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I have had sickle flows and they aren't too loud and but they do make noise when mounted on the top of the case which was a deal breaker for me. I have like 6 just sitting in a closet now.

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The Sickle Flow's, at least according to this AnandTech article are complete junk on a radiator. We're talking 20c higher temps than then SP 120 fans when using the voltage reducer on an H80.

post #472 of 20723
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The Sickle Flow's, at least according to this AnandTech article are complete junk on a radiator. We're talking 20c higher temps than then SP 120 fans when using the voltage reducer on an H80.


At CeS Cooler Master showed their new line up for Radiator fans. I believe they were called Jet Flow's they looked very promising. I tried to look for them on the net but have not really heard anything about them outside of CeS.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1flJuAT0yjc

skip to about 6:10
They look pretty good i want the blue Led's
PWM Controlled
100Cfm@2200rpm
He mentions high air pressure but did not give numbers..
600-2200rpm
38-40DbA avarage use
160k hours MTBF
q2 2013 Release
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Almost 7 pm and the freakin' UPS man still hasn't been by. mad.gif
post #474 of 20723
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At CeS Cooler Master showed their new line up for Radiator fans. I believe they were called Jet Flow's they looked very promising. I tried to look for them on the net but have not really heard anything about them outside of CeS.

I just did a little more looking, my fault for going with the first article on google. Apparently the Sickle Flows do well on radiators in other tests, but they're a "get what you pay for" fan when it comes to longevity and bearing quality.
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I'm psyched production will be picking up.. I can't find out ANYWHERE..

About push/pull, will I need special screws or nay?

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I just did a little more looking, my fault for going with the first article on google. Apparently the Sickle Flows do well on radiators in other tests, but they're a "get what you pay for" fan when it comes to longevity and bearing quality.

Sickle FLow's and Jet Flow's 2 different fans Look at my updated post i did a little more digging!
    
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I'm psyched production will be picking up.. I can't find out ANYWHERE..

About push/pull, will I need special screws or nay?

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You can use the included screws for push-pull.
post #478 of 20723
Yeah, I immediately went and looked up the CES videos before you edited your post. I can't wait to see some objective testing of those new fans, not to mention the Eisberg coolers. But my last comment stands, that Anandtech article is misleading, other tests show the Sickle Flows performing decently on a radiator.
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Yeah, I immediately went and looked up the CES videos before you edited your post. I can't wait to see some objective testing of those new fans, not to mention the Eisberg coolers. But my last comment stands, that Anandtech article is misleading, other tests show the Sickle Flows performing decently on a radiator.

Yea I wouldl love to rock those Blue Led Fans with my Haf x h320 set up! As far as the eiseberg i was initially interested before i knew about Swiftech. H220 has shown to be a great product. On the other hand eiseberg was delayed for Na Release. It's only available in the EU and from what i read about it it had/has lots of pump noise issues.
    
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Yea I wouldl love to rock those Blue Led Fans with my Haf x h320 set up! As far as the eiseberg i was initially interested before i knew about Swiftech. H220 has shown to be a great product. On the other hand eiseberg was delayed for Na Release. It's only available in the EU and from what i read about it it had/has lots of pump noise issues.

Looking into getting a new case for the H220, but knowing that there's a 280mm version in the works I may hold off a bit. But it really seems like cases that work with 280mm rads, without mods, are few and far between. This is compounded by that fact that if like the H220, they are longer than most Rads of the same size, to make room for the reservoir, they'll be even harder to fit.
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