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Old October 6, 2010, 07:13 PM
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Talam:) Most of the big and effective rad have seriously close fin so need big airpressure...this is known for long.
You mean, like HWL's SR1 series? Or Thermochill's PA series?

Radiator surface area, core thickness, and fin density are all different things, and they can all be adjusted independantly according to what kind of performance the designer wants. Right now, we don't really have any frame of reference with which to estimate the Admiral's performance, since it uses a completely different design.
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Old October 6, 2010, 08:25 PM
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You mean, like HWL's SR1 series? Or Thermochill's PA series?

Radiator surface area, core thickness, and fin density are all different things, and they can all be adjusted independantly according to what kind of performance the designer wants. Right now, we don't really have any frame of reference with which to estimate the Admiral's performance, since it uses a completely different design.
Hm true, admiral seems to be like big dissipating tube. If that the case then you still need more air pressure than airflow. But let's see when they will be released :)
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Ahhh love!

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seems like you will kill your ears if you don't switch earlier.

GT AP-14 1450rpm serves my needs.
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The difference is big and I really like that!

The fan that I had use is for thematic only.
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