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post #21 of 27
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iandh,How are those Nexus fans?
Well, they're worth the $13 I paid for each. They pretty much live up to the hype. Not massive airflow, but they never have been represented so. Very quiet and well behaved.

I've got a couple Yate Loons and one of the Everflows showing up tomorrow so I'll report back to the thread with a noise/airflow comparison of Nexus vs. Everflow vs. Yate Loon.
post #22 of 27
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Best for what? Raw air-flow?

That would be the Delta. It's brash, it's outstandingly loud, but nothing moves air better than it.
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/de12tfexhisp.html

Vantec tornado's are outstanding, chop-off-your-fingers-type fans, too, but the 120mm versions are almost impossible to find.
I have an 80mm and it literaly sounds like a Tornado inside the case! I don't use it anymore because my PC is now in my dining room!
post #23 of 27
id go for the FM121 if i didnt want LEDs
but i do, so i suggest Thermaltake Blue Eyes for good pressure/flow and Thermaltake Thunderblades for low-noise.
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I'd like LED's too
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I bought an extra TT 120mm fan for my TT case cause it was cheap.
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Yate Loon's are highly reccomended on here.
http://www.petrastechshop.com/12yalod1cafa1.html


I bought 4x 47CFMs from petra, 3 are on my Rad and they are QUIET.
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Well, they're worth the $13 I paid for each. They pretty much live up to the hype. Not massive airflow, but they never have been represented so. Very quiet and well behaved.

I've got a couple Yate Loons and one of the Everflows showing up tomorrow so I'll report back to the thread with a noise/airflow comparison of Nexus vs. Everflow vs. Yate Loon.
Just FYI.... Nexus Real Silent fans are Yate Loons. Yate Loon manufactors them for Nexus. The only difference is that the Real Silent YL run at 1350RPM while the Nexus run at 1000RPM. Oh, there's that $8-10 price difference and nicer box as well.
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