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post #11 of 26
38mm fans, not 25mm.
Get the Scythe Ultra Kaze.
I think two of them would work well, don't know if it would fit though, since I don't know how big the HR-03 is.
I do know that two 120mm fans would = ~10inches, and the high end GPUs are 10.5inches.
    
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I bought one which is now for sale because I'm going SLI. I really like Noctua Fans
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I actually had the scythe fans, and they were much louder then the noctuas. the noctuas perform extremely solid, remeber, its $60 for the TRUE, plus a fan, is 70$, plus shipping and taxes, and i got a noctua heatsink and fan for 70$ shipped. and it overclocks AWESOME for how quiet it is, on par with the TRUE, making it quieter and cheaper for the price. that's why im replacing all my case fans with noctua's 120's, pricey, but the sound is amazing compared to the S-Flex's.

http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...a-nh-u12p.html

my review of the heatsink

I use to have the [sflex] SFF21F's fans, and they were a bit louder then 29 DB, but the noctua's cool pretty awesome, and they are MUCH quieter. ON full, its a few notches BELOW a whisper.
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Originally Posted by xHassassin View Post
38mm fans, not 25mm.
Get the Scythe Ultra Kaze.
I think two of them would work well, don't know if it would fit though, since I don't know how big the HR-03 is.
I do know that two 120mm fans would = ~10inches, and the high end GPUs are 10.5inches.
235g-295g is too much for a GPU to handle, on top of the HR-03. Also, high-pressure fans are not necessary for the HR-03, and don't fit in the Tuniq. Also, he needs silence.
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You just said you were doing a review for OCN and they tossed you some fans? Damn that company is nice. Took me nearly a week to convince 3M to get a 1-inch piece of thermal adhesive
It's not for OCN, and I definitely wouldn't advise using Overclock's name to get yourself review samples without prior permission from Admin...

I looked at the Ultra Kaze 1000rpm and it has similar specs, if not worse, to the S-Flex...what's going on?!
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It's not for OCN, and I definitely wouldn't advise using Overclock's name to get yourself review samples without prior permission from Admin...

I looked at the Ultra Kaze 1000rpm and it has similar specs, if not worse, to the S-Flex...what's going on?!
It was a free sample thing, not necessarily for a review

As for the Ultra Kaze 1000, it has much better static pressure, and don't forget that it is only 1000rpm, which is less that the lowest S-Flex (1200?)
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post #17 of 26
I don't know about the Ultra Kaze 1000 rpm but I have the Ultra Kaze 3000 rpm 130CFM fan on my TTBT. I have never seen above 50c on my 6750.
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It was a free sample thing, not necessarily for a review

As for the Ultra Kaze 1000, it has much better static pressure, and don't forget that it is only 1000rpm, which is less that the lowest S-Flex (1200?)
It wasn't aimed at you

S-Flex: 1200rpm Version / 49.0CFM / 20.1dBA / DC12V / 0.15A
Ultra Kaze: 1000rpm version / 44.44CFM / 19.81dBA / DC12V / 0.25A

Considering the Ultra Kaze is 13mm thicker, not great.

S-Flex: 1900rpm Version / 110.31CFM / 37.00dBA / DC12V / 0.53A
Ultra Kaze: 2000rpm Version / 87.63CFM / 32.91dBA / DC12V / 0.25A

A bit more impressive but still, the S-Flex gives a massive boost in CFM...
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It wasn't aimed at you

S-Flex: 1200rpm Version / 49.0CFM / 20.1dBA / DC12V / 0.15A
Ultra Kaze: 1000rpm version / 44.44CFM / 19.81dBA / DC12V / 0.25A

Considering the Ultra Kaze is 13mm thicker, not great.

S-Flex: 1900rpm Version / 110.31CFM / 37.00dBA / DC12V / 0.53A
Ultra Kaze: 2000rpm Version / 87.63CFM / 32.91dBA / DC12V / 0.25A

A bit more impressive but still, the S-Flex gives a massive boost in CFM...
Notice the difference in noise of the 2000-rpm even though it is 100rpm faster. also, it will still perform better on any heatsink.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by prosser13 View Post
I'm definitely doing the comparison - Noctua have offered me review samples and if Scythe don't I'll just buy a couple

However, they'll be 120mm ones and it won't be done for about another month which is probably too long for you
Cool beans. I just bought a 92mm Noctua for cheap from an OCN member, and I think I'll be getting the P12 and the HR-03 tomorrow or Thursday. I'll be able to post the difference between stock Tuniq and stock Evga 8800GTS G92 HSF after.

Edit: Whoa, lots of posts before I replied.
Edited by Sekigahara - 5/27/08 at 5:18pm
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