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The effect works, you may have seen the YouTube video on it with a smoke machine. Its just that in a PC it doesn't really make much difference if any, I think it would actually reduce airflow but I don't have the tools to prove that.
the way my case is set up, is there are to intake fans on the side, and one of the front, and I normally run the one on the front faster than the two on the side so that it blows the air into the back of my case
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I have seen them on some sites starting at anywhere from $30.00 on up. Some retailers won't do that but there are those that will and gotta warn people about the possibility.

I see where you're coming from, thank you ^_^

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Aesthetically the Corsair Fans are some of the best looking out there, and with the ability to paint the colored rings they offer end uses a wide variety of color schemes to go with. The Quiet Edition PWM variants are quite good fans and are what I use on both of my water cooled rigs. While they may not be the best they are decently priced and perform well. In the end it is you choice all we can give is our preferences.
Yeah, they are VERY nice looking, but I think the Svythe GTs won me over
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I have seen them on some sites starting at anywhere from $30.00 on up. Some retailers won't do that but there are those that will and gotta warn people about the possibility.

I see where you're coming from, thank you ^_^

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Originally Posted by Stuntfly02 View Post

Aesthetically the Corsair Fans are some of the best looking out there, and with the ability to paint the colored rings they offer end uses a wide variety of color schemes to go with. The Quiet Edition PWM variants are quite good fans and are what I use on both of my water cooled rigs. While they may not be the best they are decently priced and perform well. In the end it is you choice all we can give is our preferences.
Yeah, they are VERY nice looking, but I think the Svythe GTs won me over

Go for it. They are good fans and get them while you can. I am sure the Grand flex series which is technically the replacement for the GTs are going to be good fans but I don't like the look of the blades. Buy like 30 of their stock so you never have to hunt for a good fan again and in case one of the ones you get dies early. cheers.gif
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