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Thursday, 30 September 2010 09:12

Prolimatech Armageddon - good bang for a buck - Readers' request: Tested with two fans

Written by Sanjin Rados
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[UPDATE]: Tested with two fans at readers' request

After one of our users requested it, we tested Prolimatech Armageddon cooler once again, but this time with two 14cm fans. We’ve already mentioned that the 14cm, 900 RPM fan on the case’s rear panel does great to improve cooling and ultimately, adding another fan on the cooler made little difference. We strapped Armageddon with CoolerMaster A14025-10CB-3BN-F1 (0.14 amps at 12V, 1080/1100RPM), and you can see it on the picture below. The fan shouldn’t make more than 17dBA noise when running at maximum RPM, and we can confirm that as the rig ran still pretty silent after adding the fan.

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