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You can compare two fans in detail here. In the selection lists, you will find all fans listed in alphabetical order. This allows you to individualize the comparison as you wish. For each fan, there is also a detailed view with all the captured and measured data, down to individual reviews, sound samples, and detailed frequency analyses. For the methodology and equipment, you can find the relevant button to an extra page in the above menu, which can also be opened in a new window or tab.

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Test methods and equipment

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General

Vendor
Alphacool
Alpenföhn
Product name
Eiszyklon Aurora Lux Pro ARGB
Wing Boost 3 ARGB High Speed
Dimension
140 mm
120 mm
Height
25 mm
25 mm
Weight
200 g
208 g

Official Datasheet

Minimum RPM
600 U/min
500 U/min
Maximum RPM
1500 U/min
2200 U/min
Min Consumption
N/A
0.6 W
Max Consumption
N/A
4.1 W
Airflow (CFM)
58.3 CFM
77.9 CFM
Airflow (m³/h)
99.3 m³/h
132.4 m³/h
Static Pressure (mmH2O)
1.60 mmH2O
3.24 mmH2O
Sound
38.0 dBA
36.8 dBA

More Information

Features

PWM
RGB
Noise Absorption

Colors

Frame
Black
White
Highlight
-
Silver
Rotor
Black
White

Measures DC

Start-Up Voltage
3.3 V
2.7 V
Shut-Down Voltage
2.9 V
2.5 V
Start-Up DC
316 U/min
485 U/min
Shut-Down DC
393 U/min
302 U/min

Measures PWM

Start-Up RPM
N/A
N/A
Shut-Down RPM
N/A
N/A

Other Measures

Max RPM
1499 U/min
2281 U/min
No-Stop RPM
N/A
458 U/min
column_boost_rpm
N/A
N/A

Airflow (CFM)

Case Fan (1000 RPM)
46.0 CFM
+40.2 %
32.8 CFM
Radiator 25mm (1000 RPM)
24.8 CFM
+18.9 %
20.8 CFM
Radiator 45mm (1000 RPM)
21.2 CFM
+9.1 %
19.4 CFM
Radiator 60mm (1000 RPM)
24.1 CFM
+34.4 %
17.9 CFM

Airflow (m³/h)

Case Fan (1000 RPM)
78.1 m³/h
+40.2 %
55.7 m³/h
Radiator 25mm (1000 RPM)
42.1 m³/h
+18.9 %
35.4 m³/h
Radiator 45mm (1000 RPM)
36.0 m³/h
+9.1 %
33.0 m³/h
Radiator 60mm (1000 RPM)
41.0 m³/h
+34.4 %
30.5 m³/h

Static Pressure (mmH2O)

Case Fan (1000 RPM)
0.71 mmH2O
+157.7 %
1.83 mmH2O
Radiator 25mm (1000 RPM)
0.40 mmH2O
+332.5 %
1.73 mmH2O
Radiator 45mm (1000 RPM)
0.50 mmH2O
+246.0 %
1.73 mmH2O
Radiator 60mm (1000 RPM)
0.40 mmH2O
+152.5 %
1.01 mmH2O

Static Pressure (hPa)

Case Fan (1000 RPM)
0.07 hPa
+157.1 %
0.18 hPa
Radiator 25mm (1000 RPM)
0.04 hPa
+325.0 %
0.17 hPa
Radiator 45mm (1000 RPM)
0.05 hPa
+240.0 %
0.17 hPa
Radiator 60mm (1000 RPM)
0.04 hPa
+150.0 %
0.10 hPa

Sound

Case Fan (1000 RPM)
34.4
-15.9 %
40.9
Radiator 25mm (1000 RPM)
34.1
-15.8 %
40.5
Radiator 45mm (1000 RPM)
33.1
-15.1 %
39
Radiator 60mm (1000 RPM)
32.5
-13.3 %
37.5

Compare Sound

Case Fan
-
  • 302
  • 502
  • 702
  • 902
  • 1102
  • 1302
  • 1502
  • 1702
  • 1902
  • 2102
25mm Radiator
-
-
45mm Radiator
-
-
60mm Radiator
-
-

Important notes on the tests and their results

The fans tested here were either provided by the manufacturers without preconditions or come from the editorial stock or were anonymously purchased in stores. None of the tests were influenced in any way by the respective manufacturer. The test results were communicated to the manufacturers for review and comment in advance in case of abnormalities or strong contradictions to the stated technical data, and in some cases, measurements were also taken with anonymously purchased retail goods.

We explicitly point out that our laboratory cannot and does not want to produce ISO-certified measurements. The test setups with and without radiators were designed by us to be as practical as possible, in order to capture all intermediate values in the respective speed ranges. The audio recordings were normalized to also transport the smallest nuances into the audible ranges. Therefore, it may well happen that the fans seemed louder than they are. For a comparison of the absolute noise emission of two fans, the measurement curve must always be compared.

The manufacturer information used comes either from the respective packaging or from the data sheets on the respective homepages of the providers. Since we have already found several printing errors and even completely incorrect information, these values should always be viewed with the necessary skepticism if they significantly deviate from our measurements. Moreover, more than once the product has been significantly changed over time without this being publicly communicated. In this case, we ask our readers for appropriate feedback if new contradictions arise.

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