Ok I did not think that I would need the extra radiator, it was only if I wanted it after I had made the computer. As I have found only a limited range of fans here in Australia for 2kish+ rpm fans I only found the cm sickleflow 2k rpm but I heard that CoolerMaster lies about dBA. The Koolance 4k rpm it is the only koolance fan I could find, I will not get it though. Silverstone 120mm Air Penetrator Fan AP121 they look ugly but I do not know how good they are. Scythe 120mm SlipStream 1900rpm Fan I think they are good as far as I am aware. Scythe 120mm Gentle Typhoon 1850RPM Fan which are the ap-15s. CoolerMaster 120mm Excalibur again about the dBA lies. CoolerMaster 120mm Turbine Master 1800rpm, again CM and very circular. Cougar CF-V12HB which I assume has the same bearing problem as the 140mm. Then the corsair fans, and noctua but the noctua's distinctive colours are painful to look at. I can also get from some other companies, but I don't know their quality like. Swiftech, xigmatech, thermalright, Nexus, GELID, Enermax, Antec, Arctic Cooling, and Bitfenix fans. That is from most of the websites on static ice.
But I can use www.thekoolroom.com
to find other products, but I have to pay more because they are a small niche supplier. Which allows me to get Yate Loons, Akasa, ALPENFOHN, Reeven, Phobya, BeQuiet, Aerocool, coolink and many others, too lazy to say all.
Still can not get those Koolance 2800rpm fans but I can get the 2600rpm ones ($15)
That is great news about lots of overclocking headroom
I will try to get some healthy overclocks that I can game at, but benchmarking may also take place at LAN events or just because I want to
I think I will get some of the cougars but only as case fans, so I do not have any hassle with my radiators. If I were to get the ap29s ($29) it would be from the niche seller that I just mentioned earlier, as they are the only people I know that stock them. I am interested in the Alpenfohn fans but I don't know what the sleeve bearing is.