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June 25, 2006 8:34:18 PM

ok well i googled it and didnt get much so here i am.


How much force is 119 cfm coming out of a 92mm fan?

like will i blow over a water bottle or..yeah..u know real world comparaison

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June 25, 2006 9:12:03 PM

119 cfm out of a 92mm is a pretty strong breeze dude :-) I have a delta fan that's not even for personal computers, but it is 120mm and ~140 cfm... it is incredibly loud originally for use in industrial machines or even some serious server case-cooling.
I don't know if the 92mm will knock over a 20 oz. bottle that's filled up (but it might!) One that's about half full, would definetly blow over. You could even move it around in your hand to clean the dust from your computer lol
June 25, 2006 9:21:19 PM

its a LOT , couldnt compare it to anything, but if its 92mm fan it must be very loud
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June 25, 2006 9:41:10 PM

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119 cfm out of a 92mm is a pretty strong breeze dude :-) I have a delta fan that's not even for personal computers, but it is 120mm and ~140 cfm... it is incredibly loud originally for use in industrial machines or even some serious server case-cooling.
I don't know if the 92mm will knock over a 20 oz. bottle that's filled up (but it might!) One that's about half full, would definetly blow over. You could even move it around in your hand to clean the dust from your computer lol




wait...where are these fans???


120mm fans that move 140cfm link plz.


Vantec Tornado 92mm thick (3.8cm) fan. moves 119 cfm i was getting it for my friends SFF. hehehe this is gonna be good.

so what about like the Ice Mountain water bottles the half liter 9 oz bottles?
June 25, 2006 9:51:26 PM

eBay! (do a search: Delta Fan 120)

That's where I bought the 120mm. I bought 3 together, and put one in a server I helped build for our new shop. The other 2 are sitting in my drawer (I took the one in my rig out- WAY too loud even with my sound turned up, my comp is right next to me)

I must correct myself, it's 130 cfm, not 140 cfm. But watch out... I had my hands in my 'puter one time and my got a lil too close to the fan blade, it sliced my finger open in a split second!! :oops:  stupid me

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so what about like the Ice Mountain water bottles the half liter 9 oz bottles?

Yeah, it could do the job!
June 25, 2006 9:53:21 PM

i am not a fan of ebay...time to check pricegrabber :) 


sweet, im gettin 3 of these delta fans hehehe...sidepanel intake will be useful now :) 
June 25, 2006 10:05:09 PM

This pc fan is good too, I think it has a 10,000cfm airflow. Yeah it's great but it requires strapping down the pc otherwise it would fly.

June 25, 2006 10:15:03 PM
June 25, 2006 10:19:34 PM

Nice but it would be deafening to use this fans on desktops.
June 25, 2006 10:19:42 PM

ewwww...PDF!!!


nevertheless...the vantec 92mm fan is a better deal, 119 cfm for $10.99
June 25, 2006 10:28:47 PM

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ewwww...PDF!!!


nevertheless...the vantec 92mm fan is a better deal, 119 cfm for $10.99
I use a 120mm Sunon, that flows 108 CFM on my XP-120. It's
WAYYYYYY quieter than my 92mm Tornado, and close in CFM.

http://www.frozencpu.com/fan-24.html
June 25, 2006 10:36:57 PM

Im using 3 Silverstone FM121 120mm fan for my water cooling rads and at medium speed it has plenty of airflow and almost quite noise emmision.
June 25, 2006 11:42:45 PM

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119 cfm out of a 92mm is a pretty strong breeze dude :-) I have a delta fan that's not even for personal computers, but it is 120mm and ~140 cfm... it is incredibly loud originally for use in industrial machines or even some serious server case-cooling.
I don't know if the 92mm will knock over a 20 oz. bottle that's filled up (but it might!) One that's about half full, would definetly blow over. You could even move it around in your hand to clean the dust from your computer lol




wait...where are these fans???


120mm fans that move 140cfm link plz.


Vantec Tornado 92mm thick (3.8cm) fan. moves 119 cfm i was getting it for my friends SFF. hehehe this is gonna be good.

so what about like the Ice Mountain water bottles the half liter 9 oz bottles?

you would love the fan i used in my old PC, it was a cooker extractor fan 80mm, that pushed over 200cfm, i actually have a pic on another forum of it.
June 26, 2006 2:17:02 AM

Haha that's crazy! A wee 80mm pushing 200cfm has got to be deafening!

