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post #1691 of 6398
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Originally Posted by Epitope View Post
Yes it's the grill. Why would you want to swap them out? For the LEDs?

If you wanted to get really creative I'm sure you could cannibalize the frame or grill of the AP-181 and stick it on the FN181-BL. They appear to be virtually the same fan other than the grill and LEDs.
It's just that I plan on powder coating with a navy and white theme. Those black AP181 fans aren't gonna do my color scheme any justice.
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I want the TJ08-E. Does anyone have more info on this?
Ooooh yeah....me too! TJ08 Evo is a swweeet design. I wantz it nao!
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post #1693 of 6398
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yes, they do, but are they still they same (airflow etc.)?

the AP181 do have holes in the frame. it seems that you can put led's through this holes.
according to the silverstone website the BL only spins to 700 RPM. So no they do not have the same airflow.

http://www.silverstonetek.com/produc...81-BL&area=usa

Although truth be told I own a FT02 and I have the AP-181 fans on a fan controller. I keep them at 600-700 RPM because that is the threshold of silence. They are still very very quiet at full speed (1300 RPM) but they are dead silent at 700 RPM. The cooling is still superb.

So in all honesty you could just use the LED ones at full speed and you will probably be alright. The AP-181 fans have the benefit of directed airflow grills so I imagine you will take a slight cooling penalty for ditching them. Even with normal 180 mm fans I imagine you will still have awesome cooling.

The AP-181 fans are so awesome it's a shame to throw them away.
    
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post #1694 of 6398
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The AP-181 fans are so awesome it's a shame to throw them away.
It'd be nice if they made them in alternate colors. Maybe white at least. Say, anyone had any luck separating the fan blade and the casing? I could always paint them if need be.
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yes, they do, but are they still they same (airflow etc.)?

the AP181 do have holes in the frame. it seems that you can put led's through this holes.
they are the same exact fan, except the fan blades are clear and they have leds
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post #1696 of 6398
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It'd be nice if they made them in alternate colors. Maybe white at least. Say, anyone had any luck separating the fan blade and the casing? I could always paint them if need be.
remove the sticker on top, there is a rubber dust bocker and you take that out...then there is a little metal ring and orange rubber o-ring that you take out, then you can remove the fan...

Fairly simple, but that metal ring is a PITA to get off.
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Temporal setup.
Got my RV02-E BW mounted yesterday, now waiting for a cooling kit, and for carbon fiber vynil to cover the other PSU Side, and I'll be sleeving the entire psu. Also plan to cover the red band of ATI Radeon with carbon fiber vynil.


    
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anybody know any place where tj 11's may be in stock?

i have found this place, anyone know if it is trustworthy?
http://www.antarespro.com/4991026-it...47d289d334d317

i just have a difficult time believing that it is actually in stock.
anyone?
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anyone?
Here: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...ted_Stock.html
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Hello
Just wondering how you join this club and get your name in the members list ?

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