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Originally Posted by rustypixel View Post

Looking to get suggestions for cooling fans for the rads I'll be using on this case. I'll have an Alphacool XT45 up top and a UT60 up front. I don't want to spend big bucks for Gentle Typhoons as the monitor will be next and I want to splurge on that. I was thinking of the Noiseblocker ELoop B12 P all around. Any other or better suggestions? Also, am I OK with 120s or should I go for 140s?

As always, thanks for the input.

I use 5 of the Phobya NB e-loops, and they work great, Though they're not optimized for high-pressure and are terrible for "pull" configurations.. but so long as you keep them as push fans, keep their ftonts clear, and use a rad with relatively low fin density they'll do everything you ask of them.
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I'll have a single Nvidia 780Ti. My CPU is an i5 4670k. I plan to moderately OC both. I plan an Alphacool XT45 up top and a UT60 towards the lower front. At the moment I have no plans for a fan controller but it's not something I'm ruling out as a future purchase. Basically I'd like the best airflow through the rads as I can get without too much noise. The color rings aren't in any color that suits me but I guess I can paint them and will take that route if the Corsairs turn out to be the fans for me.

Thanks for the replies. All is appreciated.

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Originally Posted by Jamaican Reaper View Post

The corsair's have high static pressure,they can get loud but just turn them down with a fan controller or use the voltage reducers they came with....Also another plus is the coloured ring they come with,which can add looks to your rig depending on color scheme....What size rads will you be using and what's you cou.gpu (will it be sli/xfire)....
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That's info I didn't have. Maybe I should give up on the NBs as I might want to change/alter my configuration and I don't want to be stuck with any given fan set up. I've had the order page open at Performace PC all day and just want to finalize an order.

Thanks for the replies.


EDIT:

Been poking around and found a couple of Scythe models. What are your thoughts on either the AP-30 or the AP-14 for rad cooling?

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12364/fan-810/Scythe_Gentle_Typhoon_120mm_x_25mm_Fan_-_4250_RPM_D1225C12B9AP-30.html


http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10210/fan-654/Scythe_Gentle_Typhoon_120mm_x_25mm_Fan_-_1450_RPM_D1225C12B4AP-14.html


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Originally Posted by Hobbsmeerkat View Post

I use 5 of the Phobya NB e-loops, and they work great, Though they're not optimized for high-pressure and are terrible for "pull" configurations.. but so long as you keep them as push fans, keep their ftonts clear, and use a rad with relatively low fin density they'll do everything you ask of them.

Edited by rustypixel - 4/24/14 at 10:33pm
post #3984 of 9619
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Originally Posted by rustypixel View Post

That's info I didn't have. Maybe I should give up on the NBs as I might want to change/alter my configuration and I don't want to be stuck with any given fan set up. I've had the order page open at Performace PC all day and just want to finalize an order.

Thanks for the replies.


EDIT:

Been poking around and found a couple of Scythe models. What are your thoughts on either the AP-30 or the AP-14 for rad cooling?

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12364/fan-810/Scythe_Gentle_Typhoon_120mm_x_25mm_Fan_-_4250_RPM_D1225C12B9AP-30.html


http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10210/fan-654/Scythe_Gentle_Typhoon_120mm_x_25mm_Fan_-_1450_RPM_D1225C12B4AP-14.html
Theyre generally revered as the best noise to performance fans around.

Ive also got 5 of the phobya nb eloops amd they work really well for me. I have a 360 xt45 up top and a 240 xt45 in front with both sets in push. They dont like pull but work well in push and are almost silent sub 800-900 rpm. I use a fan controller and they work well down to 4.5volts.

@mattchat do you have a link for the silverstone kit?
    
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Theyre generally revered as the best noise to performance fans around.

Ive also got 5 of the phobya nb eloops amd they work really well for me. I have a 360 xt45 up top and a 240 xt45 in front with both sets in push. They dont like pull but work well in push and are almost silent sub 800-900 rpm. I use a fan controller and they work well down to 4.5volts.

@mattchat do you have a link for the silverstone kit?

I used these, but screwed them in with the fan so they molded better to the case.
http://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=316&area=en
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i think so,I sure wish this case had come out a little bit sooner before I bought my 650D,thanks 43.gif
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Originally Posted by rustypixel View Post

That's info I didn't have. Maybe I should give up on the NBs as I might want to change/alter my configuration and I don't want to be stuck with any given fan set up. I've had the order page open at Performace PC all day and just want to finalize an order.

Thanks for the replies.


EDIT:

Been poking around and found a couple of Scythe models. What are your thoughts on either the AP-30 or the AP-14 for rad cooling?

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12364/fan-810/Scythe_Gentle_Typhoon_120mm_x_25mm_Fan_-_4250_RPM_D1225C12B9AP-30.html


http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10210/fan-654/Scythe_Gentle_Typhoon_120mm_x_25mm_Fan_-_1450_RPM_D1225C12B4AP-14.html

The AP's are air pressure fans and they do not have as much static pressure as the SP series. The SP series only comes in 120mm. What size fans do you need?
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The AP's are air pressure fans and they do not have as much static pressure as the SP series. The SP series only comes in 120mm. What size fans do you need?

what? gentle typhoons are static pressure fans. they are also the best price:performance that you can get if you can still find them.
you need to learn the difference between scythe and corsair. corsair fans are af and sp. the sp are best for rads but are horrendously loud. gentle typhoons are ap series fans. silverstone also uses the ap designation on their fans.
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Looking to do 120mm up top and 120 or 140 on the UT60 at the front. Push or pull for either as I don't have a preference. I'm looking to pull the trigger today on fans so the more info I get the better. I'd never thought I'd get hung up on something like fans.

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The AP's are air pressure fans and they do not have as much static pressure as the SP series. The SP series only comes in 120mm. What size fans do you need?
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if it were me, i would put yate loon 140s on the front between the case and front bezel. if you can still get ap-14, use those inside on the front. you are going with a 240 in the front correct?
ap-30 are good rad fans if you have a fan controller to undervolt them. they will be insanely loud beasts at 4250 rpm.

what rads are you planning and where?

*EDIT* - nevermind, i see you plan 2 rads. i would honestly go ap-14 on all rads unless you want eloops. i would use the yate 140mm on the front pushing in though.
Edited by pc-illiterate - 4/25/14 at 8:33am
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