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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by lollerskater69, Jan 1, 2009.

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    Are you gonna use vegi oil?
     
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    thats kinda low cfm. i like 50+ cfm on a rad
     
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    why fifty cfm when u can have those speedy fans that have 70-90 cfm (unless u want silence :p)
     
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    wow, $20 reg price is nutts (good thing ur getting a deal). basically it depends on the amount of heat the rad needs to get rid of. Slow fans are fine if the rad is not being pushed to its limit..I(f ur OCing hard and/or have a hot GPU like Fit said 50+ is better.
     
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    yeah im just gonna get like 2 for my case.

    was gonna get 6 for 15$ Anyone wanna buy some?
     
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    No, they might be covered in vegi oil.

    I know what fans you could get (no, not vegi oil fans). You could get the same fans I use on my Thermalright TRUE Black 120 which is the Scythe SFLEX 1600rpm or even the 1200rpm. My 1600rpm fans push about 65cfm on each fan and keeps my quad nice and cool 38c idle.
     

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