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    Default Phoronix should test the best 'Counter-Rotating' CPU fan ever Build:

    http://www.sanyodenki.eu/Counter-Rot...20x120x76.html

    its the CPU fan with the biggest cooling power ever !



    no other fan system can deliver this pressure and wind speed.

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    I'm found a new version and this is the data.

    they increase the pressure.

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    we ordered 4 pieces and 1 are already here.
    i and my friend we tested it.

    it costs ~80€ and consume up to 90 watt electric energy.

    HELL this fan you can not turn it on without nail it into the table or hold it strong in your hand.

    if you don't do this this fan destroys itself because it accelerates itself and
    and will fall down from the table.

    this is not a fan this is a Rocket Engine.

    the thrust overcomes the force of gravity vertically.

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    Default bulldozer ?

    Impressive, but will 1 of these be enough to cool bulldozer ?
    or will it require 2 of them ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soul_keeper View Post
    Impressive, but will 1 of these be enough to cool bulldozer ?
    or will it require 2 of them ?
    i really (no joke) have bought 2 of them.
    i will use a spitted heat sink and i will do 2 wind movement directions
    one to the left side and one to the right side.
    i also i have a plan to use a pressure water pump with with 2 copper dashes to make water fog to inject water into the heat sink.

    http://www.reptilica.de/product_info...-Tracking-1000
    to make a adiabatic air conditioning to cool the CPU.

    my plan is to get 15C heat sink temperature. this means less than room temperature.

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    Unfortunately, you won't be able to get below room temperature. Not unless you have piezo cooling, or some other sort of refrigerant.

    I still prefer the Noctua fans though.

    How loud was this fan when you tested it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shielder View Post
    Unfortunately, you won't be able to get below room temperature. Not unless you have piezo cooling, or some other sort of refrigerant.

    I still prefer the Noctua fans though.

    How loud was this fan when you tested it?
    hi a water based adiabatic cooling is a "sort of refrigerant"
    A Adiabatic can cool down 15K below the room temperature.

    "How loud was this fan when you tested it?"

    We do not test this at maximum speed. its a PWM fan you can easy turn the RPM down. wikipedia"Control of fan speed using PWM (Pulse-width modulation.)"


    ma friend test the fan with his meter translated with google:

    "Hi! 've Just tested our counter-rotating fan! * G *
    Level 7 on the scale Baoufont!
    Wind level 7! http://public.tfh-berlin.de/~korth/G...D/gr_wind.html (article with pictures horny what the heist;-))
    My current Thyponn with 5400 rpm creates just with 13.6 m / s wind speed
    6th .. which is "just" an understatement really. The jump from 6 to 7 is so high in some
    as I was standing in front of me and to measure the air pressure at 7, the volume
    of the wind (not the fan!) to my ears, I simply no longer in the air stream endured
    I also found it hard to breathe because. At 6 we went still.
    I rush now those ears! :-D"

    and he only use 12V the fan hit the maximum hat 14Volt.

    i think Level 8 on the scale Baoufont is possible!

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