Already in the last few years, case fans have evolved from the same standard designs as those that now introduce fans that serve the purpose of certain components. With watercooling being more and more common among mainstream systems, it is only a matter of time before standard case fans become obsolete and the fan market demands better fans to more efficiently cool their more complex radiators. This evolution is known as "static pressure." However, some of you may ask, "What is static pressure?" A good static pressure is described as, "the fan's ability to resist strengths and structures that resist or block." How to do this? Unlike airflow fans that use smaller, narrower fan blades to propel the air, static pressure force fans have much larger fan blades and very small spacing between propellers. Where do I use this? Static pressure fans are ideal in situations where your fans will be immediately blocked by other components, such as in HDD enclosures, dense radiators and CPU coolers with low plant spacing.
Review Sample Provided by: Performance Pcs
Product Name: Parvum F1.0
Price at time of review: $ $19.95 USD MSRP USD
For today's review, we would like to extend our greatest thanks, Hank Baron of Performance-pcs.com for not only providing four Parvum F1.0 fans but also the GTX240mm Labs Nemesis radis. We will compare Parvum F1.0 and No-Bebby B12-2 Noiseblocker fans, both of which are tested in push configuration. Both fans will be tested on the same machine, with the only difference is that the fans and benchmarks used for this comparison are 3Dmark Firestorm, under ultra settings.
NoiseBlocker eLoop B12-2