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[WTB] High CFM low noise 120mm fans (2)

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  1. Paulieg

    Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    Hey guys, I need 2 relatively high CFM 120mm fans for my rad. LMK what you have, and how much you want for them. I need these quick, so help me out guys!
     
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    they have some ultra kaze fans on the egg for $10 i have 3 in pull
     
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    What sort of CFM load are we talking about here 70-90, or over?
     
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    Jebus those fans are loud!:)
     
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    Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    Well, the highest CFM possibe at less than 35 DBA. :) C'mon guys. I know some of you must have some good fans lying around.
     
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    Thermaltake made one called the silent cat. It pushes 60CFM at a super silent 16db. I bet you can't get a better CFM:Noise ratio than that.
     
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    If only they were not white. :rolleyes:
     
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    LOL! oh man! the determining factor!!!(???)

    *throws you a can of flat black spray paint*

    GO NUTS!
     
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    I hear ya, but I'll sacrifice a couple of DBA's instead of buying the spray paint. If no one has any offers, I'll go with Scythe Slipstream 68 CFM/24DBA at $9 a piece.
     
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    Slipstreams are horrible radiator fans static pressure is too low, Thermaltake over exaggerates fan specs. what kind of radiator is it Paulie?
     
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    RX240 likes low speed fans. go to Jab-Tech, 2x Yate Loon High Speed + Shipping = $16.84
     
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    I thought you said the rad likes low speed? Actually, I was running 2x YL low speed. Now I'm running 2 YL highspeed. Better temps, but I want to replace them because they are LOUD!
     
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    oh I assumed you had a fan controller, undervolt them. ok so you wan't to maintain temps but quieter it's going to be expensive. you can go with Silverstone FM 121 or Panaflo Medium Speed.
     
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