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post #1951 of 2323
What id like to see is the fan shrouds be a little deeper at both sides by 5mm..i think this could aid in better airflo being pulled into the fan and being pushed..
post #1952 of 2323
Dave, is it worth it to buy six GF 140 fans to populate my red themed rig in my sig?

This will cost $100 CAD. Yes, very limited selection here in Canada. I have two red Jetflo as my front intakes and I want a solid coloured fans all around.

Thanks.
post #1953 of 2323
GF140mm?
Care to tell what these are..i dd a dum google search..nothing came up
post #1954 of 2323
Use "GF140" not "GF140mm" in Google search. One of the recommended fans by Dave.

DEEPCOOL Gamer Storm GF 140 Red PWM Fan Hydro Bearing Rubber Coating De-vibration Deep Silent
post #1955 of 2323
About to take the jump and get the Silverstone FQ122, it's definitely better than the FW122. They have different bearings btw. Silverstone needs some love too!
post #1956 of 2323
@DaveLT I saw in this thread that you keep on recommending and supporting the CM jet flo's, but what about the oil leaking problem, is it solved?

Also these are pwms so how to run these from a fan controller as case fans?
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I've had a few arctic cooling fans from a case that I bought from another guy. They are quite quiet with blades that can take a beating. But boy, those blades can help a little more allignment. At their speed, they are vibrating wild. Same goes for those Lian li's.

I have 4 1200 RPM NB E-loops. They are quieter when compared to 1200 Cougar FDBs (that are already silent). But I'd pick the Cougars over them all day. E-loops push miniscule air in comparison and are notorious for scraping their blades off a rad or case when not properly alligned to avoid those end rings. Like those reports on them noisy when mounted horizontally on pull config.
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My F12s did not vibrate on me. What I heard was a whooshing sound from air getting pulled through the filters. I tested the air flow by taking a big heavy duty paper towel and folding it in half. It stuck solidly to the front of my case. These dead silence fans can just barely hold up one small paper towel. Two drop off.



I no longer have a full set of the F12s as I put some in another rig. I recently saw a chart that shows the Bitfinex fans being maybe a little bit better.
Fan manufacturing is like that. Even Sanyo is prone to misbalanced fans. The difference is those Sanyo fans are thrown out. In PC fans? Hardly any QA. Look at those leaky Noctua fans.
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@DaveLT I saw in this thread that you keep on recommending and supporting the CM jet flo's, but what about the oil leaking problem, is it solved?

Also these are pwms so how to run these from a fan controller as case fans?
I've never encountered oil leakage problems running it horizontally for more than 1 year now.

Just run them from a fan controller?
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Just run them from a fan controller?

yes since all major fan controller are 3pin and I have nzxt sentry2.
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Any 4pin fan can work via 3pin..& controllers..its same principle as 3pin..it uses the voltage lines for control/manipulation
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Any 4pin fan can work via 3pin..& controllers..its same principle as 3pin..it uses the voltage lines for control/manipulation

u can't insert a 4pin female pwm into an 3pin male plug coming from the controller, thats just not physically possible without modification.

I was not talking about the fundamental of the working phenomena, It's normal to work like that.
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