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Im serching for a 120mm Blue Led fan to replace my weak stock 40cfm fan my 3d Aurora case came with. I need at the minimum 75cfm

I have 2 rear sunon 108cfm exhaust fans for my rad and I think the 40cfm intake fan is hurting my sunons performance.

All I can find is these Xtream Turbine fans
http://www.microcenter.com/byos/byos...uct_id=0231583

they push 90cfm at 31db? somehow I can't believe that..
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Indeed, Thunderblades.

http://www.xoxide.com/thunderblade4.html

On sale as well, 78CFM 21dba. I have 2 running in my comp as of now, and they arnt loud at all.
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Yeah, those Thunderblades are nice fans, I have one and my 80mm is louder than it.........I really need to replace that 80mm with a quiter fan
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Indeed, Thunderblades.

http://www.xoxide.com/thunderblade4.html

On sale as well, 78CFM 21dba. I have 2 running in my comp as of now, and they arnt loud at all.
Not trying to hi-jack this thread but how loud are they Jori? I just bought 4 of these and a fan controller yesterday from xoxide. There price seem to be the lowest beside buypcdirect.com. Buypcdirect.com have them for sale at $3.95 Link
they also seem to have a simlar one for sale but for $10.45 Link. The spec seem to be the same or am I wrong? why one cost more than the other?
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Originally Posted by Jori
Indeed, Thunderblades.

http://www.xoxide.com/thunderblade4.html

On sale as well, 78CFM 21dba. I have 2 running in my comp as of now, and they arnt loud at all.

Nice, I like the cable sleeve and rpm signal wire but is it really only 21db at 2000rpm? thats more unbelevable than the Xtream Turbine fan.. And the second question is do you guys think 78cfm will be enough to not handycap the almost 108x2cfm suction from those sunons?

If it is realy that quite then the only thing I got against it is having to order vs. going down to the microcenter tomorrow and picken up that turbine one.

hmmm.. I'm not a very good decision maker
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