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[WTB] High CFM fans / Good quality fans

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by Reefer86, Oct 15, 2009.

  1. Reefer86

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    hi guys im looking for some extra fans for my case, looking for some nice high CFM fans or just good quality fans.

    Let me know what you got. Im willing to pay shipping if from US etc.
     
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    Does it have to be a 120mm? I have a NZXT 250mm fan that pushes a lot of air. :D
     
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    i have a 360mm fan, a 250mm fan, and a 120mm ultra kaze laying around
     
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    sorry i am looking for some 120mm fans, should have said that in my first post. Thanks for the replys but i should explain a little more i think. im looking for high around 50 - 90 cfm fans with good airflow / noise ratio. i need 120 as these are the only options i have in my case.
     
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    i think that might be why they are not in use. lol
     
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    If I wasn't using them I'd sell you my Hiper fans, a touch under 50 cfm but really quiet.

    See if you can buy a few and ask for a mass buy discount.
     
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    i'm interested in the ultra kaze, pm me with offers...
     
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    I've got some aluminum frame 120x38 SanAce that are 24VDC but push hella air at 12VDC. I also have a step up module that pushes 12, 15, 18, 21, 24VDC from a 12VDC supply.

    I also have a crazy powerful Pelko 170x55 that puts out a real 265CFM at 12VDC.

    PM if you are interested.
     
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    i think the coolermaster ones do like 69cfm at 2000rpm and they aernt too loud
     
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    shame i cant get them over in the UK tho :(
     
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    I have a couple Antec Tri-cools that came out of a Gamer 900 case. Basically the same as these but are black instead of the clear plastic. Also they connect via molex connections instead of the 3pin way.
     
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