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Scythe SY1212SL12H 120mm Case Fan + rad performance?

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how good is the Scythe SY1212SL12H 120mm Case Fan for pushing air through a rad?
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Hi ,

HERE is something that can help thumb.gif
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thank you
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hey boys and girls .....fasten this Scythe 120mm x 120mm x 12mm case fan to the back of the cut out hole of your motherboard tray to add cooling to the back side of your CPU socket and it will help cool down your CPU just a little bit more , and very little bit counts !

I cut a 5 1/2 inch hole with a hole saw out of the motherboard tray on my old school Alienware case so I don't have to remove the motherboard any more to change CPU's and CPU coolers ........ and added this Scythe 2000 RPM fan and it is thin enough to still get the cover on with fan clearance ....they say it is 37db , but I can't hear mine running , cause I guess it so close to the motherboard that is sorta cancels out most of the noise , but this thin little puppy @ 2000 RPM pushes about 45 cfm of air flow right onto the back side of the CPU socket !

can't tell you how much difference it made , cause I did this on a new build without trying it 1st without the fan ....instead I just put it all together and turned it on ....and it works great !
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