Xigmatek“s Achilles S1284 Vs. Thermalright Kings
View Single Post
May 7, 2008, 06:05 AM
Join Date: May 2008
Location: Hilleroed, Denmark
Originally Posted by
CFM means nothing when it comes to a fan for a heatsink and you need to learn that.
Static Pressure means a lot more when it comes to a fan for a CPU than CFM.
You could have 600 CFM on a fan but if it can't move air through the heatsink its not gonna cool anything down. This is why Noctua brought out the NF-P12 series as they are a high static pressure fan designed to push air through heatsinks to allow proper cooling.
Do a bit more research before thinking CFM means everything in fact I dare you to redo these tests with a NF-P12 fan compared to stock and I'll put money down that the NF-P12 will provide better results.
hehe relax mate. You are having a heart attack man.
Im fully aware of static pressure, and please provide me a link proving that the fan suks ?
You propperly cant, because you and I dont know.
dont freak out like that, is this the way you treat new users? I have been polite and stated my openion without offending anywon.
and BTW from calling the fan bad to wanting to compare it to a 20-30$ fan. That has no comparision mate.
Remember the heatsink is extreemly cheap, and even so it almost outperforms the True 120.
the 1283 has done so many times.
My System Specs
View Public Profile
Send a private message to Nosferatu
Visit Nosferatu's homepage!
Find all posts by Nosferatu