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CM MR HAF December 1, 2010 02:48 PM

A preview of two Cooler Master 2011 fans
 
Turbine Master:

Cooler Master has a 16 blade design with semi/enclosed frame allows for lower RPM with higher CFM. This means better low speed performance without high noise associated with traditional high RPM/high pressure fans. The 800 and 1200 speed versions are recommended for near quiet chassis. An semi open frame allows more airflow and minimizes turbulent sounds.
http://cmupload.coolermaster-usa.com...e%20Master.jpg
http://cmupload.coolermaster-usa.com...ccessories.jpg

Note if you install the 1800 RPM version on the Hyper 212+ this is what it will look like
http://cmupload.coolermaster-usa.com...r%20212%20.jpg

Specifications are below:
  • Turbine Master Mach .8: 800 RPM, 35.07 CFM, 13.83 dBA, 0.08A current
  • Turbine Master Mach 1.2: 1200RPM, 56.5 CFM, 21.1 dBA, 0.19A current
  • Turbine Master Mach 1.8: 1800RPM, 80.3 CFM, 30.5 dBA, 0.38A current

Xtraflow PWM:
More information soon

CMetaphor December 1, 2010 03:14 PM

Now thats just dam cool! Can't way to try one of these out! I guess one can't use two of these in a push-pull though, due to the open frame? I cant quite tell from the pictures if the four mounts go above the level of the "cone" of the fan or not, but im guessing no :P

AkG December 1, 2010 03:17 PM

What bearings are going to be in these beautiful bad boys? Hope its FDB!....and not 2B and definitely not 1B1S or sleeved. :)

_dangtx_ December 1, 2010 03:19 PM

very nice. what kind of pricing should one expect, and hows the air pressure figures? :)

going back to the hyper cooler, is there a newer version coming out as well?

Supergrover December 1, 2010 03:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AkG (Post 456381)
What bearings are going to be in these beautiful bad boys? Hope its FDB!....and not 2B and definitely not 1B1S or sleeved. :)

Quote:

The engine uses technology Barometric Ball Bearing
Like the ability to remove the blades from the housing.

More info Below


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AkG December 1, 2010 03:46 PM

Ah so basically a newer fancier version of their Excalibur line (BBB bearings, removable fan, etc)! That wont be too bad....though, too bad about about the ball bearing design...fancy name or not a ball bearing design is a ball bearing design...even if they make the ball bearings from dif material than normal.

Was REALLY hoping they would have gone FDB :(

CM MR HAF December 1, 2010 04:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AkG (Post 456420)
Ah so basically a newer fancier version of their Excalibur line (BBB bearings, removable fan, etc)! That wont be too bad....though, too bad about about the ball bearing design...fancy name or not a ball bearing design is a ball bearing design...even if they make the ball bearings from dif material than normal.

Was REALLY hoping they would have gone FDB :(

FDB technology are only available through patent holders, one of them being Sony and there are three others. CM is not a patent holder for that yet. We do have Dynaloop which is semi FDB technology available on our Xtraflo fans that are on our V6 series.

Stock December 1, 2010 04:56 PM

Looks sweet! Now for me to finally put my 212+ in a push/pull config, lol. :doh:

Bao December 2, 2010 11:55 AM

I'm up for 5 of those 800 rpm fans :)

Soultribunal December 2, 2010 12:15 PM

By chance do you know how much static pressure these output?
I can see them as being somewhat useful however without a massive amount of pressure like the R4's have, they might be less than ideal for Heatsink, Radiator Work.

Not saying I don't like them, just wondering how to apply them.

ST


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