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death_hawk July 5, 2008 09:13 PM

My Deltas are on the way
 
I finally ordered 8x TFB1212GHE.
It's the fan to end all fans.
Here's a specs sheet:
http://www.delta.com.tw/product/cp/dcfans/download/pdf/TFB/TFB120x120x38mm.pdf
Relevent specs:
220CFM
65dB
30W/2.5A

They're going on a pair of GT Xtreme 480s.

enaberif July 5, 2008 09:14 PM

where did you order them from?

Delta 120x38mm TFB1212GHE Extreme High Speed Case Fan - Sleeved Products Model: TFB1212GHE [TFB1212GHE] : Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come

haaha sold out!

Mibs July 5, 2008 09:32 PM

220CFM? Wow. What do you have in your loop that is going to require that much heat dissipation?

death_hawk July 5, 2008 09:36 PM

Delta TFB1212GHE 120x38mm Extreme High Speed

EDIT: I'm gonna make an E2200 cry.
I'm probably gonna keep 4 on one 480 GT to run a real loop and split the rest to cool random computers.
I'm definatly gonna stick one onto an Ultra120 to see if it'll beat a 120CFM Panaflo.

CanadaRox July 5, 2008 10:07 PM

I've got one of these for benchies, and they are LOUD! I don't mind a bit of noise, but with one of these going you have to raise your voice a ton just to be heard a foot or two away. When I have it running in my room, it can be clearly heard anywhere else in the house and not as a small background noise but very loud and clearly audible. But all that being said, they move a TON of air. You see 220CFM and your like "Wow!" and then you plug it in, and feel it an your like :shok::shok::shok: times 10. And the pressure of these things is just insane. I had a cordless phone ~1ft from the front of the fan and I plugged it in (PC on the desk at the time) and it literally sucked the phone into the fan (lucky it didn't get in the blades).

I think you may have just been better off getting a DI/LN2 pot and some DI/LN2 and just pushing it to the extreme. I'm pretty sure adding the second rad is completely overkill as I doubt that the E2200 will be able to pump out enough heat for the second rad to even do anything.

Based on how long this post is, you know I've had a hard time describing how loud and powerful these fans are!

(PS. San Ace has a 300CFM fan, but its 76mm thick and dual motor, and 70dBA IIRC. I'll try to find the link.)
EDIT: here is the San Ace link: SANYO DENKI Web CATALOGE
70dBA, 86W, 300CFM, I want one!

3oh6 July 5, 2008 10:39 PM

i have to agree with CanadaRox, dual rads and 220CFM fans only get you so far. your still only cooling with ambient air. in order to really push processors you have to go sub-zero. chances are a single PA120.2 and a couple 120CFM fans would get you to the exact same spot with that E2200 as you will with your setup.

now, if your wanting to cool a pair of GTX280s and a couple quads in a Skulltrail rig...then your setup would be aces, but as it stands, the heat dump will simply not be enough to see the difference in your setup regardless of the cooling capacity.

death_hawk July 6, 2008 12:55 AM

As mentioned in another thread, I have an E8400 and a Q6600 B3 to test out as well. Plus I'm sticking the whole works infront of a portable Air Conditioner.

And the E2200 isn't supposed to be "record breaking" I just want to make it cry.

nikitos July 6, 2008 06:26 PM

I take it that the strong winds and thunderstorms all over Alberta today are no accident, death_hawk? :P

3.0charlie July 6, 2008 06:40 PM

65db. Jeez.

death_hawk July 7, 2008 12:23 AM

Those are my Deltas flying to me. :rofl:


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