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Old 04-01-2016, 05:24 PM
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Question General question: Blower Style Fans

Hi Corsair Engineers,

is there a way to improve blower style fans techniqualy?
The ones on reference graphic cards. Improvements in noise and performance... or have this blower style technique physical limits?

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Old 04-02-2016, 03:55 AM
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The reference card blower fan is actually vastly superior to the blower fan on the Corsair HG10 N980 which just recently debuted...

But if you pair the reference card blower with water cooling using the HG10 N980 (or whatever adaptor for your graphics card) you can get vastly superior performance with lower levels of noise.

Not sure if that answers your question or not..
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Old 04-02-2016, 05:15 PM
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The reference card blower fan is actually vastly superior to the blower fan on the Corsair HG10 N980 which just recently debuted...

But if you pair the reference card blower with water cooling using the HG10 N980 (or whatever adaptor for your graphics card) you can get vastly superior performance with lower levels of noise.

Not sure if that answers your question or not..
How is it vastly superior? I am curious. From my tests the Corsair fan is louder than the NVTTM fan at the same RPM but also blows more air.
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