1500i
Software Win10
#14
Yes, the silverstone fans are good as case fans but not for radiators.
 
Joined
Aug 11, 2011
Messages
393 (0.17/day)
Likes
35
Location
Denmark
System Name Coming up in september
#15
ok this is it best ever choice, silverstone Air Penetrator technology
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8m8fC809TK0
no way other, this is the new technology all brands now going on same design.
Thanks for the input, although that fan I've put in the "no-go" list, since it seems to be a really good case/hardware cooling fan, but not the most optimal for radiators, it also seems that it needs a certain distance for max effectiveness.


I guess after reading about the bad performance for the Apache's push pull config, I'll add that to the no-go list aswell, I thought there was something fishy about it. Whilst being 900 RPM's slower, it had the same stats as a 2200 RPM BeQuiet fan...

Caseking.de doesnt sell Gentle Typhoons, so it seems I'm left with the BeQuit 2200 fan
 
Joined
Nov 8, 2011
Messages
143 (0.06/day)
Likes
23
System Name Fortress8
Processor AMD FX 8320 4.0GHz 4.5GHz Tubo (undervolted)
Motherboard ASRock 970M Pro3
Cooling Corsair H60
Memory G.Skill 32GB RipjawX @ 1600Mhz
Video Card(s) Sapphire OC 7870 2GB
Storage 1x OCZ Arc 100,2x WD 3TB Green
Display(s) LG 23" IPS full hd and 2x Acer G22 LCD Monitor
Case Silverstone LC-17 Black | Silverstone FT-03B
Audio Device(s) Stock
Power Supply Silverstone Strider 550W ST55F-G
Mouse shopping around
Keyboard shopping around
Software MS Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit
#16
Try looking for a thicker fan and attach it to a decent fan controller. I run the 200CFM fan of a Coolermaster HAF-X as the push of my push-pull config on my H60 connected to my NZXT mesh fan controller. I can my AMD1075T down to 14 degree ldle and no hihger than 45 degrees at load with my overclock.
 
Joined
Feb 9, 2009
Messages
147 (0.05/day)
Likes
22
Location
Örebro, Sweden
Processor Intel Core i7 3930k
Motherboard ASUS Rampage IV Extreme
Cooling Custom built watercooling
Memory 32Gigs of Corsair Vengeance LP White 1600
Video Card(s) XFX Radeon HD5870
Storage WD Velociraptor 300Gb, Corsair Force GT 120Gb
Display(s) Samsung T220 22" + Benq T905 19" + Samsung 930BF 19"
Case Heavily modded p182
Audio Device(s) Realtek something or other
Power Supply Corsair 600w
Software Windows 8 Pro x64
#17
ok this is it best ever choice, silverstone Air Penetrator technology
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8m8fC809TK0
no way other, this is the new technology all brands now going on same design.
What other brands? that would only be good if you don't have the fan stuck to the rad but a bit away from it, otherwise the air can only go through the rad anyway, its just marketing, has no added value for cooling.
 
Joined
Apr 21, 2008
Messages
5,230 (1.48/day)
Likes
661
Location
IRAQ-Baghdad
System Name MASTER
Processor Core i7 3930k run at 4.4ghz
Motherboard Asus Rampage IV extreme
Cooling Corsair H100i
Memory 4x4G kingston hyperx beast 2400mhz
Video Card(s) 2X EVGA GTX680
Storage 2X Crusial M4 256g raid0, 1TbWD g, 2x500 WD B
Display(s) Samsung 27' 1080P LED 3D monitior 2ms
Case CoolerMaster Chosmos II
Audio Device(s) Creative sound blaster X-FI Titanum champion,Creative speakers 7.1 T7900
Power Supply Corsair 1200i, Logitch G500 Mouse, headset Corsair vengeance 1500
Software Win7 64bit Ultimate
Benchmark Scores 3d mark 2011: testing
#18
It has poor static pressure compared to Scythe GTs

AP-121 is only rated at 1.71mm H2o

therefore its not the best choice. and i havent seem the same design being used by other brands. if you are refering to the fluid dynamic bearing then there are already a few brands that use the same bearing and theyve beein doing it for ages
maybe im wrong about who start this technology, but im was do a wide search and find this way is the best way for air directing.
 

