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I have sold those fans before .... just the ones mocked after the AF they are 3 pins! look here
http://www.overclock.net/t/1401745/sold-brand-new-unused-900d-fans-mock-of-corsair-af-series-and-more-need-gone/0_20


and corsair stated on there forums that they will be using long screws for these! so I mean I do not understand why it seems
you have a attitude ....

3 pins = not PWM
4 pins = PWM
post #12 of 18
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3 pins = not PWM
4 pins = PWM
mind noted.
post #13 of 18
4 pin, with a 2 way splitter to connect them to the block;
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post #14 of 18
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4 pin, with a 2 way splitter to connect them to the block;

yay! thanks for the confirmation. how do you like the stock fans? i am thinking about getting two sp120 pwm performance, i wonder if it's worth it or the stock fans are good enough. do they click, buzz or produce any weird noise specially when not running at full speed?
post #15 of 18
when running at full speed they buzz and are LOUD so I would get the corsair SP fans only due to the fact they are more quieter and look way better! but you will loose about 350RPM but I would still do it
-ROG
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They were not too bad but I didn't use them for long. I had them hooked up and controlled with Corsair Link but they always went to 100% for a few seconds while booting which is annoying loud. I think they did have a little buzz coming from them when turned down but I'm not 100% sure now.

I had already planned on using the sp120 performance fans with a fan controller anyway so they got put in soon after. They work pretty well but still too loud for me, even turned down. I'll most likely replace them with some ap-15's.
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post #17 of 18
Just so you know, mine had the long screws and 3-pin fans.

And if you really need the short screws, corsair sells them on their website for $10.
Edited by Crabdude - 7/19/13 at 3:40pm
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post #18 of 18
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Just so you know, mine had the long screws and 3-pin fans.

And if you really need the short screws, corsair sells them on their website for $10.

 

 

Hey guys,

 

My H80i came with 3 pin fans as well as the long screws. After pulling my H80i out a few times i stripped the threads on the rad because you have to mount the fan and the rad together when you mount it in the back of your case. The rad is made from an alloy/soft aluminium of some sort. After stripping them I was pretty peed off so I got some shorter coarse thread wood screws, made sure the wouldn't puncture the rad and screwed the fan permanently to the rad so when I take them off my case its a one piece unit fans and all.

 

Fiddling with the fan sliding around behind the rad trying to locate holes with the long screws was painful anyway, its much easier to mount now, 4 short, coarse thread fan screws in the back and it mounts like a dream!

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