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post #11 of 15 Old 10-13-2012, 11:58 PM
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280mm fan with 200mm mounts. 70mm thick with around 800+ CFM >.> 73db
Vacuum cleaner, distance 1m = 70db
It would sound the same as this fan, lol 72db eek.gif . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGxYwJP68wE&feature=plcp
I could go up to as loud as my 670s fan which is about 40db
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I'd go for a BitFenix Spectre Pro 200mm
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/14436/fan-926/BitFenix_Spectre_Pro_200mm_Fan_-_Black_BFF-SPRO-20025KK-RP.html?tl=g36c15s1584
CFM 148.72 CFM
Noise 27.5 dB

Looks promising, thanks thumb.gif
I have been looking for a fan about 180-200cfm with 45db or less. But no luck. That BitFenix might be me my best bet.
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http://www.delta.com.tw/product/cp/dcfans/download/pdf/THB/THB200x200x70.pdf

280mm fan with 200mm mounts. 70mm thick with around 800+ CFM >.> 73db


Vacuum cleaner, distance 1m = 70db
i've already posted that fan in my first post.

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First.. install the GPU duct with a high CFM fan like an ultra kaze or something similar.. and for the love of whatever you believe in, DON NOT use a tiny crappy fan with low cfm, you will not going to get an improvement it can actually get worse

you need enough CFM/pressure in order to pass across the four cards and cool them

conclusion: get a high cfm fan (like and ultra kaze 3k rpm 10 bucks TOP) and grab a 200mm fan from the case and install it in the side; test and see the difference and start from there

EDIT: saw your temps and goals its more than possible to do it on air cooling


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I own a Coolermaster megaflow 200mm and a Bitfenix Spectre Pro 200mm. I'd say the CM moves a lot more air even though the specs say otherwise.

Are you sure that the BitFenix fans push less air than the CoolerMaster Megaflows? I was thinking of getting a couple of Spectre Pros to replace the Megaflows in my HAF X as I thought they would push more air.

The specs show the Bitfenix 200mm fans pushing about 38cfm more than the CoolerMaster fans. Surely they can't be that far off on the specs can they? Especially if you are saying that they move a lot less air that the CoolerMaster fans. Something doesn't sound right here.

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