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post #11 of 28
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Well what I'm thinking is if I buy a high performing fan that's a bit louder I could just run it on medium or even low if want it to be quiet and on high if I need maximum performance for over clocking etc.

What are your thoughts on this Luke and everyone? And which delta fans do you recommend for my h80 radiator that match my criteria in the OP?
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Well what I'm thinking is if I buy a high performing fan that's a bit louder I could just run it on medium or even low if want it to be quiet and on high if I need maximum performance for over clocking etc.

What are your thoughts on this Luke and everyone? And which delta fans do you recommend for my h80 radiator that match my criteria in the OP?

Just bought some of these from this website, (Yes, from China) and they're brilliant - PWM with a max of 4100 rpm.

http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Delta-fan-AFB1212SH-12V-0-80A-Cooling-Fan-Good-Quality/518335_754935819.html
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post #13 of 28
They will need to plug into motherboard PWM though - meaning they will increase RPM with CPU temperature - sorry if the suggestion was unhelpful, as they won't go into the Pump, but temp controlled speed may be better.

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post #14 of 28
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Wow those seem great!!!

Its too bad I can't plug them into my pump frown.gif

So http://www.vortez.net/articles_pages/120mm_and_140mm_fan_comparison,7.html

May be my best bet correct?
Edited by kingklick92 - 4/6/14 at 7:55pm
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Wow those seem great!!!

Its too bad I can't plug them into my pump frown.gif

So http://www.vortez.net/articles_pages/120mm_and_140mm_fan_comparison,7.html

May be my best bet correct?

Don't think so - you'd be connecting two I guess, so that's a 38 watt draw - way more than the average motherboard header can handle, as well as the 5w channel maximum on each fan port. I recommend trying PWM - use a $2 PWM splitter on your motherboard, you mig find you like it. Just my 2 pence!
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If not, Gentle Typhoons are, as mentioned, beastly.
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post #18 of 28
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But I'd be plugging them into my pump not my mobo so is that 38 watt draw not an issue?

Also does anyone know if the h80 pump supports 4 pin fans as well or only 3 pin ones??

Side note I can't thank you enough for your help and quick replies. I'm just making sure I make the right decision since I'm going to be paying for shipping and waiting for them to arrive etc. biggrin.gif
Edited by kingklick92 - 4/6/14 at 8:44pm
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But I'd be plugging them into my pump not my mobo so is that 38 watt draw not an issue?

Also does anyone know if the h80 pump supports 4 pin fans as well or only 3 pin ones??

Side note I can't thank you enough for your help and quick replies. I'm just making sure I make the right decision since I'm going to be paying for shipping and waiting for them to arrive etc. biggrin.gif

But what does your pump run off? smile.gif
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Haha point taken I see what you're saying smile.gif
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