I have been thinking of making an enclosure for a case that would use a few fans like that. I don't quite know what it would take to dampen the sound enough to make it near silent, but I suppose cosmetics wouldn't matter.
June 26, 2006 2:23:12 AM

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This pc fan is good too, I think it has a 10,000cfm airflow. Yeah it's great but it requires strapping down the pc otherwise it would fly.



Yahtzee!
I don't know about 10,000 cfm, unless that came off a small plane! If it did blow that much, I hope you have some way to steer that thing as it would probably fly across the room :lol: 
June 26, 2006 3:08:15 AM

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This pc fan is good too, I think it has a 10,000cfm airflow. Yeah it's great but it requires strapping down the pc otherwise it would fly.


I doubt that can move 10,000 cfm, it looks too small.

If you want 10,000/20,000 cfm... you want the Air King:

Energy efficent! At low settings only 435 watts! :mrgreen:

http://www.rewci.com/42ingrbedrdr.html
June 26, 2006 3:14:11 AM

heh in my current crap hp i was getting oven style temps (epsecicially since it's inclosed in a desk compartmeny

i fixed that by adding a box fan- the fan plugs into an outlet on my surge which powers my whole computer- i dont know the cfm but this thing BLOWS (litterally) like i could use it as a nice desk fan to cool me off in the summer

like 8 bux at a hardware store but my dad had one laying around (i drilled a big hole in the side of my hp and mounted it with some screws)

40 minutes- 1.29 for some hardware

possibly 20c cooler temps ( i only turn it on when gaming to suck out that hot air
June 26, 2006 3:14:53 AM

That is definitely a repurposed box fan. 10,000 cfm? Easy. Thought of doing the same thing once. Maybe I'll actually do it...
June 26, 2006 3:42:24 AM

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How much force is 119 cfm coming out of a 92mm fan?like will i blow over a water bottle or..yeah..u know real world comparaison


Do you hope to achieve lift-off? What altitude and humidity? What is the weight of the computer?
June 26, 2006 3:43:01 AM

I vote for the Nidec fans they kick butt :-D :-D
June 26, 2006 3:51:22 AM

It'll blow some shiznit for sure. I wouldn't want to put my finger in one.
June 26, 2006 3:53:19 AM

I Plan On Building A New Custom Case From And SGI 320 Workstation (To Match My 1600SW TFT) Using A Huge Custom 480mm (600RPM) Custom Made Side-Inflow Fan, However Im Gonna Help With 3 Positive Presure Helper Fans (Front Top And Back) To Help Exaust Air (and The Huge Fan Can Also Act Like A Case Widow :)  ) What I Need Ta Know Can You Recomend (Or Anyone Else On This Forum For That Matter) Any Blue-LED 120MM Fans That Are Quiet With A High Output?
June 26, 2006 4:11:06 AM

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I Plan On Building A New Custom Case From And SGI 320 Workstation (To Match My 1600SW TFT) Using A Huge Custom 480mm (600RPM) Custom Made Side-Inflow Fan, However Im Gonna Help With 3 Positive Presure Helper Fans (Front Top And Back) To Help Exaust Air (and The Huge Fan Can Also Act Like A Case Widow :)  ) What I Need Ta Know Can You Recomend (Or Anyone Else On This Forum For That Matter) Any Blue-LED 120MM Fans That Are Quiet With A High Output?




I'd recommend:

Nidec

Panaflo

Sunon

Silverstone

probably in that order.
June 26, 2006 4:35:23 AM

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If you want 10,000/20,000 cfm... you want the Air King:

Energy efficent! At low settings only 435 watts! :mrgreen:

http://www.rewci.com/42ingrbedrdr.html
Damn, they don't list the noise rating. I'm thinking it's a little higher than the 56 db claimed for the 92mm Tornado. Probably ~105-110 db. :o  hehehe


PS. I fear that puppy would blow the capacitors clean off the mobo. :p 
June 26, 2006 5:04:26 AM

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If you want 10,000/20,000 cfm... you want the Air King:

