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Old October 8, 2013, 08:39 AM
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Old October 9, 2013, 04:15 AM
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Thanks for fixing the post.
Thanks for liking this review (and the work behind).
This is the beginning of a large radiator review.
AMS 360 Al already added.
MoRa 3 9*140 vs. 4*200/4*230/4*180 is ready to start. Effekt of shrouds on large fans, push/pull effect etc.
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Old October 9, 2013, 05:24 AM
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Default Mora 3 9*140 (NB PK-3, pull)

A short view on a MoRa 3 experiment without and with fans added one by one at 460 W.
Result:
no fan give the option to cook the circuit (I stopped at 50 C hot water side since ther was no trend to get a equilibrium)
one fan is better than no fan (what a conlusion..) - no temperature increase
3 fans can reduce the water temperature by 16 K.
9 fans can reduce the water temperature by 23 K.
Graph shows that fanadapter 3 was not at max speed (or maybe the fan is not a PK-3???)
Every of my measurements are compared with a snapshot of such curves.

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Old October 10, 2013, 03:36 AM
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Hi GliderHR (and everyone else here!; I joined today),

Excellent posts and thorough measurements. Looking forward to the 4 vs 8 large diameter fan measurements on the Mo-Ra, and which fans you've selected. The choice for these large diameter fans isn't that great. I'm putting together my system and getting the Mo-Ra with the new 4x fan mounts. I'm waiting for Noctua to release their 200 A-series fan, which is planned for beginning of 2014, and will need to find a stop gap fan until then. Right now, based on data, looks like I'm going for four of the Phobya 180 700rpm fans, although that may very well change when I see your data. When I get the Noctuas I'll have an extra four fans, so for this reason I'm contemplating whether it's worthwhile to get an extra 4x fan mount for push pull. Thanks again for doing all the measurements!
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