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post #11 of 17
you can also replace most $25 hyped up fans with a coolermaster sickle flow for aroound $7 ,lol
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coolermaster fans cant hold a candle to high quality fans. coolermaster in general cant hold a candle to high quality products lol
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coolermaster fans cant hold a candle to high quality fans. coolermaster in general cant hold a candle to high quality products lol

i see your sporting a 212+ in your rig.
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i took a look at the gelids, they look interesting for the price. what RPM do you recommend for running on rads?
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B-Gears B-Blaster 120's
9 fans = $82, $74 w/ promo code EMCNAJG226
Or, at TigerDirect it's $63 for 9 of them + some shipping.
Really good fans IMO for not being PWM.

Good choice, those are rebranded Yates.
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post #16 of 17
I'm running yates loon mediums in push/pull on my rasa and they are the quietest part of my rig. I can hear my windforce 670 fan at 40% better than the yates and they push a good amount of air. Have them wired to a fan controller, but haven't felt the need to under-volt and I'm a huge baby about noise... (sold my 670 FTW because the fan was way to loud for me w/ headphones on even and bought a windforce 670 if that frames the picture, and the FTW did 1337 core...)
post #17 of 17
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i see your sporting a 212+ in your rig.

like i said, in 'general'. even the hyper 212 isnt great, if i had access to something like a zalman performa or xigmatek gaia, id grab that instead
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