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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by DZZRtt, Jan 12, 2012.

  1. DZZRtt

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    Hello does anyone know if Gelid Tranquillo fan and Gelid siletn 12 pwm fans are the same?
    And what can you say about them are they good?
     
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    ive had the gelid silent... they are a bit weak, but if you are going for silence then they are not bad, nice bearings dont make much noise at all.

    I personally would recommend scythe kama flow 2 fans over those.
     
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    I have a two of the low speed 120mm Gelid's and a Gelid 120mm PWM fan (which I assume is also on the Tranquillo). The low speed fans were pretty underwhelming and I ended up putting them in my dad's computer, and the PWM fan was not nearly enough by itself on my Hyper 212 (it now has a Scythe fan pushing with Gelid PWM pulling). They are quiet fans though and look nice for a low price.
     
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    the fans that are on the GX-7 are pretty quiet but push massive amount of air
     
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    Ok. Thanks guys. Gelid puts a realy nice price tag on them and they are white . But I think i will buy a spray can and use it on mt Scythe fans
     

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