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  • aerocool 120mm-140mm shark fans

    http://www.aerocool.com.tw/accessory/ac_fan.htm

    they look great and they do 140mm versions too!

  • #2
    Not bad, but i'll want to get a sample first to see what they are actually like before stocking.
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    • #3
      i though most fans only used 7 blades as it was the best balance between noise and air flow? 15 blades could be some serous pressure pusher but with some noise to match.
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      • #4
        theyre hydro dynamic bearing so theyre pretty quiet and they only move at 1500rpm which isnt that fast.

        the blade design allows more air to be shifted per rotation.

        though of course take it all with a pinch of salt till theyve been tested

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        • #5
          i've wondered if the blades over lapped would it cause allot more pressure?
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          • #6
            Originally posted by f12f12 View Post
            i've wondered if the blades over lapped would it cause allot more pressure?
            if the blades overlapped im sure it will have a detrimental effect on airflowas you need space for air to enter and to escape. i could be wrong im not an expert in aerodynamics.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by I3r0k3N7FEET View Post
              theyre hydro dynamic bearing so theyre pretty quiet and they only move at 1500rpm which isnt that fast.

              the blade design allows more air to be shifted per rotation.

              though of course take it all with a pinch of salt till theyve been tested
              1500rpm is noisy on anything over 80mm.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by El Wayneo View Post
                1500rpm is noisy on anything over 80mm.
                really?

                i guess it depends on what you are comparing it to. xigmatek fans move at 1500rpm and i dont consider them to be noisy. they arent silent mind.

                my enermax apolloish move at 1700rpm and theyre near silent.

                in fact with 120mm fans ive only experienced 2 fans i would call noisy and both moved at 2200rpm. i guess its just a perspective.

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                • #9
                  the antec stock fans i have on my computer are pretty noisy when i have them on full pelt but then again i tend to block out the noise and forget about it
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