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Any chance on a test of the various 120mm server-grade fans? or is this guide going to stay strictly with retail fans?
    
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Any chance on a test of the various 120mm server-grade fans? or is this guide going to stay strictly with retail fans?

I don't know of any such fans on the retail market. If you can't buy them then I can't see how they would end up on my test bench.
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You can get them from Ebay, the likes of Nidec (who build the GT's) or Panaflos and Sanyo Denki, maybe Sunon and Delta too. rolleyes.gif
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You can get them from Ebay, the likes of Nidec (who build the GT's) or Panaflos and Sanyo Denki, maybe Sunon and Delta too. rolleyes.gif

$$$
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$$$

My bad...yeah, doubt Sanyo will send some for free.
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I was able to snag an embpapst 4412m from a place called PCHub.com.

it's a ridiculous looking fan with some gigantic blades on it. static pressure is through the roof at 8mm/H20
    
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Guys, I need some help with my 140mm testing rig. As you all know, I'm using a Xigmatek Prime heatsink. The heatsink comes with rubber grommets to mount the fans. Now, the grommets work fine with regular fans, but some case fans have both ends of the screw holes connected to each other and since the rubber grommets are short, I can't mount these fans properly.

Any of you folks now of a way to mount them? As in like special metal clips or extended grommets? anything will help.

This thread may help:


http://www.overclock.net/t/944527/adapting-gentle-typhoons-and-other-fans-for-the-d14-56k-warning/0_20

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Guys, I need some help with my 140mm testing rig. As you all know, I'm using a Xigmatek Prime heatsink. The heatsink comes with rubber grommets to mount the fans. Now, the grommets work fine with regular fans, but some case fans have both ends of the screw holes connected to each other and since the rubber grommets are short, I can't mount these fans properly.
Any of you folks now of a way to mount them? As in like special metal clips or extended grommets? anything will help.

*Replace the rubber grommets with longer rubber bits with cord locks to hold fan in place???

*Some small bungee cord/silcone rubber cord with some cord locs on ends? Slip cord through fan mounts and put cord locks on to hold it tight.

Edit: Here's link to rubber and silicone cord 1-30mm diameter in 0.5mm increments
http://www.polymax.co.uk/rubber-cords/silicone-cord/red-silicone-cord

Link to cord locks:
http://www.usalanyards.com/sample-order-cord-locks.aspx
Edited by doyll - 11/1/12 at 2:54am
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Thank you guys for the suggestions but I actually came up with something alot simpler. I used a piece of elastic band to secure the fans in place. Don't know why I didn't think of it sooner.
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Thank you guys for the suggestions but I actually came up with something alot simpler. I used a piece of elastic band to secure the fans in place. Don't know why I didn't think of it sooner.

Well, yeah, or you can do that... boring... tongue.gif Looking forward to some more results!
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