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post #11 of 16
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The rx series do not need powerful fan you can use 1450rpm gentle typhoons(going for silence) on them and still get good temps. you could yate loons as well just going to be a louder set up . The RS series has less surface area that in turn you will need high speed fans.
So you're saying that an rs rad needs less static pressure than an rx? Are there less fpi on the rx series?

Edit: I never said he needed anything, I was simply giving him some suggestions. He hasnt been specific about what he needs/likes/wants.
Edited by UsedPaperclip - 7/25/11 at 5:13pm
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i think i am going to use 3 stock fans one antic tri cool because i have one all ready also they are allsome and then to of these http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...db674078fd9212

I am gooing to but the plane ones one the side and the led in the middle it think it will look cool but we will see
 
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post #13 of 16
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So you're saying that an rs rad needs less static pressure than an rx? Are there less fpi on the rx series?

Edit: I never said he needed anything, I was simply giving him some suggestions. He hasnt been specific about what he needs/likes/wants.
you gave misconstrued information stating you need high speed fans for the rx series rad which is not true

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post #14 of 16
Well no, I just said with higher static pressure for thicker rads is all, which to my knowledge is true and I never mentioned anything about RPMs. Maybe I'm wrong, thats just what I thought, either way the ap-15s arent a bad choice.
post #15 of 16
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i am going to use the stock fans for pull. Then all ready have a antic tri cool there allsome but for the other 2 push fans i am going to use this fan http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...db674078fd9212 i am going to put the to black ones on the sides then the blue one in the middle i think it will look cool
 
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post #16 of 16
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R4 fans are not the good cooler master tends to over rate there fans
haha, yeah, that is def true, I think on the package it said something like 90CFM..i'd say maybe more like 30-35, but I haven't done any tests on them. They are also louder than they advertise on the packaging. I just picked up 2 at MC one day to try out because they were $5. I'm going to be ordering some yates when I buy my 360 rad, enough for push/pull on the 240, and 360.
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