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What is the difference between fan blade shapes?

Also, what have made 7 blades the de facto standard? why not 9, that way if you break a fan blade you can break two more blades to balance it


Oops, the pics are on the camera that i lost :( Hope no one stole the cam... Don't have all my fans here, so can't snap pics with my phone either. Google to the rescue. :P




screenshot from latest tek syndicate video


1. 5 super long fan blades and 2. lots of space between 7 blades



pic from here


papst with 7 blades and delta with 3 blades and lots of space between them


pic source





Ignore the 120mm bracket around the fan. Fan rotation in the two last pics is ccw from spinning side (cameraman side).

Notice how these two yate loon fans have the blades kinda shaped backwards. Why? This is also present on the EVGA ACX 2.0 cooler. Backwards-shaped blades.


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@CM Norumu Why the choice of plastic pet tubing on your AIO Coolers? Imo they're unnappealing, the Nepton line would look alot more attractive with rubber tubing. Not to mention almost all of your AIO competitors only use rubber style tubing. 

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Are you planning on making any aluminium mice or keyboards?

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Aaaand he got DDOS'd...


This is why we can't have nice things.


On naother note, trigger z or quickfire ultimate? [MX brown] same price and I really don't care for the macros

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Here's a good question for you guys over at CM-Storm; any chance that you will  release a mouse with a similar design and grip to the Mionix Naos line-up or perhaps the Func MS-3?  Preferably optical, as well!

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Will CM fix the mounting hardware for AIO coolers. It is really hard to mount it while fighting the stiff tubing. I was lucky that I was building a friends computer and he could help me, I wouldn't have been able to do it by myself.

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Was there from the beginning, I missed what he said that the very end because of homework. Does this mean we just post here to enter like any other give away?

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