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Best 120mm case fan?

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by RevengE, Feb 9, 2009.

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    Hey guys Looking for 2 more 120mm to go at the top of my Cosmos S which are the best flowing?
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    +1 on that.

    Also, LED or non-LED?
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    really noise it not an issue my 4870x2 already sounds like a Jet lol. leds it can be either or.
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    If noise really isn't an issue i have a fan for you in my pile of junk. 220 cfm 59 dba dual motor that sounds like an airplane at takeoff. Don`t plug it if it is not secured, this thing fly! :laugh:
    http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/de12gf.html
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    I recommend the fans I use on my CPU cooler, Scythe S-FLEX 1600rpm which push 63cfm and are only 29dba.
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    I actually got 2 more Scythe S-FLEX 1600rpm fans today for my watercooling build so I'll be using 4 Scythe S-FLEX 1600rpm fans on my quad radiator.
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    DELTAS!!! 220cFM!!! ENTER THE WINDTUNNEL!!! *screamz*
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    +1 for the previously mentioned Scythe S-FLEX series fans. Very good quality. They may be more expensive than other cheaper options out there, but are worth every penny.

    Currently using undervolted SFF21F's for my CPU heatsink and case exhaust...
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    Scythe Slipstream
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    another vote for S-Flex....have three 74CFM's going right now, one on each Freezone and another on the Rad, gonna replace the 120mm in the PS with a 68CFM S-Flex unit to get rid of some more noise....

    definately worth consideration.....and they move a good amount of air rather silently...

    laterzzzz.................

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