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got my eyes on a few AFB0912HH, can anyone comment on the performance of those?
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Originally Posted by rogergamer View Post

got my eyes on a few AFB0912HH, can anyone comment on the performance of those?

You can do better, price per dollar assuming:

1.) Noise isn't a factor

2.) You have room for 38mm

3.) You're not looking to plug onto mobo

 

 

I literally happen to have 4 AFB0912HH right next to me on my desk lol.

They are there bc I decided against using them.

 

I think in terms of best bang for buck + pure raw performance (static pressure+CFM))= AFC0912DE

I wouldnt use them myself bc my rig sits less than 3 ft from my bed who-let-rip-smiley.png

post #2203 of 2323
The max size I can fit is 100mm, the case is probably gonna sit pretty close to my face and I’m hoping to run off my MB to minimize wiring...
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The max size I can fit is 100mm, the case is probably gonna sit pretty close to my face and I’m hoping to run off my MB to minimize wiring...
You probably already know this, but if you use PWM fans you can control them with PWM from motherboard and power them directly from PSU.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1491876/ways-to-better-cooling-airflow-cooler-fan-data/0_20#post_22689802
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yeah, like I said I wanna minimize cable management because space is pretty limited
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I see, still on the look out for some cheap PWM delta fans... preferably 90mm, no bigger than 120


You can do better.

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The max size I can fit is 100mm, the case is probably gonna sit pretty close to my face and I’m hoping to run off my MB to minimize wiring...

They are 92mm, I meant 38mm in thickness.

Actually, I DO have 1 of these in my work rig, and its been connected to my Asrock Z75 cpu PWM header for about a year, not a single problem yet.

So since its above a standard mobo's fan header rated amperage, do it at your own risk. But I can say it works perfectly and fully controllable via Speedfan.

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You can do better.
They are 92mm, I meant 38mm in thickness.
Actually, I DO have 1 of these in my work rig, and its been connected to my Asrock Z75 cpu PWM header for about a year, not a single problem yet.
So since its above a standard mobo's fan header rated amperage, do it at your own risk. But I can say it works perfectly and fully controllable via Speedfan.

whats the main difference between afb and afc fans?
post #2208 of 2323
found some FFC0912 fans that can push above 100CFM while being 92mm... probably gonna be super loud though

Edit:
4800 RPM
110 CFM
16.9 mmH2O
59 dB-A
92mm x 92mm x 38mm
PWM
0.8Amps@100% fan cycle (1.5A Max)

any experience with these? seems like quite a monster
Edited by rogergamer - 11/8/15 at 9:00pm
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Originally Posted by rogergamer View Post

found some FFC0912 fans that can push above 100CFM while being 92mm... probably gonna be super loud though

Edit:
4800 RPM
110 CFM
16.9 mmH2O
59 dB-A
92mm x 92mm x 38mm
PWM
0.8Amps@100% fan cycle (1.5A Max)

any experience with these? seems like quite a monster


Those are quite a bit more tolerable than the ones I linked, youll be fine with it. Much more mobo friendly too bc the amperage is significantly lower.

What are you using it for? Rear exhaust?

Just make sure you dont get the Senseflow version, bc you wont have control over it/wont have PWM, those versions are thermally controlled.

Get the top version of the 2 below-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Not:

 

 

 

And to answer your question about the Delta series, this is directly from their site:

post #2210 of 2323
awesome, thanks for the help! and I'm using them (most probably) for exhaust

btw, how do you know so much about these deltas?
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