Energy efficent! At low settings only 435 watts! :mrgreen:

http://www.rewci.com/42ingrbedrdr.html
Damn, they don't list the noise rating. I'm thinking it's a little higher than the 56 db claimed for the 92mm Tornado. Probably ~105-110 db. :o  hehehe


PS. I fear that puppy would blow the capacitors clean off the mobo. :p 



June 26, 2006 7:05:31 AM

meh i dont care im getting the tornado
June 26, 2006 7:31:57 AM

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meh i dont care im getting the tornado
Too bad you don't personally know someone with one. Then you can hear how nasty their growl is. In my last house, i could hear the Tornado to the front door(50 feet from case), and it was as bad as sitting next to my current case with the 120 Sunon @ 12v. You can't argue with their performance though. Also, make sure you keep a fan guard on, they are ruthless with human skin(believe me). :wink:
June 26, 2006 10:04:07 AM

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meh i dont care im getting the tornado
Too bad you don't personally know someone with one. Then you can hear how nasty their growl is. In my last house, i could hear the Tornado to the front door(50 feet from case), and it was as bad as sitting next to my current case with the 120 Sunon @ 12v. You can't argue with their performance though. Also, make sure you keep a fan guard on, they are ruthless with human skin(believe me). :wink:



I agree ya don't wanna lose a finger.
June 26, 2006 11:16:05 AM

Quote:
If you want 10,000/20,000 cfm... you want the Air King:

Energy efficent! At low settings only 435 watts! :mrgreen:

http://www.rewci.com/42ingrbedrdr.html
Damn, they don't list the noise rating. I'm thinking it's a little higher than the 56 db claimed for the 92mm Tornado. Probably ~105-110 db. :o  hehehe


PS. I fear that puppy would blow the capacitors clean off the mobo. :p 

105 db? hahaha... yeah, hopefully you don't mind the sound of a learjet in your bedroom!
June 26, 2006 1:03:40 PM

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Also, make sure you keep a fan guard on, they are ruthless with human skin(believe me). :wink:


I agree ya don't wanna lose a finger.

I was wondering if "1Tanker" meant he lost a nut to the fan?
June 26, 2006 1:17:01 PM

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Also, make sure you keep a fan guard on, they are ruthless with human skin(believe me). :wink:


I agree ya don't wanna lose a finger.

I was wondering if "1Tanker" meant he lost a nut to the fan?I would need serious therapy if i had my nuts that close to the computer. I love my machine, but not that much. :wink: That fan does blow pretty hard though. :o 
June 26, 2006 10:38:35 PM

Just go for the Vantec... and don't be suprised if you end up taking it back out because it's too loud lol. I hope not, but Vantec even rates it at 56 db. Kinda loud IMO.

I totally preffer using 120mm (use an adapter if you have to) they move a lot of air and don't have high pitched noises... just a steady woooosh.
June 26, 2006 10:40:27 PM

meh, screw it
June 26, 2006 10:48:07 PM

Correction My In_Flow Fan Will Be About The Size Of A 15" Subwoofer (I Think About 720mm) But Anywayse How About Three Of These?....... http://www.xoxide.com/aerocool-xtreme-turbine-3000.html

The Front Exaust Fan Will Have A Porthole With Blue-Chrome Trim
Ill Possibly Upgrade To A 7950GTX, An iRAM Drive And A Coulpe New Hard Drives In RAID-O I Cant Wait!
June 28, 2006 5:01:54 AM

I wonder what that "Xtreme airflow" design would do for a 120 mm high speed fan. 8)

You know what.. forget it.
Just go to Walmart and buy a regular fan. It'll be much cheaper.
June 29, 2006 3:13:11 PM

For these kinds of airflows, you'll need to get an automotive high-flow air filter kit. The pipe should match up pretty good to a 92-120 mm fan. It'll keep your case a lot cleaner since you will be pulling all of the dust in your house (and small birds) into your case.
June 29, 2006 4:25:13 PM

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For these kinds of airflows, you'll need to get an automotive high-flow air filter kit. The pipe should match up pretty good to a 92-120 mm fan. It'll keep your case a lot cleaner since you will be pulling all of the dust in your house (and small birds) into your case.


Great visual. Reminds me of the scene in Die Harder when the dude gets sucked into the jet engine.
June 29, 2006 6:32:11 PM

...or Face-Off! lmao
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