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    Default Ecomaster Lepa Chopper and Casino Fans

    Today we will be taking a look at a couple of fans by Ecomaster Lepa that are trying to seperate themselves from the rest of the pack. We have the Lepa Chopper and the Lepa Casino on the bench today and we are going to find out how these stack up. Before we take a closer look at these fans, let's get to know Ecomaster Lepa a little more. Ecomaster is a leading provider of OEM PC components such as fans and power supplies. Ecomaster is also a leading provider for Enermax. Ecomaster is not as mainstream so not everyone knows the name Ecomaster or Lepa, but Enermax has been reputable for a number of years, which speaks volumes for Ecomaster. Based on our experience with passed Lepa products they are very similar to Enermax. Since Ecomaster is the OEM provider for both, we can assure you the quality is normally top notch.

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    Great review Kenny.
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    Good review Kenny ! Can't wait to see the Xigmatek fan review

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    Thanks!! Xigmatek fan reviews should be soon, I already turned it in for editing. Stay tuned!

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    Kenny, to be fair with the test you should have turn down the Corsair fan to the same RPM as the Chopper. The Casino results is better than the Corsair when both are at the similar speed which is telling me the Chopper is better if it runs at the same speed.

    the chopper was much quieter in comparison.
    because it was running at 900rpm vs 1700rpm,

    For the feature testing and if you want to make the test more accurate and interesting; you can use Anemometer to measure the fan air flow volume and Decibel meter for noises.

    BTW, these fans look pretty similar to Silverstone Air Penetrator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Kenny, to be fair with the test you should have turn down the Corsair fan to the same RPM as the Chopper. The Casino results is better than the Corsair when both are at the similar speed which is telling me the Chopper is better if it runs at the same speed.


    because it was running at 900rpm vs 1700rpm,

    For the feature testing and if you want to make the test more accurate and interesting; you can use Anemometer to measure the fan air flow volume and Decibel meter for noises.

    BTW, these fans look pretty similar to Silverstone Air Penetrator.
    Hey Tony, Thanks for the suggestion. If I have some time I'll look into going back in and re-testing with the Corsair fan at the lower RPMS.
    I did originally use a Anemometer to test for CFM, However I was getting really off the wall results and the range of CFM was way off. The Anemometer I have wasn't the best as its pretty old (been sitting in my tool box for more then 10 years) and purchasing one that was more accurate wasn't in my resources at the time. I even built a 12x12x12 box using it at 1 cubic ft box to measure the CFM using wind speed calculations, but again the results varied to widely that I wasn't comfortable reporting those numbers seeing that they were probably not accurate. I am trying to develop a way to report CFM more accurately with the tools I have and have been doing some research on the subject for some weeks.

    I may evently have to purchase some more updated Anemometers, but as you may already know, the ones that report accurate results can cost hundreds...
    As far as DB meter, I had one on hand with that I use to use for measuring db on the car's exhaust and external noise, but my DB meter doesn't drop below 40db. I am looking into getting another DB meter but allot of them don't drop down to lower then that without spend $75-$100 for one..

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    good review Kenny and some great pics to go with it thanks

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    Kenny, check ebay, you don't have to spend the most expensive tool for this kind of review. You just want something that is good enough to compare with the manufacture specs.
    You can get them for under $50 each. As for Anenometer, you don't have to get the one that is actually have the CFM feature, you can use the one just measure the wind velocity per second then do the conversion to CFM.

    Do you have a good microphone then you can use software for desktop to do db measurement?

    You can use garbage bag method but it's pain in the arse thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Kenny, check ebay, you don't have to spend the most expensive tool for this kind of review. You just want something that is good enough to compare with the manufacture specs.
    You can get them for under $50 each. As for Anenometer, you don't have to get the one that is actually have the CFM feature, you can use the one just measure the wind velocity per second then do the conversion to CFM.

    Do you have a good microphone then you can use software for desktop to do db measurement?

    You can use garbage bag method but it's pain in the arse thought.
    Hey Tony,
    Yea, I checked ebay and amazon and the ones they sell for $30-$50 is similar to the one that I have, but like I mentioned the numbers were just too broad for me to report. Ill look into getting another one in the near future..

    I know what you mean about spending allot on one, which is why I didn't do it.. the ones that calculate actual CFM are in the hundreds.
    I didn't think about using a software method, I do have good mic.. I will look into this..

    Yea, I looking into the garbage bag method also. it looks like a pain to set-up.. lolz

    Thanks again Tony.

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    if you use software to measure db, it's better to use laptop and have the fan hook up to a PSU. Basically you want to isolate all the noise from the other hardware if you install it in reall system.

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    Hey Kenny. awhile back I noticed a new temp gauge that also worked as a sound meter, let me see if I can find it, if I do I'll send you the link, maybe I can talk them into sending a sample.

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    Great review think i'm going to get a hold two of the casino fans thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Hey Kenny. awhile back I noticed a new temp gauge that also worked as a sound meter, let me see if I can find it, if I do I'll send you the link, maybe I can talk them into sending a sample.
    Cool.. Thanks Stan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xelosia View Post
    Great review think i'm going to get a hold two of the casino fans thanks
    Good Choice!

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    Love the Enermax and LEPA products i have some LEPA Choppers red and some LEPA 70D fans also pushing through EK XTX360 Rads which if you know the rads they are very thick and the 70D's do an awesome job cooling while also being silent while the Choppers give it that cool look. A+ Products highly recommend them. Oh yeah also own the beast 1600watt PSU LEPA makes with a 1700watt Peak.

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