FreedomEclipse

~Technological Technocrat~
Joined
Apr 20, 2007
Messages
17,149 (4.40/day)
Likes
5,304
Location
London,UK
System Name Codename: Rapture X Mk.VI {Still....MoonPig Edition}
Processor Intel 3930k@4.5Ghz
Motherboard Asus P9X79 PRO
Cooling Corsair H105 {2x Corsair ML 120 Pro}|VRM: Antec Spotcool 100
Memory 32GB DDR3 Kingston HyperX Beast 2400Mhz {8x4GB}
Video Card(s) MSI 1070 Gaming X (Samsung)
Storage 512GB Samsung 850 Pro (Boot)|1x 512GB Crucial MX100|2x 3TB Toshiba DT01ACA300
Display(s) Asus PB278Q 27"
Case Corsair 760T (White) {1x140mm NB PK-3, 2x Corsair AF140}
Audio Device(s) Creative SB Z {Speakers: Logitech Z-5500 }
Power Supply Corsair AX760
Mouse Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum
Keyboard Duckyshine Dead LED(s) III
Software Windows 7 7600 x64
Benchmark Scores ( ͡°( ͡° ͜ʖ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)ʖ ͡°) ͡°)
#19
maybe im wrong about who start this technology, but im was do a wide search and find this way is the best way for air directing.
the OP is talking about cooling a radiator, not a case, the AP121 for case cooling is pretty good.

Jergergrim - check these out

Ive heard a few people use these on their rads, but they are noisy

(If you click on the link from Corsair i posted earlier - I think they actually allow you to buy it directly from them but im not sure)
 
Joined
Aug 11, 2011
Messages
393 (0.17/day)
Likes
35
Location
Denmark
System Name Coming up in september
#20
Try looking for a thicker fan and attach it to a decent fan controller. I run the 200CFM fan of a Coolermaster HAF-X as the push of my push-pull config on my H60 connected to my NZXT mesh fan controller. I can my AMD1075T down to 14 degree ldle and no hihger than 45 degrees at load with my overclock.
I'll be using a Lian Li PC-Q08 m-ITX case, so I'm limited to the 25mm width unfortunately, otherwise a pretty good suggestion :)

the OP is talking about cooling a radiator, not a case, the AP121 for case cooling is pretty good.

Jergergrim - check these out

Ive heard a few people use these on their rads, but they are noisy

(If you click on the link from Corsair i posted earlier - I think they actually allow you to buy it directly from them but im not sure)
I'll check that one up now, cheers
 
Joined
Apr 21, 2008
Messages
5,230 (1.48/day)
Likes
661
Location
IRAQ-Baghdad
System Name MASTER
Processor Core i7 3930k run at 4.4ghz
Motherboard Asus Rampage IV extreme
Cooling Corsair H100i
Memory 4x4G kingston hyperx beast 2400mhz
Video Card(s) 2X EVGA GTX680
Storage 2X Crusial M4 256g raid0, 1TbWD g, 2x500 WD B
Display(s) Samsung 27' 1080P LED 3D monitior 2ms
Case CoolerMaster Chosmos II
Audio Device(s) Creative sound blaster X-FI Titanum champion,Creative speakers 7.1 T7900
Power Supply Corsair 1200i, Logitch G500 Mouse, headset Corsair vengeance 1500
Software Win7 64bit Ultimate
Benchmark Scores 3d mark 2011: testing
#21
the OP is talking about cooling a radiator, not a case, the AP121 for case cooling is pretty good.

Jergergrim - check these out

Ive heard a few people use these on their rads, but they are noisy

(If you click on the link from Corsair i posted earlier - I think they actually allow you to buy it directly from them but im not sure)
agree with u, but didn't also it will be great with radiator, specially when when u put it to push air on radiator to out side the case, no hot air will be stick inside.
u know high speed air directed penetration on radiator make it freezing, u right about those fans it will a bit more noisy over others in same RPM speed, but performance in 1st place i see.

