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Looks like what I need just a couple questions, do those come wired and what size scew do you use with them? (San aces)

I understand the Vardars are excellent for static pressure and low noise but wouldn't I benefit more from the best I could buy? I'm at the threshold of air cooling and water cooling but haven't made the leap yet. As I see it good fans will be an investment for setups to come, air or water.

If you have the money to spare, I'd say Sanyo's well known quality control/consistency is worth the extra $10.

... But that is somewhat offset by the longer shipping distance, assuming you order from Aliexpress.
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post #42 of 44
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Originally Posted by brucethemoose View Post

If you have the money to spare, I'd say Sanyo's well known quality control/consistency is worth the extra $10.

... But that is somewhat offset by the longer shipping distance, assuming you order from Aliexpress.

Going to go with them, was planning on ordering noctua 3k ppcs so these fans are spec'd to have similar performance with less noise. Would have spent ~150 regardless for 5 of them.

Thanks again!
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post #43 of 44
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San Ace and Delta might be best. Just be sure they will idle down and be quiet.

I use lots of Thermalright TY-14x series fans because they have outstanding performance and idle down nicely .. TY-147A is 300-1300rpm, TY-147 was 500-1300rpm, TY-143 is 550-2500rpm. They are as quiet if not quieter than Noctua fans, have slightly better performance and are lower priced.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1491876/ways-to-better-cooling-airflow-cooler-fan-data/20_20#post_23229617

Problem is they are round on 2 sides with 105mm (120mm fan) mounting holes. I solve this by cutting the round sides flat so fans are 141x141mm
http://www.overclock.net/t/1491876/ways-to-better-cooling-airflow-cooler-fan-data/20_20#post_23389814
and make 141x141mm square adapter plates with 136mm hole and both 105 nd 124.5mm mounting holes.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1491876/ways-to-better-cooling-airflow-cooler-fan-data/20_20#post_23207921
is Thermalright TY-14x better than Noctua A-14 in your opinion ? i thought noctua and be quiet silent wings 2 are the two best of the best ?
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is Thermalright TY-14x better than Noctua A-14 in your opinion ? i thought noctua and be quiet silent wings 2 are the two best of the best ?
I've used both and prefer the TY-14x fans. As links I supplied show; a little more airflow and a little less noise. But also as I said, not square.
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