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Poll Results: Which fan should I go with?

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    4- XSPC Xinruillian 2000 (Black) for 20$ (Push-Pull Config)
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post #41 of 49
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Strongly considering the Yate Loons that bond32 linked. Anyone else comment on this exact model? Anyone ever disassembled them for paint?

No it's purely a hobby, but it occurred to me at some point I am going to have a TON of fans, do I really want to be spending $20+ on one when that same amount actually gets 2?? Plus, I'm an engineer for crying out loud, I can figure out how to control the speed of the fans...

The Yate Loon fans are used in a lot of power supplies. It's a really solid fan.
post #42 of 49
What about Arctic F12?
post #43 of 49
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Strongly considering the Yate Loons that bond32 linked. Anyone else comment on this exact model? Anyone ever disassembled them for paint?

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black sleeved is a definite plus over the yate loons mess

FWIW, if you get your Yates at PPCs they will sleeve them for you no charge.

For example, here's the one bond32 linked at Amazon that cost $8.44 there that you can get at PPCs for $6.95 and they will sleeve it any color you want and if you wanted it unsleeved they'll knock $3 off that price.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/yate-loon-dc-fan-series-120x120x20mm-high-speed-silent-case-fan-d12sh-12c-sleeved.html

Or, you could get the same Yate Loon fan with colored LEDs or the 38mm I linked there too, any of them sleeved for you. They have something 40 different Yates all for under $10 each.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=yate+loon

FWIW FCPU also will sleeve fans for you, but they tend to cost a bit more there.
Edited by Unicr0nhunter - 10/14/14 at 1:06am
post #44 of 49
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Originally Posted by Unicr0nhunter View Post


FWIW, if you get your Yates at PPCs they will sleeve them for you no charge.

For example, here's the one bond32 linked at Amazon that cost $8.44 there that you can get at PPCs for $6.95 and they will sleeve it any color you want and if you wanted it unsleeved they'll knock $3 off that price.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/yate-loon-dc-fan-series-120x120x20mm-high-speed-silent-case-fan-d12sh-12c-sleeved.html

Or, you could get the same Yate Loon fan with colored LEDs or the 38mm I linked there too, any of them sleeved for you. They have something 40 different Yates all for under $10 each.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=yate+loon

FWIW FCPU also will sleeve fans for you, but they tend to cost a bit more there.

You are my hero!
I'll be picking up some sleeved Yates a PPC's!
post #45 of 49
Just chiming in to say I think you are making a good choice with the Yates. I had six of the high speed model on my 480mm and 240mm radiators and liked them. They are a bit loud at full speed, but what 2000RPM fan isn't loud at full speed. I generally ran them around 1500RPM and they had a much nicer noise profile.
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post #46 of 49
Agreed... They are great fans for the price. Sure performance wise, they aren't quite to GT's, but they perform excellent for what you pay. I have only one of the high speeds right now but will probably get more soon running at 5 V, think it runs somewhere around 800-900 RPM which is silent.
post #47 of 49
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Got my yates today guys! Of course they came before i had to go to work! Damn fedex man coming too early and stuff. Gonna tear down my rig tonight before i throw em in.
New fans means complete rebuild haha
post #48 of 49
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Also i went with the led version. Bad move? I also found a thread claiming that different retailers have different performance ratios on the same yates models. Whats up with that?
Also i would hope that its not too off topic from this thread if i post pics of the rebuild
Also expect a new thread of me pulling apart my XSPC 750 pump if anyone is interested in that
post #49 of 49
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I say also too much...
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