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Need new fans my sickleflow are not really meant for rads and the 2000rpm is EXTREMELY annoying. I tried a fan controller but it just makes the LED's flicker, so will be getting new ones.

I was thinking about gelid fans, since they have UV reactive blades, which would go with my UV tubing and the cathodes/leds I will buy, but every review I saw said that they were "decent", I'm going to be buying 8, which would be around $150 and that is too much for "decent".

Another option I'm thinking about are gentle typhoons. I want the really quiet ones, 1350rpm maybe or lower with a fan controller. 2x 480 60mm rads should be enough for a single cpu and gpu right? CPU is at 55c max and gpu is at 30c max so no problem with cooling, room isn't even cold.

And no I do not want noctua fans. Thanks biggrin.gif

Gentle typhoons are your best bet. They have a static pressure of 2.9mm/h2o. BGears 120mm fans have a rating of 3.0mm/h20, although I haven't seen many reviews on them. I'm personally buying a 140mm fan from them to see if the specs hold up.

That being said ... 2x 480 push/pull ... 16 AP15s will not be "cheap"
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Swiftech helix, similar to GT's but cheaper.
SP-120 fans with low noise adapter, Sanyo Denki san ace 1011 biggrin.gif, Gelid fans are good, but not THAT good.
Your rx rad will appreciate the extra pressure, so any of those would do. I favor 38mm fans, but they can be hard to mount.
Push pull is not really needed, with good pressure fans. It is with stuff like the Scythe Slipstreams, which are cheap and have high cfm at the cost of noise and pressure.
Push tends to work best on most fans whilst being quieter than pull scenarios.

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Edited by ivanlabrie - 1/31/13 at 3:28pm
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Swiftech helix, similar to GT's but cheaper.
SP-120 fans with low noise adapter, Sanyo Denki san ace 1011 biggrin.gif, Gelid fans are good, but not THAT good.
Your rx rad will appreciate the extra pressure, so any of those would do. I favor 38mm fans, but they can be hard to mount.
Push pull is not really needed, with good pressure fans. It is with stuff like the Scythe Slipstreams, which are cheap and have high cfm at the cost of noise and pressure.
Push tends to work best on most fans whilst being quieter than pull scenarios.

EDIT: guys, read this:

'You have been banned for the following reason:
Por discutir constantemente las opiniones de los demas.

Date the ban will be lifted: 03-02-2013, 06:00 PM'

(Banned for arguing over other peoples opinions constantly)

The San Ace fans are also $40 a piece. 16 of those ... ouch.

Also, lol tyrannic forum
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Yeah, ebay is your friend for cheap fans...I scored mine for 9usd (Nidec 38mm thick 5300rpm beasts)
San aces are regarded to be real quiet when undervolted and still have massive pressure. But most of the h1011 users switched over to GT AP-15's these days.
The GT fans have an excellent blade design that minimizes the noise of air moving, and have really quiet motors. Yet some people complain about an audible motor whine when doing lower rpm's cause of the non-existent airflow noise (which is prevalent amongst most fans)

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Sanyo-Denki-San-Ace-109R1212H1131-120mm-3pin-TAC-Sensor-102cfm-DC-12V-fan-/170911969313?pt=US_Computer_Case_Fans&hash=item27cb25b021
2600rpm, undervolt it and run it at 5v, profit.
GT AP-15's are 17usd or so, when in stock. :/
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Arctic-Cooling-ARCTIC-F12-PWM-CO-120mm-Case-Fan-w-PWM-/390444962717?pt=US_Computer_Case_Fans&hash=item5ae855539d
Those are VERY good, specially with lower speed (pwm and good bearing)
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Arctic-Cooling-Arctic-F12-120mm-Case-Fan-1350-RPM-/290777513408?pt=UK_Computing_Case_Fans&hash=item43b3b0bdc0
These are CHEAP, but the bearing is not as good as the one over it. I'd reccomend the Helix fans from sidewindercomputers (free shipping, 7usd each)
Edited by ivanlabrie - 1/31/13 at 3:44pm
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Well now that I've caught up on reading the thread again. I have managed to line up a buyer for my current CPU and motherboard who is open on timeframe. So I ask you guys, should I sell it soon and get an Ivy or do I wait for Haswell?biggrin.gif Bear in mind I'm going to be going back to South Africa to see family for the whole of March anyway so if I only really want to buy in April at the earliest. At the moment I'm leaning towards waiting for Haswell because I don't "need" a new CPU right now and my buyer doesn't need it right away either.
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There's two things to consider:
Performance increase of the next gen.
Price to pay for the next gen.

I don't think de-lidding should be on your mind here.
Money and wallet should be.
If haswell offers something considerably better, then by all means if you got the money buy into it.
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There's two things to consider:
Performance increase of the next gen.
Price to pay for the next gen.

I don't think de-lidding should be on your mind here.
Money and wallet should be.
If haswell offers something considerably better, then by all means if you got the money buy into it.

It's not so much a question of whether I need an upgrade at this point. It's more of a "is there any reason I shouldn't wait for Haswell and buy now instead" because I've already decided I'm going to buy a new CPU and motherboard. I try to never let the cost of something get in the way (within my financial means ofcourse) and instead look more to the journey of getting there. For example, I would rather buy a $5000 car and spend $15k to rebuild the car and tune it along the way than a $20k car straight up and do nothing to it. I think it's the same reason I and people on here build their own rigs or do case mods. It makes it special knowing you had a hand in making it into what it is at the end.
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Well now that I've caught up on reading the thread again. I have managed to line up a buyer for my current CPU and motherboard who is open on timeframe. So I ask you guys, should I sell it soon and get an Ivy or do I wait for Haswell?biggrin.gif Bear in mind I'm going to be going back to South Africa to see family for the whole of March anyway so if I only really want to buy in April at the earliest. At the moment I'm leaning towards waiting for Haswell because I don't "need" a new CPU right now and my buyer doesn't need it right away either.

I would get Haswell, performance increase and "hopefully" better clocking and "better" cooling from Ivy (I hope). I do the same thing when buying I get the absolute best I can within my means and never go back down. thumb.gif
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Well with a cpu, you need the right motherboard.
Anyway you look at it you'll have to spend money for new technology.
No one here or in the world can tell you RIGHT NOW how it performs or how it compares. Time will tell.
My guess is that it will perform better, but think realistically, do you need that new performance?

I overkilled it with my i7 purchase, knowing an i5 would do more than enough for me.
Cpu technology has reached a point that it is pointless unless something challenges it. What I mean is: if nothing realistically is going to use more than 4 cores, what's the point of having 12 cores?
Now don't get me wrong, I'm speaking for the general public (that's where I place myself), for servers etc, sure it's useful.
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