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What fans will be the best for the Black ice GTX360 I understand this radiator needs high speed fans ?
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Yep, dense fins = higher speed fans. I would suggest the ones I run on my Black Ice II 240, the Yate Loon HS fans.

You can find em over at performance-pcs.com
    
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Get some scythe gentle typhoons they will have the static pressure. More then the yates.

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What fans will be the best for the Black ice GTX360 I understand this radiator needs high speed fans ?
I use Ultra-Kaze's for my GTX360 and they work great. They have a lot of power and are relatively cheap.
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Get some scythe gentle typhoons they will have the static pressure. More then the yates.

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Which ones are you talkin about there's one that is 5400 RPM and very load
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Which ones are you talkin about there's one that is 5400 RPM and very load
1850 rpm ones are nice.

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1850 rpm ones are nice.

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What about the Scythe Kaze Jyuni 1900RPM Slip Stream their CFM is 110 yes they are load at 37 DBA

or the Scythe S-FLEX at 1900RPM ?
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What about the Scythe Kaze Jyuni 1900RPM Slip Stream their CFM is 110 yes they are load at 37 DBA

or the Scythe S-FLEX at 1900RPM ?
jyuni have bad static pressure. Gentle typhoons have more static pressure then the s flexes and are quieter

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Generally the higher RPM the higher pressure, if it doesn't list it on the box RPM is your next best bet.
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Generally the higher RPM the higher pressure, if it doesn't list it on the box RPM is your next best bet.
sometimes.
The scythe jyuni fans are a great example of faster isn't better.
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