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Those are great prices. I do envy the Germans for once biggrin.gif
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They were sold for 6,90€ a few years ago (the TY140 that is), it's a pretty cheap rifle bearing fan with a great blade design wink.gif
Edited by Elohim - 8/2/16 at 5:51am
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They were sold for 6,90€ a few years ago (the TY140 that is), it's a pretty cheap rifle bearing fan with a great blade design wink.gif
Well how else are they supposed to pay doyll for all the PR? tongue.gif
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Those are great prices. I do envy the Germans for once biggrin.gif
Yeah, without the 19% 'value added tax' the TY-147A Sq would be $10.75 and TY-143 Sq would be $13.49 US dollars.
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They were sold for 6,90€ a few years ago (the TY140 that is), it's a pretty cheap rifle bearing fan with a great blade design wink.gif
Yeah, do you know of any that had those 'pretty cheap rifle bearings' fail? The original ones I got when TY-140 first came out are still going strong. thumb.gif
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Well how else are they supposed to pay doyll for all the PR? tongue.gif
Pay? I'm supposed to get paid for saying Thermalright make good products? tongue.gif
But my guess it's not because of pricing, but lack of availability .. and the fact they do honest advertising instead of hyping up their products like most others .. end result is garbage sells while quality (Thermalright) products have to be marked down to promote sales. mad.gif
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in a irrelevant country called malaysia where pc hardware is high in prices with bonus of limited choices

thermalright is dead here, nobody bring this brand in anymore sad to say

but a group buy sounds like a good idea
You can try to look through Taobao, there's people selling Thermalright fans. Granted there's always the issue about whether they're the real deal or not...
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Yeah, do you know of any that had those 'pretty cheap rifle bearings' fail? The original ones I got when TY-140 first came out are still going strong. thumb.gif

I have around two dozens of them laying around in a box, didnt use them for extended periods of time though...Plenty of original HR02 owners were complaining about grinding noise at lower rpms btw.
Personally i'd be more interested in the FDB Version being sold...

Edit: again, i really like the fans, similarl to the GTs they are probably the best 140mm/120mm fans respectively, i just dont like either bearing too much.
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I have around two dozens of them laying around in a box, didnt use them for extended periods of time though...Plenty of original HR02 owners were complaining about grinding noise at lower rpms btw.
Personally i'd be more interested in the FDB Version being sold...

Edit: again, i really like the fans, similarl to the GTs they are probably the best 140mm/120mm fans respectively, i just dont like either bearing too much.
Just to be clear, I was referring to 'cheap rifle bearings' in TY-140 fans only. tongue.gif
My original HR-02 TY-140 got used in bottom of my Define R2 for years now .. built it in late in 2009 or early 2010 .. and it's still purring along.
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well, they are literally cheap to produce, (hence they could sell them at 6€ ) so everything over 10€ seems a bit overpriced to me, that's all I was saying smile.gif
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Ian't that true of all fans? I doubt any cost more than a couple euro to make. biggrin.gif
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You're paying for the R&D costs and so on, bla bla bla and stuff like that. And then we don't see them on OEMs.
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