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    Default Phobya NB-eLoop Bionic Fan Review

    When it comes to looking for fans for your PC, we know that the options are almost limitless. With the number of manufacturers and brands out in the open market, it can boggle your mind when it comes to finding the right one for your needs. However, today we are going to look at some uniquely designed fans from Phobya. The Phobya's NB-eLoop Bionic fans are uniquely designed in Germany and provide the highest standard of technology. The special Bionic fan blade rotor along with the NB-EKA 2 Drive and the NB NanoSLI 2 Magentic floating bearing are aimed to please enthusiasts looking for a superior product. These are not your normal $3 fas you can pick up at a local electronics store. These are specialized to provide the highest of performance satisfaction. Today, we get to put these on the test bench and show you how they perform in both noise levels (dB) and airflow (cfm). Let's dive in and take a look.

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    Nice review Kenny. Those are nice performing fan's. I like the sleeved cables.

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    Great review, thanks. Very good performers, like the red one. Nice sleeving too.

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    If I ever plan on doing a red build I would use these fans. They look sweet. Good performance too. I dont know about that $19 a fan thing though. Might have to wait for a sale!
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    nice review Kenny. i like the white NB version. they are very nice fans but expensive.
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Hey Kenny, I'm glad to see you are finally using sound/flow meter for the review

    I didn't mean to be an a$$ but just want to point this out to you. It does get to me sometimes with the template.
    The X tile should be RPM for the chart?


    I'm wondering why the noise level drops when it's installed on the rad. Normally sound bounce off the objects to create louder noises.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Hey Kenny, I'm glad to see you are finally using sound/flow meter for the review

    I didn't mean to be an a$$ but just want to point this out to you. It does get to me sometimes with the template.
    The X tile should be RPM for the chart?


    I'm wondering why the noise level drops when it's installed on the rad. Normally sound bounce off the objects to create louder noises.
    Hey Tony! No worries, always glad to have constructive opinions.
    the X Axis is showing 2 diff model fans, one is spinning at 1600rpm and one at 1000rpm, sure I could have skipped the naming of the fans and switched it around the other way, but I wanted to be as descriptive as possible. So this was the best way to do the graph (at least from my stand point at the time). lolz

    I was quite surprised myself with the results, normally with rad mount in push, wind noise rises, but with these, they were near SILENT. Really shocked me. I guess thats' why they call them noise blockers. lolz...
    even at 36db, the fans are nearly inaudible standing 3 ft away. so overall, these fans performed to the expected specifications. Even using the CFM reader, the results I got with testing were nearly identical to factory specs, its the closes I have seen with any fan I have tested.
    Last edited by Solara2xb; 17-12-2013 at 15:51. Reason: spelling correction

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    the X Axis is showing 2 diff model fans, one is spinning at 1600rpm and one at 1000rpm, sure I could have skipped the naming of the fans and switched it around the other way, but I wanted to be as descriptive as possible. So this was the best way to do the graph (at least from my stand point at the time). lolz
    Ok...see it now....gotta to put my glasses on next time. LMAO...I was staring at it too.

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    Great review Kenny thanks for posting

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    Great review! love that red fan. I would get them if I had $60-180 to drop on fans.

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    $18.99 is still not bad when you compare to $24.99 one but for radiator fans I perfer to go with sub $10 instead.

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    yea, while it is a bit pricey, but TBH, its really not bad, I paid $15.99 for my GT AP15s (not sleeved), if you sleeve them, its about the same price and for my Corsair SP fans, they were $30 for 2.. so for being only 3 or 4 bucks more, its not too painful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Hey Kenny, I'm glad to see you are finally using sound/flow meter for the review

    I didn't mean to be an a$$ but just want to point this out to you. It does get to me sometimes with the template.
    The X tile should be RPM for the chart?


    I'm wondering why the noise level drops when it's installed on the rad. Normally sound bounce off the objects to create louder noises.
    I'd guess that it's sending a lot of that sound THROUGh the RAD rather than bouncing it off the sharp blades of the cooling fins.

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    Nice review Kenny. What CFM tool did you use for your testing, didn't see if you mentioned it or not and I'm amassing an assortment of my own tools for more in depth testing.

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    For airflow testing, we took our traditional box method for these results. We took a 120mm x 120mm x 120mm box and mounted our fan on one side. Then we took our digital CFM reader on the other side and powered it on. This will give us a reading based on the size box we created and using wind m/s we can calculate our total CFM.


    You can use the garbage bag method as well or you can pick up Anemometer.

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    Default Re: Phobya NB-eLoop Bionic Fan Review

    excellent review Kenny!
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    You can use the garbage bag method as well or you can pick up Anemometer.
    What would the garbage bag method be?

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