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Those Gelid fans are pretty decent but Martin (of martin liquid labs fame) did some testing with the Gelids and found them to be very slightly inferior to the medium speed yate loons. Now they're basically the same (except the weird PWM behavior he had under 8V, which sounds like he used voltage control on it rather then PWM) except the Gelid fans are more than double the price. I'm a bargain hunter myself but if money isn't an object for you in the project then go for the Gelid fans! Just my 2cents.gif

Good luck man, I'm excited for your project because my next project is putting my 8350 under water! I'm excited to see your results, will you post them to this thread when it's all installed and OCed? I'd appreciate it! thumb.gif
 
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I really wouldn't ever use a sleeve bearing ever in my rigs ... not even my HTPC has a sleeve. Yeah. All the fans in it are either Hydro or 2-ball.
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