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Old October 27, 2009, 02:12 PM
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Originally Posted by CanadaRox View Post
It could be because a standard style fan can create a lot more airflow than a blower style fan can with the same airflow. Also blower style coolers like most dual slot GPUs have blow a small amount of air over long fins, so the part closer to the fan is cooler than farther away, but with a regular fan blowing straight down, its spread out more evenly which I'd expect would help keep a more stable temperature. And most of the people who are buying high end GPUs and aftermarket coolers will have a case with good airflow, so the air should be moved out of the case before it gets too hot.
That makes alot of sense. Good explanation as well. +1
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