Hello everyone, i am thinking in buying another PC when Haswell-E (or maybe just haswell) and next gen GPUs come out.... hopefully they will perform a lot better than current gen stuff in 3D with multiple monitors... anyways, that's not what i wanted to discuss here.
My questions is.... well i really don't know how to say it
what i meant is, does fan pressure (CFM) plays a bigger role in water cooling than the radiators size?? i mean... its obvious that a radiator will perform better with a 80CFM fan than with a 30CFM fan but how big is the difference???
You could easily find $10-$12 fans that will work well for those as they are fairly normal FPI rads in the range of 8-12 FPI. Lower FPI means you can generally run slower/cheaper fans and still maintain good performance where fans that run 20+ FPI perform better with higher CFM/static pressure fans. All radiators perform best in push/pull and even high FPI rads can run well with slower speed fans in push/pull.