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Actually, There is a difference in the Geild fans. Some are PWM some are not is the biggest one. I'm not positive but some of them also come apart very easy for cleaning, not sure if the cheap one's do that.
EDIT: it seems new egg has the price wrong, the ones linked should be the cheap one's and the PWM fans the $20 a pop....And I have to correct myself, They both have the magnetic thing.

the PWM ones are newer and have the LED embedded. they also have higher static pressure than the Gamer series. I didnt know the PWM ones can remove the blades but the Gamer ones can. I have the Gamer ones and several Scythe S-Flex fans. I'll be testing them on my MCR320-XP before deciding if I need to spend the extra on GTs.
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post #22 of 23
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the PWM ones are newer and have the LED embedded. they also have higher static pressure than the Gamer series. I didnt know the PWM ones can remove the blades but the Gamer ones can. I have the Gamer ones and several Scythe S-Flex fans. I'll be testing them on my MCR320-XP before deciding if I need to spend the extra on GTs.

Great info. I know that people tend to like the Geild fans. Thanks for clearing it up for us:)
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post #23 of 23
I just got some the Gentle Typhoon AP-13's and wow are they awesome. They are the quietist fans I have ever owned and that perform better then my old Cooler Master r4s. The other version AP-14, and AP-15 have faster RPM and more CFM if thats what you are looking for and from what I have read online they are just as silent and also can be controlled by a fan controller. I almost got the gelid but then I changed my mind and got these.

Here is a link to the AP-15 gentle typhoon.
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=24749
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