- Mar 18, 2010
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How do these fans compare to the San Ace h1011's when set at the same rpm? I'm curious about the difference between between not only noise but the amount of air they move.
I have a number of h1011's on the way right now and I know for sure I will be using two of them on the rad of my h50. I'm trying to decide if I should use 3 more of them as case fans inside my 650D (there would be one in each top slot of the 650d and one hanging from the 2.25" bay) or if I should just go ahead and sell the all except two and pick up something else for case fans. Feel free to take it to pm's if it's going to derail the thread.
I could also opt to use 140mm as opposed to 120mm for the case fans if someone is really zealous about a particular model.
I posted this earlier in the thread but I'll repost it here, this is CFM vs DBA as tested by Martin over at XS. RPM is really irrelevant when comparing fans, as when you list that stat you are really trying to imply a combination of CFM and noise that unfortunately changes dramatically from fan to fan.
San Ace's are good fans, but the GT's are better.
LOL. Well, the farthest left line is the GT.
And the San Ace is the triangle bulleted line that starts at the point just below 12 and just below 56
Thanks that helps a lot! I think I was able to follow the San Ace line all the way. It looks like the noise from them really kicks up after you bring their speed up. I'm going to run 2 h1011s on my H50 @12v and maybe I'll see how the three more of them do as regular case fans @5v. It's it still seems loud it looks like I'll be getting in on this deal. Although I am still curious about some really high performance 140mm fans. They seem to generally be quieter (at the same cfm) but I haven't found anything that looks to be of the same build quality as the higher performance 120mm fans. :/