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my friend also told me that to stay away from those fans because the leds on his fans died within months..but they were on sale so i bought them anyways
the s flex would cost me a fortune so i have to save some on those really good fans
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post #11192 of 19729
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Originally Posted by Swoosh19 View Post
Got a fan controller and two new cm fans
will post pics after I installed them
I've had 4 of those fans for about a month, so far so good!
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After installation... controlling 5 fans now at full speed lowered the temps by 2c not bad...

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What kind of paint do you guys use for the mesh? I'm a total noob to any kind of really fun modding but looking at your rigs is making me want to experiment.
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post #11195 of 19729
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i have 3 of those for a few months with out any problems, you have them on a controller or something maybe causing problems?
nope the fans were just plugged directly into the motherboard, by die i mean the physical fan would make an incredibly irritating vibrating noise making them far too irritating to run.
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post #11196 of 19729
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nope the fans were just plugged directly into the motherboard, by die i mean the physical fan would make an incredibly irritating vibrating noise making them far too irritating to run.
could be the case or how there mounted
    
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post #11197 of 19729
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Got a fan controller and two new cm fans
will post pics after I installed them
I have one of those rubber mounted on my sidepanel. I hardly ever run it at full speed since it's pretty loud, but it still moves a lot of air even at about 50%.
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post #11198 of 19729
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my friend also told me that to stay away from those fans because the leds on his fans died within months..but they were on sale so i bought them anyways
the s flex would cost me a fortune so i have to save some on those really good fans
I'we had a couple on different rigs and yesterday I noticed that one of the leds died. I already have some replacement ones but just kinda annoying!

I though it was just my bad luck or putting too much tension on the cables...
post #11199 of 19729
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could be the case or how there mounted
nope i pulled them out of the case and ran them same vibration/annoying noise
it was something that developed over time too, one failed about a month into having them thought it was a fluke, second about 2 months into running, then 2 failed concurrently about 2.5 months in and the 5th was about 3 months in.
Edited by ComputerGeek485 - 3/30/10 at 11:39am
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post #11200 of 19729
mines been on 24/7 since i put it in and its still silent and all the leds are working still. and its been 4 or 5 months i think
    
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