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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233015
ive looked at them soon as i get the money im going to be doing an orange black and white build was wondering if anyone has had any experience with these
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Dunno, just looks like normal fans to me. You could consider these:

http://www.svc.com/d12sl-12.html
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Dunno, just looks like normal fans to me. You could consider these:

http://www.svc.com/d12sl-12.html
the nexus pushes almost 38 CFM and the XIGMATEK push 61 CFM
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Originally Posted by knoxy_14 View Post
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233015
ive looked at them soon as i get the money im going to be doing an orange black and white build was wondering if anyone has had any experience with these
I just put together a white/orange/black build for a friend using those fans too and the only problem I had with them was that they don't have a separate power line for the LEDs. So the LEDs are always on. Also because of the shared line, if you run the fans at low RPMs then the LEDs dim. That I found to be annoying.

Airflow wise they were great.
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I just put together a white/orange/black build for a friend using those fans too and the only problem I had with them was that they don't have a separate power line for the LEDs. So the LEDs are always on. Also because of the shared line, if you run the fans at low RPMs then the LEDs dim. That I found to be annoying.

Airflow wise they were great.
ok thanks you very much the dimming dont think will bother me since lighting isnt a big deal in my soon to be case (case labs)
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the nexus pushes almost 38 CFM and the XIGMATEK push 61 CFM
I hope you don't honestly believe the CFM specs.

I have SILENX IXP-76-18 which claims to push 90 CFM's and Scythe Gentle Typhoon AP-14's which claims to push 50 CFM's. Can you guess which one pushes air better in real world performance testing? and which was a better buy?

The specified CFM doesn't mean anything, the real world peformance is what matters. If you're worried about air being pushed so much you might as well get some Panaflos or Deltas and paint them orange with Krylon fusion.
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Slow and weak.
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I hope you don't honestly believe the CFM specs.

I have SILENX IXP-76-18 which claims to push 90 CFM's and Scythe Gentle Typhoon AP-14's which claims to push 50 CFM's. Can you guess which one pushes air better in real world performance testing? and which was a better buy?

The specified CFM doesn't mean anything, the real world peformance is what matters. If you're worried about air being pushed so much you might as well get some Panaflos or Deltas and paint them orange with Krylon fusion.
i dont want an airplane in my room

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Slow and weak.
have you used them? if so we got someone that says good airflow and someone that says they are worthless pretty much
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Take a look at the SILVERSTONE FM121 120mm Case Fan. It seems to be pretty good all around fan. (And comes with a Fan Controller)

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Take a look at the SILVERSTONE FM121 120mm Case Fan. It seems to be pretty good all around fan. (And comes with a Fan Controller)

im looking for an orange fan going to powder coat my mobo and HDD trays etc orange
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