The Ultimate Cooling Fan Grouptest 2012 Review

Editor: Ed Hume  Date: 31-07-12   10 Comment(s) - Join the discussion here
Introduction




What fan should you get?

You want to add fans to a computer case, or replace those that came with it. You want to put a fan on a heatsink, or replace the ones it came with. Often you want to know what fan to get for a particular application, and for good reason you don’t trust the specifications that sellers publish. The best way to decide on what fan to use for a particular application is to test a lot of them. Or you can read reviews where a lot of fans are compared. This is such a review.

Sixty fans are set up in 71 variations on a test system set to two heat levels -- a mild overclock and stock -- designed to see how well various fans cool, and how much noise they make doing it.

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