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I have 3 "Thermalright TY-140" well actually one of them burned out, hehehe. I was using 2 of them on my NH-D14 since noctua fans suck performance wise, are ugly and overpriced. The cheap $10 thermalright's had more static pressure and moved more air and were quiet. I am now moving over to water and contemplating buying a Quad Rad, hence my interest in buying up GT's before they are all gone.
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Recently bought one AP-31 GT for replacing stock fan of an aftermarket air cooler heat sink, modded it by soldering 4th wire for PWM and Im quite happy with it. I set it spin in ~35% +/-5% (~2050) zone and see no need for faster than that.
Dont know what you need to cool down but concerning noise I consider AP-31 to be acceptable quiet as long it is under 40% in quiet room, x>~45% with sound background music and positioning case under table again I found it acceptable.
AI suite allows it to be spin all way down to 20% (1200) and DB is quite low but sound fells a bit high pitched/strange and Im not comfortable with it in 20%-25% zone :/ . When it hit 50% and more you do start to notice that jet engine near you.
51% why I would advice to get that AP-29 or higher is that factory made extra slot for possible DIY soldering 4th wire and making that fan PWM one for great CPU cooling is blessing and worth every penny if you wish to have great air cooling if not today then maybe later on.
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I just did a quick and dirty test.

 

The AP-29 runs at 900 rpm on 5v.

The AP-15 runs at 750 rpm on 5v.

 

Holding my hands in front of both, the AP-15 was pushing way more air.

 

I recommend you look in my sig and see how to convert AP-29's to PWM. Also: this review gives a detailed how-to on the AP-29.

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I just did a quick and dirty test.

The AP-29 runs at 900 rpm on 5v.
The AP-15 runs at 750 rpm on 5v.

Holding my hands in front of both, the AP-15 was pushing way more air.

I recommend you look in my sig and see how to convert AP-29's to PWM. Also: this review gives a detailed how-to on the AP-29.

I already read your wonderful thread, it's where I got the idea to mod the fan with PWM. I plan to run 12v with PWM.

Question Ehmue would I just be better off getting a 35mm San ace since they are going for $19.99 here.
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I just did a quick and dirty test.

The AP-29 runs at 900 rpm on 5v.
The AP-15 runs at 750 rpm on 5v.

Holding my hands in front of both, the AP-15 was pushing way more air.

I recommend you look in my sig and see how to convert AP-29's to PWM. Also: this review gives a detailed how-to on the AP-29.

I already read your wonderful thread, it's where I got the idea to mod the fan with PWM. I plan to run 12v with PWM.

Question Ehmue would I just be better off getting a 35mm San ace since they are going for $19.99 here.


San Aces make more noise -- 40 dBA for a 9G1212H1011 -- but they push a lot more air. For example, I measured my my 2150-rpm GT's pushing 106 and 107 cfm (rated 69 cfm). In the same test box, my 9G1212H101's pushed about 158 cfm (rated 99 cfm). I haven't measured the cfm of my AP-29 yet, but it is rated 83 cfm, so I would expect it might push 130 cfm at 3000 rpm.

 

The reason these fans push so much more than what they are rated is that they are industrial fans: their purchasers can test them, and they should match their specs, no matter what manufacturing variables there are. So they way over-perform their specs.

 

That said, the San Ace basically runs at speed, while the GT can be modulated with PWM if it is modded.

 

The AP-29 is rated for 5mm H2O static pressure (0.2 inch).

The San Ace 9G1212H101 is rated for 7.2mm H2O static pressure (0.283 inch). That might not mean much is your rads are not tight -- do not have high fpi.

 

You must make up your own mind.

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San Aces make more noise -- 40 dBA for a 9G1212H1011 -- but they push a lot more air. For example, I measured my my 2150-rpm GT's pushing 106 and 107 cfm (rated 69 cfm). In the same test box, my 9G1212H101's pushed about 158 cfm (rated 99 cfm). I haven't measured the cfm of my AP-29 yet, but it is rated 83 cfm, so I would expect it might push 130 cfm at 3000 rpm.

The reason these fans push so much more than what they are rated is that they are industrial fans: their purchasers can test them, and they should match their specs, no matter what manufacturing variables there are. So they way over-perform their specs.

That said, the San Ace basically runs at speed, while the GT can be modulated with PWM if it is modded.

The AP-29 is rated for 5mm H2O static pressure (0.2 inch).
The San Ace 9G1212H101 is rated for 7.2mm H2O static pressure (0.283 inch). That might not mean much is your rads are not tight -- do not have high fpi.

You must make up your own mind.

Ok one last question if you don't mind. They have the AP-14's on sale. I own a few on them and find them to be whisper quiet. What is the better option for performance/sound, keeping in mind I never had any intention of running the AP-29's over 1800 RPM. 4x AP-29's on a QUAD rad or 8x Push Pull AP-14's?
I tend to prefer thick RADS with medium FPI since most these days seems to be targeted towards medium performance fans.
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San Aces make more noise -- 40 dBA for a 9G1212H1011 -- but they push a lot more air. For example, I measured my my 2150-rpm GT's pushing 106 and 107 cfm (rated 69 cfm). In the same test box, my 9G1212H101's pushed about 158 cfm (rated 99 cfm). I haven't measured the cfm of my AP-29 yet, but it is rated 83 cfm, so I would expect it might push 130 cfm at 3000 rpm.

The reason these fans push so much more than what they are rated is that they are industrial fans: their purchasers can test them, and they should match their specs, no matter what manufacturing variables there are. So they way over-perform their specs.

That said, the San Ace basically runs at speed, while the GT can be modulated with PWM if it is modded.

The AP-29 is rated for 5mm H2O static pressure (0.2 inch).
The San Ace 9G1212H101 is rated for 7.2mm H2O static pressure (0.283 inch). That might not mean much is your rads are not tight -- do not have high fpi.

You must make up your own mind.

Ok one last question if you don't mind. They have the AP-14's on sale. I own a few on them and find them to be whisper quiet. What is the better option for performance/sound, keeping in mind I never had any intention of running the AP-29's over 1800 RPM. 4x AP-29's on a QUAD rad or 8x Push Pull AP-14's?
I tend to prefer thick RADS with medium FPI since most these days seems to be targeted towards medium performance fans.


EIGHT AP-14's? would they cost about the same as four AP-29's?

 

The advantage of quieter vs noisier fans is that two quiet fans are about as noisy as one quiet fan.

 

If I were outfitting rads, I would go with the AP-14's. YMMV.

 

And if you decided to do something different later, given that they are not being sold by Scythe any more yet are still excellent fans, you should be able to sell them at a good price. Hold onto all the boxes and all the additional pieces. Keep the screws in their bags if you don't need them. And keep the bags of screws and the wonderful Molex adapters in the boxes the fans come in, and close the boxes. You can keep your stored fans from damage that way. And not losing the accessories means you can sell them as "complete" packages.

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Sidewinder is out of stock and frozen CPU want's $19.99 USD. Plus I live in Canada so shipping, brokerage fee etc.. makes them uber UBER expensive. All the while I can get the AP-14 for $12.00 and the AP-29 for $15.00.
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Sidewinder is out of stock and frozen CPU want's $19.99 USD. Plus I live in Canada so shipping, brokerage fee etc.. makes them uber UBER expensive. All the while I can get the AP-14 for $12.00 and the AP-29 for $15.00.


Great sale -- on both fans.

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