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Cheapest site to purchase Noctua NF-F12 fans?

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Hey guys,
currently I'm looking around the interwebs to find the cheapest most legitimate website to purchase some noctua NF-F12 focus flow fans for my computer's rads.
Anyone have good sources that offer the fans for less than the usualy $24.95 price?
Thanks,
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post #2 of 9
Best I could find was Buy.com which is 24.95 w/ free shipping. A few places have it for a buck or two less but shipping brings it to 30-ish.
    
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Slightly less at Amazon... $23.95 w/super saver shipping (orders over $25) link
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http://us.ncix.com/products/?sku=66920

$21.98
Free shipping for orders over $50 and under 200lbs

The best part is if you find a cheaper price than NCIX's, you can use NCIX's price match feature.
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Do you want performance or few noise?
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Originally Posted by PontiacGTX View Post

Do you want performance or few noise?

I'm set on noctua NF-F12 fans since they are basically silent and have good performance granted the noise they produce. I wouldn't be buying new fans if they were head loud or louder than conventional fans.
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post #7 of 9
try XSPC Xinruilian 2000 RPM

they make 35DBa vs 19.8DBa from NF P12

but XSPC have 3.00 mm-h2o vs 1.68 mm-h2o from NF P12

in this case more air pressure is better, XSPC Xinruilian 2000 RPM has more airflow(CFM) it only is better in case

but Xinruilian 2000 RPM COSTS 10$ VS 25$ biggrin.gif

http://www.amazon.com/XSPC-Xinruilian-120mm-2000-RPM/dp/B0076AI7X4

P.s: 6$ FOR EACH Xinruilian 2000 RPM
http://www.koolertek.com/computer-parts/pc/XSPC-Xinruilian-120mm-2000-RPM-Fan-184p2557.htm

here review

http://www.overclock.net/t/1217517/xspc-fan-review
Edited by PontiacGTX - 4/10/12 at 9:03am
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Originally Posted by PontiacGTX View Post

try XSPC Xinruilian 2000 RPM

they make 35DBa vs 19.8DBa from NF P12

but XSPC have 3.00 mm-h2o vs 1.68 mm-h2o from NF P12

in this case more air pressure is better, XSPC Xinruilian 2000 RPM has more airflow(CFM) it only is better in case

but Xinruilian 2000 RPM COSTS 10$ VS 25$ biggrin.gif

http://www.amazon.com/XSPC-Xinruilian-120mm-2000-RPM/dp/B0076AI7X4

P.s: 6$ FOR EACH Xinruilian 2000 RPM
http://www.koolertek.com/computer-parts/pc/XSPC-Xinruilian-120mm-2000-RPM-Fan-184p2557.htm

here review

http://www.overclock.net/t/1217517/xspc-fan-review

He's looking for NF-F12 fans, not NF-P12.

NF-F12 have a static pressure of 2.61 mmH2O @ 22.4dBA at 1,500rpm
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Originally Posted by Vowels View Post

He's looking for NF-F12 fans, not NF-P12.
NF-F12 have a static pressure of 2.61 mmH2O @ 22.4dBA at 1,500rpm

Thanks. The NF-F12 have similar static pressure with much less noise. As mentioned earlier I wouldn't be buying new fans if they were loud.
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