i like corsair fans too, it's also great
 

FreedomEclipse

~Technological Technocrat~
Joined
Apr 20, 2007
Messages
17,149 (4.40/day)
Likes
5,304
Location
London,UK
System Name Codename: Rapture X Mk.VI {Still....MoonPig Edition}
Processor Intel 3930k@4.5Ghz
Motherboard Asus P9X79 PRO
Cooling Corsair H105 {2x Corsair ML 120 Pro}|VRM: Antec Spotcool 100
Memory 32GB DDR3 Kingston HyperX Beast 2400Mhz {8x4GB}
Video Card(s) MSI 1070 Gaming X (Samsung)
Storage 512GB Samsung 850 Pro (Boot)|1x 512GB Crucial MX100|2x 3TB Toshiba DT01ACA300
Display(s) Asus PB278Q 27"
Case Corsair 760T (White) {1x140mm NB PK-3, 2x Corsair AF140}
Audio Device(s) Creative SB Z {Speakers: Logitech Z-5500 }
Power Supply Corsair AX760
Mouse Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum
Keyboard Duckyshine Dead LED(s) III
Software Windows 7 7600 x64
Benchmark Scores ( ͡°( ͡° ͜ʖ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)ʖ ͡°) ͡°)
#22
agree with u, but didn't also it will be great with radiator, specially when when u put it to push air on radiator to out side the case, no hot air will be stick inside.
u know high speed air directed penetration on radiator make it freezing, u right about those fans it will a bit more noisy over others in same RPM speed, but performance in 1st place i see.

i like corsair fans too, it's also great
you are missing the point hayder - its not about if the fans spin fast or not (or if they channel the air) its all about Static Pressure when it comes to choosing fans for watercooling. e.g. how much air it can force through the radiator. having it in push pull configuration helps though but there are better options available then the air penetrator set
 

Fourstaff

Moderator
Staff member
Joined
Nov 29, 2009
Messages
9,376 (3.19/day)
Likes
2,100
Location
Home
System Name Asus K50-X5DAB \\ Orange!
Processor Athlon QL-65 2.2Ghz \\ 3570K
Motherboard Laptop \\ ASRock z77 Extreme4
Cooling Laptop \\ H100i
Memory 1x1GB + 1X2GB \\ 2x4Gb 1600Mhz CL9 Corsair XMS3
Video Card(s) Mobility Radeon HD4570 512mb \\ Zotac 660Ti OC 2Gb
Storage 250Gb \\ Samsung 840 250Gb + Toshiba DT01ACA300 3Tb
Display(s) 15.6" 1366x768 \\ LG 22EA53VQ
Case Laptop Chassis \\ NZXT Phantom 410 Black/Orange
Power Supply Power Brick \\ Corsair CXM500w
#23
Joined
Aug 11, 2011
Messages
393 (0.17/day)
Likes
35
Location
Denmark
System Name Coming up in september
#24
Hi

Fans that have the most fins, these will produce the most static pressure for a rad, something more like this - http://www.caseking.de/shop/catalog...Shark-Black-Edition-Luefter-120mm::15489.html if you can find one with a brand name you trust, all the better.

atb (all the best)

Law-II
That fan seems to push alot of air as in CFM, but very low Static Pressure :/

So far I see Gentle Typhoon 1850 or BeQuiet 2200 RPM as the best available fans, being 2.0 and 2.7 pressure respectively, keeping in mind the noise is kept down and the overall quality of the build
 
Joined
Oct 5, 2010
Messages
858 (0.33/day)
Likes
218
System Name FragBox
Processor Intel Core i7 2600K @ 5.0GHz/1.45 volts
Motherboard Asus P8Z77 WS
Cooling Custom CPU loop
Memory Kingston 12GB DDR3 1600
Video Card(s) Galaxy GTX 680/Zotac GTX 680 in SLi/EVGA GTX 650Ti
Storage 2 Vertex 3 120's, raid 0, 2 Seagate Momentus XT 500GB's in raid 0, 1 Hitatchi 2TB for backup
Display(s) 3 Acer S232HLX2 in nvidia surround
Case Corsair C70 White
Audio Device(s) Onboard
Power Supply Corsair AX1200
Software Win 7 x64 Pro
#25
I have two of the new Corsair SP-120 High Pressure fans for testing, and I must say these are great fans! Similar to the Scythe GT's, and a bit less money than them too, with slightly better looks.